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The only thing worse than horrible is mediocre. Our movie review takes a wincing glance at the films of 2008.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 01.08.09
Who were the best, the worst and the cuddliest on screen this year?
The Bush and Gibbons administration have a plan to put ‘floral’ billboards on Nevada highways.
By Dennis Myers
Comic Howie Nave says the economy is being felt in comedy clubs.
Frost/Nixon has so far been kept away from smaller population markets.
The week’s worth of Nevada’s governor’s activities.
Count Guido Roberto Deiro was pilot, location scout, photographer and collaborator with the influential artist Michael Heizer.
By Brad Bynum
It’s the end of the year as we know it. And I feel fine.
By D. Brian Burghart
President and CEO of Food Bank of Northern Nevada Cherie Jamason responds to a letter writer.
By Cherie Jamason
The past year was filled with events that kept it interesting if nothing else.
By Amanda Williams
The world turned while we weren’t looking.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce looks at the U.S. car companies’ determination to implode.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Empire Improv makes it up as they go along.
Bob Grimm hustles the year’s best DVD packages for home viewing.
Mt. Rose Reformed Orthodox Presbyterian Church offers a traditional view of religion and service.
Clint Eastwood gets cranky. Get off his lawn.
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra is electing their next music director with an American Idol-style contest.
By Jessica Santina
Record Street Brewing Company resurrects a familiar location.
By Sharon Black
Out of 25 cities getting solar mapped, none were in sunny Nevada. Why?
By Kat Kerlin
U.S. recycling rates for containers are falling.
I spy an illegal logger.
A new study suggests a link between a common food additive and lung cancer.
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