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Eelke Folmer is a UNR professor that’s bringing video games to a whole new crowd.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 06.05.08
Gov. Gibbons and Chancellor Rogers face off over higher education.
By Dennis Myers
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid has been sitting on a federal press shield law for eight months without permitting a vote.
Environmental group calls nation’s wildlife refuges badly underfunded. Refuges for crime?
Reno City Council delays Winnemucca Ranch zoning vote.
Interview with Nevada historic preservation director Ron James.
The Mexican on blacks and racism.
By Gustavo Arellano
Opponents of an initiative petition went too far.
The homeless population seems to be changing in Reno.
By D. Brian Burghart
Is it too late to fix the error voters made with term limits?
By Amanda Williams
Hard to say what happens in a voter’s mind on Election Day.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce offers summer barbeque grilling tips.
By Bruce Van Dyke
www.arts-initiative.org Artist Anthony Alston is the olfactory Orpheus.
By Cheron Taylor
Bernie Beauchamp, champion puppeteer extraordinaire, has a box full of friends.
As spring fades into summer, Saint John’s Presbyterian Church encourages members to trust in their faith.
By Scott D.F. Reeves
Keyboards _ aren’t we all using one right now?
By Matthew Craggs
Though he confesses to secretly liking the TV show, Bob Grimm was still irritated by the Sex and the City movie.
By Bob Grimm
Short review of the film The Strangers.
Rapper Trever Crow cites fear as his primary motivation.
By Daniel Riggs
The Best of Tahoe Chefs dinner raise $50,000 for cancer research and treatment.
By Dave Kidder
Some of Earth’s oldest species are at risk.
By Marnee Benson
Make it an eco-stimulus package.
By Kat Kerlin
Local 9-year-old opens a “library” to save manatees.
Two new reports on climate change continue to make us want to cry.
Been workin’ for the Man every night and day? Come down to Rollin’ on the River!
Rollin’ on the River concert schedule.
Knox Paisley is playing their grandparents’ rock ‘n’ roll—that would be Clapton, not Bill Haley.
With the Max Volume Band, the voice on the radio takes center stage.
By Brent Busboom
Borrow a cup of sugar from some Bad Neighbors.
By Ben Garrido
Wayward, but with direction.
Fireline gets ready for one hot summer.
By Susan Winters
With a mazurka of style and energy, Red Elvises explode into an instant party.
By Peter Thompson
Jen Chapin, daughter of Harry, brings her sweet, jazzy, urban folk to Reno.
By Jessica Santina
Kate Cotter, voted Reno’s “Best Local Musician”, opens for Jen Chapin with her ethereal, introspective music.
Mother Jones pumps out the jam.
The Mark Sexton Band may be the hardest working band with a laid-back sound in Reno.
Whether it’s the blues, folk or rock, harmonica player Norton Buffalo can’t be placed in a box.
Blues siren Michele Lundeen returns to Reno with her band, Blues Streak.
Mark Hummel & The Blues Survivors find solace in the blues and expression through the harmonica.
Terrapin Road and Terrapin Road are the toast of so-called happy, uplifting “Prozac blues.”
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