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No Place Like Home

Reno-Tahoe is a great place to live and enjoy life. But don't take our word for it, check out these photos and see for yourself.

A new open-air market just opened in downtown Reno! Rastro of Reno is a hybrid of a farmer's market and crafts fair, and features produce, crafts, live music, food trucks and fun for the whole family.

Tahoe offers fun-filled ski events through spring, including Northstar's Spring it On! It's Pond Skimming at its finest.

Reno-Tahoe has been named on more than 50 best-of lists. This is just a sampling of why Reno-Tahoe is an amazing place to live.

The Nevada Museum of Art hosts a wide variety fine art exhibits and is currently featuring Italian Baroque: Paintings from the Haukohl Family Collection. Experience the wonder of Italy in the late sixteenth century with more than 20 breathtaking paintings.

Spring is the perfect season to get out and about. The Reno-Tahoe area is loaded with great hiking trails, so put on your boots and check out the beautiful scenery.

Nobody does spring skiing better than Lake Tahoe. According to Men's Journal, Heavenly Ski Resort's annual Spring Loaded Festival (March 28th-April 5th) is the season's see-and-be-seen event.

Reno attracts great musicians, like alternative hip-hop blues performer G. Love. Don’t miss his incredible performance at the Grand Sierra Resort.

Lake Tahoe is considered one of the 29 most surreal places in America.

Stremmel Gallery presents The 8th Trough, a mixed media exhibition featuring Nevada born artist Robert Brady.

National Geographic recently ranked Reno as one of the top 10 emerging ski towns. Photo taken a Squaw Valley.

Help welcome The Discovery's new 50-foot-long Ichthyosaur sculpture and learn about the Nevada’s State Fossil. This life-size sculpture was created by a local team of artists.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by chasing a wily Leprechaun through the Midtown and Wells districts in the Leprechaun Race 5K.

The McKinney cup at Mt. Rose, pits some the fastest skiers in the sport against each other. Watch as they race through the slalom and giant slalom courses.

Reno loves sushi. Reef Sushi's Spicy Bomb features spicy tuna, cucumber, green onion, and sesame seeds in a sweet tofu wrap.

Congrats to Olympians Maddie Bowman and David Wise. Both of them are coming back to the Reno-Tahoe area as Gold Medalists!

North Lake Tahoe comes alive for SnowFest with ten fun-filled days and nights, jam packed with events and activities for all ages.

In addition to their focus on arts education, The Sierra Arts Foundation regularly hosts exhibitions by local artists. The next exhibit is Battle Born Hues by local artist Bryce Chisholm.

The African Children’s Choir will melt the hearts of the audiences when they come to Reno as a part of Artown's Encore Series.

Congratulations to Wolfpack alum and Reno resident Tim Jitloff, who is representing the US in the Olympics for the second time.

Get the need for speed at Arenacross being held at the Reno Livestock Events Center.

Now in its 34th year, the T. Reviglio Cioppino Feed & Auction raises funds for Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows.

Incline Village/Sand Harbor was selected as America's Best Winter Drives by Travel + Leisure

Reservations are now being accepted for Whitney Peak Hotel, downtown Reno’s only non-gaming, non-smoking hotel and home to the world's tallest climbing wall that will open in May 2014.

Good luck to three time Olympian and Truckee local Nate Holland; a part of Team USA at the Sochi Olympics.

Good luck to Reno local David Wise, a member of Team USA at the 2014 Olympics competing in the Freeskiing half-pipe.