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The city’s 150th birthday is a good time to learn some history.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 04.26.18
Nevada reps mull new authority.
A shake-table test simulated an earthquake in the University of Nevada, Reno’s Earthquake Engineering Lab on April 24.
Candidates tiptoe through the verbiage.
The Democratic Socialists of America in collaboration with local unions and progressive groups organized a potluck event to commemorate International Workers’ Day on May 1.
By Brad Bynum
To commemorate Reno’s 150th birthday, Dennis Myers wrote a great piece about some of the worst moments in Reno history.
Court says public records on private devices are still public records.
By Erich Obermayr
Financial machinations drive corruption in the system.
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce advises the Democrats.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Canceled playing cards from Carson City’s casinos were offered to anyone who wanted to use them as materials to create a piece for a new exhibition.
By Kris Vagner
The Reno Jazz Festival has long played a role in music education.
By Matt Bieker
Final Portrait is easily Stanley Tucci’s best directorial effort since 1996.
By Bob Grimm
Yes, it’s yet another road trip movie, but don’t write this one off.
This is one of the strangest—and coolest—experiences you will have in a theater this year.
Pry’s music has a driving, punk energy, but the predominance of the rhythm section points toward classic post-punk.
The rumors about Pignic Pub & Patio’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
The brewpub at Baldini’s has been rebranded as the Occidental Taphouse Grill and serves up German-themed items along with American appetizers.
By Todd South
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