Plan for Play: Nevadans Encouraged to Share Input on Outdoor Recreation

Nevada Division of Outdoor Recreation and Nevada Division of State Parks release public survey providing Nevadans with opportunities to help shape the 2022-2026 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan and enhance Nevada’s outdoor recreation future. 

Do you enjoy exploring Nevada’s public lands, parks, trails, and waterways? Would you like to see new bike paths, playgrounds, or other outdoor recreation infrastructure in your community? Right now, all Nevadans have the opportunity to weigh in on key topics like these to help shape the future of outdoor recreation in their neighborhoods, communities, and Nevada-wide. Continue reading

Galen Brown Exhibit at Melhop Gallery º7077 Through March

It is with absolute pleasure that we announce the opening of local artist Galen Brown’s solo exhibition titled OCD,…………………..and finally some access to his work!

For appointments to view the new show and more information please contact

Brown was born in Reno in 1959 and raised in both Reno and at King’s Beach, Lake Tahoe. He was a dedicated junior ski racer on the Reno Falcons ski team and later the Lake Tahoe Ski Club, and a quiet loner in school who lacked direction until a ski accident rendered him immobile for six months. Brown began taking classes at the San Francisco Art Institute and wound up staying for the duration of his formal art education. He studied in China and New York, earning a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in 1988 and a master’s degree in 1990. Brown has exhibited his work in many group exhibitions at galleries and non-profit art spaces, but given his slow and methodical working style, he resisted selling his work to collectors, preferring to keep his bodies of work together….

Until now……

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Artist Janet Trobough Featured at Lost City Museum in February

Lost in a Dream

Paintings and mixed media work by Moapa Valley artist Janet Trobough will be on display in February at the Lost City Museum in Overton.

This February, various mediums from Trobough’s portfolio will be displayed together to showcase her artistic depth. Trobough, a self-taught artist, has painted in oils for many years. Native American themes are a particular interest. She also paints on gourds, exploring florals, landscapes, and contemporary subjects Continue reading

Tahoe South Launches Updated Travel Planning Website

Harrah's and Harvey's at the Lake integrates trip planning tools with
a new mobile friendly design

People dreaming of Lake Tahoe have a new digital resource for trip planning with ease at Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority recently launched the newly redesigned site. Tahoe South LogoThe enhanced version features wall-to-wall imagery with responsive mobile design all within a convenient and easy to read layout for consumers.

“As travel confidence returns in 2021 with the distribution of the vaccine, and as travel restrictions ease, visitors will be able to easily access important updates, plan their trips, and dive into all our destination has to offer through their phones and screens at,” said Carol Chaplin, CEO and president of the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority. Continue reading

Great Basin National Park Campgrounds Now Available for Reservation

Autumn color

Upper and Lower Lehman Campgrounds are now available for reservations, like Grey Cliff Campground, during the summer season at Great Basin National Park. Reservable dates for the 2021 season at Upper Lehman Campground run from May 28th through September 30th and at Lower Lehman Campground from May 28th through October 31st. Sites can be reserved at either facility up to six months in advance of your visit. Continue reading

Stewart Indian School Cultural Center & Museum Reopening January 19

Stewart Indian School MuseumThe Stewart Indian School Cultural Center & Museum announced today it is reopening to the public on Tuesday, Jan. 19, the day after the nation celebrates Martin Luther King Day.

“We are excited to reopen to the public and share our wonderful exhibitions,” said Bobbi Rahder, Museum Director. “We are following Governor Sisolak’s directive of requiring face coverings, use of hand sanitizer, and social distancing as we keep our visitors, volunteers, Stewart alumni, and staff healthy and safe.” Continue reading

Nevada Department of Transportation Prepares for Winter Snow Removal, Offers Winter Driving Tips

NDOT snowblower

With winter weather forecast in northern Nevada, the Nevada Department of Transportation is prepared to help keep winter roads clear.

Winter Preparation

NDOT begins annual winter preparations in August by readying more than 80 snow plows and other pieces of snow and ice equipment for use in snow removal across northwestern Nevada.

Nearly 33,000 cubic yards of salt and sand have been stockpiled in the area, ready to be spread on winter roads for increased traction and safety.The sand is combined with salt and wetted with brine to create more dense sand that keeps roads ice-free at lower temperatures and will not as easily bounce off roadway surfaces. NDOT sand trucks calibrate the amount of salt and sand, spreading the mixture on roadways with extreme precision and efficiency. Continue reading

Judy Chicago: A Fireworks Story at the Nevada Museum of Art

Artist, feminist, educator, and intellectual, Judy Chicago first got to know the Nevada Museum of Art in 2018 when her Atmospheres were included in Laid Bare in the Landscape. The exhibition brought renewed focus to her connections to Land Art. Since then, the Museum has been working with Chicago to acquire her fireworks archive for the Center for Art + Environment Archive Collections.

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