Issue: May 12, 2016
Nevada has long had a dubious reputation because of its "Delaware of the
West" policy of accepting corporations from across the nation and world,
and shielding them from taxes adn liability. The pitfalls of this policy
became more apparent with the release of the Panama papers and we take a
look at the problem in this week's Reno News & Review cover story.
Elsewhere in this issue, our new editor Brad Bynum will introduce
Corner/Store, a local band that he describes as "mixing up tempos and
textures to evoke a variety of emotions." Also in this issue is our
Family Guide, edited by special projects editor Jeri Chadwell-Singley,
which deals with the role of family pets. Bob Grimm looks at the latest
incarnation of Captain America, and in Green, Kelsey Fitzgerald descibes
the Northern Nevada Challenger Center, created for the young to make the
Challenger crew's legacy live on. In news, we examine the role Harry
Reid is apparently taking on in the Clinton/Trump race.
Thank you for reading us.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine’s Artist in Residence course description states that skills commonly used in art—“observation, analysis, empathy and self-reflection” are “essential for humane medical care.”
This article was published on 05.12.16