Inside Northern Nevada October 2013
The arts, entertainment and events happening in northern Nevada.
October, 2013 LET THE SPIRIT MOVE YOU! Mike Farris is a new generation of blueeyed gospel greats. He’s in Fallon Oct. 4. Inside Northern Nevada www.insidenorthernnevada.com A-Maze-ing! Winnemucca’s newest attraction has a corn maze, haunted house and so much more! ARTS Elko gallery features works of Albitre during October Vol. 3, Issue 10 2 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada is published monthly at Winnemucca Publishing, 1022 S. Grass Valley Road, Winnemucca, NV 89445 Call us toll free at (866) 644-5011 STAFF OCTOBER 2013 Volume 3, Issue 10 COVER STORY CONTENTS Publisher Peter Bernhard General Manager Holly Rudy-James Editor J. Carmen Kofoed email@example.com (775) 623-5011 ext. 207 Lazy P Adventure Farm hosts Fall Festival ON THE COVER: Jillian Petersen and Corbin Brutsman lead Payton Petersen, Alexis Petersen and McKenzi Petersen through the corn maze at the Lazy P Adventure Farm. Jen Anderson, INN Staff Writers Heather Hill, Jessica Powell, Jolyn Young, Joyce Sheen, Alicia Craig Contributors Carol Petrie, Jan Ehlert Sales Representatives Kat Hall firstname.lastname@example.org Lora Mattingly-Enget email@example.com Mildred Ferraro firstname.lastname@example.org Brigitte Guerrero b.guerrero.winnemuccapublishing.net Kayla Love-Koseck email@example.com Rhonda Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org Corn as far as the eye can see! And pumpkins! And a haunted house! And goats! there's so much to love at Lazy P Adventure Farm, you'll want to take the family there every weekend. And that's okay, because they're open every weekend in October. 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EVENTS BLUE-EYED GOSPEL — It's a hootin' hollerin' good time with Mike Farris and his gospel band. They're in Fallon Oct. 4 Page 10 FASTEST GUN ALIVE — The Cowboy Fast Draw Association returns to Fallon Oct. 3-6 for their world championships. Page 20 —BONUS — REGULAR FEATURES Elko Events and Happenings At the Movies Restaurant Guide The Wine Guys: Pinot Grigio Your Monthly Horoscope Page 19 Pages 24-26 Page 27 Pages 28 - 29 Page 30 Need a little art? How about making some yourself? The Nevada Museum of Art offers a wide variety of classes. www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 3 LOCAL FLAVOR 'Wallys Word' on display Nevada Northern Railway gets ghoulish in Eureka through Oct. 18 with ghost train excursions in October EUREKA, Nev. —"Wally’s World: The Loneliest Art Collection in Nevada" features 35 paintings, etchings, drawings and mixed media of Nevada’s historic places and spaces from the art collection of Wally Cuchine, former director of the Eureka Opera House. This installation is at the Eureka Courthouse Gallery through Oct. 18. F ELY It's full of ghoulish visitors and ghostly visions — it's the Ghost Train! The Nevada Northern Railway brings back their popular Halloween train excursions aboard the Ghost Train for 2013. Outings are Oct. 5, 12, 19, 25 and 26 at 7 p.m. each night from the rail yard in Ely. An early sell-out is expected, so get your tickets now. Group rates available for parties of 12 or more when one person pays. For more information and advance tickets visit them online at www.nnry.com or on Facebook: nnry1 or call the Nevada Northern Railway toll free at: (866) 40STEAM. F 'Late Eureka Morning' by Ron Arthaud Winnemucca Lazy P Fall Farm Festival Weekends in October Harvest Hops & Grapes October 12 American West 4D Barrel Race Finals October 12 - 14 WSRRA Ranch Rodeo Finals October 31 – November 3 Boy Scout Craft Fair Nov. 9 Festival of Trees Nov. 29 - Dec. 1 Welcome to Unique guest performer joins Reno Philharmonic RENO The yanquin is a traditional Chinese instrument. Shaped like a trapezoid and played with two bamboo mallets, it's not often seen here in the west. But young musician Reylon Yount has mastered it, and on Oct. 6 and 8 the San Francisco native joins the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra for two evening's performances. The Classix Two concerts will be held at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Reno. The Oct. 6 event begins at 4 p.m.; Oct. 8 the curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m. Reylon Yount practices on the yanquin in this AP photo from 2011. For a complete listing of Winnemucca area events visit www.winnemucca.com 4 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 Under the direction of Laura Jackson, Music Director and Conductor, the group will perform "Suite from Appalachian Spring" by Copland; " Spirit of the Yellow Earth–Concerto for Yangqin and Orchestra" by Huang and " Symphony No. 12, op. 112 'The Year of 1917'" by Shostakovich. Tickets are available through the Pioneer website: www.pioneercenter.com. More information about the orchestra can be found on their website, www.renophil.com. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 5 ART SCENE Roots, Revival and Harmony Foghorn Stringband brings unique sound to Winnemucca Foghorn Stringband I WINNEMUCCA nternationally acclaimed Foghorn Stringband has been at the vanguard of a revival in American old-time music for over a decade now. They’ve traveled the globe, been signed to a major label, and inspired a new generation of old-time musicians, all without compromising their love of traditional American music. But they’ve gathered new ideas and new band members too. Their unique sound still comes from the fiery, intertwining melodies of Stephen “Sammy” Lind’s fiddle and Caleb Klauder’s mandolin, but now they’re supported by the bedrocksolid rhythm foundation of Reeb Willms’ guitar and Nadine Landry’s bass. And when it comes to vocals, they deliver; four powerful and exceptional voices resulting in countless combinations of harmonies. The Foghorns will be on stage in Winnemucca at the Martin Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 3 for a 7 p.m. performance. A typical Foghorn set is based around exquisitely rare old-time tunes and songs, but a vast knowledge of early country music and recent explorations in Cajun song traditions have molded a powerful new sound. Any band would be happy to have mastered one music genre, but Foghorn Stringband have a roaming spirit, and are already sparking new revivals of American roots music traditions. Wowing audiences across the country and across the pond playing over 200 days a year, Foghorn is one of the most sought after acts for festival stages and music camps, and ares band mates for world renowned master old-time musician Dirk Powell and Cajun legends Joel Savoy and Jesse Lége. On their critically acclaimed CD, Sud de la Louisiane, released earlier this year, Foghorn draws from the same repertoire that has always inspired their work: the tunes and songs of the American South, from the hollers of Appalachia to the early 6 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 days of country music. Together, they blend voices, repertoire and instruments to create a diverse performance true to the roots of American music, throwing some Cajun songs and Caleb Klauder's vintage sounding originals in the mix. Performing live, these multi-instrumentalists gather around a single microphone in the middle of the stage. They play the old way, the way you’d have heard stringbands play on Southern radio stations back in the 1930s. They don’t fancy up the music to make it more modern, instead they reach deep into the heart of the songs, pulling out the deep emotions that made them so enduring in the first place. It’s a whole new world today for folk musicians, but the four powerhouse musicians in the Foghorn Stringband prove that they’re still riding on the cutting edge, with one foot in the analog past and one foot in the digital future This event is presented by Great Basin Arts and Entertainment, a local all volunteer grass-roots non-profit, organized to bring world class performances to our community. Tickets are available at Global Coffee, Nature's Corner and The Martin Hotel or online via the Martin Hotel website: www. themartinhotel.com. For more information visit www.gbae. org. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 7 Chris Proctor on stage in Carson City Virtuoso guitarist at BAC Oct. 12 C CARSON CITY ritics call Proctor's guitar playing breathtaking. One reviewer recently tried to capture the essence of Chris Proctor’s music: “What to call his unique melange of styles? There’s an aspect of Americana in the echoes of Appalachian and old-timey styles that are apparent in just about every track, but there are also elements of jazz, Celtic folk, and a dash of blues in here somewhere. "What Proctor does is create guitar music that reflects the whole heritage of the instrument and still has his own distinct stamp — a tall order, but he’s up to the job” Proctor will be on stage at the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City Oct. 12. