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The Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno off-road race is barely a week away. Are you ready to rumble?
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 08.16.07
Critical Mass commemorates the hot nights of August by celebrating bicycles.
By Deidre Pike
After having to fight for her job after coming out as a lesbian, Sandy Bandy filed the first discrimination charge in Nevada based on sexual orientation.
By Kat Kerlin
Who’s lovin’ it?
By Gustavo Arellano
Students should work after school if they want to. It’s too bad some have to.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce Van Dyke takes issues with his editors.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Don’t let the statistics fool you; Nevada is good for business.
By Michael Lafferty
In the end, I couldn’t imagine polish on my toenails.
In the 15 years spanning Ray Valdez’s new exhibit, he became a felon, a free man, a teacher, a husband, a father and an artist.
Transcending a trip to the bottom of Walden’s pond, Reno’s award-winning weekly open-mic series opens its second act.
By Peter Thompson
Loathing and Loathing in Reno. A novel of bleakness and destitution, alcohol and junk food, set in the cheap, seedy underbelly of weekly motels and failed suicide attempts.
By Cheron Taylor
The Church of Scientology Mission of Sierra Nevada offers a method to improve minds and straighten out lives.
By D. Brian Burghart
Swedish sugar-pop so rich with sweetening, you’ll leave the performance with diabetes.
Seth Rogen just can’t lose. The new “It” comic stays on top of the world with yet another golden blockbuster full of belly laughs.
By Bob Grimm
Veteran musicians swear that what’s old can be made new again in the group Promises Promises.
By Chris Schipper
Jump off the Sushi Pier into an all-you-can-eat fish fest.
By Dave Kidder
Cooking your meat in fruit will create a party in your mouth.
By Ari LeVaux
Hang it up to reduce greenhouse gases.
First Elegant earth-friendly wares in Reno.
The energy bill that could.
Sierra conifers are dying twice as fast as two decades ago.
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