The Reno High School Orchestra presented its spring concert with a bit of a twist this year, playing Camille Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals, with humorous narration written by poet Ogden Nash. The suite of musical movements has been played all over the world, but this may be the first playing of the famous piece […]
If you can't get out to a campsite this Memorial Day weekend, you can bring one of the treasured campfire traditions inside. Try these delicious indoor S'mores if you can't find a fire pit. All you need is an oven and of course chocolate, graham crackers and big puffy marshmallows. Here's what you do: Take […]
Lily waits for the mail during Saturday's Stamp Out Hunger Food drive in Reno
A family outing at Lake Stanley near Lakridge Golf Course in Reno
Winter is always fun for kids, but this one was less than impressive. I don't know about you, but it seems like we had a long fire season, a short ski season, and now were on the verge of fire season again.
Old Man Winter gave one last try toward the middle of April but by […]
How do you move beyond your winter wardrobe with black turtlenecks and snow boots into a fresh fashion statement for spring? The answer is simple: Color! I spent an hour with Isha Casagrande, wardrobe consultant and personal shopper for The Summit, and emerged with the know-how to put together my spring wardrobe.
Turns out it's all […]
Wooster High School presents "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" this week, starring the Wooster Players. Performances are Wednesday, March 14 through Saturday, March 17 at 7pm. There's a matinee performance on Sunday, March 18 at 2pm. Wooster's theatre department offers this award-winning musical comedy about six young people who learn that winning isn't everything. […]
Ten to Twelve inches of new snow and sunny skies in the Sierra. Time to ski! I took an informal poll at Mt. Rose the other day and found people from San Jose to Reno are eager to get back on the runs. The latest storm should help us entice tourists and locals, and add […]
I got a chance to see the Floral Design Center at Sparks Florist on the day before Valentine's Day. Imagine more than a thousand bouquets; big, small and in-between. And the smell is like a bouquet of roses on steroids. Because Valentine's Day falls on Tuesday this year, more people order flowers. Why? Because they […]
This wooly-haired llama in southwest Reno saw his shadow which means at least 6 weeks of sunshine in Northern Nevada!