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This thrilling page turner packs a real punch for mystery lo...
At first, you weren’t sure how you were ever going to do it.
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Arts in Brief
Riverside Holiday Shop is now open RENO — The Sierra Arts Foundation announces the opening of the annual Riverside Holiday Shop at 17 S. Virginia St., Suite 120 in its main gallery. Local artists from the surrounding area have another place to exhibit handmade gifts for the holidays, and shoppers can feel great knowing they are supporting the local arts economy. The Riverside Holiday Shop will again be open for the season filled with handmade ...
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Feeling All Aglow
Couple chronicle their journeys to find the light at the end of the tunnel that is Nevada’s unique history
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The perfect complement to your Thanksgiving feast
For as far back as you can remember, your parents have taught you that sharing is the right thing to do.
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Acting Like a Child
Three local plays that take to the stage this weekend each contribute to the young and young at heart
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Arts in Brief
Week of Nov. 17
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Listen to the valuable advice of fellow breast cancer fighters
So what next? How can you get past breast cancer and stay well?
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A Theatrical ‘Awakening’
A new production by local college theater discusses the effects of ignorance about sex
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Arts in Brief
Week of Nov. 10
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Get insight into the life of the King of Pop with this good ...
As soon as you heard those four notes — just four beats — your feet were itching to move.
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Skaters bring ‘Treasure Trove’ of Disney magic
New ice spectacular comes to Lawlor Events Center
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Wonderfully Weird
‘Weird Al’ Yankovic brings his musical humor and parodies to Reno on Saturday
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Arts in Brief
Nov. 3 through 9
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Arts in Brief
Shows this weekend and through Wednesday
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Get the truth about marriage longevity from wives who have b...
They were so in love and you wondered how they sustained it. How did they manage to stay together through everything that happens over decades of marriage?
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Five Finger Death Punch at The Knit
RENO — The Share the Welt Tour with Five Finger Death Punch and special guests All That Remains, Hatebreed and Rev. Theory comes to The Knitting Factory in Reno on Wednesday. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $34 for general admission or $64 for a box seat. Buy advance tickets at the Cal-Neva Casino main cashier cage, at Recycled Records, located at 3344 Kietzke Lane in Reno, by calling 877-4-FLY-TIX (435-89...
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JMAX and KOZZ present Thin Lizzy at GSR
RENO — Irish hard rock bank Thin Lizzy performs Wednesday at the Grand Sierra Resort. Thin Lizzy formed in Dublin in 1969. The two founding members, drummer Brian Downey and bass guitarist/vocalist Phil Lynott met while still in school. Lynott assumed the role of frontman and led them throughout their recording career of 13 studio albums. Thin Lizzy is best known for their songs “Whiskey in the Jar,” “Jailbreak” and “The Boys Are Back in Town,...
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Expendables perform Friday at The Knit
RENO — Growing up in Santa Cruz, Calif. was a laid-back experience for the Expendables: surf, skate, party and play music.  Since 1997, the Expendables have staked their claim in the California surf rock genre, to which they add healthy doses of reggae, punk rock and ‘80s-style dueling guitar solos.  Their 2010 release “Prove It” adds a huge arena rock sound to the laid-back California groove.  After years of touring, a steady stream of high-q...
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The Hills Are Alive
With the sound of music in her blood, Reno native Whitton returns home with her soulful singing style
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