Arts and Culture

Montrêux’s 18th Annual Concert on the Green

Montrêux’s 17th Annual Concert on the Green, 2017 Montrêux’s Concert on the Green is back again for its 18th year, on Sunday, July 29th. This year’s concert theme is, ‘New Orleans, A Night in The Big Easy’, featuring the Reno Jazz Orchestra. Residents and members are invited to bring their picnic, blankets, and low back…

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Celebrating the 4th of July

With the 4th of July falling in the middle of the week this year, there are many events taking place before, during, and after the holiday to celebrate. The Reno Tahoe area is your hotspot for all the great events: Star Spangled Sparks, July 4 The Nugget Casino Resort will once again host the region’s…

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City of Reno Adopts New Flag

Pending specifications, this preliminary design will be that of Reno’s new flag. The City of Reno has adopted a new city flag as of April 25, 2018. In honor of Reno’s 150th birthday, the Arts & Culture Commission held a contest that allowed locals to submit their own flag designs. Prior to accepting submissions, the…

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Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series 2018

South Lake Tahoe’s Outdoor Arena at Harveys heats up every summer with music and fun, and this year it continues! This year’s series kicks off June 16th with Slighly Stoopid. Music returns to Lake Tahoe this summer with 13 different artists headlining at Harveys outdoor arena. Concerts for this year’s summer series run June to…

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Baseball Season Returns to Reno

Greater Nevada Field is home to the MiLB’s Reno Aces – the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Reno Aces kicked off their season with a win against the Fresno Grizzlies on April 5th. The Reno Aces games return to Greater Nevada Field for another season. Reno has been home to the Aces since…

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Strange Brew Fest is Coming

Written By: Farah Vitale Get your tickets in advance for Strange Brew Festival at the Brewer’s Cabinet. It’s a fun event full of interesting beers unlike any you’ve ever tried before. The creations are unique and have an unexpected and uncommon combination of flavors. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit “The Reno…

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Tofu House Gives Reno a Taste of Korean Culture

Written By: Farah Vitale Have you tried Tofu House yet? The new Korean restaurant on East Moana Lane is already a hit in Reno; it has only been open for two months, but its unique menu is drawing in crowds. This family-owned restaurant is friendly and comfy with traditional Korean decorations including framed Korean kites…

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New Design for Reno Flag Underway

Written By: Farah Vitale The City of Reno is creating a new design for an official municipal flag. The Reno Arts and Culture Commission is changing the design in celebration of Reno’s 150th birthday. The new flag will show how much Reno has changed since the current flag – designed in 1959. They are looking…

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Reno Won Big at the 2018 Best of Craft Beer Awards

The 2018 Best of Craft Beer Awards took place Jan. 26-28 in Bend, Oregon. Bend is a town in East Oregon that has become one of the country’s top beer spots in the last 10 years. But our Biggest Little City is known for having awesome local breweries. Reno took home nine medals. There were 86 beer categories…

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Veterans Create Winning Photography Piece

Local veterans have put together an award-winning collage of their best photography. They unveiled the collage at the Veteran’s Hospital on Jan. 23rd. The piece is called “Proud to be Reno”. It’s made up of 66 photos taken by about 2 dozen veterans in the VA Photography Group. The photography collage shows how the veterans…

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