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Stories of menstruation.
By RN&R Readers
This article was published on 10.25.18
Candidates don’t talk much about coping.
By Dennis Myers
RenoElections.com and its platform.
Lake Tahoe is ringed by beer bars and breweries.
By Jeri Davis
People want their ballots.
USDA jobs to move from D.C.
Attacks on NV Energy get rough.
Wall Street Journal takes notice.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon helped Jacky Rosen in Nevada.
Crossing a border solves nothing.
Vote early, mail it in, do it however works for you.
By Brad Bynum
Nevada has them this year.
By Sheila Leslie
Sick of it.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Maria Partridge, the new curator at Sierra Arts, has long been a champion of Reno arts.
By Kris Vagner
Have you ever sat at a traffic light and wondered who set the timing that determines when it’s your turn to go? Dr. Zong Tian is one of those people.
The new Halloween is easily the second-best Halloween movie after John Carpenter’s original.
By Bob Grimm
John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix join forces as the title characters, guns for hire, contracted to find a prospector with a scientific trick for finding gold in rivers.
This film focuses on Neil Armstrong, the man at the center of the Apollo 11 mission, and what made him tick.
INDYXHILL writes songs college students might find relatable, with titles like “Sorority Girl” and “Fell in Love with My Professor.”
By Joey Thyne
El Tumi—for several years Reno’s lone Peruvian restaurant—has recently transformed into Sabor Latin Cuisine.
By Todd South
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