Artown’s People Project is up and running throughout Midtown. Check out all of the sculptures at local businesses, and watch the video below for more details on this first-time business-art collaboration. Artown is also sponsoring […]
Sunday, July 5 Start your post-Fourth of July celebration with brunch at the Nevada Museum of Art. Judith Rocky will be performing from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at chez louie. Brunch is free and open to […]
By Dana Nollsch “The Last Call At The Old Southwest,” running at Good Luck Macbeth, explores the gay bar scene over a 20 year expanse, centering around a gay man and begins with his coming […]
Reno’s favorite marching band, MarchFourth, leads us along Riverside Drive with their kaleidoscope of visual and musical energy. View photos below.
The Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) announced this week the #ShareYourStory initiative to offer the public an opportunity to bid farewell to the historic Grand Theatre in style. This project allows patrons to recount […]
The Bureau of Land Management issued today a statement in response to controversy ignited by a Reno Gazette-Journal story Friday about the BLM’s request for what some are calling outrageous amenities for this year’s Burning Man celebration. […]
Travis Calvert’s completed short film debuted today online. Calvert won Kevin Spacey’s short film contest in April after a worldwide competition. “Back in January I entered Jameson’s First Shot screenwriting competition,” he said. “It is […]
A piece of art was ripped off the wall and stolen from the Singer Social Club this week. The incident was caught on security camera and caused a “I-hope-you-catch-this-guy” furor on the Club’s Facebook page. […]