Nevada Sings … join the world’s largest singalong!
Celebrate Nevada’s Sesquicentennial and help the state make history as it attempts to set a record for Most People in a U.S. State to Sing their State Song at Once. On Thursday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. join Governor Brian Sandoval, Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki, the Nevada 150 Commission and Nevadans across the state in singing Nevada’s state song, Home Means […]
Historic radio series chronicles Nevada folklife
Nearly 30 years ago, the Nevada Arts Council and its partners created a radio series that would chronicle Nevada folk heritage. The show included experts in local arts that include bit and spur making, the language of gaming, neon glass blowing, cradle-boarding, and more. In celebration of the state’s 150th birthday, the full 13-episode series “Home Means […]
Tell Us Why You Love Nevada
As Nevada celebrates its 150th birthday, the reasons to love our state have become abundantly clear to us; from our incredible outdoor adventures to our smokin’ hot nightlife, we have a taste of the good life for just about every appetite. We’re looking for your reasons to love the Silver State, however. All year long […]
Third Sesquicentennial Medallion Unveiled
The Nevada 150 Commission has unveiled its latest commemorative medallion, and it features some of the coolest landmarks in the state as voted on by local schools. Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki announced the winning design, which elementary students from more than 200 classes across Nevada voted on. The medallion, available in copper and silver, features […]