|Saturday, March 26, 2016
RENO, NV ---- The Reno Bighorns (31-16) defeated the Idaho Stampede (18-30) 116-113 Saturday night in overtime at the Reno Events Center. With the victory over the Stampede, the Bighorns clinched the Pacific Division title and became the number one overall seed in the Western Conference for the first time in franchise history.
What is the difference between orgasm and ejaculation for men? Are you aware of these being two separate events? Have you ever experienced one without the other? This article will define the differences between male orgasm and ejaculation as well as give ideas and insight into how you can play with this wonderful human ability.
RENO, Nev. — Every week Oliver X from Reno Tahoe Tonight stops by to give us the best of the best entertainment picks going on this week in the Biggest Little City.
This week, get ready for marathon brainstorming, murder mysteries and an international DJ known for putting in WORK.
WATCH this clip to get the details on these must-see events of the week, and find out why Oliver X really is the authority on all things entertainment!
Text Natasha Bourlin
Photos Emily Rogers
Photo of Turning Point High School art by Antonio Aldea Mansilla
Imagine an expansive rectangular building constructed primarily of cinder blocks; dark, with a seemingly endless series of locks and just one small, covered skylight. Architecturally accurate or not, this picture is what Wittenberg Hall—Washoe County’s secure detention facility for juvenile offenders—feels like to a woman teaching within its walls. And two times each week, this teacher for Sierra Arts’ Arts Alternatives Program, Polly Peacock, gets to remove that skylight’s cover and let a glimpse of light into the young inhabitants’ lives through art.
Text Erika Cole
Photos Eleanor Preger
In the fall of 2002, a friend of mine introduced me to an interesting young couple in the East Village of New York City. We met in Thompson Square Park because they were finishing up at some sort of gathering there called an “Afterburn.” It was dusk as we strolled into the park, and I noticed people packing up colorful toys, torches, and hula-hoops, and stuffing costumes into their backpacks. Thompson Square Park in 2002 was still edgy, and I shrugged it off as a little odd but predictable, given the setting.
Northern Nevada's premier counterculture retail destination, The Melting Pot World Emporium turns twenty this month. The success and longevity of the popular Midtown store is a testament to the vision owners Monique and Eric Baron share about community and culture. Anyone who has walked through their doors can feel the energy and humming vitality in a store brimming with local and international clothing designs, popular brands, costumes, handmade jewelry and precious gem settings, textiles, accessories, novelty items, incense, oils and aroma therapies, spiritual books and products, a well-stocked pipe room and a ton of one-of-a-kind creations. The Melting Pot has also been a huge supporter of the arts as a local concert ticket sales outlet, and are a de facto nerve center for new event promotion and poster placement on their spectacular window, fronting South Virginia Street.
Text Amanda Horn
Photos Chris Holloman
Moving through the galleries seems more like dancing than walking. I swirl and dive through crowds comprised of playful children, curious adults, enraptured teens. Visitors of all ages stretch arms to touch screens, slide metal panels, spin a zoetrope. Galloping equines greet them. A four-foot tall terra-cotta Indian horse gazes, godlike, from across the gallery, keeping an eye on all passer-byes. Exquisite beaded regalia once owned by a Crow woman regally dresses a horse mannequin standing at attention in the center gallery. Prehistoric horses appear to be on the verge of walking out of their diorama to beckon for a stroke of the mane by human hands.
Text Oliver X
Photo Frank Haxton
“I am a HUGE nerd. Like, unreasonably nerdy. It's scary.” – AJ MillerOn July 11, 2008 me and a gangly dork from Fallon named Tommy Ingliss thought it would be bitchin to go to all the area 7-11 stores and drink as many slushies as we could possibly consume. After all, the damn things were free for one day only (one per customer and they were the 8-ounce size) and we could not pass up this opportunity. We called it the Brain Freeze Crawl. Tommy and I were both contributors to Reno Passport magazine, the now defunct mini monthly that was hip at that time.
Northern Nevada based favorites The Novelists' sound succeeds because their foundation is built around their reverent attention to songcraft and their hyper-literate lyrical proclivities. Exuberance trumps didacticism in their song catalogs. They do not fear the joy they have for making music – for caressing a note – and it is evident that The Novelists love the process of making music together and have a helluva good time doing so. The stellar musicianship, ensemble compositional skills and outstanding vocal abilities of band members Zack Teran (bass/vox harmonies), Justin Kruger (drums/vox harmonies) Eric Andersen (lead vox/piano/harmonies) and band founder Joel Ackerson (lead vox/guitar/harmonies) truly shine on their newest release Breaking the Script Book One and Two, a mixture of new tracks and new versions of familiar songs recorded by the full band.
