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Tired of paying all those bills?
Your mortgage bill came today. The payment went up. The local energy company is asking for an increase, too. Property taxes are going up, the cost of food is rising, clothing is up, and getaway prices are in the stratosphere because — you guessed it — the price of gas is up. So what’s down? Your paycheck and your mood. Did you ever wish you could chuck it all, tie your belongings in a handkerchief on a pole, and head for the road? Maybe that’s...
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Many more magic moments
Jay and the Americans to attend Hot August Nights for second year
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HAN pays tribute to more than cars
Sixtiesmania, Ronny & the Classics play music to accompany classic car lover’s event
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The critters that live inside us
“The Wild Life of Our Bodies” by Rob Dunn c.2011, Harper $26.99 290 pages, includes index
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Arts in brief
‘Deadliest Catch’ crew comes to Silver Legacy hotel  From the icy seas of Alaska, one of America’s toughest fishermen is heading south for the summer to the Silver Legacy Resort Casino. “Deadliest Catch” star and co-captain of the Wizard, Monte Colburn, is back with his crew, hosting a special meet-and-greet session and bringing in dining specials and a giveaway prize package. The meet and greet will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday with a...
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‘The Great Walkabout’
Wandering guitarist Tom Smith to stop in Reno on Tuesday
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Eldorado puts on some ‘Hairspray’
Musical tackles the issue of body image in a whimsical way
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Communication is key to realtionships
You have to read the book; in fact, take it to your book club. Once you all start it, “Things We Didn’t Say” is one you’ll be talking about.
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Tracorum Casts a Musical Spell
Rock ‘n’ soul band from San Francisco to play today’s Thursday Nights on the Square
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A.V.A. Ballet presents the rock ballet ‘Vortex’
Show combines dance with exciting music, props and sets
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Locals will be doing their ‘Best’
‘The Best of the Best of Broadway’ will finish with a chorus line of local amateurs
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Arts in brief
Anthropologist presents ‘Revolutionary Egypt’ at NMA Exploring revolutionary cultural and political events of recent months in Egypt and the Middle East, cultural anthropologist Jill Derby, Ph.D., former regent for the Nevada System of Higher Education, leads an Art Bite program at the Nevada Museum of Art (NMA) at noon on Friday. Derby will discuss the long and complex history of Egypt, within the context of current events surrounding the reg...
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The search for a missing child
“The Coffins of Little Hope” by Timothy Schaffert c.2011, Unbridled Books $24.95 263 pages
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A Man of Many Faces
Comedian Dana Carvey to perform 3 shows in Sparks
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Arts in Brief
Week of July 14 through 20
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From the Front Lines
Three male country vocalists form an all-star group with an intimate touch
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Get Your Shakespeare On
Good Luck Macbeth presents the comedy ‘Twelfth Night’
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Arts in Brief
Week of July 7 through 13
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The story of a stormy family
“The Stormchasers” by Jenna Blum c.2010, 2011, Plume Books $15.00 370 pages
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