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $18.50 for reserved floor seating or $8.50 for general seating. A $2 discount is available for general seats for BAC members, students and seniors. The luminous and diverse quotes about Proctor reveal the breadth and depth of his music. His solo, 6 and 12-string guitar concerts and recordings are highly-regarded. Two additional comments typify the first-time listener’s reaction: “Wow- I didn’t know that acoustic guitars could sound like that,” and, ” It seems as if there are three guitarists up there on stage, not just one.” Proctor was born in Germany as an Army brat in 1951, moving six times before the family settled in Salt Lake City in 1964. Though he picked up the guitar early in his life, it wasn't until late in high school and then in college that Proctor stumbled across country blues, and experienced the epiphany to which instrumental players so commonly testify afterwards. A basement coffeehouse at the University of Utah, a couple of good blues players, and his life changed. He finished his studies in philosophy, but by the time he graduated in 1973, he was playing guitar 6-8 hours per day, listening to whatever records he could find, (Leo Kottke, John Fahey, John Renbourn, and a host of blues players like Blind Blake, Mississippi John Hurt, Elizabeth Cotten and Tampa Red). Located at at 449 W. King Street in the historic district of Carson City, the BAC hosts over 100 events each year in multiple facilities. Events include theater productions, concerts, art classes, kid’s programs, recitals and receptions. For tickets or more information visit breweryarts.org or call (775) 883-1976. F COURTESY PHOTO Guitarist Chris Proctor lives in Salt Lake City with his lovely wife Tomi, and enjoys backcountry skiing, fly fishing, backpacking, hiking, river-running and other wacky physically-challenging outdoor adventures. He has too many Taylor guitars, and looks forward to playing every one of them. 8 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 www.insidenorthernnevada.com www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 9 Elvis tribute artist Jim Anderson brings unique act to Eureka Opera House J It's gospel, it's blues — it's Farris! Mike Farris channels singers of the past with unique concert experience EUREKA im Anderson & the Rebels are continuing to headline stages every where in 2013. I FALLON n music there are those special artists that seem to transcend genre and defy categorization. From time to time one hears a voice that can stop you dead in your tracks and shake your very foundation to the core. Mike Farris is that artist and he has that voice. He will perform Oct. 4 at the Oats Park Art Center in Fallon. In June of 2007 Farris released the critically acclaimed Salvation in Lights which married old time roots gospel sounds with his own unique arrangements that were mainly inspired by New Orleans, Stax and the blues. The music was both spiritual and personal for Mike as it dealt with individual struggle but it also had a commonality that music fans from all walks of life could enjoy. In 2008 he won the Americana Music Association's “New & Emerging Artist of the Year” CONVERSATION — Enjoy a special 'Conversation with the Artist' with Mike Farris on Oct. 4. For more information regarding venue and time, contact CAC. award and started to make a name for himself as a dynamic performer. In 2008 and 2009 Mike Farris and his Roseland Rhythm Revue performed monthly residencies at Nashville’s’ Station Inn and called it “Sunday Night Shout!” The official live recording of the Station Inn shows, Shout! Live, was released in 2009 and won the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Award for “Best Traditional Gospel Album of the Year” in 2010. When the “1,000 year flood” hit Middle Tennessee in May of 2010 it became obvious to Mike that he needed to do something to help those who were affected. He gathered up some of the finest musicians in town including: Sam Bush, Ketch Secor & Gill Landry (Old Crow Medicine Show), Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart), Byron House (Robert Plant) and members of his Roseland Rhythm Revue. Six songs were recorded in 6 hours at Nashville’s Downtown Presbyterian Church and the music was a beautiful blend of old time country, gospel and blues with Mike leading the “Cumberland Saints” from the pulpit. Mike Farris continues to amaze audiences whenever he plays solo or with any one of his different configurations from the stripped down Cumberland Saints to the full 9 piece Roseland Rhythm Revue. His voice connects and mesmerizes in such a way that it doesn’t matter if the songs are his own compositions or ones sung 200 years ago. As Mike puts it “this music - it’s so beyond us, we only perpetuate it. We are just cooks in the kitchen.” If so Mike Farris is one “cook” with an immediate voice. Presented by the Churchill Arts Council, tickets are $17 for CAC members and $20 for the general public. For more information or advance tickets call (776) 423-1440, or visit www. churchillarts.org. F The group has been crisscrossing the country entertaining Elvis, country, oldies, and music fans alike. They have won the hearts and respect of thousands of Elvis Presley fans woldwide through their high-energy, vocally spot-on show. The group is on stage at the Eureka Opera House on Friday, Oct. 18. Fans have been patiently waiting for something new, and have been asking for something different — and Jim Anderson and the Rebels have answered that call. They pour out their heart and soul to the fans at every show. Frontman Anderson began performing in 1986 while in high school after being coerced by his football buddies. After about six words of "Love Me Tender," to his surprise, he received a screaming standing ovation and could barely hear the music. The reaction was so great the Jim was immediately hooked — and booked for several small venues. The venues continued to grow larger and he became an opening act for such renowned names as: The Platters, The Coasters, The Isley Brothers, Zydaco Flames, and the "Ragin' Cajun" himself, Doug Kershaw. Anderson is backed by guitarist Frank Musucci, bassist Micky Yamo, drummer Paul Johnson and keyboardist Tom Farnsworth. Eureka Opera House performances begin at 7 p.m., and tickets are available at the door. For more information visit www. co.eureka.nv.us/opera/opera05. htm or call (775) 237-6006. F Jim Anderson www.insidenorthernnevada.com 10 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 11 COVER STORY Fun for all at Lazy P Farm Fest T he Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the Lazy P Adventure Farm to present the Fall Farm Festival. Corn maze, haunted house and plenty of other family-friendly events at Winnemucca's newest attraction The festival will be held every weekend in October at the Lazy P Adventure Farm located on Grass Valley Road, Winnemucca. The Fall Farm Festival is agriculture-related and will feature two corn mazes encompassing over five acres, a pumpkin patch, farm animals, educational displays and interactive activities for children and their families. The Lazy P Adventure Farm is a start-up family operation striving to share our passion for farming and agriculture with our guest. Our objective is quite simple; we want children to have fun while learning. Students can put knowledge into action while interacting with live farm animals, challenge their critical thinking skills navigating our maze, experience “agriculture in process” as they observe and learn about growing corn and pumpkins, and to just simply utilize all their senses to form a memorable experience on the farm. We believe it is important that children understand the importance agriculture plays in their everyday lives. Get lost in a giant maze of corn stalks! Whether your age 5 or 105, our two separate corn mazes will offer a fun and challenging adventure to inspire creativity and teamwork. We have divided over five acres of corn into a mini-maze that is designed for small children, those with more limited time (15+ minutes) -and- a full-blown design requiring a bit more time (45-90 minutes) and attention. (Ticket includes both mazes) You can either put your skills to the test with no assistance or utilize our Passport system which will provide clues along the way. An observation bridge is strategically positioned for a bird’s eye view of the maze. We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and bring along some water. Smoking is not permitted in or around the maze. The maze is open every weekend in October. Saturday hours are 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sunday hours are 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Last tickets are sold at 5 p.m. each day. Jen Anderson, INN Above, cousins Jillian Petersen and McKenzi Petersen have been part of the development of the Lazy P Adventure Farm, which is owned by their grandparents, Kim and Yvonne Petersen. At left, McKenzi Petersen (left) introduced farm piglets to her friend Hannah Whitted. from the hundreds of pumpkins actually grown on the Lazy P Adventure Farm. Pick from a variety of sizes and types that were hand-planted by volunteers. You won’t believe your eyes! Other things to do at the Lazy P include a petting zoo, bounce house, cow train, hay maze, corn cannon, pedal cards, corn box (like a sandbox, but filled with corn kernels instead!), water pump duck races and other fun activities for kids. The whole family will enjoy a look at antique vehicles and tractors, demonstrations of agriculturallyrelated arts, live entertainment and plenty of good food. For more information about the Lazy P Adventure Farm Fall Festival, visit their official website: www.lazypfarm.com, or visit them on Facebook: Lazy P Adventure Farm. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com Get a flashlight and enjoy the Maze after dark! You think you have the maze mastered, the n come enjoy the maze in total darkness. All you need are flashlights and a few adventurous friends or family. An excellent youth group activity as well as a fun, non-haunted adventure. Bring a flashlight and dress warmly. The Flashlight Maze hours run from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., with The Lazy P Corn Maze has a Winnemucca theme last tickets accepted at 9 p.m. The Flashlight Maze is open Oct. 5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26, 30-31. All other event activities are closed during the Flashlight Maze except for the Farmer’s Harvest Haunted Attraction, on Oct. 24-26, 30-31. Haunted House Join us for a shockingly frightening “Farmers Harvest” Haunted House. This is not for the faint of heart; if you’ve got a pacemaker, you’d better stay home. But if you really want to land smack dab in the middle of the Halloween spirit, be our guest. You are seriously going to scream! Open Oct. 24-26 and Oct. 30-31 from 6:30 - 10:30 p.m. Hundreds of Pumpkins! Bring the entire family and search for the perfect pumpkin 12 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 chesters www.insidenorthernnevada.com Insideâ€ˆNorthern Nevada |OCTOBER 2013 | 13 Elko Gallery names Albitre as 'Artist of the Month' Artist focuses on beauty of God's creation ELKO By Carmen Gage Ackert, Elko County Art Club Gallery Director Bill Cosby T he Elko County Art Club’s current Vice President, Genny Albitre, is the ECAC “Artist of the Month” for October. The “Artist of the Month” is chosen at random by club members at the monthly gallery meeting held the first Tuesday of every month and gives member artists the opportunity to share their work and inspiration with fellow artists and the local community. Albitre is a long-time member of the Elko County Art Club, a non-profit organization founded in 1978, having served as Vice President since January and ECAC Gallery Director for previous gallery locations. Her past efforts in winning and maintaining sponsors for the club’s “Rotating Art” program has enabled the ECAC to award annual scholarships to aspiring young artists on an ongoing basis. Albitre’s Albitre publicity-building work has resulted in greater exposure and recognition for the club and continues to create a foundation for organizational growth. 