The Discovery Museum is Not Just for Kids

May 03, 2018

While The Discovery was once a children’s museum, it’s not anymore. Patrick Turner, the Vice President of Marketing and Communications at The Discovery, said, “Over the last five years or so we’ve made a strong effort to reposition the museum as a science center that serves a broader demographic.” The Discovery has created several events that are for adults only, in order to better serve this broader demographic. Read More

Reno is Artown

May 03, 2018

Stuck in Reno this summer? Fear not! Instead of jealously watching the Instagram stories of your friends who somehow have the time and money to travel the world (guilty), why not explore some of the cool events in the Biggest Little City? If you love the outdoors like I do, you probably already know about all the fun things you can do in the area. But if you need more ideas for when you’re bored and don’t want to drive into the wilderness, there are plenty of fun events going on right under our noses. Read More

Best Outdoor Treasures in Reno and Tahoe

May 03, 2018

The Truckee river is filling up right now; accepting all of the snowmelt from the Sierras. When the weather gets warmer the water in the river gets a bit more bearable and is able to be optimized as a natural lazy river. Collect your inner tubes and pack two cars full of people because it’s time to float the river. Read More

How To Customize Your Drum Kit

May 03, 2018

I’ve played different kits over the years, constantly evolving the set-ups of each. My current kit began as a basic five-piece Pearl set. I first added a second floor tom, then later two more rack toms. The added drums were black, while the original five were burgundy.I reached a point where I wanted them all to be the same color, but actual drum wrap can get expensive, especially for an 8-piece kit. I did some research and put my mind to using simple vinyl adhesive. Read More

Reno’s Summer Food Festivities

May 03, 2018

Food Truck Friday starts Friday, May 18th. Every Friday from May until September a slew of food trucks park along the edge of the pond at Idlewild Park and serve guests until the sun sets. This is a great opportunity to experience a large variety of food and drink. Read More

Wolf Pack Radio Artist Spotlight: Plush Life

April 28, 2018

Stemming from Reno, the Plush Life collective has spanned across the entire West Coast region. From Reno and Carson City, to Portland, and Washington, the crew has all come together to produce some of the best music that’s out on the market today. It’s hard to draw comparisons to other artists within the hip-hop/rap community, and that’s the way they want it. Read More

Where Do We Stand: An Internal Conflict

April 28, 2018

There’s something in the air. The mist of our problems possibly or the political climate giving us a shivering fever. There are a number of factors honestly, but one thing is for sure - the tension is thick and I’m feeling it as I write for you today. Something that’s been on my mind has been the sexual assault and sexual harassment in various industries, the taboo it has been for years, the domino effect of Hollywood’s exposing of its elite, and what it means loving the art of abusers. Does us loving their films, their music, their shows, and the art they’ve brought into this world, make us anti-feminist? Are we supporting their abuse by finding comfort in their work? Is it time to boycott what makes us, us because of their actions? Read More