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A first marathon represents more than 26.2 miles. It represents a life.
By Rebecca A. Eckland
This article was published on 09.27.07
Harry Reid is spending some of his political capital in ways that could hurt him in the small counties.
By Dennis Myers
There is another way to get cold medicines.
Democratic committee calls U.S. Rep. Heller soft on drugs.
Here’s how much the war cost for one day.
Eve McNeil is one of four local leaders of La Leche League, a volunteer organization promoting breastfeeding.
By Peter Thompson
By Gustavo Arellano
Reno’s got a long history of treating the homeless as less than human.
Hey, we made some changes to the real world paper.
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Let’s plan for something radical. Radical and crazy. Radical, and crazy, and cold.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Remember when Republicans were conservatives who didn’t believe in the patriarchal government?
By Michael Lafferty
Guess it seems elitist to observe that democracy puts dice into the hands of dumb people.
By Deidre Pike
Mike Smith’s designs are hand-crafted totems to the wood they’re worked from.
By Wishelle Banks
7Seconds guitarist Bobby Adams is finally making the music he loves.
Lord of Mercy Lutheran Church is an old-school, charming house of worship with a small but friendly congregation.
Everything you always wanted to know about male circumcision but were scared shit-less to ask.
By Colin Dodds
Fashion! releases the inner Mr. Blackwell in all of us.
By Ann Medaille
If you are looking for a movie with no tact, no brains and no class, Good Luck Chuck is the answer.
By Bob Grimm
Reno gangster rapper Guilty One pleads “no contest” to hood status.
By Daniel Riggs
Archie’s Famous Grill’s new look says “identity crisis.” Is it a cool, sleek bar or a 1950s soda shop? Well … it’s both.
By Dave Kidder
Tour the homes and businesses of people who’ve committed to renewable energy.
By Kat Kerlin
Recycle your computer gadgets locally at NewToYou Computers. It’s for a couple good causes.
If nothing else, buy organic versions of these 12 fruits and veggies.
Cancer, be it in the breast or elsewhere, takes survival skills.
Sweat and tears raise money to fight breast cancer during the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
By Katie Palani
From innovations with shorter treatments to stronger methods of early detection, Dr. Jonathan Tay discusses breast cancer prevention and research.
Breast cancer survivor Linda Brant tells her story.
A breast cancer support group helps women get On with Life.
By Jessica Santina
The special lingerie at Bras Plus isn’t particularly sexy, but many of the store’s customers aren’t fussy about fashion—they’re just glad to be alive.
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