FEATURED STORIES New downtown Reno bike lanes anger some drivers, but riders are safer within buffer zones by Ky Plaskon June 24, 2022June 25, 2022 Nevada Sagebrush published online-only after Carson City press shuts down by Madison Wanco June 23, 2022June 24, 2022 The Lucky 13: Bobby Benedict, singer/guitarist for Sad Giants by Matt King June 22, 2022June 22, 2022 Jeff Bridges is back: FX’s ‘The Old Man’ offers intense action, solid drama, fine acting by Bob Grimm June 20, 2022 June Mailbag: Guns, growth and a welcome back for our print edition by Frank X. Mullen June 18, 2022June 18, 2022 News News Nevada museums spotlight the state’s treasures with summer programs and events by Janice Hoke June 9, 2022June 25, 2022 Arts & Culture Chautauqua classes offer aspiring performers the chance to walk in the shoes of historical characters by Staff Reports June 4, 2022June 3, 2022 15 Minutes 15 Minutes: Grant Denton, karma king by David Robert June 2, 2022June 1, 2022 Opinion Streetalk Streetalk: Did the pandemic affect your job or the way you do it? by David Robert June 16, 2022June 16, 2022 Essays Nevada earned the title of “Mississippi of the West” when casino industry barred Black patrons prior to 1960 by Buddy Frank June 14, 2022June 14, 2022 Note From the Publisher Note from the publisher: We’re back in print—but we need reader, advertiser support to survive by Jimmy Boegle June 1, 2022June 1, 2022 Arts & Culture Western Lit “Dark Ride Deception,” a mystery thrill ride for readers by Staff Reports June 11, 2022June 15, 2022 Visual Arts Ch-ch-changes of venue: The Reno art scene has evolved since the RN&R was last in print by Kris Vagner June 1, 2022 Theater and Dance Setting the stage for summer: Your guide to the Reno area’s performing arts schedule by Jessica Santina May 24, 2022May 24, 2022 Food & Drink Food & Drink Different kind of pie: At R Town Pizza, Marvin Kinney promotes Detroit-style pizza—and a humanitarian business approach by Owen Bryant June 12, 2022June 12, 2022 Food & Drink World food: Local restaurants offer a wide variety of various cuisines—but a few are missing by Todd South June 3, 2022June 1, 2022 Food & Drink Wine time: Bringing a bottle to the party? Here are some can’t-miss suggestions by Katie Finn May 7, 2022May 7, 2022 Movies & TV Movies & TV Great name, mediocre film: Netflix’s ‘Spiderhead’ bores while wasting an excellent cast by Bob Grimm June 20, 2022 Movies & TV Dino disappointment: ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ has a few great action scenes, but they’re obscured by inane subplots by Bob Grimm June 13, 2022 Movies & TV Not-so-super heroes: Amazon’s ‘The Boys’ riffs on modern American polling and popularity by Bob Grimm June 6, 2022June 6, 2022 Music The Lucky 13 The Lucky 13: Jay Hatchett, vocalist/guitarist for Lizano, performing at The Alpine on June 15 by Matt King June 2, 2022June 2, 2022 Music Genre blenders: This band’s not punk; it’s not metal; it’s simply Cryptilians by Matt King May 25, 2022May 25, 2022 Music Creations, covers, changing sounds: Primus celebrates new music and honors their heroes on the ‘A Tribute to Kings’ tour by Matt King May 13, 2022May 11, 2022 Sponsored Content Sponsored Content Sean McDowell, a Reno attorney, discusses how he and his firm handle workplace harassment cases (sponsored content) by Raul Clement May 20, 2022May 23, 2022 Sponsored Content From surviving to thriving in Reno: How one former resident of VOA’s Village on Sage Street turned his life around (sponsored content) by Krysta Scripter May 4, 2022May 4, 2022 Sponsored Content Stability after uncertainty: Living at VOA’s The Village on Sage Street in Reno (sponsored content) by Krysta Scripter April 15, 2022April 20, 2022 Our Print Edition Buy our latest issue ($10) Get mail delivery ($8 per month) Have questions? Call 775-324-4440! View our print edition archives on our Issuu page.