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A new book explores the lives of Reno’s casino showroom musicians from the ’50s to the ’90s.
By Patricia Crane
This article was published on 08.02.18
Locals say interior secretary stirring up a settled issue.
By Dennis Myers
Coeur d’Alene art auction was back in town.
Since electric scooters were introduced by the company Lime to South Lake Tahoe, the debate over whether they are an asset or a headache to the community has escalated.
By Terra Breeden
Laxalt is in court these days trying to force a private company to let him use one of its medications to kill.
A ballot question campaign manager is objecting to a question asked in a Reno Gazette Journal survey.
Sam Shad talks about his 30 years.
Open records and meetings must compete with other concerns.
Brush up on all your fire safety tips, folks.
By Brad Bynum
Heller role is important.
By Sheila Leslie
Jeff Johnson’s neon work appears in two shows on the same date.
By Matt Bieker
A local author talks shop about her writing process.
By Andrea Heerdt
Tom Cruise outdid himself—again.
By Bob Grimm
In a summer of endless sequels, this one has the distinction of being unoriginal and predictable.
Chance Utter is a world percussionist who primarily plays instruments from Cuba, Brazil and India.
By Jeri Davis
Homegrown Gastropub started as a food truck serving fancified classics with locally grown, organic ingredients and plenty of options for vegans and folks with allergies. Now, it’s a brick-and-mortar restaurant.
By Todd South
The official Duck Race & Festival event program.
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