Issue: April 23, 2015
It seems the gang at Reno Bike Project is going from the road to the
airwaves. As arts editor Brad Bynum reports in this week's paper, the
busy nonprofit's latest aim is to launch an ad-free, grassroots radio
station that would bring in diverse local music and perhaps even give
UNR students an FM presence. More power to 'em.
Meanwhile, news editor Dennis Myers keeps us in the loop about
controversial Washoe Assemblymember Ira Hansen, who's behind a new
abortion bill; food reviewer Todd South gets us hankering for mobile
meals; and doctor Holly Ashley gives us a piece of her mind in 15
Minutes. And if you've always wanted to know about mustang birth control
but were afraid to ask, well, I've covered it in our Green section. Neigh.
Thanks for reading, and as always, be sure to pick up a newsprint copy
of the paper for exclusive columns, cartoons and ripe origami potential.
If not for you, we'd have to fold.
RN&R Special Projects Editor