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Jazz, funk, rock and hip-hop collide for one night
Jazz compilations and alternative rock jamming meet and harmonize for one night Saturday at John Ascuaga’s Nugget, as trio Medeski, Martin and Wood take the Celebrity Showroom stage. MMW, as the Brooklyn-based band is often dubbed, is a story of a friendship dating back to each member’s early beginnings in the D.U.M.B.O. (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) scene exploring the late-night jazz world. And after officially coming together i...
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Have a little faith in John
Oddly enough, for someone with nearly a lifetime of celebrated songs and chart topping hits, John Hiatt is no stranger to slow starts.
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Nugget’s 2008 Wine Makers Dinner Series
Paul Hobbs winery starts off the series — and the holiday eating season — right
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Nugget’s Wine Maker Dinner Series caters to fine tastes
For many of us, picking wine to go with dinner simply involves stopping at the grocery store on the way home from work and grabbing a bottle of the appropriate color to go with the meal.
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Fashion designer dresses up for the ages
Carolyn Loftis doesn’t like to just dress up. She lives to dress up.
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Reno audience tips its hats to cowboy poets
Musician Wylie Gustafson and his band, the Wild West, and rodeo poet Paul Zarzyski wowed the audience Tuesday night with yodeling and cowboy poetry recitations at the Pioneer Center.
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American flags fly by the thousands at NMA
As young boy, Kit Hinrichs pulled an old tattered American flag out of a box and took it to school for show and tell. The flag was pieced together stitch by stitch by Hinrichs’ great aunt in 1865, in the midst of a nation divided by civil war. The family heirloom started a 40-year obsession for the designer from San Francisco, who has now collected almost 5,000 pieces of American flag history. Hinrichs’ collection will be on display at the Nev...
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Through a lens, behind the door
When Jennifer Garza-Cuen was younger, she carried a camera with her wherever she went, snapping photos along the way. "I was quite passionate," said Garza-Cuen, a professional photographer and art teacher at University of Nevada, Reno. "I was always photographing something. It really started to become a sort of diary for me." Since then, the Seattle native and avid backpack traveler has lived abroad for more than 15 years, documenting trips fr...
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Burner dancers heat up the weekend
Not many people play with fire and live to tell about it.
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Reno conductor candidate brings flair to the podium
On Rebecca Miller’s wedding day, she and her husband shared their special song.
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Teton Gravity Research film amps up for the winter
From the makers of “Lost and Found” and “Anomaly” comes another extreme mountain sports video, promising bigger jumps and even bigger mountains to excite any skier or snowboarder for this upcoming powder season.
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Santana brings four decades of Latin rock to Reno
While the turbulent culture of the 1960s swirled around his San Francisco neighborhood, a Latino teenager sat beneath the dim lights of a local nightclub, tickling staccato melodies from the guitar at his fingertips.
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REO Speedwagon to tap into nostalgia tonight at Silver Legacy
The Silver Legacy will have a blast from the past tonight when midwestern '80s rock band REO Speedwagon takes the stage at the Silver Legacy.
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Comedian comes home for a night of laughs
Nevada funny man K-Von will kick off a night of laughs with comedian Jamie Kennedy Saturday at the Grand Sierra Resort.
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Christian stars Auge, Brewster to rock at Rock Church tonight
Christian rock musician Joel Auge has learned a lot on his path to music and in life and, as it turns out, “exaggerating the truth” just doesn’t pay.
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Animal lovers rejoice in the touching tale of Dewey
If you’re reading this column, it’s pretty safe to assume you like books.
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