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With 3-D printing, the future will come in pieces.
By Ashley Hennefer
This article was published on 10.11.12
Ballot question 1 would let lawmakers call themselves into session.
By Bethany Deines
Small party candidates can’t get arrested on television and radio.
By Dennis Myers
Jehovah’s Witnesses preach creationism on campus.
Sen. John Lee says pullout from Nevada/California agency may be avoided.
Nevada Supreme Court upholds Nevada bounty on voter registrations.
A couple of military veterans are opening some frozen yogurt stores.
By D. Brian Burghart
The Mexican on the Aztecs and regional Mexican stereotypes.
By Gustavo Arellano
Sheila Leslie must be the choice for Senate.
It’s October. So write me a little story.
Bruce considers cultural revolutions and the state flower.
By Bruce Van Dyke
A good haunted house is like a multimedia art installation meant to elicit one emotion: fear.
By Brad Bynum
Prospectives ’12, the University of Nevada, Reno’s technological art festival, gets bigger as it demonstrates how the world keeps getting smaller.
By Kris Vagner
The best movie about writer’s block since Barton Fink.
By Bob Grimm
John Lydon, of Sex Pistols and PiL fame, weighs in on gambling, dishonesty and nice people.
You don’t have to travel 2,600 miles for an authentic slice of New York pizza.
By Dave Preston
Wild horse activists say that roundups are inhumane and unethical, but the Bureau of Land Management says that they’re only protecting the horses.
Student-led initiative Envirohaven invested its winnings into a new type of eco-house.
The Nevada Land Conservancy, now the Nevada Land Trust, protects another habitat for local wildlife.
National Radon Week aims to raise awareness about the elusive gas, radon.
Silver Peak Restaurant and Brewery hosts its “Brews with a View” hike on Oct. 13.
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