'Pleasant Valley Sunset' by Genny Albitre Raised in California’s Southern San Joaquin Valley and having lived three years in Spain and the past thirty years in Nevada, Albitre’s oil and mixedmedia art is shaped by the beauty of God’s creation; the landscapes, culture, and people around her whose expression find life on her canvas. An artistically late bloomer, Albitre didn’t begin painting till age 50 when her husband gifted her with her very first set of oil paints and a paintbrush. Albitre started by experimenting in oils and took a beginning oil painting class at a local community college. One assignment in particular found her painting a scene of the Ruby Mountains from a photograph, and with astonishment at what her artistic talent had reproduced on canvas, exclaimed, “God created this scene, I just painted it!” This revelation launched her career as an oil painter and led to the naming of her fine art business, Designed by God, Painted by Genny. Albitre’s artwork is currently on display at the ECAC Gallery located in downtown Elko at 407 Railroad Street Tuesday – Saturday, from 11am-5:30pm. You can also learn more about Albitre and view her work on her website www.DesignedbyGod.net or on Facebook page at www.facebook.com/GennyAlbitre. She may be contacted by phone at 775-934-9718, or by email at jimandgenny@ frontiernet.net. F Legendary comedian Bill Cosby on stage in Wendover WENDOVER Everybody's favorite TV dad, Bill Cosby, takes to the stage at the Wendover Concert Hall on Saturday, Oct. 5 for two performances. Tickets for the 6 p.m. show or the 9 p.m. show start at $30. The cornerstone of Cosby's standup act has always been the strength of marriage and the family — and the silliness, foibles and failures that come with raising children. Cosby also gets behind the microphone for numerous keynote-speaker gigs at colleges around the contry. Recently, the iconic speaker has polarized audiences with his no-nonsense approach to race and personal responsibility. Whether you lean liberal or conservative, the funnyman hits home with his call for men of all races to remain involved in their children's lives and to create stronger families. No matter what his message, he's a magnetic speaker with much to say about life, family and America. For tickets or more information about concerts at the Wendover Concert Hall, visit www. wendoverfun.com, or call the Resorts at Wendover toll free at (800) 217-0049. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com Secluded and comfortable. Rave reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp. Featured in Nevada Magazine 7/2012. Wood-fired hot tub, BBQs available. 107 Del Drive ♦ Kingston, NV Full breakfast included, dinners available by special request. Monthly Prime Rib dinners open to public—reservations required. ♦ View rooms & rates at ♦ www.milesendbnb.com Reserve by phone 775-964-1046 or email email@example.com 775-964-1046 14 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 Wild west and wildlife focus of two Fallon gallery exhibits Rising Sun features pair of diverse talents during October FALLON hanging in private collections throughout the United States, Canada, England, Poland, Brazil, and Australia. He has won numerous awards continuous from the Helldorado Western Art Shows in 1994 and 1995 through the Winnemucca Buckaroo Art Show in 2000. National exhibits include George Phippen Western Art Show in Prescott, Arizona to Nebraskaland Days Governor's Art Show in North Platte, Neb. The television viewing public may be surprised to learn that retired television journalist Bill Brown of Reno is also an artist. He will be exhibiting his work of computer-enhanced mixed media art of wildlife from around the globe. He states that as an artist he is concerned about the environment and will shortly be premiering a new web site dedicated to clothing art with a focus on saving the world's wildlife. The Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. For further information on this or other events or art classes, call Patricia at (775) 294-4135 or at facebook.com/ risingsunartgallery. F T he Rising Sun Gallery and Art Studios on Maine Street in Fallon will be featuring two well-known artists during October. A 'meet the artists' reception will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 6-10 p.m. at the gallery. Multi-award winning pencil and oil artist Charley Van Troba will be displaying a selection of his western, 'buckaroo' artwork. His drawings and oils are influenced by his experiences from working the southwest as a ranch hand on many cattle and horse ranches. He says that to qualify as a cowboy and horse artist, one must have it in their blood and must paint subjects the artist sees, feels and understands. Although mostly self-taught, he began studying art with Steve Lesnick from Las Vegas. Van Troba's work is known worldwide and has paintings Save the date for northern Nevada’s newest event! May 17-18, 2014 Winnemucca Event Center www.insidenorthernnevada.com WP Details coming soon! WINNEMUCCA PUBLISHING Inside Northern Nevada |OCTOBER 2013 | 15 Home office: 1022 S. Grass Valley Rd, Winnemucca, NV 89445 • (775) 623-5011 www.insidenorthernnevada.com Insideâ€ˆNorthern Nevada |OCTOBER 2013 | 17 Two northern Nevada towns roll out the red carpet for Nevada Day celebrations T CARSON CITY & ELKO his year marks 75 years of statehood for Nevada dating back to 1864. Nevadan’s take pride in holding the largest statehood celebration in the nation! People enjoy an extra day off from work, and school but the true demonstration of pride occurs at the parades. Two northern Nevada cities pull out all the stops and welcome crowds to line the streets to cheer on their Nevada Day Parades. Carson City Carson City not only hosts an impressive parade but also many fun filled events to celebrate the admission of Nevada’s statehood. The Carson City Nevada Day Parade will take place on Saturday Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. Mike Shaughnessy will be the Grand Marshall this year. Shaughnessy also participated in the first parade in 1938 along with his father Jack Shaughnessy. Other events for the celebration in Carson City include a hot air balloon launch at 8 a.m. followed by a 10 a.m. flyover of military craft from the Fallon Naval air station and the Nevada Air Guard to kick off the start of the parade. Nevada Day activities in Carson include the annual Pow Wow, pancake breakfast, beard contest and much more. For more information on the 2013 Nevada Day celebration in Carson City check out the website www.NevadaDay.com. Elko Elko also hosts a Nevada Day parade which will take place on Friday Oct. 25 at 11 a.m. The parade will follow the usual parade route from the Crystal Palace Theater to the fair grounds. The Knights of Columbus will be sponsoring the parade this year. For more information contact Rose Connor at (775)-738-7991. F Lamoille Harvest Festival is Oct. 5 The scent of pumpkin pie and savory spice will be irresistible as the Lamoille Women's Club hosts their annual Harvest Festival. Set for Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Ranchers Center in Lamoille, Nev., the festival offers delicious pies and a wide variety of other delectable baked goods. This is the sixth year that the Lamoille Women's Club Scholarship Committee and Committee Against Domestic Violence (CADV) have joined forces with the Lamoille Presbyterian Church to provide the Bake Sale at the 2013 Harvest Festival. Other vendors will be on site selling other treats, too — so there's fun for the whole family! Photo by Carol Petrie, Special to INN Please let our advertisers know you saw their ad in INN! 18 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 www.insidenorthernnevada.com ELKO Through Oct. 31 After Dark Haunted House Elko Friends in Service Helping present the annual After Dark Haunted House at 749 Douglas Street. Open every Friday and Saturday night from 7– 10 p.m. through Halloween. For more information contact: Monica Barnum 775-738-3038 Events & Happenings Oct. 26 Jarbidge Halloween Celebration For more information contact: Jarbidge Community Association.,Inc. 775-488-2311 Oct. 25 Nevada Day Parade For more information contact: Rose or Jim Conner 775-738-7991 Oct. 26 Carlin Spook Walk For more information contact: Ellen Meshefski 775-934-2631 Oct. 26 Oct. 5 – 6 Jay Owenhouse Magic Show Magic of Jay Owenhouse, Oct. 5 - 6, 2013 at the Elko Convention Center. Times are: 4pm on October 5th and 2pm on October 6th. For more information: 738-4537 or 744-4334. Sponsored by the Elko Citizens Patrol. Oct. 5 Lamoille Harvest Festival 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Ranchers Center in Lamoille, Nev., Oct. 5 Wine Walks d o w n t o w n e l k o V-L Fall Rodeo Spring Creek Horse Palace Fight Like a Live Rude Girl Fight Like a Live Rude Girl For A Cure at the Elko Basque House, 1601 Flagview Dr. Doors open at 4 p.m. $10 entry fee gets you FREE raffle tickets, FREE drink and more while supplies last. Must be 21 and older. Raffles, games, shopping, dance, eat, drink, WIN, Support. For more information: 777-3203 4-7PM Get your map and wine glass at Commercial Casino. — $25 