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Online classified ad giant Craigslist is a great place to find used furniture, part-time jobs and illegal prostitutes.
By Daniel Riggs
This article was published on 10.02.08
Washoe County’s district attorney pushes a judgeship race into greater—and more polarizing—attention.
By Dennis Myers
Congress approved a credit cardholder’s “bill of rights” over the opposition of Nevada U.S. Rep. Dean Heller.
The Anasazi are portrayed in a painting sold on Ebay.
A local activist schedules a meeting for voters to go over their sample ballots together.
A new café opens on the site of an old café.
By Brad Bynum
Citizens must work to stop the proposed Wall Street bailout.
We win, we win. Here’s our awards from the annual Nevada Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.
By D. Brian Burghart
The market should determine whether Wall Street businesses stand or fall.
By Amanda Williams
I’m not voting against McCain. I’m voting for Obama. OK, and against McCain.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce Van Dyke looks at a variant on the breeder reactor.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Robert Cole Caples sought the essence of Nevada’s landscape.
By Kat Kerlin
If you’re looking to update your look, revamp your closet and save some cash, you might want to hit up one of the locally-owned clothing exchanges.
By Megan Berner
Somewhere, somehow, the people who rob old ladies and rape the weak will get what’s coming to them.
Spike Lee’s new joint fails to ignite.
By Bob Grimm
Short review of the film Choke.
Short review of the film Eagle Eye.
Short review of the film Lakeview Terrace.
Short review of the film The Lucky Ones.
Darin Talbot is “the Jimmy Buffett of Lake Tahoe.”
Great Basin Brewing Company is a good place to enjoy your last beer of the summer.
By Sharon Black
You cook for yourself. Why not for your baby?
Factory farms are bigger and regulated worse than ever, says Government Accountability Office.
Though Nevada opts out, the Western Climate Initiative moves ahead with sweeping plans for emissions reductions in the region.
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