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Election guide 2018: our endorsements.
By RN&R editors
This article was published on 11.01.18
Big names fire the bases.
By Dennis Myers
Sparks is voting on its city attorney.
Officials are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tahoe watercraft inspection program and its efforts to ward off aquatic invaders.
By Jeff DeLong
Bomb sent to billionaire.
The support of women leaders is sought after.
Election’s almost here, folks.
The media landscape in Reno just got a little less interesting. Monthly magazine Reno Tahoe Tonight’s October issue is its last.
By Brad Bynum
Thoughts on voting.
“Man, I’m ready for the election to be over.”
Exploiting Nevada’s tortured history.
By Sheila Leslie
A mob is not a home.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Second Thursday lectures take place monthly at the National Automobile Museum.
By Jeri Davis
Mid90s is the best movie ever made about skater culture and a powerful movie about familial dysfunction and the need for friendships.
By Bob Grimm
Forty years after she first “dropped the knife,” Laurie Strode tangles, yet again, with the unstoppable killer Michael Myers.
Jazz band Noise Palette plays every Sunday in the West Street Market dining room.
By Matt Bieker
Recently opened Baba’s Eats & Ales is a family friendly pub, with burgers, wings, salads and even a couple vegetarian hot dishes.
By Todd South
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