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This article was published on 12.12.19
Cold weather camping can be the key to the great outdoors all year for those who make the necessary preparations.
By Kris Vagner
Want to cut down your own Christmas tree? Read this.
By Andrea Heerdt
A first-timer’s guide to snowshoeing around the Truckee Meadows.
By Shaun Hunter
The University of Nevada, Reno, recently unveiled the rebranding of a longstanding tuition-free program.
By Jeri Davis
The Northern Nevada Confederation of Clubs hosted its annual fundraiser to collect toys for kids on Dec. 4.
Learn about the Kids’ Nature Journal Club at South Lake Tahoe.
By Mark Earnest
Mayor Hillary Schieve gathered with developers on Dec. 9 for an update on her 1,000 Homes in 120 Days initiative.
Steve Sheehan, owner of Bobo’s Ski & Patio, spoke to the RN&R about the 50th anniversary of the shop, his own ski habits and the iconic Bobo’s radio ad.
By Matt Bieker
Spotify is a massive, internationally successful company, but the vast majority of its profits go to shareholders, not to the musicians themselves.
It’s time for our annual 95-word fiction contest!
By Brad Bynum
Sheila has found herself squarely in the “big structural change” camp and is hoping for a presidential candidate who feels the same.
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce turns to YouTube to get the big picture.
By Bruce Van Dyke
The Mustang is a Carson City-based indie film released earlier this year to little fanfare.
By Jane Dornemann
Let’s meet some of Reno’s YouTubers.
By Oliver Guinan
Dark Waters is an earnest legal drama that spares us lengthy courtroom sequences in favor of in-depth looks at those affected on all sides of the case.
By Bob Grimm
Antonio Banderas delivers what may be his greatest performance.
has a few problems, but the opportunity to see the likes of De Niro, Pacino and Joe Pesci in a movie together more than overrides the shortfalls.
This director will not be trafficking in easy endings.
Made for Shelter likes its dynamics, ranging from intricate, slower material to louder straight-ahead rock.
Bundox Bocce is essentially a giant playroom that happens to include a large bar and menu of munchies.
By Todd South
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