From the Still
Moonshine Ink translator Cecilia Filipello adds her two cents about the conversation between Julie and Mayumi in last month's edition of Moonshine Ink regarding bilingualism.
Why are we paving paradise?
Meera Beser discusses how the development and growth trend in the area reflects Joni Mitchell's song 'Big Yellow Taxi.'
Advertising versus Editorial?
Many publications seem to run feature articles and news stories featuring their advertisers. I would love to know your publication's policy on the separation of editorial and advertising?
We Like Spanish Translations
We received a lot of letters and heard from a lot of people about the conversation between Mayumi and Julie regarding Moonshine Ink's bilingual printing in last month's edition. The responses we got were full of bewilderment and amazement that some people in our community feel as Julie do.
Truckee River Day Thank You’s
On Sunday, Oct. 15, more than 550 volunteers worked on projects throughout the watershed including meadow restoration and wetland protection. Our community restored areas in Martis Valley, on the Legacy Trail along the Truckee River, on the Truckee River at the Glenshire Bridge, at Lake of the Woods, in the Merrill Davies watershed, and in Gray Creek.
Forest Service isn’t working with mountain bikers
Community member, Kevin Bazar, responds to the recent the Forest Service's demolition of the Jackass Ridge trail and how it affects mountain biking community.
It’s not paving paradise, it’s making paradise safer and more beautiful
Community member, David Polivy, responds to the letter to the editor about paving paradise (Nov/Dec 2006) claiming nobody from out of the area is trying to pave anything. It is actually people from within the area who are interested in creating more vibrant downtown experiences, etc...
Truckee needs more bike lanes
The Town of Truckee needs to start encouraging more of us to ride bikes by widening the roads for safe bike paths.
Is the Transfer Path Right for Me?
Emily Wexler writes in about college readiness and choosing the right path to college.
13 April – 10 May 2012