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The 5th Annual Reno Bites Week returns with 10 days of events on October 7.

The yearly celebration of Reno’s foodie culture is back with a bang and will have more than two dozen food establishments participating in the events that run from October 7 until the 14. Restaurants are offering specials and menus at $10, $20 and $30. The organization has chosen the befitting tagline “Break the Chain. Eat Local.” to advertise the eleven exciting events offered this year. Check the Reno Bites website for tickets and more information!

 

 

(The Brasserie St. James Portobello fries and Kolsch)

Reno Bites Kickoff, October 7 @ 5:30pm

Various Locations

Kick off the 5th anniversary of Reno Bites with a broadcasted overview of the event which will be

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What is all the hype about Reno? We’re here to tell you.

 

Northern Nevada has long-been known for being home to the largest alpine lake in North America, Lake Tahoe. But that isn’t all that the area has to offer. Reno lives up to its classic adage of being “The Biggest Little City”. From the views of the snow-capped Sierra Mountains to the tax-friendly business structure, it was easy to come up with 10 reasons we love living here.

 

  1. There’s always something to do

The Reno-Tahoe region is blessed with 300 days of sunshine annually. Combine that with four distinct seasons and it is hard to stay indoors on just about any given day of the year. With the abundance of mountains, lakes, rivers, sun and snow, the range and choices of outdoor

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The National Championship Air Races return to Reno for its 53rd year this week.

 

Photo courtesy of www.airraces.org

The weather is predicted for clear skies and early attendance numbers are through the roof, tracking ahead of last year’s races by 10% according to president and CEO of the Reno Air Racing Association, Mike Crowell. Attendance last year was up by 8% to total a whopping 150,000 attendees. Crowell hopes that this year’s will fall between 160,000 and 175,000.

The races will begin today, September 14 and run until Sunday the 18 at the Reno Stead Airport.

“The weather right now – knock on wood – looks good with beautiful mornings and nice afternoons,” Crowell said. “If we get great weather, I think we’ll see a boost in

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