Pioneer Underground 100 S Virgina Street
Tickets: General Admission $15 Adults, $10 Students
Tickets Available online at: pioneercenter.com
RENO, Nev. – Volunteerism is a key factor to a community’s well-being. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is partnering with Nevada Volunteers to host free forums across the state to hear from members of the community about what makes service and volunteerism work and what can be done to foster greater impact. Members of businesses, faith-based groups, municipal agencies, schools and colleges, nonprofit organizations and civic organizations, along with other volunteers, are encouraged to attend.
On their newest release, Soul Phatasaxtion, Mojo Green brings the fun and the funk, flexing their ensemble chops, while showcasing the immense talent of vocalist Jenes Carter to maximum effect. Always the focal point of the band's live shows, here, on the band's second studio album, Carter is the funky, front and center dime piece of the group's searing soul sound. Carter's range, tone, color, pitch and control have matured, allowing her to totally kill standout tracks like “Got It Going On,” “The Grind” and “Funk In Public.”
Top 5 Reasons to Book Your Trip to North Lake Tahoe
The epic North Lake Tahoe winter vacation of 2016 is waiting for you. Hurry up, this is the kind of year that goes down in history and you don’t want to miss out.
Features on The Peppermill's Edge Nightclub, Photographer Anicia Beckwith, Hamora, Mojo Green, Wild Garlic Pizza & Pub, Photographer Nicole Rene, and columns by Martina Young, Amanda Horn, Thomas Lloyd Qualls, Camie Cragg Lyman, Kayla Anderson, North Lake Tahoe and more!
Peppermill taps local artists to help create Edge Nightclub's new look.
Edge Nightclub nurtures creatives the way Bill Belichick covets draft picks. Management prizes their gifted employees, often helping to foster, guide and steward their career aspirations; supporting their drive for excellence. This is an ethos that can be seen property wide at The Peppermill. It's a top-down core value. The result is employees who are celebrated for being themselves and inspired to be the best at what they do. No small by-product of this high-belief culture is the high quality of the collaborative art developed from in-house ingenuity – empowering staff to be part of the creative process – even to shine.
“I wanted to use the Ugly Duckling, which I think a lot of people misinterpret as a story about transformation. It’s kinda funny because the Duckling didn’t suddenly transform into a swan, he was actually always a swan. So it was actually a story about misperception.” ~ My-Linh Le, Oakland-based choreographer, KQED, 23 January 2016
I've been a fan of Edward Howland for about six years now, after discovering his music through his wife Amber, and being blown away by the hugeness of his sound. The humble, self-effacing Howland blended dark rock, electronic and industrial elements into a menacing soundtrack to the apocalypse, with intelligent lyrical narratives and dynamic songcraft. Me and my girlfriend Shelly wore out his CD on numerous road trips and were stunned that Howland was not yet famous and had no commercial aspirations for his incredible music. The music sounds lethal. A sonic assault ministry. An earth moving thunder clap of dopeness that sounds like something you'd hear during the opening credits of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo or in deep space.
Nicole Rene, owner of FreeEnergyForce Photography, is an up and coming artist local to Reno. At 34, Rene is affluent, world traveled, straight to the point and a full-time mother who has spent several years working inside the modeling industry in numerous capacities. Rene enjoys modeling on a professional level saying, “A photograph is a perfect snapshot of time – I love it! I get to continue evolving within all aspects of photography; pushing my photographic eye into new realms of vision and seeking that next level is really what it's all about.”
SnowFest Takes Over North Lake Tahoe in March
Here’s a short history on SnowFest: In 1981, Alpine Meadows Ski Resort Marketing Director Bob Everson went to the Tahoe City Visitor’s Bureau with the idea that North Lake Tahoe hold a winter carnival to celebrate our region’s snow. When this idea was presented to the public, everyone got excited about it but then Everson was killed in a boating accident on the 4th of July. However, the community banded together to go through with the event in Everson’s memory and to celebrate winter in North Lake Tahoe.
Don't let the chill fool you folks. Even though there's snow on the mountains, March ushers in a spring season full of activities for the entire family. Here's our look at some of the cool things to do this month.
She lives in her own little fairytale. A magical place where dreams come true. A place where she can walk on the clouds and unleash her sparkle. The snowflakes kiss her innocence and dance on her pale skin. She waits in the snow and is not afraid because she knows she is always wearing her invisible crown.
