Issue: March 22, 2012
It’s that issue each year when we hear from area teens, this year
through poetry and a scolding over our eating habits. Farther back in
the paper there are interviews with two wrestlers whose upcoming Reno
match is supposedly a proxy fight over the immigration issue. Bruce
Van Dyke turns his attention to regional pronunciations, including
the familiar Nevawda vs. Nevadda debate. We have reviews of the play
Dead Man’s Cell Phone, the movie 21 Jump Street, the novel The
Flamer, and the restaurant Angelica’s Italian and Mexican, along with
a profile of the band Eviction. In news, we have a rundown of some of
the campaigns voters will endure this year, now that the period for
filing candidacies has closed.
You can read these things online, but remember there are features in
the print edition that do not appear on our website.
Thanks for reading our newspaper! If it weren’t for you, what we
learned from our teens would go to waste.
RN&R news editor