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To lose weight and get healthy, I tried eating like our prehistoric ancestors.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 12.22.11
Amid union-bashing, county worker morale plunges.
By Dennis Myers
The UNR marching band does not practice in the gym in winter.
License photos tailored for facial recognition technology.
Bus service signage lags behind the times.
Former governor must disclose content of email messages.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Chanukah.
By D. Brian Burghart
Time magazine picked everyone to be person of the year because everyone’s pissed off.
By Casey O'Lear
Is Obama in control of his administration’s medical marijuana policy?
Where’s George Orwell when you need him?
The Iraq war grinds to a too-long-delayed close.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Traditional restaurants and the food trucks aren’t getting along. Let’s get the government to solve the problem by eliminating the food trucks!
By Sean Cary
German artist August Sander never forgot a face.
By Stephen Cummings
RN&R arts editor Brad Bynum recommends his favorite new albums of 2011.
Denis Johnson’s Train Dreams is a beautiful, epic novella.
Man, these horses are great actors.
By Bob Grimm
After an “unfortunate incident,” two local musicians were invited to join Screeching Weasel.
By Megan Berner
Josh Codding is like Thomas Edison in the kitchen.
By Dave Preston
Plans to move forward with monetizing the Main Station Farm are on hold after a community outcry.
By Ashley Hennefer
Two local organizations were awarded for their smoke-free environments.
UNR’s literature and environment program bids farewell to the sudden loss of alumnus Mike Colpo.
Recycle old phonebooks later this month.
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