Arts and Culture

Yarn Store Gives Back to Kids Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Written By: Farah Vitale After the tragic result of Hurricane Harvey, a yarn store in Reno is trying to help. The store, Jimmy Beans Wool, has partnered with Blue Skies Fibers, to sell Royal Petite Knit Kits and create teddy bears. Every kit that is sold raises $10 to The Knowledge Is Power Program and gives a bear to…

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New Brewery-Distillery in Reno

Written By: Farah Vitale The Mill Street Still and Brew brewery-distillery is one of the few companies across the country to combine the creation of both beer and spirits in one spot. It is the second for Reno, but the only distillery in Nevada to use a vacuum distillation process. The head, Melissa Test originally started brewing for…

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Get Ready for Oktoberfest!

Written By: Farah Vitale Reno and Tahoe have their own Oktoberfest, filled with German beer and food! On Sept. 23rd, get ready for Oktoberfest games and Bavarian music! The amazing festival helps out the community by donating all proceeds from beer sales to High Sierra Lacrosse Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports student athletes. The…

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Murals Fill Up Reno

Written By: Farah Vitale Murals have been spreading throughout Midtown and making their way downtown. The murals are all over the place, covering fences, alleyways and on the walls of businesses. The goal of these murals is to help stop graffiti and give life to our city that is continuing to fill up with amazing art.…

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Interbike Moves to Reno-Tahoe

Written By: Farah Vitale As of 2018, Interbike will be held in Reno and Lake Tahoe! The largest cycling trade show in the United States is moving from Las Vegas to Reno for a bigger financial impact. On top of that, Reno is a mix of world-class venues, a variety of hotels, the OutDoor Demo,…

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Get Ready for the Space Whale!

Written By: Farah Vitale The Space Whale will soon be in downtown Reno! It’s a 50-foot-tall glass and steel sculpture, This 50-foot-tall glass and steel sculpture,  shown at Burning Man in 2016, will be dedicated downtown at the Reno City Plaza on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 8:15 p.m. This is exciting news for the City of Reno, as more and more art continues…

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Reno unveils “Master Plan”

Written By: Celeste Harper ReImagine Reno is the Biggest Little City’s multi-year project in efforts to reexamine the way our city is perceived as well as designed. The City’s “Master Plan” has been released to the public. The vision, required steps and timeline for this project are explained in this master document. A survey was…

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Ike & Martin Playing at Barracuda

Written By: Celeste Harper What happens when a Southern boy and an Englishman cross paths? Absolute Magic. This Saturday, August 5th, from 6 pm to 9 pm the duo is going to be rocking the night away at the Barracuda Championship here at Montrêux. Live. Acoustic. Kickass. For those who have never had the pleasure of watching…

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Kid-Friendly Activities in Reno

Written by: Celeste Harper In a town known for it’s bustling casinos and appreciation for craft beer, you might be surprised to find Reno is quite family-friendly . Check out this fun filled list of activities for your family to do this weekend. Discovery Museum This museum is a true treasure in Reno. Originally funded…

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Wine, Beer, and Paws

Written By: Celeste Harper Clear your schedule, mark your calendars, and grab the leash because not one, but two different fundraisers for man’s best friend are taking place the third week of July. Paws 4 Wine Tasting Date & Time: July 13th 6 pm – 8 pm. Tickets: $20-$25 Wine is best paired with tail…

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