A True Reno Icon! Catch Pam M-F 7pm to Midnight!
With the closure of bars and restaurants for 30 days, business owners are creating new options for customers as well as the capability to keep some cash flow amidst the implemented COVID-19 policies. Reno/Sparks has over 203
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via pixabay This is the right time to incorporate Spock’s Vulcan greeting into our daily lives. It’s cooler. Sunday churchgoers are being asked to not shake hands during “the sign of peace.” Sanitary gloves and masks are
photo by permission of Mt Rose Ski Tahoe Tahoe avalanche dogs have fun. Period. Almost every Tahoe area ski resort has a crew of avalanche dogs. These pups are stars. They even have their own
Take a look at any mountain around the globe and the name “Burton” is seemingly everywhere. It’s on snowboards, jackets, bindings, gloves and mittens, backpacks, beanies, hoodies and so much more.
The 2019 Municipal Equality Index is out – and the City of Reno has earned a perfect score. The City of Reno’s Human Rights Commission made the announcement Tuesday and explained how this rating came to be.
AHHH!!! The thrill of ice skating in Downtown Reno, a handy cup of hot chocolate nearby, family, friends….it all makes for good times this winter season. But before you head to Greater Nevada Field, turn your skates
It’s difficult not to notice that throughout the summer and stretching into mid-October, patches of snow remain on many of the peaks in the Sierra Nevada – remnants of last winter. Locals began boasting about “Snowtember” when
Street Vibrations is now in its 25th year in Reno, the 4th largest motorcycle event in the country. Reno’s Finest are on hand to make sure the event runs safely and smoothly. It’s now a
The man behind many of the Dead’s lyrics, Robert Hunter, has died at the age of 78. Hunter wrote for Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello and declined Jerry Garcia’s offer to join his band in 1961. If you
100 metros across the US were recently studied and HOT DAMN! Reno Ranks #2 as The Best City for families looking to buy a house. A financial technology firm, SmartAssets, completed their study recently and Reno took
credit: airnest productions ltd. & air guitar world championships On Friday, August 23rd, a new Air Guitar World Champion was crowned in Oulu, Finland. Oulu has hosted the competition for the last 24 years. Rob
A portion of Rancho San Rafael Park will turn into a vintage trailer park this year for Hot August Nights!
The heat is on and the lure of Lake Tahoe jolts the impulse to sink your toes in the sand. Before you make the pilgrimage the first surprise is the fact that all the heavy “pow” that
Aerosmith has been rocking Las Vegas with their Deuces Are Wild residency at The Park MGM Hotel which runs through July 9th. Friday night, June 28th, Paul McCartney performed across the street at T-Mobile Arena. The two
The foodie scene in Reno sure is growing at a fast pace. In some instances, restaurants that opened a little more than a year ago are being replaced by new ones! Finding a hip culinary “foodgasm” around
When the iconic movie “Woodstock” was released in 1970, something was definitely missing. Creedence Clearwater Revival!
It has been the never ending winter of 2019. In fact, during the last week of May, Squaw Valley has added yet another foot and a half of snow! The high price of a lift ticket at
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Finally! Pammy gets inked!
Marce Herz, former teacher & co-founder of the Sky Tavern Jr. Ski Program, will have a new middle school named after her in South Reno set to open in August of 2020. A teacher as well as
Febru-BURIED is right! We’ve gotten a lot of snow in the Sierra this year! Can you remember a more severe winter season than this one? Fact – 24 out of 28 days in February had measurable
When it comes to rock stars no one makes my heart skip a beat like David Coverdale from Whitesnake. David visited the KOZZ studios around 2000 and I had the pleasure of meeting him. You can
“Bohemian Rhapsody” has become the most successful music biopic of all time!
Finding yourself a bit strapped due to holiday shopping? Reno rockers may just have to look under the bed, in the attic, the garage or the extra closet and find some vintage baggage you’ve been hoarding could
Todd Rundgren has achieved diverse musical success. The uncanny ability to play almost every musical instrument, audio production and engineering records from The Band, Cheap Trick, Grand Funk Railroad, Meatloaf and so many more. He’s known
French Fries can be found at literally any restaurant in Reno. The savory, extra special fries can be a bit more difficult to find. OK, mom made the best! Mom put effort into slicing them to perfection,
The golden hues, a spattering of yellow, orange and every color you might find in your crayon box are on Fall display in Reno and the Truckee Meadows. The temperatures dip just a bit, but before you can
Rod Stewart has rescheduled his concert tonight 8/28 at the Reno Events Center. So its a game changer tonight. Forget the dinner plans and the hot date. The word is Rod has been forced to reschedule his
KOZZ’s Pam Farris selling her biker crafts @ Sturgis 2006 Jim McClain has been KOZZ’s
I first noticed the GSR driving range while attending an outdoor concert at the old Reno Hilton Outdoor Amphitheater. The Reno Hilton outdoor stage in the parking lot brought big names and great memories, along with someone
Yes the thermometer shows It’s Hot! Fortunately, just about a 45 minute drive away Lake Tahoe is one of the best places to simply soak rays, congregate with outdoor lovers just like you and commune with nature.
Artown is full of events and activities for every age and whatever your heart’s desire throughout the month of July but only one event literally goes to the dogs. Art Paws is Reno’s premier pet event of
Record Store Day is April 21st. and if you love the smell of a record store like I do, this is the day to trip on all the festivities, deals and special releases. I have enjoyed
There’s a good chance every one of us has experienced an attempted phone scam or seen fraud scams rear their ugly heads. There’s the Prince in Nigeria who has declared you a long lost relative and
Walking across the Virginia Street Bridge you see it. People giving “high fives” whether its a weekend stroll, attending a Pub Crawl, or the Reno Wine Walk. Driving Interstate 580, 80, or Hwy 395, bikers give the
Cruising Natural Hot Springs Around Reno, Nevada Natural hot springs are prevalent throughout the State of Nevada, with the Washoe Indians enjoyed quality time with their families at various hot pools. A massive hydrothermal belt interspersed with
I can’t help but reflect on one of my first and best concert experiences while I fill-in for Jave Patterson this week. All week I’m giving away tickets to see The Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton
The weekend of June 16th-18th is truly a celebration of the beginning of the summer season. From the Reno Rodeo, The BBQ, Blues and Brews Festival… there are a multitude of things to do. Father’s Day, Sunday,
Warmer temperatures are in the forecast and it looks like spring will really be in full bloom soon. With the mercury rising you can begin to see the snow in the foothills and surrounding lower elevations begin
The late Leonard Nimoy has a special place in my memory. In Tahoe City some years back, I was picking up a to-go order at a restaurant with an outdoor deck overlooking the lake. An older
It had been many years since I took the short drive to Virginia City and spent the night at an authentic gold rush era hotel. I picked the Silver Queen Hotel as it was dog friendly and
Can treasure hunting the many thrift stores that dot the Reno-Sparks landscape get better than this? It’s very doubtful, and you surely couldn’t hit them all in one day! The term “thrift store” was unknown to me
Another Day In A Reno Flood Zone The surge of water on the Truckee River from Lake Tahoe at elevation 6200 feet, plummeting down to the Truckee Meadows at elevation 4500 feet is quite a