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The history of the Burning Man temple amounts to a years-long visual dialogue about form vs function.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 02.28.19
Abortion returns to political arena.
By Dennis Myers
The wind takes a toll.
Rachael and Debbie Lambin make sculptures out of books.
By Jeri Davis
Mark Shaub is the artistic director for Cirque Du Soleil: Corteo.
Only a few huge corporations are good corporate citizens.
The local news has been weird the past few days.
One line summary.
By Sheila Leslie
Fake News from Trump.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Nevada Reads is a statewide “book club” that Nevada Humanities began running in 2018.
A local facebook page lampoons Reno’s residents, businesses and social issues—but sometimes you might miss the joke.
By Matt Bieker
If you have a tendency for in theater waterworks, be prepared. You might wind up crying in front of a bunch of kids.
By Bob Grimm
This movie is rather absorbing for a while, a decent story about a more than 300-year-old android trying to fit into a dystopian society.
Matt Bushman is all too familiar with the highs and lows of navigating life in your twenties.
By Clarissa Vasquez
Chef Raphael at Ichiban was the perfect chef for a birthday party dinner and some kids’ first experience with teppanyaki.
By Todd South
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