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It's that time of year again. RN&R brings you the annual winter guide.
By Jeri Chadwell-Singley
This article was published on 12.17.15
Ski boots from a talented bootfitter can improve comfort and performance.
By Melanie Peck
New to winter sports? Check out the Alpenglow Mountain Festival, Winter Edition.
By Tim Hauserman
Exceptional water clarity is one of many benefits to winter SCUBA diving.
By Steve Timko
Huge highway project sparks competing interests.
By Dennis Myers
Gazing out the window pays off.
Leading scientist says Paris talks focused on public relations.
Solar firm sues to obtain Sandoval legislative communications.
Tribal leader was linked with Nevada John Trudell 1946-2015.
The local metal band Idol Smasher recently released a new album and announced that all proceeds from the album would help a friend who was badly hurt in a car accident.
By Brad Bynum
And stop taking political advice from the Reno Gazette Journal.
Time for the kick that separates the winners from everyone else.
By D. Brian Burghart
She probes the nooks and crannies of city government.
By Sheila Leslie
More gun ownership and declining gun violence means—what?
By Brendan Trainor
Bruce has a remedy for world problems tension.
By Bruce Van Dyke
“Tertium Quid is this idea of pairing together two images that create a third unknown image or a third idea,” said Canadian artist Allyson Glenn.
By Josie Glassberg
Our movie guy re-watched all six Star Wars movies and lived to tell the tale.
By Bob Grimm
A whale movie hasn't been this stupid since Richard Harris pissed off a killer whale in Orca.
Listeners will likely exclaim to themselves, again and again during a Hate Recorder set, “What a great song!”
“The Japanese chicken nuggets and potstickers were crispy and tasty, though not as impressive as the octopus balls.”
By Todd South
Birders gather for 116th annual bird count.
By Kelsey Fitzgerald
Best in Snow: Welcome to the RN&R 2015 Winter Guide.
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