Arts and Culture

Moving Safely During a Pandemic

Moving can already be stressful enough but add in the current pandemic and you have a potential disaster on your hands. Perhaps you are even moving because of the current COVID-19 obstacles that have lead to job and lifestyle changes for many Americans. Before you begin your move, we have these essential tips to navigate…

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How the Coronavirus Could Affect Relocation

As humans contemplate the many ways that COVID-19 could change the world, there is no doubt that the effect on public health, the economy, and social behavior will lead to a shift in human geography. Beyond upending jobs, canceling pastimes, and messing with social lives, it may be time to alter some of your plans…

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Ride Out the Pandemic in Your Dream Home

In the real estate industry, the term dream home is thrown around a lot – and with good reason. Your home should be a dream come true. It is a space where you can express your personal style, comfortably unwind from the stresses of life, and where you can entertain your friends and family.   Americans…

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14 Dream Home Upgrades to Help You Shelter in Place

Dream home upgrades have become a favorite of celebrities and other American moguls over the years, creating these cool, tricked out houses. Now that the country is spending more time at home amidst the coronavirus, these lavish upgrades do not seem so out of place. LeBron James’ LA mansion with a marble-trimmed home theater sounds…

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Warm Your Home with these 2020 Fireplace Trends

Fireplaces are a great source of warmth during the winter season while also tying your living space together.  As a great place to congregate during intimate gatherings or a nice attention-grabbing piece at large parties, it may be daunting to choose a fireplace that is right for you and your home with all of the…

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Comfort Food in South Reno

South Reno is home to so many amazing restaurants, and we have narrowed the list down for you.  Here are some of our recommendations for restaurants with excellent food and drinks in the South Reno area. The Zeppelin offers a vintage atmosphere that sets up the tasting eye-catching handcrafted cocktails and delicious appetizers.  Taste the…

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Pumpkin is for More Than Just Your Latte

As the season changes into fall, many new fresh ingredients enter the supermarkets.  To help you in your fall cooking endeavors, here are some of our recipe recommendations to keep you warm and cozy as the Reno weather cools off. For breakfast, try these amazing pumpkin pancakes!  Top them with warm syrup, cool butter, powdered…

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It’s Not Too Early to Get Your Garden Ready For Spring

Gardening is a great way to get some fresh air and exercise while improving the curb appeal of your home. There is always a sense of pride when you complete a gardening project.  There is still plenty of time left in the fall to plant cool temperature vegetables and fall flowers.  Here is some advice…

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It’s Beginning to Feel a Lot Like Fall

Changing leaves and decreasing temperatures indicate that Fall is almost here! With the unpredictability of Reno weather, it’s best to be prepared for freezes and snow sooner rather than later. Read on some helpful information to ensure your transition from fall to winter is as smooth as possible. Winter and your Home Snow and ice…

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Stay in Shape this Fall

Has your daily workout routine gotten boring?  Experience Reno and its community by joining one of these awesome local events. Reno Running Fest Compete in age assigned heats in the Reno Running Mile or the Journal Jog.  The Reno Running Mile is a one-mile track laid out on Virginia Street, allowing you to enjoy Downtown…

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