A Bend in the Inevitable

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Tahoe's East Shore and Royal Gorge are lessons in human empowerment

Human Nature Foils Squaw Village Discussion

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Squaw Valley's KSL shift in strategy rubs against our human resistance to change

On the Border at Midnight

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Thoughts from the top.

Unicorns Fart: Sharing the Nitty-Gritty

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Applauding those who are willing to talk with bare honesty.

It Takes the Head and the Heart

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In the madness of today’s world, there is a critical shift needed for our society to find answers. We must embrace a tool that for so long we’ve been told cannot be trusted.

Illuminating a Reason for Moonshine

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Paper receives five awards in national contest

Scrappy Solutions in Today’s World

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Our publisher believes herself to be scrappy and a critical thinker — the perfect recipe for being a solutions sleuth.
 

In this New Year, Say ‘No’ to a Tahoe Lost Generation

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A journey to Spain prompts the Ink’s publisher to reflect on the endemic challenges of living with other humans, and how we might avert the threat of a ‘lost generation.’

The Great Power of Being a Witness

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A bloody experience with a dog speaks to why being witness to the Ukrainian war is a powerful weapon.

A Panacea for Keeping Tahoe Local

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We all have avenues to support Tahoe, whether your passion is the environment, disadvantaged children, or skiing. But I propose a way to get to the root of all these efforts — local media.