• Mother's Day Brunch

    Oh Mother, Let’s Brunch!

    “Mom: A title just above queen”—UNKNOWN By Kathleen Vivaldi The American Mother’s Day tradition dates back to the 19th century, when Anna Jarvis, a social activist, originally founded the “Mother’s Day Work Clubs,” designed to give guidance and support to women on how to care for their children prior to the Civil War. Mother’s Day […]

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  • Campo Italian restaurants

    The Gathering Place

    By Thea Marie Rood Photography Courtesy of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC There are “Italian” restaurants galore—those “endless breadstick” or frozen-pizza-dough chains—especially in tourist areas, which makes discovering Campo Mammoth, in the heart of the charming and kid-friendly “Village,” borderline surprising. Until, that is, you find out who’s behind it: Mark Estee, likely the most […]

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  • PHOTO COURTESY OF SÜP

    Süp’s On!

    For a warm winter meal, you can’t beat this popular Midtown eatery. But you should also know the backstory of this determined Reno couple—and how they eventually found the recipe for success. By Paula Rile When Christian and Kasey Christensen describe their decade at the helm of Reno restaurant Süp (pronounced “soup” of course), they […]

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