per person — Must be 21. Oct. 12 Oktoberfest Oktoberfest at the Elko Convention Center For more information: 7384187 Oct. 12 Wine Walk For more information contact: Linda Vasey 775-778-9555 Oct. 19 5K Run/Walk Ruby Mountain Relay Serial Thriller Halloween 5K Run/Walk For more information: www.rubymountainrelay.com JUlY 13 AUGUSt 10 SePteMBeR 14 oCtoBeR 12 Oct. 24 Dance Night Western Folklife Center Dance Night For more information contact: 775-738-7508 s e c o n d www.insidenorthernnevada.com s a t u r d a y s Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 19 Fallon's Lattin Farms welcomes families for fall fun during October I FALLON t’s almost that time of year, when the days are getting cooler and, the leaves have begun to fall. Fall also marks the end of harvest for farmers, a time to slow down and have some fun. Lattin Farms wants you to join them in some fall festivities and enjoy the best season of the year. The festival begins on the last weekend in September and continues on Saturdays in October. Lattin Farms hosts a fun fusion of fall activities from a bounce house, cow train, hayrides, harvesting your own produce and much more. be open from 5 p.m. till 8p.m. on Fridays, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Goat Days The festival kicks off a bit early this year on Saturday, Sept. 28 with Goat Days. Bring your goats and enter them into competition. Kids can feed the goats and enjoy other activities. There will also be crafts for sale. Corn Maze Lattin Farms goes to infinity and beyond this year with their “Star Gaze Maze,” astronomy themed the life size corn maze. The corn maze will start on Friday Sept. 27 this year. It will with pumpkins of every size. It will begin on Tuesday Oct. 1 this year. Be sure to take in the beauty of fall with a relaxing hayride so you can pick the biggest pumpkin you can find. The pumpkin patch is open daily Monday thru Saturday. Visit our home page for more info. Proceeds will benefit the local non-profit organization that is participating that day. Pumpkin Tower Pumpkin carving is truly an art form, and Lattin Farms really captures the true beauty of a lit up pumpkin with their pumpkin tower. Described as a giant pumpkin Christmas tree, to get the full effect stick around after dark to see this unique artistic expression. The tower will be lit this year on Saturday, Oct. 19 just after dusk. Visit LattinFarms.com for more information. F Scarecrow Factory The scarecrow factory will take place on the last three Saturdays of Fall Festival from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.. For a $5 donation you can build your own scarecrow to protect your crops from those pesky birds. Pumpkin Patch The pumpkin patch is a fall favorite for everyone, and filled SCARECROW CONTEST FREE TO ENTER! — Open to all ages — Individuals, Families, Clubs & Businesses! Cowboy Fast Draw Association hosts competition in Fallon FALLON — The Cowboy Fast Draw Association brings their Fastest Gun Alive contest back to Fallon Oct. 3 – 6. The event will take place at the Churchill County Fairgrounds , and will welcome competitors from around the world to compete for the title “Fastest Gun Alive. Cowboy fast draw is a western themed shooting sport using a single action revolver and wax .45 bullets. The Cowboys Fast Draw Association is the largest organization dedicated to the sport of fast draw to ever exist. “Safety first, fun second, and competition third,” is the associations motto, ensuring spectators a good time. This year the events kick off early, on Wednesday before things really get slinging with the inaugural U.S. Marshall Cup, for appointed officials only. The event officially begins with a bang on Thursday with the Quick and the Dead Jackpot Shoot, simulating a real Wild West gunfight. The day barrels on with the Charity Celebrity Shoot and Life Member’s reception following. On Friday the main event begins at 8:30 a.m. with the opening ceremony for the Fastest Gun Alive. Be sure to come outfitted in your best western attire to the Big Tent for the Category World Championship Awards. The Pick’in & Grin’in talent show and sing along follows for a foot stomping night of entertainment. Matches, events, and ceremonies continue through Saturday and Sunday. The Overall World Championship shoot-off happens at half past high noon on Sunday. For more information visit www. cowboyfastdraw. com F www.insidenorthernnevada.com Entry forms due by Thursday, Oct. 3 FOUR PRIZE CATEGORIES Traditional • Whimsical Youth • Business Scarecrows on display and judged at Lazy P Adventure Farm Oct. 5 - 31 Scarecrows must be installed Oct. 4 -5 Entry forms and complete rules available at www.insidenorthernnevada.com or at The Humboldt Sun Sponsored by The Humboldt Sun 1022 S. Grass Valley Rd. • 623-5011 Winnemucca New Holland, Inc. 20 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 Khoury's Market table at Harvest Hops & Grapes Harvest Hops and Grapes wine and beer tasting Oct. 12 Humboldt County Chamber of Commerce hosts annual event T WINNEMUCCA he first order of business at any wine or beer tasting event is, of course, the wine and the beer. The gang of wine and beer experts will be out in full force once again to sip, savor, taste, take a chance on a raffle, listen to some music and just all around enjoy themselves for the Harvest Hops and Grapes event, set for Saturday, Oct. 12 from 7-10 p.m. at the Winnemucca Convention Center. Tickets for this fun filled evening are available at the Humbodlt County Chamber office and are $35/each or you may get a reserved table for $245. The tables are limited, so don’t wait until the last minute to get yours! As well as all the tasting and silent auction and raffle, there will be appetizers and desserts from Winnemucca’s finest restaurants, a bar for those who don’t partake of the fruit of the vine… or hop, and some great people to mingle with. The Chamber’s annual Harvest Hops and Grapes event has been a sold-out success for the past few years, 300 tickets were made, 300 tickets were sold, 300 commemorative wine/beer glasses were handed out. This year the numbers remain the same — to secure your tickets early to make sure you get a seat. Call the Chamber office for more info at (775) 623-2225, or stop by at 30 W. Winnemucca Blvd., Winnemucca. F air Craft F Nov. 1 Featuring the art of Helen Thompson and Dorothy Bailey on display in October Friday, 3 - 8 p.m. v. 2 Saturday, No . 10 a.m. - 4 p.m Handmade Items Only! Don’t Miss These Displays: www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 21 Funny Fangs Lowry High School students performing Dracula — with a twist L By Joyce Sheen, INN owry High School is preparing a pre-Halloween treat for all those who love the classic tale of Count Dracula (and who have a sense of humor). Drama and stagecraft students are working to recreate the world of Dracula — well, sort of. Actually, this particular Dracula play is “Kochenderfer’s Dracula.” And who would Kochenderfer be? Tim Kochenderfer is a (ten-time) emmy award-winning news producer, who also writes plays — His 20 published and internationally produced plays prove nothing is sacred, as his plays spoof Hamlet, Romeo, Frankenstein, Othello, Macbeth, Werewolves, and Ebenezer Scrooge, in addition to Dracula and others. In his blog, Kochenderfer says the idea for this play came when he was 16 years old and met the real Dracula. After (of course) trying to bite him, Dracula told him his own love story, which Kochendorfer now shares in this play. Joyce Sheen, INN 'Kochenderfer’s Dracula' has parts for all kinds of characters. Here, some dangerous men are shown discussing their parts, (left to right) Eric Francis, Tanner Lecumberry, Liam Gallups, and Robert Stepper. LHS Drama and Stagecraft teacher, Corrine James, who spends her summers googling scripts to find just the right plays for her high school students, is very enthusiastic about Kochenderfer and his little Dracula play. She ticked off the reasons that it’s perfect for a first play of the season. First, it’s short — 45 minutes of great entertainment, but within that are lots of characters, which gives a part for every student and two parts for some. Next, the play can be done with dual lead characters, something the drama instructor really likes because it gives more students the chance to enjoy a leading role. Also, this play gives the student-actors an opportunity to try out using an accent; they’re working on enunciation to ensure the dialogue is easy to understand, James says they have yet to try it out with the Dracula teeth in — which may require additional adjustment). James said they’re having fun creating the costumes for the play and she noted there will be a few surprises, “You probably never thought there would be a unicorn in a play about Dracula, but there is!” Perhaps most important, anyone familiar with Lowry stagecraft will not be surprised to hear they’ve even managed to work some glitter into both costuming and scenery. James said the students are being challenged by the number of scenes and quick scene changes in the play, “They’re having to work on making the scene changes fluid,” she noted. www.insidenorthernnevada.com Joyce Sheen, INN The cast of 'Kochenderfer’s Dracula' are getting into character for their performances. Kneeling and sitting at left), Liam Gallups and Chelsea Baker, (lurking over the coffin lid), Shanna Armstrong, Lillian Moravec, and Katherine Tyree, (in the coffin) Wyatt Lester, (standing in stripes) Tanner Lecumberry, (seated damsel) Chloe Yates, (standing in a group, left to right) Eric Francis, Marcos Duran-Salcedo, Alec Mayo, Dain Maher, and Robert Stepper, (kneeling front right) Maeve Donovan. 