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This holiday season, buy in Northern Nevada, but for your out-of-town friends, also consider gifts that are easier on the planet.
By Janet Kinosian
This article was published on 11.29.12
Nevada reconsiders a remnant of the past.
By Dennis Myers
Sparks holiday tree installed.
Protests speak for underpaid employees.
The Reno Gazette Journal raised the price of its ad-rich Thanksgiving Day edition.
Bonda Young talks about expanding the Great Basin Brewing Company.
Negotiate or go home.
A pox on the holiday season’s early deadlines!
By D. Brian Burghart
Inside the box and behind the screen, there’s a different world.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Local artists sell small works to fund a new community arts grant.
By Laura Davis
Dvchess is probably the first transgender witch-house rapper you’re likely to hear.
By Mark Dunagan
Introducing Bernardo Atxaga, a guy probably everyone but me has heard of.
Life of Pi is a great movie based on a supposedly unadaptable book.
By Bob Grimm
CandyShoppe balances contradictory emotions that work together in harmony, using a simple but effective technique: actual harmony.
By Brad Bynum
Fresh Creations Culinary School is almost like dining at a friend’s house—if the friend was a gourmet chef and lived in the cutest house ever.
By K.J. Sullivan
Scenic Nevada has taken their fight against digital billboards to the next level—the court.
By Ashley Hennefer
A new solar plant on the Moapa River Indian Reservation is the largest in the country.
A new report from the World Bank looks at the possibilities of a planet destroyed by global warming.
The Backcountry Film Festival is a benefit for the Snowlands Network.
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