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Oct
10
2014

Yay! Those hideous glass blocks left over when the 1980s puked all over the facade of the BofA Building downtown are now gone! And in place, real windows. THis should help with the ambience of the soon-to-open Bridge restaurant and bar at 425 South Virginia Street.

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Oct
10
2014

According to News 2, The Kings Inn could be receiving a facelift early next year if the sale goes through Nov 15.

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Oct
23
2014

Just a quick bit of news in Midtown today. Some of you may have noticed Creme closed its doors recently. I know, I was sure shocked because I eat here two times a week. I am addicted to their German crepes.

Anyway, turns out they are moving across the street to Theory's old location, and should be open soon!

I also heard a rumor that Sadie and Ivan from Midtown East bought 20 Cheney Street, and is moving Midtown Eats there, or may be opening a new venue there. Coupled with Hub and Death and Taxes and the soon-to-be-renovated Maytan building, this could be a hoppin' little block soon!

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Nov
12
2014

One East liberty Street is celebrating their newly renovated building by having an open house and tour on Thursday, from 4:30 - 6:40 pm.

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Nov
20
2014

One of downtown's most popular attractions in the winter will open November 25, on Tuesday, after the tree lighting ceremony.

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Nov
24
2014

The Creative Coalition of Midtown presents Black Friday in Midtown, a holiday shopping event benefiting children in our community while supporting local businesses!

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Nov
24
2014

Did you know quite a few local peeps use Brewer's Cabinet to brew their own custom beer? The Peppermill is the latest local organization to brew their own custom beer with the Brewer's Cabinet. Perfect for fall/winter, it's a stout...complete with truffles!

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Nov
26
2014

Provisions is opening next week! Check out a sneak peek and learn more about this incredible addition to downtown

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Nov
26
2014

Local businesses take root in Northwest Reno! Though this is outside of my normal 1-mile zone coverage from downtown, it's a significant project worth mentioning, because I love the idea of extending local businesses out to big-box-ville, and gives residents of Northwest Reno a whole new array of shopping options.

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Dec
1
2014

The long-delayed downtown Marriott-brand hotel slated for the now-vacant lot next to the Jones vargis Tower at 300 East Second Street, is finally moving forward. Permits were pulled on the project to the tune of $9 million. It will be four floors and feature 134 rooms. Click here for the permit details.

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