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Summer allows for many fun family activities that fall on the price spectrum from free to expensive. Comment?
Mojo Green's record release party will be at John Ascuaga's Nugget, 1100 Nugget Ave., Sparks on Saturday, May 11, at 7 p.m. The $15 cover charge includes a copy of Funk in Public , the group's new album. Comment?
The Generator is holding a fundraiser on May 4 at Jub Jub's Thirst Parlor, 71 S. Wells Ave., to benefit the Ichthyosaur Puppet Project. Comment?
Finally! We're No. 1! After languishing on the bottom of national lists for things like education, healthcare and voter turnout, Washoe County is finally excelling. Comment?
El Sazon Mexican Restaurant 4950 S. Virginia St., 826-1188 Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekends Dinner for One: $10 - $20 The first time I heard of El Sazon, visions of old Hollywood movies with swashbuckling heroes like El Cid or a genie shouting, "alakazaam shazaam!" flashed through my mind. Comment?
The Reno City Council hired a new city manager without a national search. It's OK. Comment?
Michelle Howe-Stark owns a Sparks sandwich shop, Yellow Submarine. She knows what it takes to run a business, including taxation. Comment?
When traveling, there are certain questions that are often heard whenever one mentions that one is from Reno: "That's near Las Vegas, right?" and "What do people from Reno think of that show Reno 911 ?" are a couple of the most common, and most irritating, offenders. Comment?
I n a recent informal meeting with a downtown Reno businessman, this statement was made: "Nobody in town likes to hear this, but Reno has an image problem" in other communities. Comment?
Jack Streeter, the highly decorated veteran of World War Two and former Washoe County district attorney, died on February 16. Comment?
It may be only February, but spring is in the air, and wafting on its breezes is the fragrance of rebirth, the churning scent of upheaval. Comment?
When I was a kid, I'd always feel a major slump after Christmas and New Year's were over. Comment?
"This economy is a problem," says Doug E. Moore. "But people are still getting married and guys are still getting into trouble and then trying to get out of the doghouse." Moore is the founder, proprietor and fabricator of D Street Designs, a local custom jewelry company. Comment?
"We respect our Canadian brothers and sisters, and we want them to know that we love them, that they are one of us, and that we support them" said Lois Kane, local Native American activist and supporter of Idle No More Reno. Comment?
The start of the next phase of the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway - a three-mile path in Verdi - marks the last of several 2012 local bike lane projects. Comment?
There's no denying that Reno is in a state of flux. As the gambling industry has become less of a draw for visitors, City Hall is struggling to find ways to capture an audience that has long abandoned the Biggest Little City. Comment?
Related stories this week: Turning on our own Local Muslims hope that Reno-Sparks residents will exercise tolerance in the wake of the Sept. Comment?
Chatter from a hundred tables rose in the banquet room. It was the annual awards breakfast of the Committee to Aid Abused Women on April 28. Comment?
There was a collective sigh of relief on Sunday when the websites that showed the actual amounts of water passing through the Truckee River and the actual National Weather Service flood predictions ended the hysteria that characterized the coverage of a wet winter storm. Comment?
Bonda Young is co-owner of the Great Basin Brewing Company, which this week opens its third facility, Great Basin Taps & Tanks, located on East McCarran Boulevard between Rock Boulevard and Mira Loma Drive. Comment?