22 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 “I have a really good feeling about this group of kids,” James said of her drama and stagecraft classes, both of which have an uncommon number of first-timers. She said, “I’m thrilled with the kids and it’s exciting to introduce nearly a whole new group to the fun and hard work of drama and stagecraft.” James is having her own first-time experience this year with having the help of a co-teacher for drama and stagecraft. James’ has a student-teacher, Kelly Ross, who is working on taking over teaching the English classes James teaches also teaches. For the drama and stagecraft classes, they decided the best formula was to work as co-teachers. James said, “Having another adult to help with everything is pretty great,” James said. James pointed out that longtime drama teacher Janet Kennedy always had the help of Susan Rorex who taught stagecraft for years and worked in concert with Kennedy to put on all the plays. Rorex continued to volunteer her help with scenery and costumes for years after she retired from teaching. “I just got thrown into Kochenderfer’s DRACULA Oct. 14 -15 • 7 p.m. Lowry High School it all by myself.” James said in addition to all the help, student teacher Kelly Ross adds a refreshing element entirely her own to the group. Ross is a 1999 Lowry graduate in her first month of student teaching. Ross hoped she could do her student teaching with James, who had been her teacher at Lowry and also her Honor Society advisor. “The play is very funny,” said Ross, adding that she is really enjoying watching the students make it their own. Put it on the calendar — Kochenderfer’s Dracula will be performed by the LHS drama and stagecraft classes on Tuesday, Oct. 14 and Wednesday, Oct. 15. James explained the reason behind the mid-week performances, saying she’s working around her students’ schedules. “They’re involved with everything — soccer, cheerleading, football, and we want them to be involved,” she said. Here’s a plot teaser: Count Dracula seems like just another customer to bumbling real estate salesman Jonathan Harker. Well, except for his really long fangs, his lack of a reflection, his fear of garlic and crosses, and his intolerance for sunlight. But when the Count holds Jonathan captive and pursues a romantic relationship with his fiancee, believing she is his longlost bride, well that’s enough to make any man want to drive a stake through someone’s heart. “You don’t have to travel to Reno and pay high prices to see good theater,” said James, “we have it right here in Winnemucca and the price hasn’t changed for 20 years.” The play will be held in the auditorium of Lowry High School. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. each night, with curtain up at 7 p.m. F Joyce Sheen, INN The play has a unicorn in it? It does! Chelsea Baker is shown getting in to the first part of her unicorn costume with help from drama and stagecraft teacher Corrine James. www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 23 Horror fans will delight in October's releases Sci-Fi fans pin hopes 'Gravity' AT THE Oct. 4 Grace Unplugged Having just turned 18, Grace Trey aspires to more than just singing at her church, where the worship leader is her father—a former pop star. So, with the help of Mossy, her dad’s former manager, Grace records a cover version of her dad’s old Top-10 hit, runs off to Los Angeles, and begins toto taste the kind of stardom she’s always dreamed about. Yet with each rung of the ladder she climbs, Grace feels more and more pressure to compromise her values, further straining her relationship with her parents. Will everything she experiences lead her to reject her faith or rediscover it? MOVIES A.K.A. Doc Pomus Doc Pomus was the most unlikely of rock & roll icons. Paralyzed with polio as a child, Brooklyn-born Jerome Felder reinvented himself first as a blues singer, renaming himself Doc Pomus, then as a songwriter, creating some of the greatest hits of the early rock and roll era: “Save the Last Dance for Me,” “This Magic Moment,” “A Teenager in Love,” “Viva Las Vegas,” and a thousand others. Doc used crutches and a wheelchair. He lived life fully, if not always happily or easily. A.K.A. Doc Pomus brings to life Doc’s joyous, heartbreaking, romantic, and extraordinarily eventful journey. Clooney, Bullock flick opens Oct. 4 nationwide Directed by Oscar nominee Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity stars Oscar winners Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in a heart-pounding thriller that pulls you into the infinite and unforgiving realm tion battles, to wild horse rescues, personal heartbreak and new-found love, this is the self-told tale of a colorful cowboy, paralleling both the old West and America’s growing awareness of the importance of protecting our natural resources. of deep space. Bullock plays Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (Clooney). But on a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving Stone and Kowalsky completely alone in space. of his unusual stomach pain: a pintsized demon living in his intestine that, triggered by excessive anxiety, forces its way out and slaughters the people who have angered him. Out of fear that his intestinal gremlin may target its wrath on the wrong person, Duncan attempts to befriend it, naming it Milo and indulging it to keep its seemingly insatiable appetite at bay. Runner Runner Starring: Anthony Mackie, Ben Affleck, Gemma Arterton, Justin Timberlake. Princeton grad student Richie, believing he’s been swindled, travels to Costa Rica to confront online gambling tycoon Ivan Block. Richie is seduced by Block’s promise of immense wealth, until he learns the disturbing truth about his benefactor. When the FBI tries to coerce Richie to help bring down Block, Richie faces his biggest gamble ever: attempting to outmaneuver the two forces closing in on him. All Is Bright Lie, cheat, steal...it’s all part of the holiday spirit for ex-con Dennis (Paul Giamatti) and fast talker Rene (Paul Rudd) when they try to make a quick buck selling Christmas trees in New York. For Dennis it’s a chance to go straight, and for his best friend and former partner-in-crime, Rene, it’s a chance to make some easy cash so he can marry Dennis’s exwife. But for two not-very-bright guys now stuck together on the cold streets of Brooklyn, this holiday season may bring some of the most unexpected miracles of all. Concussion Written and directed by Stacie Passon in an auspicious directing debut effort, and produced by Rose Troche, "Concussion" is a poignant sexual examination of Abby (Robin Weigert in a star making breakout turn), a forty something married wealthy, lesbian housewife who, after suffering a blow to the head from getting smacked by her son’s baseball-walks around every corner of her suburban life to confront a mounting desire for something else. She takes on a new project and purchases a pied-à-terre in Manhattan. Walking around the city streets reminds Abby what it feels like to be sexy, and her pent-up libido shakes off its inhibitions. Her newfound desire though is not a take-home item, so Abby inaugurates a double life as a high-end escort. Palpably sensual and deliciously contained, "Concussion" is a keen observation of the complicated contours of midlife crisis. + www.insidenorthernnevada.com The Institute A documentary examining a groundbreaking San Francisco phenomenon, where cryptic narratives and real worlds collide to produce unforeseen and, at times, unsettling consequences. The Institute takes the viewer on a journey into a secret underground organization teeming just beneath the surface of everyday life. Bad Milo! Starring: Gillian Jacobs, Ken Marino, Mary Kay Place, Patrick Warburton, Peter Stormare, Stephen Root. Duncan’s life is a real pain in the butt! Tormented by a manipulative, crooked boss, a nagging mother, a deadbeat new age dad, and a sweet, yet pressuring, wife, his mounting stress starts to trigger an insufferable gastrointestinal reaction. Out of ideas and at the end of his rope, Duncan seeks the help of a hypnotherapist, who helps him discover the root A.C.O.D. Still caught in the crossfire of his parents 15 year divorce, a grown man discovers he was unknowingly part of a study on divorced children and is enlisted in a follow-up years later, which wreaks new havoc on his family. Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde is a cinematic adventure that examines the vibrant life of a cowboy, conservationist and award-winning writer, who through extreme perseverance is preserving part of America. From cattle drives, rodeos and conserva- 24 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 DVD Releases for October Oct. 1 100 Bloody Acres Awkward: Seasons 1 & 2 Beauty & the Beast: First Season Columbo: Seasons 1-4 The Croods Dead Before Dawn Downton Abbey: Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Fright Night 2: New Blood The Frozen Ground Glee: The Complete Fourth Season How I Met Your Mother: S. Eight Magnum P.I.: The Complete Series Morning Murder, She Wrote: Series New Girl: Season Two North America Phineas & Ferb: Mission Marvel Shaquille O’Neal Presents All Star Comedy Jam – Live from Atlanta This is the End Volcano The Wizard of Oz: 75th Anniversary Edition A Hijacking At Any Price Bewitched: The Complete Series Come Dance with Me Defiance: Season One Embrace of the Vampire Exploding Sun Gentle Ben: Season One Hart of Dixie: Second Season The Heat The Hitch-Hiker: Kino Classics Remastered Edition Hitched for the Holidays Home for Christmas: A Golden Christmas 3 Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness – The Scorpion Sting Lost and Found Love Actually: Anniversary Edition Merry In-Laws Monsters vs. Aliens: Cloning Around Orson Welles’ The Stranger: Kino Classics Remastered Edition Pacific Rim The Partridge Family: Series Plush Prayers for Bobby Shrek The Musical Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Complete Season Five Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Seasons 1-5 Collector’s Edition Thankskilling 3 Vikings: Season One Wikileaks as world's watchdog Benedict Cumberbatch as Wikileaks founder Julian Assange The Summit In August, 2008, 18 mountain climbers reached the top of K2. 48 hours later, 11 people were dead. While memorials paid tribute to those killed, there were also condemnations about ‘the why.’ Why do these athletes risk everything to reach a place humans are simply not meant to go? With breaththtaking cinematography and jaw dropping reenactments based on the testimony of those who survived the climb, this thrilling film is about the very nature of adventure in the modern world. The Fifth Estate opens Oct. 11 Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Alicia Vikander, Carice van Houten, Dan Stevens, Daniel Brühl, Moritz Bleibtreu, Peter Capaldi. Triggering our age of high-stakes secrecy, explosive news leaks and the trafficking of classified information, WikiLeaks forever changed the game. Now, in a dramatic thriller based on real events, The Fifth Estate reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organization. The story begins as WikiLeaks founder Julian battle his way through Mexico in order to take down an arms dealer who looks to launch a weapon into space. The Dirties Two best friends are filming a comedy about getting revenge on the bullies at their high school, but one of them isn’t joking. Oct. 8 2000 Yankees World Series Collectors Edition 90210: The Final Season After Earth The Avengers: Emma Peel Megaset Bones: The Complete Eighth Season The Borrowers Chucky: The Complete Collection Curse of Chucky DCU: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Deluxe Edition Europa Report Frat Brothers Home Run Horror Stories I Married a Witch Leviathan The Lifeguard Masterpiece Mystery Monster High: 13 Wishes Much Ado About Nothing Psych: Seventh Season The Purge Robot Chicken: Season Six Shiver The Six Million Dollar Man: S.4 Stuck in Love Super Friends: Legacy of Super Powers Season 6 White Collar: Season Four Zombie Hunter Five Dances Five Dances is a creatively adventurous narrative feature film set in the New York ‘downtown’ modern dance world. The story follows the rocky emotional journey of a talented 18-year old dancer who must choose between his responsibility to his broken family in the Midwest, and forging a life and career for himself. Oct. 22 Barbie & Her Sisters in A Pony Tale Before Midnight The Conjuring Dead in Tombstone I Give It a Year The Internship Kindred: The Embraced La Notte Nikita: The Complete Third Season OKA! Only God Forgives The Uninvited The Way, Way Back Assange and his colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg team up to become underground watchdogs of the privileged and powerful. On a shoestring, they create a platform that allows whistleblowers to anonymously leak covert data, shining a light on the dark recesses of government secrets and corporate crimes. Soon, they are breaking more hard news than the world’s most legendary media organizations combined. But when Assange and Berg gain access to the biggest trove of confidential intelligence documents in U.S. history, they battle each other and a defining question of our time: what are the costs of keeping secrets in a free society—and what are the costs of exposing them? within the heartland darkness, one of The Seven Gates Of Hell demands the blood of the innocent to unleash the creatures of the damned. Nothing Left to Fear Wendy, her husband Dan and their kids have just moved to the small town of Stull, Kansas, where Dan is the new pastor. But in this sleepy community of friendly neighbors, a horrific series of occurrences awaits them: Their teenage daughter is being tormented by grisly visions. Her younger sister has been marked for a depraved ritual. And deep Oct. 29 Byzantium Damages: The Complete Series Drug War Free Samples Gatchaman Complete Collection Margarita Monsters University R.I.P.D. Oct. 11 Captain Phillips Starring: Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Addirahman, Catherine Keener, Tom Hanks. The true story of Captain Richard Phillips and the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama, the first American cargo ship to be hijacked in two hundred years. Machete Kills Starring: Danny Trejo, Alexa Vega, Antonio Banderas, Charlie Sheen, Cuba Gooding Jr., Demián Bichir, Jessica Alba, Mel Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Sofía Vergara. The U.S. government recruits Machete to Oct. 15 The Honeymooners: 39 Episodes I Dream of Jeannie: Series www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 25 All the Boys Love Mandy Lane Starring: Amber Heard, Anson Mount. Because Mandy Lane has blossomed over the summer, a group of high school buddies decide to invite her to a party on a ranch in the middle of no where. Now that the sweet girl has turned hot girl, the boys think they can really get the party started, but Mandy may prove to be a real “kill”-joy, the kind that leaves a body count. Beat poet beginnings traced in 'Kill Your Darlings' Daniel Radcliffe stars as Allen Ginsberg Daniel Radcliffe stars as Beat Generation icon Allen Ginsberg in this biopic set during the famed poet’s early years at Columbia University, and centering on a murder investigation involving Ginsberg, his handsome classmate Lucien Carr, and fellow Beat author William Burroughs. The year is 1944. Ginsberg (Radcliffe) is a young student at Columbia University when he falls hopelessly under the spell of charismatic classmate Carr (Dane DeHaan). Alongside Carr, Ginsberg manages to strike up friendships with aspiring writers William Burroughs (Ben Foster) and Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) that would cast conformity to the wind, and serve as the foundation of the Beat movement. Meanwhile, an older outsider named David Krammerer falls deeply and madly the chance to put faces to the two names they’ve undoubtedly heard innumerable times: Romeo and Juliet. Every generation deserves to discover this lasting love. Broadway Idiot Broadway Idiot follows Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong from a punk rock concert at Madison Square Garden to the opening of his musical American Idiot on Broadway only ten blocks away, but worlds apart. From behind the curtain share in the crazy journey of turning the mega-hit album into a punk rock musical - and ultimately see how the world of theater transformed Billie Joe. Dane DeHaan and Daniel Radcliffe in 'Kill Your Darlings' Escape from Tomorrow The most provocative film from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, “Escape from Tomorrow” should not exist — and yet it does. Like nothing you’ve ever seen, Randy Moore’s directorial debut is a bold and ingenious trip into the happiest place on earth. An epic battle begins when a middleaged American husband and father of two learns that he has lost his job. Keeping the news from his nagging wife and woundup children, he packs up the family and embarks on a full day of park hopping amid enchanted castles and fairytale princesses. Soon, the manufactured mirth of the fantasy land around him begins to haunt his subconscious. An idyllic family vacation quickly unravels into a surrealist nightmare of paranoid visions and bizarre encounters. in love with the impossibly cool Carr. Later, when Krammerer dies under mysterious circumstances, police arrest Kerouac, Burroughs, and Carr as potential suspects, paving the way for an investigation that would have a major impact on the lives of the three emerging artists. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kyra Sedgwick, David Cross, and Michael C. Hall co-star. Opens Oct. 16. the man sails unknowingly into the path of a violent storm. Despite his success in patching the breached hull, his mariner’s intuition and a strength that belies his age, the man barely survives the tempest. Using only a sextant and nautical maps to chart his progress, he is forced to rely on ocean currents to carry him into a shipping lane in hopes of hailing a passing vessel. But with the sun unrelenting, sharks circling and his meager supplies dwindling, the ever-resourceful sailor soon finds himself staring his mortality in the face. and Scott interweave the author’s characteristic wit and dark humor with a nightmarish scenario, in which a respected lawyer’s onetime dalliance with an illegal business deal spirals out of control. Oct. 18 Carrie Starring: Chloe Moretz, Julianne Moore. A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz), a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. Based on the best-selling novel by Stephen King. Bastards Bastards follows Marco Silvestri, a captain on a container-ship who is called urgently back to Paris by his desperate sister Sandra. Sandra’s husband has committed suicide, the family business has gone under, her daughter has gone adrift, and she holds powerful businessman Edouard Laporte responsible. Determined to exact a revenge for the violence done to his family, Marco moves into the building where Laporte’s mistress Raphaelle lives; but he can’t avoid Sandra’s manipulations or the fact that he is falling in love with Raphaelle. Ghost Team One When roommates Brad (J.R. Villarreal) and Sergio (Carlos Santos) accidentally arouse the dead, they team up with sexy amateur ghost hunter, Fernanda (Fernanda Romero), to expose the evil inside their home. But just as the guys start to get close to their hot new partner, they discover that a crazy demon wants in on the action. Escape Plan Starring: 50 Cent, Amy Ryan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Vincent D’Onofrio. Ray Breslin is the world’s foremost authority on structural security. After analyzing every high security prison and learning a vast array of survival skills so he can design escape-proof prisons, his skills are put to the test. He’s framed and incarcerated in a master prison he designed himself. He needs to escape and find the person who put him behind bars. