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NadaDada 2011 took over whole new venues in Reno.
By Amy Beck
This article was published on 06.23.11
Open meeting measures were a little-noticed part of the 2011 Nevada Legislature.
By Dennis Myers
Children flock to the Sparks downtown fountain.
A Sparks freeway exit ramp roundabout is planned.
County commissioners cope with recession.
Turning on a dime, Obama administration drops its wilderness policy.
Michael’s Deli has quite a following among downtown office workers.
And it’s not even summer yet.
By D. Brian Burghart
A sunburn recalls one of the best times of Bruce’s life.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Mark Amodei will win the election if other Republicans eschew campaigning.
By Sean Cary
Social media connects and empowers pro-democracy movement in Europe. Might it happen here?
By Deidre Pike
Visual art appreciation and divination share some common methods—both involve looking and interpreting.
By Brad Bynum
In tough economic times, bartering makes a comeback.
By Joseph Taglieber
“In brightest day, in blackest night … Beware my power, Green Lantern’s trite!”
By Bob Grimm
The new Miracle Drugs single is a rarity—a mature pop punk record. Miracle Drugs.
The best moments of Dave Medina’s new album are reminiscent of Abraxas-era Santana.
A quirky open mic at an pizza parlor in South Reno.
By Laura Davis
Castillo’s Restaurant is an out-of-the-way place that’s just awesome.
By Sharon Black
New projects seek to be the change.
By Kat Kerlin
New law to let Department of Wildlife do its job.
Work begins on Nevada’s first wind farm, but a lawsuit still looms.
Residents get up to $1,000 from the state to make their homes energy efficient.
The eco-minded social event is at Chapel Tavern on June 23.
Artown gets Rollin’, and we’re here to help.
Because, who doesn’t like the Beatles?
A contemporary dance set to the music of Nick Cave. piece is really a journey from darkness to light.”
Doc Severinsen on Latin music, Johnny Carson, and moving on.
By Jessica Santina
The Rollin’ on the River opening acts are designed to get you on your feet.
Garratt Wilkin and the Parrotheads pay tribute to Jimmy Buffett.
By Susan Winters
Perla Batalla mixes it up for Artown’s opening night.
“When you come out singing ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ … it’s like being shot out of a cannon.”
The Platt Brothers have made a career of roughhousing.
Just take it one day at a time.
Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Try Vegas U2.
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