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A New Angle on Slope Inclusivity

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Only a couple of weeks later, 85-year-old Barbara Witt was cruising up and down Alpine Meadows in a bi-ski, expertly guided by long-time Achieve Tahoe volunteer, Dave Littman.

The Stars: 12 January – 8 February 2023

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‘Tis the season for trial and error … but take heart, failures reveal opportunities for refinement; as some planets begin to fade, others grow in brightness.

Throwback and Upcoming

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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.

Wallpaper is Back!

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Got the post-holiday blues? Reimagine your walls with a little wallpaper. The new modern choices are exciting and can give a room you’re tired of the pizazz you yearn for. Just ask Sue Pipal of Dragonfly Designs.

Memoirs of the Brave

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How do locals write memoirs differently? No fewer than six have published books in 2022 and 2023: Suzanne Roberts, Tim Hauserman, Eddy Ancinas, Jeremy Jones, Hans Burkhart, and Alenka Vrecek.

For-Sale Listing of Carnelian Bay’s CB’s Bistro Ends an Era

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CB’s Bistro is for sale, ending an era of ownership by Phil GilanFarr and his daughter, chef Callie Dela Fuente.

Airport Noise, Runways, and Community

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In this January My Shot, Rick Stephens agrees airport noise is a problem for nearby homeowners, and says lavatory spending is not outrageous.

In the Nonprofit Know

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Become a bona fide Tahoe/Truckee citizen by knowing well the nonprofits who need your volunteer help — and your dollars. Rachel Arst McCullough shares some of her favorite email newsletters from the area’s many helpful nonprofit groups.

Downward Ho!

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Home prices have been falling since the pandemic highs, but the uncertain outlook for this year’s economy is leaving home sellers wondering what to expect for 2023. Real estate agent Jackie Ginley weighs in.

STR Caps: Are They Working?

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In 2022, ordinances installed hard caps on short-term rentals in Truckee and Eastern Placer County. As the first year approaches its close, jurisdictional staffers reflect and real estate agents react.