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Interview with Richard Wiley
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Reading list for the new millenium
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Book Wars: independents vs. chains
Youth artwork
Webcasting Copyright 101 (Part 1)            (Part 2)
not written by Ms. Cizauskas but a good primer, nontheless,  on the current regulatory state of affairs concerning internet broadcasting.
Reno business reacts to rising gasoline prices
Shopping for Romance   (02/08/01)
Part 1      Part 2
I met a lot of people through a dating service I joined -
and learned a lot about myself in the process.
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Artists Work at Play (01/27/05)
Bleu Lion Gallery is showing fresh, new BFA artwork.
Risky Business (03/03/05)
Artist-run galleries like Bleu Lion want to show new art by new artists, but that makes paying the bills risky business.
Blues Veterans   (11/10/05)
Reno area musicians get together
to play a benefit show for the Veterans' Guest House.
Benchmark (11/03/05)
As the U.S. death toll in Iraq passed 2,000,
Nevadans pause to take notice.
The Chamber Pitches In (11/03/05)
With the 2006 elections a year away, the Reno-Sparks
Chamber of Commerce gets the campaign started early.
Shot in the arm (10/06/05)
Two first ladies visit Reno to promote childhood immunizations.
Saying no (09/29/05)
An anitwar rally is held in Reno on Sept 23.
Left at home (09/22/05)
A liberal home schooing group has been formed in Reno.
Vigils (08/25/05)
Around the Truckee Meadows, people inspired by Cindy Sheehan gathered to say, "I protest".
What's got you blue? (08/11/05)
Even the experts can't nail down exactly what qualifies as blues music, but this weekend's Reno Tahoe Blues Festival offers some variations on the far-reaching genre.
The new red menace (07/28/05)
Local advocates debate the pros and cons of openness.
Caring facility (07/07/05)
Reno's Indian colony prepares for a new medical facility.
Public broadcasting deserves life (06/30/05)
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting struggles to survive
while Congress debates its value.
Still missed (04/28/05)
The loss of Jan Evans, a Washoe County assemblywoman, is still felt at the Nevada Legislature five years after her death.
Grass roots on the move (03/10/05)
Women from around Nevada went to the state legislature
for three days to learn and lobby.
(reprinted  Las Vegas City Life)