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A new book tells the tale of gay Nevada.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 02.16.17
Legislators revisit forgotten teaching requirements.
Casale family matriarch turns 90.
The energy nominee still needs senate confirmation.
The voter fraud folks won’t give up.
Dennis McBride’s new book tells some of the history of gay Nevadans.
Officialdom should start shedding its discomfort with gay issues.
Many of the terms used to classify, separate and distinguish people began life as pejoratives, as insults to be flung.
By Brad Bynum
it includes school choice.
By Sheila Leslie
Possible problems needed fixing?
By Brendan Trainor
Admitting it is the first step.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Everyone has a story. Brüka Theatre tells 99 of them in super-short plays.
By Jessica Santina
RN&R’s movie critic Bob Grimm predicts the Oscar winners.
By Bob Grimm
The Lego Batman Movie is loaded with funny nods to the entire history of Batman, and fully functions as a standalone Bat story.
Erika Paul has always known she would be a jazz musician.
By Matt Bieker
There are a million drinking stories in the Biggest Little City, and it seems like a lot of them include the phrase “we ended up at the Alibi.”
By Marc Tiar
Paul Schat’s Bakery in Carson City has more than just sweet treats.
By Todd South
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