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August 11, 2020 Moonshine Minutes


CoronAmnesia; masks and privilege.

Two opinion pieces on common courtesy in the time of the coronavirus and why wearing a mask is an act of social justice, by the Moonshine Ink Editorial Board and guest author Katie Capano respectively, make up today’s episode. Mask up, Tahoe, we have many miles to go before we sleep in this pandemic.

A Hurricane Named COVID

Healthcare capacity isn’t overwhelmed yet, “but it doesn’t mean we couldn’t get there.”

Secondary Losses and Coronavirus

The U.S. has surpassed 100,000 deaths from COVID-19, and even if you don’t know anyone directly affected, It’s not as easy as you think, but you WILL get through it.

Forecasted 20% to 50% Drop in North Tahoe Tourism Revenue

Lodging remains the one critical piece to get Tahoe to its “new normal” as a getaway destination.

When/how do you think the greater Lake Tahoe region should reopen?

Should Tahoe reopen? The people have spoken!

Defensible Space 2019 to 2020

Don't stand ... don't stand ... don't stand so close to me

Reopening and Resilience

Businesses on the North Shore are experiencing … transition at the very least, if not full on revamping or even closure due to the pandemic. Liz Bowling of the NLTRA spoke directly to four of them about the present and the future.

History in Person

Today’s news is tomorrow’s history. It’s our job to preserve it for future generations.

Free Press Must Endure; COVID-19, Meet Apollo 13

Alice Mansell, part-time Palo-Altan and part-time Donner Summit-er, appreciates the new role Moonshine is stepping into, and urges the community to emulate the team that saved the Apollo 13 NASA mission during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Love in the Time of the Coronavirus

Lindsay Simon breaks down what to do and not to do as a couple living together in quarantine.


Helping the Heroes

Policing Via Social Media

Beach Buds