Issue: November 15, 2018

Welcome to this week's issue of the Reno News & Review.

Every year, we run a story about Project Censored's 10 most under-reported stories of the year. From declining human rights to wireless companies and cellphone safety, you can read about all of them in this week's feature story.

Over the years, numerous figures and organizations have been publicized for changing or softening their climate change skepticism. In this week' news column, News Editor Dennis Myers takes a look a how changing views on climate change mostly come from people who are migrating from nonbelievers to believers. And in our Tahoe column, you can read contributor Jeff DeLong's reporting on the new multi-use trail being completed between Incline Village and Sand Harbor.

Over in the arts section this week, you can read about 10 radio shows that on air on KWNK in a story from Andrea Heerdt and get a sneak preview of Reno Art Works upcoming Open Studios event.

Also, don't forget to check out our annual Dining Guide. Special Projects Editor Matt Bieker has rounded up stories about international cuisine in the Truckee Meadows, farm-to-fork dining and and the best vegan/vegetarian options in the valley.

Happy reading!

Jeri Chadwell

Associate Editor