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Members of Nevada’s board of regents learn to live with the erratic chancellor they appointed.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 08.30.07
Nevada’s presidential caucuses are suffering from the perception that they are insignificant.
Online liberals are trying to prevent delivery of the Petaeus Iraq testimony on Sept. 11.
A pit bull birth control program may be working.
By Molly Hofmann
Federal stores of toxic mercury from New Jersey are probably in Nevada now.
The Nevada Reads program hopes to get people back into real-world books.
By Peter Thompson
Elvira Arellano: No Rosa Parks, but Jesus!
By Gustavo Arellano
Labor Day isn’t just a good day to burn effigies.
Once again, I tried to stay away from Burning Man. I really did.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Crystal meth is a dangerous, disfiguring drug full of chemical evil.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Using bureaucracy to cure bureaucracy is like using lung cancer to cure skin cancer.
By Michael Lafferty
Unlike boring celebrity gossip tabs, the WWN seduces me with salacious tidbits of improbability like attack goldfish and armies with non-lethal weapons.
By Deidre Pike
For painter Danae Anderson, the end process of art-making justifies the means.
By Kris Vagner
Passing the toast with some of Reno’s service industry workers.
The Light of the Soul Christian Ministries is a welcoming group who won’t judge people for being themselves—as long as the selves have integrity.
Charge up your sex life with these gratifying gizmos.
By Matthew Craggs
Nevada Opera Artistic Director Michael Borowitz.
By Jessica Santina
The Nanny Diaries won’t leave viewers with sore knees from uncontrollable slapping, nor will it leave them with a hell of a lot else.
By Bob Grimm
Rockers alldivide crack open their sound and show what makes them ticked.
By Daniel Riggs
It’s sushi for the people at the no-attitude, come-as-you-are Sushi 7.
By Dave Kidder
Looking to work on those pectin-oral muscles? Work out with strawberries and rhubarb.
By Ari LeVaux
Eco-cleaners are not always as green as they appear.
By Kat Kerlin
Most of the West signed a pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Nevada didn’t.
The Bush administration wants to protect and expand mountaintop removal involved in coal-mining.
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