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The top 10 stories mainstream media overlooked in 2019.
By Paul Rosenberg
This article was published on 11.07.19
Recent Dia de los Muertos events helped shine a light on Reno’s Latinx community.
By Jeri Davis
Bicycling season isn’t over in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
By Oliver Guinan
Member’s of Reno’s chapter of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby are fasting on Fridays in support of youth climate movementes.
Jenny Brekhus is difficult, but that’s why we need her.
Too much Halloween excitement!
By Brad Bynum
It seems there is no shortage of Americans who see themselves as being “chosen” for greatness, a convenient rationale to justify all sorts of questionable activities.
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce knows a con when he sees one.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Local artists come together to work on a Dia de los Muertos-themed mural.
By Kris Vagner
After decades in the desert and the darkroom, Nolan Preece is in high demand.
Terminator: Dark Fate is a bad sequel, but not so awful that it’s a complete waste of time.
By Bob Grimm
Robert Eggers returns with this trippy, gothic sailor’s yarn about two very strange men.
It’s a period piece that works.
This movie stands side by side with the best of Eddie Murphy films.
The span of generations drives the rhythm section of Engine Fire.
By Mark Earnest
Land Ocean offers American cuisine in a busy space.
By Todd South
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