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Inventing a solution without a problem helps hysteria peddlers raise money.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 10.25.12
A look at the 2012 county ballot measures.
By Bethany Deines
There are religious vibes headed Nevada’s way.
Renoites get an early start on the election.
By D. Brian Burghart
Employers provided with list of candidates to put in their workers’ pay envelopes.
‘Chilling’ movie looks at media portrayals of women.
Candidate uses run-on sentence and comma splice to fault education.
Teacher hiring and private sector growth reduces joblessness.
Samuel Koepnick picks and chooses from the issues menu.
How will things change if you don’t help the reformers?
Information for Washoe County voters.
Bruce has recommendations for how Obama should sell Obama.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Nevada Repertory Company presents the story of a man who sells his soul for magical power.
By Jessica Santina
Local musicians come together for Nowhere Nevada, a film written, produced and about Northern Nevada.
By Megan Berner
The Paranormal Activity movies have become as boring and predictable as the Saw franchise.
By Bob Grimm
Eric Andersen is an agreeable throwback to the softly rockin’, piano-led sounds of ’70s singer-songwriters. YeahNo is half a good rock band.
By Brad Bynum
Helmet, a band at a weird cross-road of metal and post-punk, had a series of hits in the ’90s heyday of alternative rock.
SoDo uses local ingredients for a globe-trotting menu.
By Dave Preston
The EnergyFit Nevada program helps homeowners assess and retrofit their homes.
By Ashley Hennefer
The Great Nevada ShakeOut prepared Nevadans for earthquakes.
Progress on the Keystone XL pipeline was put on hold due to safety issues, to no one’s surprise.
This year’s Edible Pedal 100 event was a hit, but we missed some information in our coverage.
Garden throughout the fall and winter by building a hoop house with the Western Nevada College Specialty Crop Institute.
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