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RN&R Vol 32 Issue 1
Richard Jackson has been using one motif over and over for years—a realistically proportioned human skull.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 02.13.20
A couple of long-running Reno house venues are slated to be torn down.
By Michelle Baker
RN&R Vol 31 Issue 52
The Wa-Pai-Shone Gallery opened on Jan. 20 at the new Stewart Indian School Cultural Center in Carson City, featuring artworks by the Great Basin Native Artists.
This article was published on 02.06.20
Our movie guy predicts what will happen at the Academy Awards.
By Bob Grimm
RN&R Vol 31 Issue 51
Even if you know the ending of Murder on the Orient Express, you’re sure to enjoy the ride.
By Jessica Santina
This article was published on 01.30.20
Good Luck Macbeth Theatre offers a new series of unconventional, mini-run productions.
RN&R Vol 31 Issue 50
A local podcaster tells his stories on Coffee with an Indian.
By Luka Starmer
This article was published on 01.23.20
“With glass blowing, you have to start at a very humble place,” according to artist Holly Spahr.
By Mark Earnest
RN&R Vol 31 Issue 49
Think of something you do well … do you think you could give a five-minute presentation to strangers about it?
This article was published on 01.16.20
A Reno company is developing Virtual Reality technology to help patients heal.
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