Issue: October 19, 2017

Hey, there. Welcome to this week's issue of the Reno News & Review.

Our feature story this week comes from News Editor Dennis Myers, who takes a look at how Nevadans are grappling with the legacy of mass murder and gun control in the state.

Over in the arts section, you'll find a story from Arts Editor Kris Vagner about Mary Lee Fulkerson's new book, which provides a glimpse of a more equitable art world through its focus on women artists of the Great Basin. In Art of the State this week, you'll find theater reviewer Jessica Santina's review of Annie Baker's play The Flick, now in production at the University of Nevada, Reno. And in Musicbeat, we've got a story about the Latin Unity Dance & Show, taking place at the National Bowling Stadium this weekend.

Don't forget to grab a copy of the paper from your favorite coffee shop, bar or grocery store. It contains columns and cartoons you can't access online, like Apoca Clips by Mike Grimm, Red Meat from Max Cannon and our weekly cartoon from Erik Holland.

As always, thanks for reading!


Jeri Chadwell

RN&R Special Projects Editor