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Taxpayers deserve expansive transparency

The Legislature took big steps forward this year in improving public access to government functions and records.

Black comedy reflects play’s ‘Carnage’

“God of Carnage” by Tony Award winning playwright Yasmina Reza opened in Europe as a dark, dreary drama. Christopher Hampton, translating to English, revealed an absurdist black comedy and it became a hit.

Payton, nine-time All-Star, ‘trippin’ ‘ over enshrinement

Gary Payton talked a lot of trash during his storied 17-year NBA career. But he didn’t have to talk his way into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. His play on the court did that for him.

Wildcats run over Rebels in UNLV’s home opener, 58-13

The Rebels never had a chance Saturday night against Arizona, and if getting routed 58-13 wasn’t bad enough, the night was one big comedy of errors at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Arizona opens strong, crushes UNLV 58-13

Arizona cruised to a 58-13 victory over UNLV tonight at Sam Boyd Stadium after scoring 45 points in the first half.

Uniting Mexican voters here, there

Latino votes carry major political clout in the United States. Even presidential and congressional elections have turned on them.

Holidays (and bazaars) just around the corner

While we might not feel it yet, summer is fading fast and the promise of fall is oh so close. And you know what that means: crisp, juicy apples; Halloween candy; and the Review-Journal’s annual listing of holiday bazaars.

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