Issue: September 21, 2017

Hi, and welcome to this week's issue of the Reno News & Review. Tomorrow is the official first day of fall, and it's actually starting to feel like it outside. If you missed it, be sure to check out last week's issue to see our annual Fall Guide, which is full of entertainment recommendations to help ease your transition back inside from the great outdoors.

Our feature story this week is a fall theater preview from Jessica Santina. In it, you'll find everything you need to know about what our local theater companies will be getting up to in the months ahead. Over in the Musicbeat column, we've got a story about this weekend's inaugural Bud & Brew Music Festival to take place at Wingfield Park in downtown Reno. And be sure to check out the Arts&Culture section for a story from Arts Editor Kris Vagner about a piece of Banksy art that'll be making its way through Reno.

As always, you'll find a restaurant review from Todd South. This week, he visited Redwood Rotisserie + Grill on the corner of Plumb and Kietzke lanes. Our Drink columnist, Marc Tiar, made a stop at the new Alibi Ale Works Truckee Public House.

Don't forget to grab a copy of the paper while you're out. It's the only way to see some of our cartoons and columns, including Streetalk. This week, I asked folks to tell me their personal favorite plays.

Happy reading!

Jeri Chadwell-Singley

RN&R Special Projects Editor

  • Truckee stop

    Set just north of the main drag in historic downtown Truckee, Alibi Ale Works occupies a 110-year-old building.

    By Marc Tiar

    This article was published on 09.21.17

  • In rotation

    It’s clear someone earned their pay transforming the former Carrows on Plumb into Redwood Rotisserie + Grill—a restaurant reminiscent of a hunting lodge, complete with rough-hewn stone work and animal trophies.

    By Todd South

    This article was published on 09.21.17