Issue: May 08, 2014
Is Reno the bar crawl capital? It's possible, and this week we have
a cover story by Jeri Chadwell exploring this aspect of the city.
In Green, Sage Leehey reports on the first 50 years of the Lahontan
Audubon Society. In news, we look at several Nevada laws that make it
illegal to be annoying, though the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 43 years
ago that the term annoy is too vague to be meaningful in law.
If you want to test wits with our film critic Bob Grimm, check out
his article on the most memorable movie moms. In our office, almost
everyone had additions to the list. Bob also reviews the second
second Spider-man movie.
Jessica Santini reviews an original play, Killarney Sabbatical by
Stacey Spain, which is having its premiere at the Goodluck Macbeth
Theatre Company. Laura Davis profiles Jelly Bread, a local funk rock
band. And Bruce Van Dyke returns to the topic of Donald Sterling.
Thank you for reading us,