Throwback and Upcoming
The music-listening trends of Truckee High School students go deep into sounds of the past, while also embracing current beats, according to student journalist Maeve Kristian.
Cookie week at North Tahoe High School is a joy-filled week when culinary students bake more than 8,000 cookies for a cookie exchange that happens just before winter break.
Las Posadas: Pilgrimage, Prayer, and Piñatas
After a 1,095-day hiatus, the Las Posadas pilgrimage to Henness Flats, Tahoe Pines, Donner Lake, and Truckee returns, thanks to Sierra Community House and the event’s valiant promoters, Paty Sigala and Ceci Sanchez.
Arachnophobia Be Damned! In Praise of the Engineering Spider
Nature’s Corner columnist Eve Quesnel explores the engineering excellence of arachnids.
Zero Trash Tahoe
Carolyn Usinger has made it her mission to make Tahoe a more beautiful place by picking up litter. When she was convicted of misdemeanors for illegally disposing the litter into the Nevada Department of Transportation’ empty dumpster, she felt defeated. The community’s support inspired her to keep going and she is working to develop a program called Zero Trash Tahoe.
It Takes a Village
Village Pet Foundation is a new nonprofit that helps those in need cover pet medical expenses.
With local shelters bursting at the seams, Estrella is one of the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe’s longest-tenured residents longing to finally find her loving furever home.
Tuning in to the energetics of the mind and body to consciously keep the space around us very light is a perfect place to start your journey to self-awareness.
The designs that architect Lenise Candiotto Guimarães crafted throughout her decades-long career left a lasting influence on the aesthetics of neighborhoods throughout Truckee and North Tahoe.
In the latest installment of Kids’ Perspective, Moonshine’s summer intern, 15-year-old Lola Hadley, shares how social media is managing to influence her life even though she doesn’t use it.