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Nevada congressmember support a measure to help patients get medical marijuana but it still fails to pass.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 09.13.07
A Reno man who rebuilt his life after being paralyzed as a teen has died.
There are two new calls for Jim Rogers to resign.
Local Pagan Nancy Davidson talks about her religion and the upcoming Pagan Pride Day.
By Kat Kerlin
Golden sombrero, ay papi!
By Gustavo Arellano
Did we really learn anything after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001?
The marketplace of ideas can only work if we actually think about the ideas offered.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Neither wind nor dust nor felony arson can take away from the spirit of Burning Man.
By Bruce Van Dyke
I’d better never look down and see Larry Craig peeing next to me.
By Michael Lafferty
Truth is the goal for all journalists, the managing editor of the Wall Street Journal tells UNR’s media makers.
By Deidre Pike
Tom Shearer’s metal sculptures help mold his life.
By Molly Hofmann
Fall photo classes for folks of every shutter speed.
By Kris Vagner
Trinity Episcopal Church is a beautiful church with a traditional yet modern service.
Director Sandra Brunell’s adaptation of Edward Albee’s classic The Zoo Story flirts with brilliance.
By Wishelle Banks
Director Michael Davis’ Shoot ’Em Up takes the action genre to new highs, new lows.
By Bob Grimm
Brother Dan Palmer’s music is a universal soundtrack for the struggle between love, life and letting go.
Sweets handmade chocolates are a necessary luxury for the sweetest sweet tooth.
By Dave Kidder
The King of Hearts called for the tortes and beat the Knave full sore.
By Ari LeVaux
A little wheat, a touch of cork and some recycled glass may be part of an eco-kitchen.
A virus may be the culprit in the mysterious deaths of honeybees.
The world’s first sustainable tuna fishery gives a sliver of hope for the struggling stocks.
A big solar thermal power plant may be in the works in the Mojave Desert near the Nevada border.
Fall is a time to turn inward—welcome to the great indoors.
Where to go for a hot beverage on a chilly autumn day? Follow me, dear friends.
By Brad Bynum
From the bottom up, five fall fashion trends.
By Grant Whitney Harvey
Psychos, survival, spirit and love gone bad—it must be fall.
Prove all those “death of reading” naysayers wrong, and curl up with one of these five book picks.
By Cheron Taylor
Check out these art-related addresses to get your fall eyeball on.
By Peter Thompson
Five musically-inclined Renoites answer: “What do you consider Fall music?”
Trivia night: Where else is obscure knowledge rewarded with beer?
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