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Social networking is ruining your summer vacation—just accept it already and go outside.
By Sara Faith Alterman
This article was published on 07.30.09
A photo posted on Facebook leads to allegations of art theft.
By D. Brian Burghart
After years of toying with the idea of running for governor, Cashell takes another look.
By Dennis Myers
Rasmussen will take much of the newspaper’s memory with her.
Many newspapers not worth saving, UNR professor says.
English teacher Elizabeth Leiknes recently published her debut novel, The Sinful Life of Lucy Burns.
By Brad Bynum
We have been fleeced long enough by the Sickness Industry.
By Jen Huntley
Electronic billboards are an unnecessary distraction.
The Holland Project is going to get all the profits from our first annual songwriting contest winners CD. Please, universal mind, let there be some profits.
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
Bruce explains how to move around electrically.
By Bruce Van Dyke
George Wingfield must be doing rotations in his grave.
By John Barrette
Great Basin Basketmakers weave an ancient art.
By Megan Berner
Movie reviewer extraordinaire Bob Grimm picks the best and the worst of 2009—so far.
By Bob Grimm
Tai chi ch’uan at the Mind, Body and Pilates studio emphasizes peace of mind and grace of body.
The billionth “demon child” movie still manages to shock.
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Don’t confuse singer, songwriter, actor John Doe with an anonymous dead guy.
“Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd, I ate no peanuts or crackerjacks, but I gorged myself on near everything else.”
By Grant Nejedlo
Slow Food Reno is underway and bigger than anyone expected.
By Kat Kerlin
America slowly starts to embrace what Europeans have known for a long time.
If the average person starts drinking urine anytime soon, blame the astronauts.
Microbreweries and an energy company are turning beer waste into ethanol.
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