‘Local News Matters’ at Nevada Museum of Art

When local media outlets vanish, communities become “news deserts” and politicians, corporations and government officials no longer have to worry that the public will get wind of any plans, malfeasance or incompetence that could result […]

The arts

RN&R Supporters made Art Talks a success

Our sincere thanks go out to everyone involved in the RN&R’s Art Talks benefit Sept. 23. Your efforts and donations will help keep local journalism alive in Northern Nevada and Lake Tahoe. The fundraiser took […]


UNR responds to criticism of COVID policies

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Reno News & Review Sept. 22 asked the University of Nevada, Reno’s Office of Communications questions relating to some faculty members’ concerns about inadequate COVID-19 testing, crowded classrooms that lack distancing among […]

The arts

A look at Art Talks’ silent auction pieces

A signed lithograph by former President Jimmy Carter and artworks inspired by the beauty of the Silver State and California are among the more than two dozen fine art pieces offered in the Art Talks’ […]


Nevada history on 2 wheels

At the turn of the 20th century, some Nevadans rocketed into the future astride two wheels. Bicycles had been zipping along Reno’s roads since the 1890s, and innovators soon began bolting engines on to cycle […]

Letters to the Editor

Letters at Summer’s end

Cycle track should be on Center Street Thanks, Reno News & Review for reporting on the downtown casinos eleventh-hour attempt to redirect the long- planned Center Street Cycling Track to their front doors (RN&R, “Center […]


Reno as a cycling city: friendly, but deadly

The Reno metro area is nationally rated as a bicycle-friendly city, but also is among the 20 most dangerous U.S. cities for cyclist fatalities. Neither of those designations surprised Cathy Corrado of Reno, who for […]


Center Street Cycle Track derailed?

Advocates of the Center Street Cycle Track fear that downtown Reno casinos’ request for further study of the years-old plan, with 30% of its design completed, will delay or re-configure the university-to-Midtown project. The Center […]


(Not) Burning Man to rise on the playa

There will be no flaming 40-foot statue, high-rise temples or other elaborate, fantastical structures on the Black Rock Desert during the week before Labor Day – but several thousand campers are expected to be there […]


An open letter to the Washoe school board

Editor’s note: The Washoe County School District Board of Trustees, like many local school boards around the country, has recently become a battleground of anger and political division. The disputes often are over such issues […]