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Somehow, months of dreck made the big turnaround to become a great year for movies.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 01.03.08
Let’s dispence with the formalities. Here are Grimm’s awards for the great, the bad and horrible.
Local media won’t cover media consolidation.
By Dennis Myers
Vintage Books sends out a mailing that looks a lot like a political leaflet.
John Ensign fans tout him, but are short on details.
Taiwan says Nevada is recruiting math teachers there.
Historian Mella Harmon studies Reno’s heyday as a divorce center.
The Mexican on dog culture and family style.
By Gustavo Arellano
Oh, c’mon, it’s just a harmless celebration of the New Year.
Isn’t it great how computers make our lives so easy?
By D. Brian Burghart
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
When in hell, might as well drive like it …
By Bruce Van Dyke
The world has asked, “What exactly is the difference between a conservative and a liberal?”
By Michael Lafferty
There are so many things to do. It’s time to concentrate on living life.
By Deidre Pike
Every painting is a step forward down a malleable path for “Metal Jeff” Rogers.
By Wishelle Banks
They worship the gods the old fashioned way at Sacred Earthwalk Spirit Lodge.
Iconic, generation-defining rock musical Hair prepares to celebrate its 40th anniversary on stage.
Sometimes a movie can be “scary” just for the fact that it ever got made.
NYC transplants play balls-out rock and roll. Literally.
By Ben Garrido
By Dave Kidder
Green investing: Put your money where your tree-hugging mouth is.
By Marnee Benson
Beets find a new use: deicer.
By Kat Kerlin
Some organic juices have more antioxidants than their conventional counterparts.
Divorce is bad for the environment.
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