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RN&R’s film guy reviews the best and worst of the 2010s.
By Bob Grimm
This article was published on 01.02.20
Luxury hotel project raises concerns over removing public input.
By Bob Conrad
The site where the funky arts motel Wildflower Village once stood on Fourth Street is now under construction.
The nonprofit newsroom the Center for Public Integrity released a story regarding an investigation into the charity Law Enforcement Officers Relief Fund.
By Jeri Davis
The Nevada Department of Taxation recently issued an advisory about marijuana that failed state testing.
Rich Dunn is a member of the Democratic Men’s Committee of Carson City, which hosts weekly luncheons featuring a variety of speakers.
Vapings’ day of reckoning is here, but Nevada’s approach is a public win while the federal efforts are shady at best.
Welcome to this week’s Reno News & Review—and welcome to 2020!
Fixing a boondoggle of the city’s own making and expecting accolades from residents who have seen city councils continually buy every fantasy project a developer lays out grates on our last collective nerve.
By Sheila Leslie
We are culturally out of our minds for sports in this, the Age of Athletic Fetishism.
By Bruce Van Dyke
For the past 11 years, the Reno Latin Dance Fest has been a highlight for fans of the style. Now, for 2020, it has added a new angle.
By Mark Earnest
There have been a lot of Little Women adaptations, but this one may be the best.
After about five minutes, a malaise sinks in that doesn’t lift.
This is a disastrous, soulless squandering of the good will built up by The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi.
Together for a little over a year, Reno band Phat Mark has three frontmen—although only one of them sings. It’s the three-man horn section that is the true center of this group.
Ferino Distillery is the latest addition to the Fourth Street spirit circuit, producing three different types of Italian Amaro for cocktails all over the city and country.
By Matt Bieker
From acclaimed food truck and catering origins, Aloha Shack set up shop in the North Valleys a few months ago.
By Todd South
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