It is the last week of September, fall is upon us, and the annual Street Vibrations has left town, but not without leaving us with a few things to talk about.
This week’s episode features:
- The annual cat house run held during Street Vibrations
- Three theater shows that open this week
- Washoe County Commissioners speak out on legislative appointment process
- Hillside Cemetery development plans may be suspended, but the issue won’t die quietly, and
- Why affordable housing is a concern in Reno.
Thanks to our sponsor, Reno Open Studios. This Friday, Sept. 30 through Sunday, Oct. 2, 50 local artists will open their studios at 25 locations around the city. To support Reno art, visit RenoOpenStudios.org
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Ty O’Neil is a lifelong student of anthropology with two degrees in the arts. He is far more at home in the tear gas filled streets of war torn countries than he is relaxing at home. He has found a place at This Is Reno as a photojournalist. He hopes to someday be a conflict photojournalist covering wars and natural disasters abroad.