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  1. Soak it inRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsReview.com

    Trego Hot Springs is about two and a half hours north of Reno and is free for visitors to enjoy. With frosty temperatures and snow storms quickly rolling in, winter in Northern Nevada is on the way.

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  2. 15 MinutesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsReview.com

    Barb Walsh started a bell ensemble at Alice Maxwell Elementary School in Sparks while teaching there in 1996. Today, that ensemble is called the Tintabulations.

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  3. Dream teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsReview.com

    Stirr Lightly performs with Hello I'm Sorry and Night Rooms at the Holland Project, 140 Vesta St., on Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. She grew up in Las Vegas and attended the Las Vegas Academy of Arts high school, where she was a guitar major. After attending the University of Nevada, Reno, she found herself spending time with musicians and decided to start a band.

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  4. Vested interestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsReview.com

    Felt appliques and pom-poms? It must be ugly Christmas sweater season. It's one of those cyclical things, as is fashion generally.

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  5. Space odysseyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NewsReview.com

    "STSS-1 and Two Unidentified Spacecraft Over Carson City" is a 2010 photograph by Trevor Paglen. It's part of a project that involved finding and photographing secret government satellites.

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  6. Notes from the Neon BabylonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | NewsReview.com

    It was 25 years ago, on November 17, 1993, that a new weekly newspaper was just getting going in Reno. Founded by the rambunctious trio of Larry Henry, Bill Martin, and Mike Norris, Nevada Weekly was ready to roll.

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  7. Its names are legionRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | NewsReview.com

    We're not clear on why the name of the Reno airport is a concern of Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak. We are quite certain, however, that he is blundering in without adequate knowledge of the terrain.

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  8. Former RGJ home trade plannedRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | NewsReview.com

    The University of Nevada, Reno is expected to trade the old Reno Gazette Journal building at Second and Stevenson streets to obtain property that is currently the site of the Nevada Historical Society. The RGJ built the plant on Second Street and moved there from its Center Street offices.

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  9. Word gets aroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | NewsReview.com

    Last month at two Washoe County elementary schools, every student in every grade was given five books, new or gently used, with which to start their own personal libraries. It was just a few thousand of some nearly five million books that have been distributed to students by a nonprofit called Spread the Word Nevada.

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  10. Ambassador on wheelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | NewsReview.com

    Rolf Becker, a native of Halle, Germany, is on his third visit to America. Each time he visits - the first time right after the Berlin Wall crumbled, the second time in 1996 for the Atlanta Olympics - Becker tours the states in his Trabant, or "Trabi," considered the Chevrolet of East Germany.

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  11. Fires hurt pine nut harvestRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    Reno resident Patty Dickens told us last week, "I went to Save Mart looking for pine nuts to add to my stuffing for my tomorrow's Thanksgiving dinner redux. The grocer said that fires and drought have destroyed this year's potential harvest, but I could buy unshelled ones at Safeway for $22 a pound."

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  12. DormantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    The documentary Losing Control, narrated by Bill Kurtis, will be shown at Cathexes, 250 Bell St., on Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is famous for its cover feature - a clock face on which the minute hand is moved forward or backward depending on how tense international relations are and how near is the threat of nuclear war. When the clock was created in 1947, it was set at seven minutes to midnight.

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  13. Downward housing spiral amid prosperityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    Winter is almost upon us, raising our seasonal concern for Reno's homeless population who very well might freeze to death without shelter during cold and snowy nights. Government shelters are overflowing, and church groups are signing up volunteers to monitor the last chance shelter, a heated tent, for those literally left out in the cold.

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  14. Buy localRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    This week's cover story is a keep-it-local holiday gift guide . We publish something similar every year.

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  15. Under wrapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    People here make things. Take a drive from Pyramid Lake to South Lake, and you'll find them in every community along the way - people making things that are beautiful, things that functional, things that are tasty, and, often, things that are intoxicating.

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  16. Cold weather brewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | NewsReview.com

    One thing people say they love about Reno is the climate. For better or worse, we usually have four distinct seasons - scorching summers, lovely shoulder seasons, and sometimes brutal winters with ice and snow aplenty.

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  17. Swing stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 22 | NewsReview.com

    Pine State Biscuits began with some Pacific Northwest transplants from North Carolina longing for the flavors of home. I'd heard some hype prior to its Reno outpost's grand opening.

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  18. 15 MinutesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 22 | NewsReview.com

    Maurice Harold is the co-owner of Pitch Black Printing Company, 1108 California Ave., 476-2003, and an organizer of a "Small Business Saturday" event, set for Nov. 24, during which a coalition of small, locally owned businesses will offer special deals and raffle tickets for a chance to win gift certificates and other prizes. For more information, visit pitchblackprintingco.com .

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  19. Editor's NoteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 22 | NewsReview.com

    One thing I love about this week's cover story is that it exemplifies something special that we do here at the RN&R: taking the long view. We put the newspaper first.

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  20. Stick it to meRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 22 | NewsReview.com

    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. In certain circles, whenever visiting underground rock 'n' roll clubs, for example, one is just as likely to encounter this question: "Do you know Sticker Guy?" If you've ever been asked this question and had to respond to the negative, here are the basics: Sticker Guy is a business that creates stickers - adhesive-backed vinyl shapes that one might attach to the bumper of a car, the bottom of skateboard deck, or the outside of a guitar case.

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