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Nevada Lifestyle Carson City 2024 Edition

CARSON CITY, NEVADA

Carson City, located in the U.S. state of Nevada, is an independent city and serves as the state’s capital. It has a population of 58,639 according to the 2020 census, making it the sixth most populous city in Nevada. The majority of its residents reside in Eagle Valley, situated on the eastern edge of the Carson Range—a branch of the Sierra Nevada—approximately 30 miles south of Reno. Kit Carson, a well-known mountain man, lends his name to the city. Read more…

NEVADA STATE CAPITOL –
CARSON CITY, NEVADA

Located in Carson City at 101 North Carson Street, the Nevada State Capitol is the official capitol building of the state of Nevada. Constructed between the years 1869 and 1871, this magnificent building was built in the Neoclassical Italianate style. It holds significant historical value and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, as well as being recognized as Nevada Historical Marker number 25. Read more…

NEVADA STATE MUSEUM –
CARSON CITY, NEVADA

One of the seven Nevada State Museums, operated by the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, is the Nevada State Museum located in Carson City. Formerly known as the Carson City Mint, this museum showcases various exhibits, including the world’s largest exhibited Columbian Mammoth discovered in the Black Rock Desert and the silver service from the USS Nevada. Read more…

NEVADA STATE RAILROAD MUSEUM –
CARSON CITY, NEVADA

Situated in Carson City, Nevada, the Nevada State Railroad Museum holds a significant role in preserving the rich railroad heritage of the state. It boasts an impressive collection of locomotives and cars from the renowned Virginia and Truckee Railroad. The museum’s vast array of equipment was acquired from various Hollywood studios, where they had been utilized in numerous film and television productions. Under the management of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, the museum officially opened its doors in 1980 as the Virginia & Truckee Railroad Museum, commonly referred to as the V&T Railroad Museum. However, in 1985, it underwent a name change and was rebranded as the Nevada State Railroad Museum. Read more…

CAVE ROCK STATE PARK – LAKE TAHOE, NEVADA

Cave Rock State Park, nestled on the stunning eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. With its breathtaking panoramic views of the clear lake and the towering Sierra Nevada mountains, the park provides a picturesque backdrop for nature enthusiasts and outdoor lovers alike. Read more…

DRAG’N ASS RESCUE & SANCTUARY

We have a mission and you are part of the team.

The Vision:

As the caretakers of the planet earth, we should each make our positive contribution to the world and its inhabitants. We have decided to fight for and contribute to the lives and well-being of our four-legged friends in the equine family.  This includes donkeys, mules, and horses. Read more…

Slow Travel

Slow travel is a growing trend in the world of travel, where people are opting for a more mindful and immersive experience rather than rushing from one tourist attraction to another. It is a way of traveling that focuses on taking the time to truly experience a destination, its culture, and its people, rather than just ticking off a list of must-see sights. Read more…

OFFERING A PIECE OF THE AMERICAN SPIRIT Boot Barn

At Boot Barn, we say our customers feed America, build America, and protect America. This is why we have an uncompromising desire to empower and support the local communities we serve. More than anything, we celebrate the values of honesty, hard work, ingenuity, and perseverance. Our goal is to offer a piece of the American spirit in everything we do. Read more…

MAYER FAMILY WINES

The Mayer Family has a passion for wine and a dedication to quality that shines through in every aspect of our shop.  The shelves are adorned with an array of meticulously sourced wines, each bottle telling its own story of craftsmanship and terroir. From renowned wineries to hidden gems waiting to be discovered, our collection spans a diverse range of varietals and styles. Read more…

Nevada Can Not Close Gun Stores

NRS 414.155 which PROHIBIT the closure of any gun store in the State of Nevada.

Admitted To Practice Law Telephone: (702) 388-2047
In California & Nevada Telefax: (855) 459-8472
Cellular: 702-409-8239

March 24, 2020
VIA FAX/EMAIL/HAND DELIVERY TO

Honorable Steve Sisolak Governor of the State of Nevada

Honorable Debra March Mayor, City of Henderson, Nevada

Honorable Aaron Ford Nevada Attorney General

Honorable Joseph Lombardo Sheriff, Clark County, Nevada

Honorable Thedrick Andres Chief of Police, Henderson, Nevada

RE: Invocation of NRS 414.155 as a Demand for Cessation of Warnings, Citations, and/or Threats of Closures to Gun Stores. Read more…

START NOW WELLNESS CENTER

It is exciting to be open at our new location where we are able to offer many services and take pride in our custom “no two people are alike” personalized packages.

Services offered: Ion Cleanse foot soak for detox, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has countless benefits, Therapeutic Peat Mud Baths followed by full body wrap and Oxygen, Low Level Light Therapy for pain, inflammation, antiaging, Total Body Vibration for stimulation of lymphatics, Far Infrared Saunas, Foot & Leg Massage by compression sleeves for edema & circulation, Nerve Express testing, and our newest service Infra Sculpt, laser body sculpting, lose inches with each session. Read more…

THE CRACKER BOX – CARSON CITY, NEVADA

The “Box” opened their doors on May 10th, 1980 and has been perking along ever since. Over the last 33 years owner Jerry Massad has kept one thing in mind; serve the best breakfast around. The Box has done just that, and is still doing it every day, lunch too.

Coming from a long line of restaurateurs, Jerry wouldn’t have it any other way. The place was a lot smaller back in 1980, seating just 24 people. Jerry cooked and there was just one waitress. The place is bigger now, but the quality remains the same. Read more…