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Call her “Jane.” She provides low-cost, underground abortions in Reno where access to legal abortions is limited. View Story

“It’s important to come in grounded, clear, and unattached to your own personal stories and emotions. Because any energy I’m carrying, it will be carried through the work that I’m doing.”

“It’s important to come in grounded, clear, and unattached to your own personal stories and emotions. Because any energy I’m carrying, it will be carried through the work that I’m doing,” says sound healer Cheryl Lynn Bowers. View Story

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Craig Witt believes it’s possible to grow great tomatoes in the desert. He and his son create compost tailor made for desert soil by recycling organic waste from local businesses. View Story

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Patricia Elder, Lab Manager at the University of Nevada Reno’s School of Medicine, preps dead bodies for students to get hands on lessons in anatomy. View Story

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A Reno falconer turns her hobby into a small breeding business, keeping the ancient tradition of falconry alive. View Story

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Little kids love to climb. Lucky for them a Reno woman offers rock climbing for toddlers to boost their confidence and social skills. ” View Story

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