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Ahren Hertel is among the most popular visual artists in Nevada. Now, with his MFA thesis exhibit, he’s leaving behind the style that made his reputation.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 04.09.09
Gov. Jim Gibbons promotes an old tax program for the rich that didn’t work the first time.
By Dennis Myers
Wagner, Kirkland aren’t reappointed to gambling regulation and military posts.
Interior officials are being investigated for Bush-era activities.
The Marijuana Policy Project establishes a chapter in Nevada.
The Reno singer fled sexism in California for Reno music.
No, we’re not ready to say the administration is going the wrong direction, but the highway ahead looks pretty straight.
Changes are coming to your favorite alternative newsweekly.
By D. Brian Burghart
Taxpayers are becoming increasingly disgusted by Obama’s socialist agenda.
By Amanda Williams
The world seems like a random place when you’re drinking the Champagne of Cures.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce shares thoughts on hard times and other random things.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Reno Little Theater brings a classic of the suspense genre back to the stage.
By Mark Dunagan
This year’s crop of summer flicks promises to provide ample opportunities to shut down the brain.
By Bob Grimm
The lunchtime Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the Driars Club was a time for incredible honesty.
Vin Diesel mopes through another drag racing movie.
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Buster Blue has a new CD out, but it’s still all about their live show.
By Izzy LaBranch
Good food, courtside, at Center Court Grill.
By Grant Nejedlo
Local woman opens her yard to a school community garden in east Reno.
By Kat Kerlin
New plant hardiness map to reflect a warming climate.
Autism and vinyl flooring present an apparent link in study.
With passage of a new lands act, parts of the Black Rock Desert will receive increased protection.
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