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Last week in review: What’s hot on This Is Reno May 17-23


weheartbikesflyer1-190x300-4112309-8634822By Kendra Fleming

Here’s a List of businesses that did and did not sell to minors on St. Paddy’s Day

Members of the Regional Street Enforcement Team (SET) conducted an underage compliance check operation during the River Walk District’s St. Patrick’s Day Wine Walk with the help of two underage female volunteers. 16 of the 19 locations failed the compliance test with the exception of one business neither passing nor failing because they were out of alcohol. The list of businesses who passed and failed can be found by going to the link listed below.


Sherriff’s Office arrests 6 subjects for multiple burglaries in North Valleys

With the help of residents living in Cold Spring, WCSO Patrol Deputies arrested three male suspects on charges of burglary, leading to the arrests of three more male suspects in more cases of burglaries. Their method of burglary was knocking on the doors of people’s homes who they thought weren’t home, and if they were they would say they were looking for a certain friend. The suspects are believed to be linked to six other burglaries.


Bike Project hosts 7th annual We HeART Bikes art show

The Reno Bike Project (RBP) hosts a fundraising art show once a year to showcase and celebrate art and the bike culture in Truckee Meadows. This year’s event is highly anticipated. This family friendly event will be held on April 6 at the Holland Project at 140 Vesta street. Food and drinks will be served and a percentage of the money made from the art sales will benefit the Reno Bike Project.


The Summit welcomes Dan Davis as marketing manager

Dan Davis has been hired as the marketing manager for the Summit Sierra Mall. With his position comes the responsibility for the local and regional on-proper consumer marketing. Bringing more than a decade of award winning communications and marketing experience, the team at the Summit is happy to have him on board.

Kendra Fleming
Kendra Fleming
My name is Kendra Fleming. I am 20 years old and currently a junior at University of Nevada, Reno with a major in English Literature and a minor in Cultural Anthropology. I love volleyball, soccer, hanging out with friends and warm weather. Born in California and raised in Las Vegas, I have always wanted to have a career that’s involved in the area of English, but I was never sure what until my sophomore year in college. I am an English literature major with the hopes of becoming an editor after college, but for now I am working on my writing. To be a great editor, I need to be a good writer as well. I can only get better with more practice outside of my scholarly studies.