Friday, January 25, 2013

Traveling Nevada

Episode #5 of the Nevada Magazine radio show features the memorable Nevada travels of editor Matthew B. Brown and associate editor Charlie Johnston.

The editorial duo talks about summiting Boundary Peak, the state's highest point, in the middle of winter and trekking through Thousand Creek Gorge in Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge. Among other Silver State adventures, Charlie also reflects on his experience driving cows on the Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Art in Nevada

Episode #4 of the Nevada Magazine radio show is all about art in Nevada with guest Susan Boskoff, executive director of the Nevada Arts Council.

The focus of the interview is NAC's Traveling Exhibition Program, which was featured in Nevada Magazine's January/February 2013 issue. But Boskoff gives a broad perspective on the arts in the Silver State and the many programs the NAC offers.

Friday, January 11, 2013

State Museums

Episode #3 of the Nevada Magazine radio show is a roundup of the seven state museums with guest Peter Barton, director of the Division of Museums & History.

Barton discusses the Nevada State Museums in Carson City and Las Vegas; the Nevada State Railroad Museums in Carson City and Boulder City; the Nevada Northern Railway (which contains the East Ely Railroad Depot Museum) in Ely; Lost City Museum in Overton; and the Nevada Historical Society in Reno.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Homegrown Events

Episode #2 of the Nevada Magazine radio show features authentic and signature events that define the legacies of many of the state's cities and towns.

One such event is Elko's National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. This episode's guest, Charlie Seemann of the Western Folklife Center, talks about the annual celebration's roots and the agenda for the 29th National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, held January 28 through February 2, 2013.