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Movie guy Bob Grimm has high hopes for the season’s new flicks.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 10.10.19
The Reno City Council has approved a new housing initiative its describing as a pilot program.
By Jeri Davis
Construction continues on Virginia Street.
Running her own small business with her family, Christina Avila daily sees the needs of seniors in South Lake Tahoe.
By Mark Earnest
The Reno City Council last week approved a resolution recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
By Bob Conrad
Maya Rupert is the campaign manager for Julian Castro’s bid for the 2020 Democratic nomination and the third black woman to ever run a national presidential campaign.
By Matt Bieker
Students were right to protest Charlie Kirk’s speech at UNR.
We did really well in the Nevada Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper and Magazine Contest.
By Brad Bynum
Sheila Leslie sizes up elected officials’ efforts to alleviate the housing crisis.
By Sheila Leslie
It’s a day ending in Y, so, of course, Trump is stonewalling Congress.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Stephanie Haigney is a local comic book illustrator who plans to join a new animation studio in Austin, Texas.
HAVOC WMC is Northern Nevada’s first official women’s motorcycle club.
By Andrea Heerdt
Joker, a new take on DC’s Clown Prince of Crime, will go down as one of the year’s big missed opportunities.
It’s painfully apparent by the pace—especially in its first half—that the big screen doesn’t serve the cast well.
This documentary from director Alexandre O. Philippe is one of the best looks into the making of this classic.
Huckleberry road lacks the pop sound and all its attendant cliches of most modern country.
Reno’s beloved Santa Fe Hotel has reopened.
By Todd South
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