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Starring: Jackson Nicoll, Johnny Knoxville. Signature Jackass character Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville) and his grandson Billy will take movie audiences along for the most insane hidden camera road trip ever captured on camera. Real people in unreal situations, making for one really messed up comedy. Oct. 12 Romeo and Juliet Starring: Douglas Booth, Hailee Steinfeld. An ageless story from the world’s most renowned author is reimagined for the 21st Century. This adaptation is told in the lush traditional setting it was written, but gives a new generation the chance to fall in love with the enduring legend. With an all-star cast including Hailee Steinfeld,d, Douglas Booth, Paul Giamatti and Stellan Skarsgard, it affords those unfamiliar with the tale Oct. 25 The Counselor Legendary filmmaker Ridley Scott and Pulitzer Prize winning author Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men) have joined forces in the motion picture thriller ‘The Counselor’ starring Michael Fassbender, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, and Brad Pitt. McCarthy, making his screenwriting debut Oct. 30 Skinwalker Ranch Inspired by true events that shocked the paranormal community around the world. A scientific research team investigates and documents the supernatural phenomena surrounding the disappearance of a cattle rancher’s 10 year old son. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com All Is Lost Starring: Robert Redford. Deep into a solo voyage in the Indian Ocean, an unnamed man wakes to find his 39-foot yacht taking on water after a collision with a shipping container left floating on the high seas. With his navigation equipment and radio disabled, 26 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 Basque & American Food Great Food! Great Service! Introducing New Exciting Specials! 180 Melarkey • Winnemucca, NV • 623-3455 www.insidenorthernnevada.com Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 27 Business Meeting? We have a perfect banquet room with projector and screen. Menu available. Lunch : Tues-Sat 11am-2pm Dinner: Tuesday-Sunday 4:30-10pm WINE & SPIRITS TASTING NOTES Sequoia Grove puts 'enthusiasm' in every bottle The WINE GUYS Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr and mineral notes add to the mix of flavors. Sequoia Grove Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 ($38). Focused on Rutherford fruit, this dense wine has good weight on the palate and copious blackberry and cherry flavors. The oak is apparent but not overwhelming. About 40 percent of the oak is from American trees. Eighteen percent of the blend is from other Bordeaux grape varieties. WINE PICKS Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 ($44). Sequoia Grove is easy to spot from the busy Highway 29 near Oakville in Napa Valley. It is nestled in a small grove of giant sequoia trees, one of a few redwood stands in Napa Valley. Until recently, we’ve not been a fan of Sequoia Grove because the wines never passed our threshold for mediocrity. Whatever happened in the last several years, however, has been positive. When he applied for the winemaking job, the owners asked how he would turn around Sequoia Grove. Trujillo said they needed to get better grapes. When Trujillo first arrived, the winery purchased 80 percent of its grapes. Today it grows 80 percent of its grapes. He feels they are 6 to 7 years into the rebuilding process, but he is confident his wines will “compete with anything around us.” Annual production hovers around 38,000 cases, which is relatively small. Trujillo and winemaker Molly Hill prefer to concentrate on making small lots of artisan wines that are largely unavailable in most markets. A focus on breadth and small-batch wines makes it more difficult to identify Sequoia Grove’s signature. However, the booming business at its popular tasting room off the main drag in Napa Valley allows them to quickly distribute many of the small production wines unavailable nationally. The tasting room obviously plays a big role in its business plan. “Molly and I have this ship turned around,” he said. Sequoia Grove’s cabernet sauvignon appears to be the starship of the fleet. At $38 it is one of the best cabernet values in Napa Valley. As if to demonstrate that Sequoia Grove can produce great, age-worthy wines, Truijillo and Hill have crafted a superb, limited-production red blend called Cambium that will challenge the pocketbook at $140 a bottle. Here are some of the gems we recommend: One of California’s most historic wineries produces consistently good cabernet sauvignon from excellent vineyards in Rutherford, Mt. Veeder and Atlas Peak. This one is no less in quality. It shows off an opulent nose of dark berry, spice, oak and clove. There is an abundance of rich dark cherry fruit and long finish. Napa winemaker Trujillo works to source and grow better grapes We have always felt that enthusiasm accounts for something at a winery. Anyone bored with winemaking can’t be producing good stuff if a chardonnay, for instance, doesn’t excite the senses or blends too easily with the plonk made down the street. So when you talk to Michael Trujillo, president and director of winemaking at Sequoia Grove, you know you’re going to taste enthusiasm. Trujillo has worked at Sequoia Grove for more than 30 years, but in 1998, after studying at UC Davis extension program for enology, he earned his first winemaking job at Sequoia Grove. He also learned a lot from respected winemakers, such as Tony Soter, Mike Grgich and the late legend Andre Tchelistcheff. 28 | Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 Louis M. Martini Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 ($30). You would be hard pressed to find a cabernet sauvignon of this caliber for $30. Alexander Valley is one of the best regions in Sonoma County for cabernet sauvignon. This one shows off herbal aromas with a dash of licorice. Richly structured, it has black cherry flavors and fine tannins. Luce Della Vite Luce 2009 ($93). The price will scare off a lot of consumers, but have no fear that the wine lives up to the expectations. A blend of sangiovese and merlot, it has excellent structure and concentration. There are layers of aromas, ranging from plum to nutmeg and licorice. The palate is generous in round cherry and plum flavors. F www.insidenorthernnevada.com Sequoia Grove Chardonnay 2011 ($28). Most of the grapes come from Carneros, but you won’t find that on the label. Trujillo likes to have the flexibility to introduce new sources, including Oak Knoll, from year to year. The Wente chardonnay clone gives this wine mouthfilling ripeness. Citrus, apple Notes from the experts — The sagrantino grape The WINE GUYS Recommend Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr Several years ago one of us had the opportunity to visit Umbria in central Italy. The reason for the visit was to explore the region around Montefalco and learn more about the excitement surrounding the resurgence of the indigenous sagrantino grape. The sagrantino grape originally was grown by monks who used it to produce a dessert-like sweet wine as far back as the Middle Ages. Revived as a dry table wine in the late 1970s and early 1980s, the wine was granted D.O.C.G. status in 1992. The sagrantino grape has a reputation for producing ink-black wines with fierce tannins and high levels of a natural phenol resveratrol that is believed by some scientists to have health benefits. We recently had the opportunity to taste some current new offerings of wines from the region around Montefalco all of which made use of the sagrantino grape. Following are our impressions: with very intense cherry fruit flavors with a hint of leather in the nose and mouth. This wine would go well with pretty much any red meat dishes, and is a great introduction to the sagrantino grape. WINE of the BEER NOTES Growing up in the 1960s, beer choices were pretty much limited to lagers and local brands such as Natty Boh or national brands like Budweiser, Schlitz and Carling. Exotic was drinking Lowenbrau or Heineken. Today there is a brave new world of hand-crafted, small production local beers, as well as a myriad of seasonal beers produced by local and national craft brewers that cater to virtually any flavor imaginable. Often these selections come bottled in 25-ounce bottles and sport alcohol levels of 8-10 percent and price tags of $10-$20 each. After a recent wine tasting we broke out some of these craft beers and were delighted that they appealed to our wine loving guests. The refreshing quality of the brews and complex flavors evoked a lively discussion and a vow to investigate these new bottlings in the future. Since we are entering the fall drinking season, you will find that a wide variety of seasonal beers are available in wine, beer, and spirits shops -- especially pumpkin beers that we highly recommend. Following are our tasting notes on some of the available craft beers available in our area. MONTH Woodbridge introduces new sweet red and sweet white wines Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi has broadened its extensive portfolio with the additions of Sweet Red and Sweet White wine blends. These sweet wines bring a new dimension to the dependable and affordable Woodbridge line, drinking well on their own or as a fun addition to fruity wine cocktails. Sourced and produced in California, the Woodbridge Sweet Red is a chillable red blend comprised primarily of Syrah, Merlot and a variety of sweet white grapes.This enticing wine displays lively flavors of strawberries and watermelon, and aromas of cherry and raspberry. The Woodbridge Sweet White, a proprietary white blend highlighted by Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, Viognier and Verdelho, exudes bright citrus flavors of tangerine, orange blossom and grapefruit, and is rounded out by aromas of luscious green apple and white fig. Both wines are versatile enough to pair with nearly anything, from spicy Asian foods to assorted cheeses and fruit desserts. The Woodbridge Sweet Red and Sweet White wines can be just as delicious served on their own, as they can be blended into sweet and fruity wine cocktails. The Sweet White shines when mixed into a fun cocktail like a white peach Bellini. The Sweet Red can be enjoyed chilled, or when blended into a fruity red sangria with diced strawberries and apple slices. Antonelli Montefalco Rosso DOC 2009 ($23). This blend -- 65 percent sangiovese, 15 percent sagrantino, 10 percent cabernet sauvignon, and 10 percent merlot -- started out of the bottle closed but opened up after about 20 minutes in the glass. The wine exhibited a nice dried cherry nose, and was round and rich in the mouth showing good potential for a couple of years aging. New Belgium Brewing Lips of Faith Pluot Ale 25 oz. ($10). This ale from New Belgium Brewing Fort Collins Colorado is a very smooth fruit flavored brew that is made from pluots which are hybrid fruit of apricot and plum. Nice complexity and the 10 percent alcohol packs a punch. Tenuta Castelbuono Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG 2007 ($37). This is 100 percent sagrantino. Beautiful licorice, berry nose that led to a smooth and rich expression in the mouth with significant soft mouth coating tannins. Should evolve well over 3-5 years. Shipyard Brewing Co. (Portland Maine) Pugsleys Signature Series Smashed Blueberry 25oz ($10).The malt beverage base is a cross between a porter and a scotch ale. Blueberries infuse the malt base which offers coffee and chocolate notes to create a beautiful beverage. Try this by itself or with chocolate desserts. 