Issues

March – April 2019

March – April 2019

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS ISSUE: Our ghost town series continues with an incredible cache of finds. We found more towns in one trip than any of our previous trips, and you can read Eric’s story on page 36. History takes a fun turn this issue. On page 22, read all about the “Wabuska Mangler” newspaper and […]

January – February 2019

January – February 2019

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE Happy New Year! This issue we’re jumping right onto those dirt roads; you’ll find our ghost town story on page 28, and on page 42 you’ll read about great places to fuel up (you, not your car) in Austin.  We’re debuting a new arts and culture section this issue, also. It’s […]

November – December 2018

November – December 2018

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE Along with a chat with the governor, this issue covers a wide range of subjects. Walker River State Recreation Area opened this fall, and we’ve got a look at our newest state park on page 28. On page 56, we talk to Melvin Dummar. We last wrote about Melvin in 1981, […]

September – October 2018

September – October 2018

Highlights in this Issue Along with the Great Nevada Picture Hunt, which you can find on page 34, the Silver State Scavenger Hunt winners are announced on page 22. This annual contest traversed some of the state’s railroad history, and participation was off the rails this year. We visited the Camel Safari in Bunkerville a […]

July – August 2018

July – August 2018

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE The Best of Nevada 2018 is here! Our readers have spoken and we’ve counted the ballots. We switched up the categories, and we’ve got some new winners for you starting on page 36. A new favorite of ours is this issue’s Cravings story—The Angry Butcher. Read about this delicious and innovative […]

May – June 2018

May – June 2018

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE Perfectly planned and executed, we have some really fun stories this issue. We take a look at Reno’s sesquicentennial on page 22, and longtime readers may just recognize that byline. Looking to the east, we have stories on a historic happening in Ely when air races come to town this summer, […]

March – April 2018

March – April 2018

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE Our trip took us to Las Vegas, Mesquite, and Gold Butte National Monument, and inside this issue you’ll find a story about the resurgence of magic shows in Las Vegas, plus a gorgeous look at one of Nevada’s three national monuments. Look for the magic on page 22, and Gold Butte […]

January-February 2018

January-February 2018

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE I mentioned last issue we were devoting space in all our 2018 issues to covering the iron horses that used to (and, in some cases, still do) roam the state. Our first look at the railroads in Nevada starts on page 22; Mark Bassett, president of Nevada Northern Railway, kicks the […]

November – December 2017

November – December 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE We’re ending the year on a high note and in a big way. Our feature this issue is about rural airports across the state, and what it takes to travel at altitude. You’ll find that story on page 70. If that’s not big enough for you, check out our story on […]

September-October 2017

September-October 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE We’ve got the winners of our 3rd annual Silver State Scavenger Hunt on page 26. This year was a whole new event, and people rose to the challenge like never before. Our year-long series continue: our Nevada Photographers story can be found on page 22, where you’ll learn a little bit […]

July – August 2017

July – August 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE The results of our 20th annual readers’ survey—the 2017 Best of Nevada—are here! We took a little throwback approach this year and added in some categories from the first year’s contest, plus a few new ones just for fun. Take a look at the results on page 36, and congratulations to […]

May – June 2017

May – June 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE We have a special look at Manhattan in the early 1900s through some recently discovered photos from a man who lived there. Look through the lens with us on page 22. Some more great photographer tours are up next; see what’s available on page 28. With the rise of online shopping, […]

March – April 2017

March – April 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE On page 32 you’ll find a story about the Nevada Preservation Foundation’s work to protect some of Las Vegas’ iconic neighborhoods. Our Ancient Nevada series continues, and Associate Editor Eric Cachinero examines Nevada’s earliest residents. Read about them on page 56. We visit Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park this issue, and as the only […]

January – February 2017

January – February 2017

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE Along with outdoor stories, we’ve got some seriously fun history about five fools riding a flume in 1871. Read that story on page 22, then discover some doubt surrounding the execution of one of Virginia City’s most notorious murderers. Did he or didn’t he? Read about it on page 26. We […]