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Long-Running Nostalgic Events Return

Two of Tahoe/Reno’s most beloved events are once again set to occur in August. Hot August Nights, Reno’s tribute to classic cars and rock...

Black and White Superball

It’s December, that time of the year when it’s impossible to tune out the jingle bells, Christmas lights, and holiday sales. Assuming that we all...

GET OUT & GO: World War II Triple Ace Bud Anderson...

WWII fighter pilot is Grand Marshal of Truckee's AirFair

Acoustic Africa

Tuesday, March 22nd, Cargo Concert Hall, Reno

Winter Solstice

The Sun enters into Capricorn on Dec. 21. This marks the time of the winter solstice. This is the shortest day and longest night...

Sierra Valley Farms Barn Dinner & Benefit

Sierra Valley Farms hosted its final event of the season, the Barn Dinner & Benefit, on Sept. 21. Featuring Executive Chefs Mark Estee, Mike Trombetta, and Michael Plapp, along with music from guitarist Johnny Vernazza, the event raised money to fund solar panels for the farm.

Big Band in the Little City

At their April 20th show at Reno’s the Knitting Factory, Broken Social Scene kept their number modest with a max of 10 musicians onstage.

GET OUT & GO: Ski & Snowboard Movie Premieres

Future event you should know about.

Spirit Art

Natasha Stanton is an artist, most famously known for her paintings on wood, who lives at the hot springs in Sierraville.


Reno's own Bruka Theatre has decided to contribute to the cheery season with a hysterical performance geared towards bringing out the fun side of holidays. The underground theatre ensemble is currently performing 'Buttcracker' a parody on the timeless ballet, Nutracker, done 'in the spirit of ridiculous.' This version, however, is not recommended for the ballet purists, says Bruka.