Picture this; the date is 1815 in the Frankenstein Castle on the Rhine River in Germany. The family gathers for a holiday celebration, with all the peculiarities you would expect from a gathering at the Frankenstein’s Castle. Add to this the flavor of ballet and the thread of a classic Christmas tale, and you have this year’s “Son of a Buttcracker.”Read more
What happens when a couple who seems perfect from the outside decide to go their separate ways? Well, in “Divorce Party” they do just that, have a party to celebrate what they once had and mark their new beginnings.Read more
Reno Little Theater has taken on the monumental task of making some significant changes to the theater. Seats, Floor, Egress, and more.
Check out this video where Melissa Taylor takes us on a tour and tells us of what is to come.
For 33 years people have been converging on the Black Rock Desert to celebrate the Burning Man festival. Part of that ritual for many of these Burners is picking up supplies for this week-long event at Walmart. Yesterday I went to a Walmart in Reno, as I have done for many years now. Thier I meet some of these diverse and vibrant people, who were on their way to join the tens of thousands of their fellow burners in the Black Rock Desert just a few hours from Reno, NV.
Here is a video of some of my encounters.
Here is just a glimpse of this year’s Hot August Nights.
Every year car lovers gather in Reno for over a week of classic cars, music, and high octane fun.
Our videographer shows us a bit of what he experienced this year.
Check out his video.
A few days ago Mike Sion (Smiley Mikey) and I took a walk in Downtown Reno. We talked about his latest song, his next song, as well as his musical calling. I found it fascinating how he describes the process of creating the song and the video for the song “U Hate Love”.Read more
“Hot August Nights” pride themselves on providing a venue for the car lover. One of my favorite events is the auction.Read more
Just a few days away, we will be into July, and that means Artown. Along with the events that take place during the month, there are some of those events that encompass the entire month, giving everyone ample time to take part.
Here are a few of the ongoing Artown events that have caught my attention. This is a diverse group of shows, and diversity is undoubtedly part of the month-long Artown Celebration.
“Silent Sky” is a magnificent play based on a life well lived. Henrietta Swan Leavitt showed a devotion to theRead more
Review and Photos by Dana Nollsch Analysis by Norm Robins Truth is in the eye of the powerful, and asRead more