Reno Tahoe

Stay in Touch with Reno-Tahoe Culture

Written By: Farah Vitale Reno’s culture has done a 180 and is now a pedestal for art and music. Looking back at Reno over the last five years, the difference between now and then is staggering. Be sure to take full advantage of the beauty throughout our city. Burning Man exhibit at Nevada Museum of Art…

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Sports Complex Coming to South Reno

Written by: Celeste Harper Great news for the Reno indoor soccer community: in 2018, the second location of Reno Sportsdome will be opening in the South Meadows area! The second location will be 120,000 sqft of indoor turf and courts. Reno Sportsdome decided to expand to South Reno due to full leagues and high usage year round.  “We reach capacity in the…

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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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I-580 Final Segment Complete

Written By: Celeste Harper August 2nd, the last leg of I-580/U.S. 395 was completed. This 9 mile project broke ground originally in 2000. Benefits of the Project Before interstate 580, Nevada was one of the few states that did not have an interstate connecting to the State’s capital. With the final segment completed, Reno and…

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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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Sprouts Farmer’s Market Coming To South Reno

Written By: Celeste Harper This September South Reno will have a new grocery store that is committed to quality products at an affordable price. Sprouts Farmer’s Market At Sprouts Farmer’s Market, their mission is to have you one step closer to a healthy lifestyle by buying natural and organic ingredients at a convenient price.  …

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TMCC: Free Tuition For Class of 2018

Written By: Celeste Harper In 2015, the average student loan debit for a Nevadan was just over $23,000. However, for the graduating class of 2018 a free admission to college maybe in their future. Nevada Promise Scholarship As apart of a “last dollar program” this scholarship is not based of off academic performance rather if…

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WCSD plans for Wild Creek Golf Course

Written By: Celeste Harper Washoe County School District (WCSD) is taking on an ambitious timeline of just five years to complete a new high school at Wild Creek golf course. The new high school would replace the dated Hug High School by 2021. Location, Location, Location. The Wild Creek High School will be the first…

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Frontier Airlines Coming to Reno

Written By: Celeste Harper After a ten year absence, Frontier is returning to Reno. Frontier Airlines As a result of our growing community’s needs, the Reno Tahoe airport welcomes Frontier as our ninth airline.  On November 21st, the budget airline will have three weekly direct flights between Denver and Reno. Flights will be aboard the…

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