Arts & Culture

The Ink’s Arts & Culture section delves into the art, music, collaboration, and society of Tahoe/Truckee. We focus on art and humanity, with special column Saavy Stacks about local literature and other published works to keep our inner bookworms.

Creative Expression

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Community members use art as a means of coping during these uncertain times while spreading messages of togetherness.

Lake Tahoe’s Scream Siren

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One would never guess upon meeting Hazel Court that this lovely mountain woman used to spend her days covered in blood, consorting with hell-beings. In horror films from the 1950s and 1960s, Court starred with legends of the genre such as Vincent Price and Boris Karloff.

Great Chemistry

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At 17, Nicholaus Augustine began to follow in the footsteps of three generations of family before him, pursuing a career in the beauty industry. His work has led him to create a line of fragrances for hair and body products.

Rapper Holds a Candle for Cyndi Lauper Tunes

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Atmosphere performs at the MontBleu Resort and Casino, April 21

What Would Susie Say?

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Comedian Susie Essman’s autobiography juxtaposes brash humor with serious topics for an engaging, funny, and meaningful read.

Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno

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Mexican folklore and traditions told through a dance performance by Ballet Folklorico Mexico de Carlos Moreno on April 25

Otis McDonald: Inspiring the Rock and, Most Importantly, the Roll

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Otis McDonald rafted down the Truckee River to join us on our Tiny Porch. Dedicated to a life full of music, he plays upwards of 10 instruments.

Marty O’Reilly: Old Soul, New Sound

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This band serves folk-inspired indie rock that’s moving to the soul that tells a story of their time together so intricately woven between their relationship with music and their friendship as band-mates that you’d never know which comes first.

The Mind, Heart and Soles of Thru-Hikers

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Hear tales from Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers at the Tahoe Trips & Trails event, held at The Cedar House Sport Hotel on June 17.

Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography

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The work of Anne Brigman, a pioneering feminist, suffragette, landscape photographer, poet, and mountaineer, captures the beauty of the human body and high desert geography as one.

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