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These tales of mystery and imagination will thrill and inspire people with short attention spans.
By RN&R Readers
This article was published on 07.26.07
Gov. Jim Gibbons has given federal officials state water for use at Yucca Mountain drill sites.
By Dennis Myers
Another option in Iraq.
A historical item goes missing.
Salsa teacher William Flanders finds room to move with Mountain Salsa Dance.
By Kat Kerlin
Readers respond to the racist Valentine’s The Mexican received after the amnesty bill failed.
By Gustavo Arellano
OK, it’s no call to action, but sometimes it feels good to scream.
It’s not like I like to air my underwear in public, but …
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
The latest National Intelligence Estimate (see: hunch) is more of a wild educated guess made by wild uneducated fear tycoons.
By Bruce Van Dyke
If there’s one thing liberals know, it’s how to spend money.
By Michael Lafferty
In 1970, Hollywood’s idea of torture was getting a Nazi drunk.
By Deidre Pike
Reno artists preserve a moment’s creative madness in time-capsule form.
By Kris Vagner
Independent literary journal: Take two.
St. Albert the Great Catholic is an interesting Catholic church with great stained glass and a charming pastor.
Get in on the clean water act with these high-tech filters. Avenge Montezuma’s Revenge and enjoy the wonders of nature, right from the bottle.
By Matthew Craggs
In 1956, a 22-year-old Leonard Cohen published a book of poetry. He’s reissued it now.
By Tony Hall
You don’t have to be an archeologist to see the real ruins of Indian culture.
By Kirk Robertson
The intimate innocence of a man’s birthday party is ripped into a menacing and violent affair by the guests in this absurdist stage play. We think.
By Jessica Santina
What’s more fun than a little summer camp? John Travolta plus female fat suit plus dancing equals movie magic.
By Bob Grimm
Seven years later, Billy Corgan’s mammoth ego still rings true with the heaviest (no offense, Jimmy) Pumpkins record to date.
By Peter Thompson
Moody music for the hour before dawn.
The Mark Sexton Band takes the stage. The crowd heckles. And then the music begins.
By Sarah Cook
What exactly qualifies a tacqueria as “Super?” A good question to ponder when you pick up your order “to go.”
By Brad Bynum
Lame gardeners unite!
By Ari LeVaux
Windmill and solar power was a wiser—and cheaper— investment for a Washoe County family than installing a power line.
By Molly Hofmann
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