Nevada Grown: A Year in Local Food
COOKBOOK OFFERS CHANCE TO REDISCOVER THE PLEASURES OF COOKING AND BUYING LOCAL.
PHOTOS BY NEVADA MAGAZINE STAFF
By Megg Mueller
Office environments can be dens of food iniquity; from Girl Scout cookies to leftover holiday candies, baking experiments to potlucks, there always seems to be somethi ... read more
Diving exploration team reveals the depths of famed ship’s history.
By RYAN HUGHES
It took only 50 years for the Lake Tahoe Basin to transform from an untouched oasis into a bustling asset of the logging industry. When Joh ... read more
One more day. It's something many vacationers and travelers wish they had, but seldom take even when they do. It's no secret that we're all busy, and getting back home a day early can make getting ready for the week that much easier. But staying just one more day can mean the difference between a quick glimpse and a comprehensive experience. So take the time to live your adventure to the fullest, and do something special on your one more day. You owe it to yourself. ... read more
Law, Order, and a Game of Chance
THE EARP BROTHERS SEEK THEIR FORTUNES IN NEVADA.
BY RON SOODALTER
Life in the Old West—Hollywood notwithstanding—was often mundane. The deadly gunfights and daring hold-ups were comparatively few. Yet, certain names have attained legendary status, selling countless books and millions of theater tickets, whi ... read more
Jokes aside, northern Nevada town is a little slice of heaven.
BY MEGG MUELLER
Sparks Councilwoman Julia Ratti had a big birthday wish.
"I was traveling to New York City and I grabbed Nevada Magazine at the airport and saw the Tour Around Nevada story," she recalls. "I posted on Facebook my birthday wish was for Sparks to win." ... read more