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Seven teens sound off about videogames, the war in Iraq, the future of the world, Myspace vs. Facebook and the end of childhood.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 04.03.08
A Nevada author contributes to revival of the lost history of Jews in the West.
By Erik Stabile
Dean Heller says he isn’t skipping airport security because of special congressional privileges.
By Dennis Myers
Western Shoshone met with executives of Newmont Mining about the company’s use of a toxic substance.
Reno’s First Methodist Church will mark the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s death with three days of events.
Gov. Jim Gibbons promises to make the state’s finances “transparent” but obscures the date for when it will happen—if ever.
Courtney Thomas runs a one-person shoe shine stand.
The Mexican on Wisconsin, beer, red and brown, and April Fools.
By Gustavo Arellano
It’s the people who make real change in this country.
It’s nice to plant trees, but it’ll take a lot to overcome my gas emissions.
By D. Brian Burghart
Let’s hope George W. Bush protects us against the spend-crazy Democrats.
By Amanda Williams
The more I know, the more I realize how little I know.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
People who have changed the way we live.
By Bruce Van Dyke
It’s funny how rough and disjointed art like John Yoyogi Fortes’ could look friendly, but it does.
By Chad Sorg
Internet bloggers launch an effort to get the world to recognize that overweight people deserve equal treatment.
By Deanna Sheffield
Yucca Mountain meets Hiroshima in the doomsday novel Yucca Mountain Dirty Bomb.
By Cheron Taylor
The Sierra Bible Church combines good music, good speaking and good humor to make a fun Sunday service.
The satirical The Mikado marks 40 years of Nevada Opera.
By Wishelle Banks
Stop-Loss, despite its flaws, makes a bold, haunting and disturbing statement.
By Bob Grimm
Short review of the film 21.
Short review of the film Superhero Movie.
Short review of the film Run Fatboy Run.
Short review of the film Local Color.
Short review of the film Horton Hears a Who!.
The Blarney Band’s music incorporates the voice of an Irish tenor as well as the the drunk stumbling home from jail.
By Susan Winters
Couple who can’t agree on where to eat can agree on Saigon 88.
By Brad Bynum
Where fires have ravaged during the past decade, invasive cheatgrass is flourishing.
By Marnee Benson
Why are some folks “retiring” carbon credits?
Fallon is steaming.
Polar bear protection is literally overdue, though ice seals may have their day.
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