When something special comes along, Reno’s crawl organizers frequently conjure up a crawl to suit the occasion. Crawls can also change dates from year to year, so be sure to check the websites for the latest information.Beer is big in Reno and Sparks. Learn more about the growing local beer scene by visiting some of the establishments you’ll find at “Breweries, Brew Pubs and Distilleries in Reno and Sparks.”Downtown Reno is the site of at least one beer crawl a month, with some months featuring more than one beer crawl due to various holidays and special events.Each crawl in the series has a special theme. They are put on by Crawl Reno and follow the same basic format as the monthly Reno beer crawl. However, these crawls don’t happen regularly every month, cost and start location differ, and crawlers are expected to don costumes related to the crawl theme. Some crawls have related events open to everyone, not just adults and not necessarily on the same day. Be sure to visit the website of each crawl of interest to get all the details.
There is an ongoing Reno Beer Crawl on the fourth Saturday of ever month. This event is in downtown Reno where all of the participating bars, pubs, and restaurants are within walking (or crawling) distance. It costs $5 to participate, which gets you a wrist band (proving you are at least 21), map to the participating establishments, a raffle ticket, and a glass to use for six ounce samples, which are $1 each. The crawl runs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The official start bar is The Library Tap House and Hookah Lounge (The Waterfall), 500 N. Sierra Street.
Reno has become the national epicenter for beer crawls, or at least a top western U.S. location for this popular adult drinking activity. What started as a small monthly beer crawl has grown to include some of the world’s largest events of this type, like the huge Reno Santa Crawl in December.According to a Tuesday press release from the DA’s office, Hernandez was sentenced May 23 to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 10 years.
Washoe County Deputy District Attorney Michael Bolenbaker previously said a visibly intoxicated Hernandez was seen fumbling with a gun among a group of people before abruptly turning to shoot Torres-Mederos twice in the head. Hernandez had a blood alcohol level of .22 when he was arrested, Bolenbaker said.
Juan Carlos Hernandez identified himself to police as “Arthur Fleck,” the character who eventually becomes the Batman villain “Joker,” shortly after the Oct. 25, 2019, shooting of 22-year-old Luis Torres-Mederos, according to previous RGJ reports.Kevin MacMillan is city editor of the Reno Gazette Journal. Email him at [email protected]; follow him @lowercase_kevin. Here’s how you can support the RGJ’s steadfast news coverage and local journalism.He was found guilty of second-degree murder on March 4 after a three-week trial in the Second Judicial District Court of Washoe County, with Judge Connie Steinheimer presiding.
Hernandez, who was 25 at the time of the shooting and had recently relocated to Klamath Falls, Oregon, after living in pleaded not guilty in January 2020, according to court records.
At the hearing, Bolenbaker argued Hernandez “executed Torres-Mederos in front of numerous bystanders with no regard for human life,” according to the release, expressing “little to no remorse for his actions after the shooting especially in light of the fact that Torres-Mederos was helping Hernandez secure a ride home just prior to being murdered.”
Additionally, Hernandez was sentenced to a consecutive term of up to 15 years in prison for having used a deadly weapon in the crime, extending his expected parole hearing date to 16 years, according to the DA’s office.
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At the start of your evening out, you can enjoy a scenic walk along our beautiful river-walk on both sides of the Truckee River. On top of all that, we have the most fun, quirky and welcoming citizenry who party like no one else.A; We’ve got all of our social media info listed on our Contact Us page. Any of those platforms are great for keeping on top of the latest crawl news, features and more.
For pre-purchased crawl cups: in the case where an event has been forced to cancel, purchaser can choose to use their credit for any Crawl Reno event for the next 365 days. If purchaser cannot attend a future event they can apply for refund. You can purchase cups ahead of time at our retail costume shop locations listed below until 6pm on crawl night. While you’re picking up your cup, grab your costume too! (Make sure to bring cash to purchase your cup!) Named by USA Today as one of the 10 Best Costumed Halloween Parties in the Nation, and Redbook as the best way to celebrate Halloween in all of Nevada, The Reno Zombie Crawl is one of the biggest bar crawls in the world! With an average of 40 different bars including 4 different resort casinos ALL in walking distance and NO LAST CALL, nobody crawls like Reno and this is THE night you don’t want to miss!