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Exercise and art opportunities for kids in pandemic-time

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Episode 78 | September 30, 2020

Here’s your rundown of best ways to engage kids in art and exercise groups and activities, even as gatherings remain less than recommended. Reporting by Juliana Demarest; broadcast by Becca Loux. 

The Route to Reopening

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What are our local businesses doing to keep you safe and their doors open?

Trouble on the Truckee

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Have you seen the crowds floating down the Truckee River lately? This My Shot calls for proactive solutions and long-term planning.

It’s Official

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TTUSD board of education members voted 4 to 1 approving plan for schools to start the year off with distance learning

Masks and Privilege

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For someone who held the hands of COVID-19 patients, treating them for 40 to 60 hours a week and contracting the disease caused by the novel coronavirus herself, masking up is a social justice issue.

Talking Politics

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These turbulent social and political times can threaten friendships or build tension or even estrangement with family members. Here are some wellness tips for talking politics with loved ones.

Dead Man Walking

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COVID-19 nearly killed Truckee’s Mark Redpath. He sat down with Moonshine Ink to tell us why it’s not “just a cold” and about his continuing struggle with the devastating effects of this disease.

May 29 – 31, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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Tourism is a huge part of what makes Tahoe tick. But with lodging still closed statewide due to the coronavirus pandemic, the only realistic visitors are those within a day drive. Forecasted trends for the rest of 2020 are expected to drop as much as 50% in visitor revenues. Tune in as reporter Alex Hoeft shares the status of Tahoe’s tourism tap.

May 28, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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So we’re in stage two of reopening and life is supposed to gradually return to normal … but what does that actually mean on the day-to-day? Can I meet up with friends now? What’s the scoop for going to restaurants that are opening back up? Broadcast by Mayumi Elegado and Becca Loux, Placer County’s Dr. Aimee Sisson has the update.

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