Arts & Entertainment
Strong as oak
The Oak Ridge Boys have been performing for more than 40 years and come back to Sparks this weekend to play familiar ground
Arts in brief
Autapalooza 2011 on Saturday The biggest music event for local families affected by autism, Autapalooza 2011, will take place Saturday in Victorian Square in Sparks. The event runs from 3 p.m. until midnight and features a number of local bands interested in raising money for people with autism. The public is invited to attend the annual fundraising festival, and all proceeds will stay in northern Nevada to support local autism services. It is...
Get wrapped up in this mystery novel
Sometimes, people can surprise you. You like to think you’re a good judge of character — you can spot a shyster a mile away and you know a potential friend when you see one — but, you hate to admit, you’ve been wrong before. It’s a surprise when shady characters become unlikely allies, and trusted pals become untrustworthy. So upon what can you base your first impressions? For the people in Holmes County, Ohio, their way of life explains a lot...
Arts in Brief
Auditions for ‘White People’ on Friday TheatreWorks of Northern Nevada is holding auditions for J.T. Rogers’ play “White People,” directed by Pan Pantoja, from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Hobson Gallery in the Salvagery, 315 Spokane St. Auditioners must bring a one- to two-minute contemporary monologue. “White People” plays Oct. 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23 at the Salvagery. The play is a controversial, darkly funny piece about three ordinary Ameri...