Issue: December 05, 2013
There are many things people identify with Reno. This week, our Reno
News & Review cover story by Brad Bynum takes a look at one of them--
the "showgirl," who seems to have mostly faded from the local scene.
On our green page, Sage Leehey provides an advance look at the Great
Basin Consortium next week, which will focus a lot of its attention
on wildfires. In news, we take a look at the obstacles-- most of
them election laws drawn up by Democrats and Republicans-- that face
In addition, Jessica Santina will review the fifth Buttcracker
ballet, Bob Grimm will do the same for the new Lance Armstrong
documentary The Armstrong Lie, and Ashley Hennefer takes a look at a
new Icons of Nevada show, in which artists portray that theme within
four square inches. And Bruce Van Dyke ponders the ever-remarkable
Jerry Brown and his ability to eliminate California's massive debt
and produce a surplus in less than four years.
Since it has turned wintry, you will have to be inside more. Spend
some of that time with us.