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Found 4 entries for January, 2018.

Where there is snow, there is fun to be had. We have compiled a list of the best places to sled and learn to ski with the whole family!

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Tahoe’s major resorts have expert instructors which gives parents the opportunity to fly down the black diamond runs while kids learn snow-play skills and mountain etiquette. Each resort has programs directed towards different age and ability levels – and lessons for the parents too!

Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows

Squaw Kids and Alpine Kids are two programs offered by the resort that set out to entertain and teach children in a supportive and secure atmosphere. Full day lessons with lift tickets and rentals run at $289. The base of Squaw Valley is also home to

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Along with Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve, Apple CEO Tim Cook surprised us all with his appearance at the groundbreaking of the new data center in Downtown Reno.

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The new $4 million warehouse is a small extension of Apple’s already wide footprint on the Reno area. The company has announced plans to invest $350 billion in the U.S. economy over the next five years, including doubling the size of its $1 billion data center east of Reno.

“We are pleased to be part of transforming downtown Reno to the vibrant city it should be,” Cook said at the ceremony. “Our commitment to Reno and Northern Nevada is representative of the commitments we’ve made throughout the U.S.”

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The Cyclocross National Championships were just held near the University of Nevada, Reno, over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend.

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Las Vegas’ CrossVegas is one of the best-known cyclocross events in the U.S. and the first place that a World Cup was hosted, so it only makes sense that the event should come to Reno. Right? The 2018 USA Cyclocross National Championships took over Rancho San Rafael Regional Park from Tuesday, January 9 until Sunday, January 14.

Cyclocross is considered one of the fastest growing events in the world of cycling. Even the best racers get a challenge because of the tough conditions of the course. Reno has plenty of challenging terrain and natural obstacles for the 1,500 athletes

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Jonathan Wright of the RGJ has prepared a bird’s-eye view of how Reno’s food scene has evolved over the past year.

In 2017, the foodie scene in Reno flourished like never before. Many new restaurants opened, online food services arrived and officials essential to Reno’s reimagining made their acknowledgements.

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1)      Restaurant Openings

They say that to go into the restaurant business, you have to be willing to be lucky. Last year, we saw that many folks showed that they were more than willing. Baski Acai Café arrived in Midtown with their trendy Acai bowls, along with sushi burritos from Finbomb Sushi Burrito. Arario mixed up the crowd by bringing Korean fusion to Midtown and Bab Café bringing the Korean

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