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This article was published on 01.31.13
Idle No More may have started in Canada, but it has become an international platform for Indigenous people to speak out.
By Tracie Douglas
Bring in the new.
12 steps in preparing to speak before a legislative committee.
Meeting on the controversial plan to rezone part of UNR farmland has been postponed til March.
Nick Petrelli has been cutting hair in Reno for over 30 years.
The Mexican takes on Spanglish, HD TV and the Spanish conquisition.
By Gustavo Arellano
Immigration reform: Could it really happen in our lifetimes?
Hey, let’s go for a drive.
By D. Brian Burghart
Best inauguration this year!
By Sheila Leslie
Harry really did it to America this time. Again.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Love him or despise him, our president has some ideas in store for Nevada.
By Chanelle Bessette
Chris Carnel chronicles the goofiness, the passion, and the camaraderie that mark snowboarders’ every minute.
By Kris Vagner
Do you want your last cup of coffee to be locally roasted? Or something instant and prepackaged?
By Marvin Gonzalez
If you’re going to do a gross sketch comedy, you had better do gross well.
By Bob Grimm
Cat Jelly has an energy that teeters close to chaos, but also an introspective honesty and integrity.
By Brad Bynum
There are many good Italian restaurants in Reno, and then there is La Famiglia.
By Dave Preston
The 2013 State of Agriculture study offers recommendations for a thriving state agriculture industry.
By Ashley Hennefer
President Obama’s mention of climate change in his inaugural speech was a step in the right direction, but it’s not enough to convince many environmentalists.
Nevada breaks into the top states for green buildings in 2012.
Learn about the impact a hypothetical ARkstorm would have on Lake Tahoe.
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