9 percent alcohol. Arnaldo-Caprai Sagrantino di Montefalco “Collepiano” 2005 ($50). Made entirely from sagrantino, this wine revealed a very complex Bordeaux-like nose and flavors of licorice, cherries, cassis and earth. This is a very intense wine with big but appropriate tannins that should age and evolve nicely for a very long time. Magnificent! Southern Tier (Lakewood, New York) Pumking Pumpkin Ale 25 0z. ($10). This pumpkin ale can be very difficult to find due to the almost rabid devotion of its fans. Very rich in the mouth with intense flavors of pumpkin pie spices , this pumpkin ale is one of our favorites. Schlafly (St. Louis, Missouri) Pumpkin Ale 6-12oz bottles ($12). Not as intense as the Southern Tier Pumking, but a very nice brew with a good balance of cinnamon, nutmeg and clove that make this 8 percent ale very easy to drink and a good value. F Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 29 Terre di Trinci Montefalco Sagrantino 2006 ($25).This is a bargain for sagrantino lovers. 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Students will learn how to work with clay in both hand building, and wheel-throwing techniques. Finishing methods such as decorating, stamping, painting, and staining will be introduced as well as the discussion and practice of firing and glazing of clay works. Stoneware clay will be used and cone 6 and cone 06 glazes will be available. All firings will be done by the museum in an electric kiln. Enrollment is limited to nine students. All materials are provided. Instructor: Karen Vetter; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $159 Museum members, $179 non-members Portrait Drawing Tuesdays, Oct. 1 – Nov. 5 / 6 – 9 p.m. Students will learn to draw portraits from live, clothed models. Students will be taught classic drawing techniques using line, value and composition while focusing on the head, facial expression, hands and overall pose. Students will benefit from individual instruction and instruction in classic drawing techniques. Instructor: Martha Voyevidka; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $144 Museum members, $162 non-members brush techniques. All materials are provided for this class. Instructor: Erik Holland; Ages: 7 - 12 / All levels Cost: $29 Museum members, $32 non-members Introduction To Watercolors Sunday Oct. 13/ 1 – 4 p.m. This class is designed for anyone who would like to explore the medium of watercolor without the commitment! Experiment with techniques such as glazing, masking, wet on wet, hard edges and much more. Find out if watercolor is for you. This class is also good for beginners who would like to play with watercolor techniques in an instructive setting. All supplies are included. Instructor: Carroll Charlet; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $29 Museum members, $32 non-members Mini Masters: Portraits In Paint Wednesdays, Oct. 23 – Nov. 13 / 3:30 – 5 p.m. Young artists will enjoy learning basic painting and drawing techniques in four week series focused on the portrait. Students will enjoy a visit to the Museum’s collections to examine portraits in the galleries. All materials and a snack are included with registration. Instructor: Merry Mathers; Ages: 7 - 12 / All levels Cost: $58 Museum members, $64 non-members Life Drawing: Open Studio Wednesdays, Oct. 2 – 23 / 6 – 9 p.m. Improve your life drawing skills and explore a variety of media while working freely from a nude model in this popular open studio class. The instructor will be present to coordinate class and offer instruction upon request. Both male and female models will be posed and drawn. Instructor: Jerry Stinson; Ages: 18 and up / All levels Cost: $96 Museum members, $108 non-members Baby Painting - Session I and II Saturday Oct. 19 / Session 1: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m.| Session II: 10:30 - 11:15 a.m. Bring your baby or toddler and go beyond finger-painting by blobbing, smushing, and smearing colors with hands and feet! Witness baby’s first painting with no mess at home. Your wee one will make a creative keepsake for the family to cherish. Dress for a mess! Instructor: Lisa Kornze; Ages: 6 months to 3 years Cost: $12 Museum members, $15 non-members Dia De Los Muertos Sugar Skull Workshop Thursday Oct. 24 / 6- 7 p.m. Learn about the Mexican tradition of Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and create and decorate colorful sugar skulls! This centuries old tradition honors and celebrates the souls of those who have passed. This class will provide demonstration of the steps of making a sugar skull from scratch. Each student will receive two sugar skulls to decorate and take home. Instructor: Pumori Hall; Ages: 1 - 12 with adult Cost: $16 Museum members, $18 non-members Instructional Figure Drawing Thursdays, Oct. 3 – Nov. 7 / 9 a.m. - noon Back to basics! Students will be taught classical drawing techniques while focusing on anatomy, structure and form. Live nude models will be posed. Individual instruction and critique are fundamental to this course open to all skill levels. Instructor: Martha Voyevidka; Cost: $144 Museum members, $162 non-members The Art Of Meditation Saturdays, Oct. 19 – Nov. 2 / 10:15 - 11:15 a.m. Learn to relax. Become more peaceful. Leave the friction of daily life behind. Meditation can be a cornerstone of a healthy, happy, productive life. Everyone can do it. This class is taught by an expert who has over 30 years experience helping people just like you. It does not require concentration or any special skill. You will learn different techniques that you can take home and use on your own. Students of all levels are welcome. Instructor: Stephen Jacobs; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $24 Museum members, $27 non-members Book Arts: Hard Cover Accordion Photo Album Sunday Oct. 27 / 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Create a lovely hardcover accordion book with insets in the pages for photos or artwork. This versatile structure can be modified to create small or large scale books. Completed books can be viewed one page at a time or as a complete display. Instructor: Katherine Case; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $68 Museum members, $74 non-members Portrait Painting: Open Studio Mondays, Oct. 7 – Nov. 4 / 6 – 9 p.m. Students will be introduced to portrait painting techniques in the first class sessions (without a model). The following four classes will have brief instruction at the beginning of class followed by an open studio format painting class working from a live model. Students may use acrylic or oil paint. Instructor: Dan Helzer; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $120 Museum members, $132 non-members Watercolors: Painting From Photographs Monday Oct. 28/ 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Students will explore techniques to help them learn to complete a watercolor from photographs that speaks to the viewer in exciting ways. Students should bring several reference photos as they will work to compose several images into a completed piece. Instructor: Lady Jill Mueller; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $48 Museum members, $57 non-members The Nevada Museum of Art is the only accredited art museum in the state of Nevada. Located at 160 West Liberty Street in downtown Reno, the gallery and store are open Wednesday – Sunday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is $10 general admission; $1 for children up to 12 years. For more information visit nevadaart.org or call (775) 329-3333. F Inside Northern Nevada | OCTOBER 2013 | 31 Art High: Sketching The Figure Thursdays, Oct. 10 – Nov. 7 / 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Teens ages 13 - 18 will enjoy exploring basic figure sketching techniques through line, value, shape and composition. The first class will explore basic drawing techniques while working from a mannequin, the last three classes will include drawing sessions with a live posed model dressed in swim or athletic attire. Instructor: Jerry Stinson; Ages: 13 - 18 / All levels Cost: $74 Museum members, $82 non-members Plein Air Painting Saturdays, Oct. 19 – Nov. 2 / 1 – 4 p.m. Start oil painting, play with acrylics, experiment with water soluble oils or dabble in watercolor in this light three day workshop. Using a limited palette of harmonized color students can expect to complete basic pochades (preliminary painted sketches) in each class session. Classes will be held off-site at local scenic outdoor locations including Thomas Creek, along the Truckee River, and downtown Reno. Locations may vary, enrolled students will be provided with meeting locations. Instructor: Erik Holland; Ages: 15 and up / All levels Cost: $72 Museum members, $81 non-members Kids’ Corner: Imitate The Great - Frida Kahlo Saturday Oct. 12 / 9:30 a.m. - noon Kids will enjoy learning basic acrylic painting techniques while examining the artistic style of Frida Kahlo. Student will be guided in a step-by-step process exploring color mixing and www.insidenorthernnevada.com Clay: Earthworks Tuesdays, Oct. 22 – Dec. 3 / 6 – 9 p.m.