“This is my story. My mistakes, my heartaches, my joy. My sorrow, my gifts, my undisputed truth.” - from Mike Tyson The Undisputed Truth HBO
Still considered the most fearsome fighter in professional boxing history, Mike Tyson's amazing life is told with wit, charm, and brutal honesty, as the champion exhibits an unflinching introspection, in often poignant journeys from a life that would lead him from pain to fame – and eventually to transcendence – in his disarmingly hilarious roller-coaster, one-man show Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth,premiering on February 6 at the Silver Legacy's Grand Exposition Hall during Big Game weekend.
In part one of our feature on Wild Garlic Pizza & Pub, we examined the importance of location in husband and wife team Dean Christopher and Elena Ramos' business model and how their “public house” inspired ethos drives their company's success, from the quality of their ingredients to the beer they pour. Here we share how their core values and central mission do not necessarily revolve around bottom line P&L forecasts or volume sales. It's something much more esoteric, yet essential to the human experience: called family.
Bryon Evans Films and Think Kindness.org team up to make moving documentary on African orphans in Kenya. I met Brian Williams in early 2009, shortly after the launch of Reno Tahoe Tonight. At the time, Williams was a popular martial arts instructor who was starting an organization that would help transform people's idea of global community. Since then the charismatic motivational speaker's has become one of America's most prolific young philanthropists and cheerleaders for the downtrodden and for the spark in all of us to do good by human kind.
Incline Village and North Lake Tahoe is still covered in snow, a perfect white wonderland for a quick adventure in the Basin. Here are some of the main events happening on the north shore all February long.
Lots to do this February: Black History Month, Mike Tyson Live at the Reno Ballroom February 6; Bob Marley's Birthday February 6 and the 7th Anniversary Party of your favorite indie zine Reno Tahoe Tonight at The Siena Hotel on February 6 at 7pm. Oh yeah, there's that big football game too that a few of you might watch too on February 7. We got you covered for that, so let's take a look at our picks for the month of February.
Featuring our interview with Mike Tyson; RTT's 7th Birthday Party; "Seeing Red," Model Molly Beth Bryant shot by photographers Clayton Beck and Wing Lee. Columns by Amanda Horn, Thomas Lloyd Qualls, Britton Griffith Douglass, Martina Young, Wild Garlic Pizza & more!
Old World Coffee will be representing Reno in the 2016 US Coffee Chamionship. The first round of this years competition is in Kansas City February 2nd-5th.
Saturday, February 6, 2016 – Lucky #7! Reno Tahoe Tonight's 7th Birthday/Anniversary Party at The Siena Hotel downtown Reno at 7pm.
Reno Tahoe Tonight, the indie alternative leader in the exposition of art, culture and community in northern Nevada, celebrates its seventh season with a rockin' event at The Siena Hotel, Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 7pm. Launched as a 16 page zine, the award-winning publication has grown to be a regional influencer, celebrating the culture from an underground, counterculture perspective, while showcasing stunning photography and the creative movers in local art, business and community.
Featuring Rainshadow Charter High School, Music 1.2.1. Program, Ms Reno Ink, Durham Ranch, Campo, SoDo, Wild Garlic Pizza, Model Brittney Brannagan, Isha Casagrande, Martina Young, Camie Cragg Lyman, Amanda Horn, and more!
Need a little pint of summer? Have a Maui Mana Wheat. This Wheat beer is unfiltered, handcrafted American-style Wheat infused with Maui Gold Pineapple. Mana Wheat is a crisp and refreshing wheat ale that is lightly hopped to allow the fruity sweetness of the pineapple to come through. At SixFour we cut this beer with an IPA to give it a bit more hops and add sweetness the IPA.
Happy New Year everyone. I hope you're all fat with ham, bubbly and full of good cheer. 2016 is off to a running start and by the time you read this you'll already be well into your New Year's resolutions. I have one that I am excited about: bringing all our readers more event news and activities in 2016 than ever before. So let's get started.
“I'm addicted to adventure. I can't stand routine and living a life where I'm not challenged everyday. I didn't choose the easy route so I fell in love with this quote: 'For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.' -Robert Stevenson.
Be That. That thing you want to do. Do that. That way you want to feel. Feel that. That one you want to be. Be that.
Yes, you. I am most definitely talking to you. The one who thinks these rules don’t apply to you. The one who thinks these tricks only work for other people. The one who thinks life is for everyone but you. Or maybe not everyone. But definitely not you. Yes, you. Of course, you.