Jenny Kane, RGJ.com

Jenny Kane

RGJ.com

Reno, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Jenny:

Burning Man sculpture honors Truckee Burner who died in Black Rock Desert

Stephen Shelby died in the Black Rock Desert nearly two years ago. A Burning Man sculpture honors his life. → Read More

Interactive, 3D van Gogh exhibition debuts in Reno this week

Step into the paintings of Vincent van Gogh during exhibition's visit to Reno. → Read More

From Spain to Reno: Reno Phil's new CEO brings worldly perspective to Biggest Little City

Meet the new president and CEO of the Reno Philharmonic. → Read More

Burning Man OMG sale tickets sold out; org mum on glitches

Burning Man OMG ticket sale sold out, rife with error notices. → Read More

Women's shelter faces closure amid lawsuit. What will happen to the residents?

The Reno area's biggest domestic violence shelter faces closure amid neighborhood lawsuit. → Read More

Treasures from 1857 'Ship of Gold' shipwreck unveiled in Reno

Close to 1,000 pieces of shipwreck treasure from the 'Ship of Gold' make public debut in Reno. → Read More

Photography exhibition highlights impact of Black architect Paul Revere Williams in Nevada

The Nevada Museum of Art is featuring photos of the work of Black architect Paul Revere Williams, who designed the Lear Theater in Reno. → Read More

On a budget: How to go to Burning Man and still save money

Burning Man isn't cheap. Here are 9 tips on how not to burn through all of the money in your wallet. → Read More

Artown 2022: Festival begins July 1. Here are the can't miss events.

Artown's month-long art festival is celebrating 27 years and will feature over 600 arts events, concerts, classes, tours, openings, lectures and more. → Read More

Photographer Marilyn Newton inducted into hall of fame for Nevada Women's Fund

Former newspaper photographer Marilyn Newton is this year's Hall of Fame inductee for the Nevada's Women's Fund. → Read More

Bringing home Faye's: A Reno neon sign is rediscovered, along with its backstory

A forgotten neon sign was recovered for Reno Public Market, as was the story behind its first owner. → Read More

Who will win vacant Justice of the Peace position?

Justices of the Peace generally handle misdemeanor crimes, as well as traffic offenses and arrest warrants. → Read More

Popular Dragon Lights Festival returns to Reno, tickets on sale now

The popular Dragon Lights Festival is returning to Reno this summer. Here's all the details and how to get tickets. → Read More

Reno News and Review returns to print as a monthly, still 'feisty'

The Reno News & Review is returning after a two-year hiatus with a new publisher and schedule. → Read More

'Our hearts are very broken': Girl at center of 2015 WCSD lawsuit dies

Autumn Silvera, who was in hospice care the past two weeks after a series of seizures permanently damaged her brain and body, died Friday. She was 17. → Read More

SPCA of Northern Nevada fears proposed manufacturing facility would disrupt animal shelter

Staff at the SPCA of Northern Nevada are concerned the construction of a manufacturing facility could disrupt the animal shelter. → Read More

Girl in past Washoe County School District abuse case is in hospice, family at her side

Autumn Silvera, 17, was at the center of a WCSD lawsuit, then she was separated from her family during the pandemic. Now she's at home in hospice. → Read More

RGJ 2022 voter guide: Reno attorneys vie for vacant justice of the peace position

Three candidates are vying to serve as Justice of the Peace in Reno's second department after Judge Peter Sferrazza retired in October 2020. → Read More

Three Southerners debut The Cypress music venue in Midtown Reno

The Cypress, formerly The Saint, will feature live music in Midtown Reno. The venue's showroom opened in January, but there's more to come. → Read More

Smash a car, support an artist: Reno Punk Rock Flea Market returns

Reno Punk Rock Flea Market brings back car smashing, mosh pits and stuffed animal battles this weekend. → Read More