U.S. Population Is Becoming Older, And Less White, Than Ever Before

The U.S. population is getting older and more racially diverse, according to new estimates from the Census Bureau. The findings come out as a separate analysis finds that for the first time, white deaths exceeded births in a majority of states. White people remain the majority in the U.S. — but in new data from the Census Bureau , non-Hispanic whites were the only group that didn't grow from 2016 to 2017. Whites declined by .02 percent to a total of around 198 million people. Among other...

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Time & Place: Summers at Deer Park

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 11-5-09

Nov 5, 2009

Jack reviews the "Holiday Ice Spectacular," and preveiws the "Princess Classics, Disney on Ice" and "CATS."

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 10-29-09

Oct 29, 2009

Jack reviews the Halloween shows, "McBeth," and "Ghosts"

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 10-22-09

Oct 22, 2009

Jack previews two upcoming Reno Philharmonic Orchestra concerts and reviews a recent Reno Chamber Orchestra concert.

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 10-15-09

Oct 15, 2009

Jack reviews Bruka Theater's production of "The Architect" and the upcoming performance by the Reno Chamber Orchestra.

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 10-1-09

Oct 1, 2009

Jack reviews Nevada Opera's production of Bizet's "Carmen."

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 9-24-09

Sep 24, 2009

Jack Neal reviews the Reno Chamber Orchestra's recent season opening concert and the Reno Little Theater's production of Cliffhanger.

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 09-17-09

Sep 17, 2009

This week Jack previews the season openers for the Reno Philharmonic and the Reno Chamber Orchestra.

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 9-10-09

Sep 10, 2009

On this weeks program Jack reviews the Reno Philharmonic and Reno Little Theater's "Don Juan in Hell"

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 09-03-09

Sep 8, 2009

On the 9-3 edition of Jack's Picks, a look at "Don Juan in Hell" and "42nd Street"

Jack's Entertainment Picks for 08-27-09

Aug 28, 2009

Holding center stage this week is the stunning announcement that Michael Borowitz, artistic Director for Nevada Opera, has left the company effective yesterday, then there is my preview of the Sierra Nevada Ballet, which performs Friday evening at 7:30 at the gorgeous Lake Tahoe Amphitheater at Sand Harbor, Nevada, and my review of that other fabulous dance show, "42nd Street," which is now playing at Reno's Eldorado Hotel Casino.

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