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Kris Pittman likes sports, action movies and working out. He spent seven years in the Air Force … and was born a female.
By Brad Bynum
This article was published on 09.27.12
Whether Sparks project is really working goes unexamined.
By Dennis Myers
Candidates lower court seat.
By Bethany Deines
Police officers took a break from patrolling Street Vibrations.
A Filipino group mysteriously appears.
How to track his changing stance.
Taxes are overdue on the land under the Reno Aces.
They get an easement.
Sarah Fierro helps parents make some money and find good deals.
By Ashley Hennefer
Let’s make it a clean fight. A fight, but a clean one.
Congratulations to us, we won!
By D. Brian Burghart
Bruce looks at the latest way to avoid society.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Is making clay look like other materials a game among contemporary ceramicists?
By Kris Vagner
Nevada’s national park does more than just draw tourists.
The Master features two of the year’s best performances, but it’s not one of the year’s best films.
By Bob Grimm
End of Watch.
Resident Evil: Retribution.
Spitting Image could have come from no place other than Reno. Tim Tucker Band combines appealing, simplistic songwriting with slick adult contemporary production.
Nevada Opera bites into the story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
By Mark Dunagan
Salette’s in Minden is primo Italiano, and with the new freeway open, it’s an easy 55 minutes from Reno.
By Dave Preston
The Desert Research Institute’s Renewable Energy Experimental Facility is ready to be studied.
Local freeway beautification project closes its doors.
Bag bans are popping up around the country, but not without opposition.
Urban Roots Garden Classroom kicks off the fall with a harvest festival.
Local women find support in athletic groups.
By Tim Hauserman
New female sexuality project FemSex helps revitalize gender and sex discussions at the University of Nevada, Reno.
By Caitlin Thomas
Activist Alison Gaulden talks about how policy on women’s health affects everybody.
Reno’s Red Tent helps women become comfortable with their bodies’ natural function.
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