Don’t Miss the Second Annual Reno-Tahoe International Art Show

There’s Artown, and then there’s the Reno-Tahoe International Art Show (RTIA). The former speaks for itself. And after its inaugural show in 2022, the latter is already making waves. The city-to-lakeside celebration of fine art and sculpture is one way Reno Creative Movement is working to position Reno, Nevada, as a nationally recognized destination for arts and culture. The mix of talent—local, national and international—includes the First Nations Indigenous Peoples Pavilion and playa art straight from Burning Man. Here’s what

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Comparing Reno’s Caughlin Ranch, Arrowcreek and Somersett Neighborhoods


For newcomers to Reno, I’m sharing a few differences among three of Reno’s most commonly looked-at neighborhoods in town. Caughlin Ranch, Somersett, and Arrowcreek are three master-planned communities in the area, each one offering unique amenities and a distinct lifestyle that make them popular choices to purchase in Reno. In this neighborhood spotlight, I’ll break down all the things that make them great places to call home, plus average sold listing prices and time spent on the market. Caughlin Ranch

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San Francisco Highest Cost of Living, Reno Near Median


If you’re already living in San Francisco, it will come as no surprise that the City by the Bay takes the top spot for cost of living—edging out even New York City. That’s according to a new interactive tool from Apartment List, which shows that housing in New York is 210% more expensive than the national average. It’s slightly higher than San Francisco at 20%, but San Francisco takes the top spot for overall cost of living because of higher

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Tesla Adds $3.6 Billion to Northern Nevada


In 2014, northern Nevada wooed Tesla to the Silver State, and like most regions looking to attract business, did so with a generous tax abatement package. At the time, the area was still recovering from the Great Recession, and Tesla was little more than a promising company that had only begun mass producing its electric cars two years earlier. It was a sign of Nevada’s growing commitment to diversification – a big “open for business” sign. Well, kick-starting the economy has

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Nevada Ranks Ninth in Nation for Entrepreneurs


The pandemic triggered unprecedented shifts in how and where we work and live, and a high demand for remote work flexibility paired with inflation has prompted entrepreneurs to look for opportunity. According to a new study, Nevada ranks ninth in the nation for entrepreneurs.  Best States for Entrepreneurs Harrington Group International recently released a study on the best states for entrepreneurs after analyzing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census Bureau, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis data from

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