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It’s RN&R’s annual Teen Issue.
By Matt Bieker
This article was published on 04.11.19
Local art teacher compiles student work for forthcoming book.
The RN&R‘s only teenage contributor explains what the city‘s young artists want from their education.
By Oliver Guinan
Some death issues taken out of government hands.
By Dennis Myers
A talk on climate change was held 16 miles from the valley center.
Avalanche dogs play an important role at ski resorts.
By Gabby DoDd
IRS has better PR.
For a local aesthetician, swimming as a mermaid feels like the most natural thing.
By Jeri Davis
LimeBikes threw away good bikes and good will.
This year, we’ve got good teenage artists and good teenage writers.
By Brad Bynum
The new ACA fight neither party wanted.
By Sheila Leslie
National Poetry Month is blooming, but the poetry scene in Reno is perennial—you just have to seek it out.
By Luka Starmer
Meet the Reno natives behind The Hate Journals.
That Pachamama coffee you’ve been drinking came from a farm—and the farmer who grew it is coming to talk to you.
Shazam! is a fun—and sometimes shockingly dark—blast of comic book superhero fantasy.
By Bob Grimm
This remake is sorely lacking the sense of humor.
The decline of Tim Burton continues.
Outlaw Kindred plays a brand of folk music that’s meant to be accessible to everyone, with no cursing at all.
By Mark Earnest
These folks have the makings of an enjoyable spot for family brunch.
By Todd South
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