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Reno’s Artown Festival is Back and Better than Ever!

Explore the Arts & Culture Scene with Reno’s Artown Festival By: Oliver X  July 2021…

The Outlets at Legends offers Quality Shopping in Reno

Save up to 70% off brands you love shopping in Reno   Located adjacent to…

Eldorado Resort Casino: An Underrated Gem in The Row

World-Class Gaming, Casual Luxury, Endless Dining and Relaxing Fun By Maya Hunt Stretched over four…

The GO Local Tahoe eGift Card: A Win-Win

A new way to experience and support South Shore businesses. Whether you’re grabbing a mouthwatering…

Travel Safely, Adventure Greatly

Explore all Carson Valley and Lake Tahoe have to offer. By Natasha Bourlin It feels…

Sierra Scavenger Hunt

Explore the art, history, museums and beautiful vistas on this interactive tour By: Annie Flanzraich…

Star Navigator Fayth Ross

Star Navigator Fayth Ross
By Natasha Bourlin
When she saw her eldest son, a super-finicky eater attending an Urban Roots farm camp, pluck kale from the ground, eat it, then suggest the family have it for dinner, a passion — not just incredulity — ignited for the organization within Fayth Ross.

Star Navigator Chuck Shapiro

Star Navigator Chuck Shapiro Owner of Wildriver Grille
By Natasha Bourlin
The pandemic’s impact is widespread, but the arts, animal-based nonprofits and children’s causes have been especially hard hit.
So, Chuck Shapiro of Wild River Grille took them all on using restaurant proceeds.
Not that restaurants haven’t been heavily affected as well. However, Wild River Grille, celebrating its 14th anniversary in June 2021, has been “super crazy busy” since reopening its doors in May, Shapiro says.

Star Navigator Stacy Montooth

By Natasha Bourlin

A citizen of the Washoe Paiute nation born on a reservation in Schurz, Nev., Stacey Montooth is charged with being the liaison between the governor’s office and the more than 60,000 Native Americans spread amongst 27 tribal governments within the state. Her mission is to improve the quality of life for these indigenous peoples.

The Great Pandemic Pivot

Extraordinary people conquering extraordinary times.
By Natasha Bourlin
Many people and businesses have suffered during the pandemic, but many others have strived toward new goals while positively affecting others. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, stories abound of organizations that have pivoted as gracefully as a ballet dancer towards new ways to serve their community, and even save their businesses. Inspiring people instilling new tactics relevant to the times to pursue their goals. Like these four forward-thinking folks.