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It's man vs. alien on the shores of our Western lakes.
By William Albright
This article was published on 08.21.14
Should local police be outfitted for war?
By Dennis Myers
The downtown Sparks theatres get a new screen.
Right wing group attacks Reid.
Minor league players try for better pay.
Jonathan Bascom and Dreamers Coffee House celebrates two years at St. Lawrence Avenue and South Virginia Street.
By D. Brian Burghart
Ramsey Farley: June 16, 2005-August 13, 2014.
By Art Farley
Thank goodness my deductable is paid.
Ode to my daughter on her wedding day.
By Sheila Leslie
If you can read these words without moving your lips, you might be literate.
By Brendan Trainor
Bruce imagines the cleansing power of James Brown.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Rising Tide Productions, a new Reno theater troupe, launched with a challenging piece to mixed results.
By Jessica Santina
There's a slew of very different musical instrument stores in the Reno area. Here's a quick guide.
By Kent Irwin
Sylvester Stallone and his admittedly awesome band of old crows take some major missteps in The Expendables 3.
By Bob Grimm
Walk Away Alpha is a metal band that asks existential questions.
By Anna Hart
The food at Lucky Beaver is pretty good, although overpriced.
By Todd South
Schiller Sports, Inc. has a new model of water bike available for purchase.
By Sage Leehey
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