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The RN&R highlights the hot new entertainment out this fall.
By Ashley Hennefer, Bob Grimm, Brad Bynum, and Casey O'Lear
This article was published on 09.20.12
A drive to register poor Nevadans spawns theories.
By Dennis Myers
School board candidates use campaign to educate voters on how to solve money issues.
By Bethany Deines
Reno/Carson bus commuters weren’t all that bewitched by the new leg of the freeway.
Documentary focuses on Nevada water wastage.
A third of Nevadans are among the 47 percent.
Residents use a lot of payday loans.
John Larsen’s chain, Port of Subs, is 40 years old.
This two-party system has got to go.
Religion is the religion of the masses.
By D. Brian Burghart
Bruce writes about his icky pal.
By Bruce Van Dyke
“I was really interested in referencing the holy mother and any female deity—or lack thereof,” says Dominique Palladino.
By Megan Berner
In this edition of our monthly Gadget column, we examine bras.
By Matthew Craggs
The Resident Evil franchise keeps getting sloppier.
By Bob Grimm
Finding Nemo 3D.
Nuke Vegas plays “radioactive rock,” a mix of metal and bluesy hard rock.
By Brad Bynum
The service was hit-and-miss, but Scampi has good food and great atmosphere.
By K.J. Sullivan
National Plug In Day aims to bring more electric cars to Reno’s streets.
By Ashley Hennefer
University of Nevada, Reno professor receives grant for biofuels research.
Washoe County students will have access to more fruits and vegetables through a program with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Man-made snow at Heavenly Mountain Resort will require less energy this year.
Bartley Ranch Regional Park is hosting a benefit to raise money for restoration.
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