Issue: September 28, 2017

Dear Folks,

Our annual health guide this week considers how to deal with death. That may seem to be a contradiction in terms, but trust us—it does work under Jeri Chadwell-Singley's editorship.

Elsewhere in this week's issue, in news we examine how—for whatever reasons—there are plenty of people working to keep marijuana stigmatized though the public is supporting its legality. Bob Grimm looks at the Kingsman sequel, Marc Tiar checks out the Imbib bar, and Matt Bieker interviews a local photographer who did the latest Comstock photo project. In our 15 Minutes feature, we talk to author Jack Harpster about his history of our city, The Genesis of Reno.

Remember there are some print-only features, so be sure to pick up a print edition. Thank you for reading us.

Take care,

Dennis Myers

News editor

  • Punky brew

    The focus is on sour beers and barrel-aging at Imbib, and the draft selection does not disappoint.

    By Marc Tiar

    This article was published on 09.28.17

  • Get a round

    With a menu touting imported Italian tomatoes, cold cuts and cheeses—plus sauces, crusts and breads made in-house—Flat Earth Pizza clearly intends to provide that classic pizzeria experience, with a few modern touches.

    By Todd South

    This article was published on 09.28.17