A city worker has been busy the last few days working on decorating the city’s Christmas tree. Hard to tell, but there are hundreds of tiny lights throughout the tree waiting to light up for the big reveal. Next come the ornaments…
While families are planning the upcoming holidays, this homeless woman will once again be spending it sleeping on the street. And with Covid cases on the rise around the country, the usual holiday services for the homeless will be curtailed or nonexistent
A journalist is a person who collects, writes, photographs, processes, edits or comments on news or other topical information to the public. A journalist’s work is called journalism. ~ Apple Dictionary I wanted to address the above comment, which was left on an article published by http://www.ThisIsReno.com, a local news website run by Bob Conrad, owner and publisher. The article, written by freelanceContinue reading “There’s always an asshole critic in the crowd …”
I was watching the CBS Sunday Morning program today where CBS’s Gayle King was interviewing now civilian Barack Obama and it brought back memories. Memories of a time of hope….
A new sculpture by artist Hunter Brown was installed recently in the Reno Midtown District. The stainless steel sculpture, titled Reciprocity, will greet visitors entering/exiting Midtown on Virginia Street through the newly completed roundabout at the south end of the district.
One of a number of one time Burning Man sculptures added to the Reno Neon Line District by Jacobs Entertainment. This sculpture sits on one of the many properties owned by Jacobs Entertainment situated along Fourth Street. In constant motion, this moving sculpture is constructed of various recycled metal auto parts and seems to moveContinue reading “Moving Horse Sculpture”
Our first measurable snow here in Reno is usually in the month of November, but not this early in the month. Looks like about 3 inches. Considering it was near 80 degrees just 2 days ago, the snowy temperature is a shock to the system
Someone placed a piano in the middle of the park along the river. Probably didn’t want to deal with the cost of having it taken to the landfill. This guy decided he would sit down and show us his musical talent. He sat on the concrete wall, talking to his imaginary audience, and at timesContinue reading “The wayward Piano Man…”
This fellow sets up along the river walk pathway nearly every day and attempts to show off his virtuosity…
Reno doesn’t really experience the explosion of fall colors that other parts of the country get to see. But I decided, since there’s a storm heading our way in the next few days (wind and snow, maybe?), I would venture out and try to catch the little color we do have before the winds knockContinue reading “Fall Colors….”