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Birds of Lake Tahoe Hike

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Ever wanted to know more about the birds in Lake Tahoe? Wanted to learn how to identify them and get first hand experience in...

Washoe History and Culture Presentation

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The Tahoe Area Sierra Club would like to invite the public to learn more about the Washoe Tribe of NV and CA in this...

The Business of Art | A Professional Development Symposium for Artists...

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The Business of Art is an annual symposium of illuminating plenary and professional development sessions for our creative community led by thought leaders and...

Business Briefs | November 12 – December 9, 2020

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Alpenglow series details announced; innovations in the restaurant, art, and education industries; Art Haus in danger; more.

June 18, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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It started with a tough choice for a local first grader: Look cool by joining in on teasing a biracial girl about her skin tone or stand up for a friend whose families visited each other often? It ended with a white family rethinking everything they thought they’d taught about tolerance, and a biracial family moving out of the region, feeling unsupported and alone. Mayumi Elegado, our publisher and editor-in-chief, spoke directly with Megan and Ambrose Seifert about their experience and view of the school’s inadequate response to the incident.

June 17, 2020 Moonshine Minutes

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School’s out for summer, but we’re all still on Zoom. Our local Sierra College was the very first community college in California to make the leap to distance learning on March 8, doing so 11 days before Gov. Gavin Newsom was to announce the official stay-at-home order March 19. An English professor Christina Nemec wrote a Moonshine exclusive describing the transition.

Nine TTUSD Teachers Let Go Last Spring Highlight Tough Situation

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Why did nine teachers not come back to work this fall after their probationary period? Who is the “non-reelect fairy” sending emails to TTUSD first- and second-year teachers with warnings about being let go?