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Iraq, Afgahn vets weren’t impressed.
By Dennis Myers
This article was published on 08.09.18
Exhibit on William Raggio opened at UNR.
New shoreline development rules could go into place at Lake Tahoe as soon as October.
By Jeff DeLong
Unfulfilled potential marked his service.
Jaxon Northon paints ’em as he sees ’em.
By Kris Vagner
Nevada’s economy needs Medicaid.
By Bob Fulkerson
while Nevada subsidizes billionaires.
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce is teaching rock.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Artist Ruby Barrientos tries not to overthink it.
Since sexual misconduct became frequent front-page news in 2017, female bartenders have seen a few improvements.
By Matt Bieker
Eighth Grade is a masterpiece in many ways, from its perfect cast to its crafty camerawork and immersive electronic score.
By Bob Grimm
Tom Cruise is his maniac self in the sixth installment in his steady franchise.
This documentary is set up in a way that, even if you remember this story, what happens will surprise you in the end.
Reno band Skew Ring explores the ubiquity of our devices.
By Andrea Heerdt
The Pizza Collective at the West Street Market turns out similarly classic pies made with local ingredients in a super hot oven.
By Todd South
Bam! Here it is—our biggest, baddest issue every year. It’s the results of this year’s Best of Northern Nevada readers’ poll.
By Brad Bynum
In this heavyweight edition of the RN&R, we honor the best people, places and things in our community.
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