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Miss Marcia’s Shining Stars in South Lake Tahoe

July 12, 2016
    People

Everyone loves Miss Marcia. It’s easy to see why.  Marcia Sarosik has been teaching dance in South Lake Tahoe for over two decades. […]

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Soulcycler Rick Gunn: Pedaling Love and Compassion

July 5, 2016
    PeopleBiking

On July 1, 2005, he started his journey from the Golden Gate Bridge. Thirty-three countries, 25,811 miles and 34 months later, he returned to South Lake Tahoe. Rick Gunn, photographer, writer and adventurer from South Lake Tahoe, is on a mission to spread more love, compassion and understanding about our world through his captivating Soulcycler […]

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Leslie Ames, Sustainable to the Core

July 4, 2016
    People

Her laid back style, love of nature and athletic prowess energize her multiple passions that naturally unfolded for this South Lake Tahoe native. From white water kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, sailing, hiking or running her solar energy business, Leslie Ames personifies a local green business that was inspired by her roots. […]

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Thunderbird Lodge Gardeners Club

July 1, 2016
    People

Ever wonder how the beautiful gardens at the Thunderbird Lodge on east shore are maintained? Through volunteer gardeners, of course! Many of them are master gardeners who belong to the Thunderbird Lodge Gardeners Club. […]

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Todd Jackson: Big Blue Adventurer

June 6, 2016
    People

Todd takes full advantage of the endless recreation and adventures located out his front door year round in North Lake Tahoe. Whether skiing backcountry, at the resort or on the groomed skating trails in the winter, or mounting biking, hiking and sailing competitively in the Monday night Laser fleet, Jackson keeps himself active. His passion […]

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Soulcycler Rick Gunn on the Road Again

May 30, 2016
    PeopleBiking

After three years, 33 countries and 25,811 miles around the globe by bicycle, he’s back on the road again. Rick Gunn, photojournalist and bicycle adventurer, aka Soulcycler, is headed down another path of travel and self-discovery, this time starting in Scotland. […]

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Photographer Elizabeth Carmel The Changing Range of Light

May 29, 2016
    ArtArtistsPeople

Elizabeth Carmel’s, The Changing Range of Light: Portraits of the Sierra Nevada, combines the author’s remarkable landscape photography with important information about how the depicted landscapes are threatened by climate change.  […]

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Wild (About) Cherries in Truckee

May 28, 2016
    People

Owned by Truckee ski Olympian Kristin Krone, Wild Cherries is a hit with locals and visitors. One visit and you’ll see why. […]

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Health 2 Humanity Soaps Fund Orphanages

May 25, 2016
    People

Health 2 Humanity, co-founded by John Cefalu of South Lake Tahoe, is focused on creating sustainable solutions to the sanitation problems facing many developing countries, not just throwing money or products at the problem. H2H trains, teaches and funds micro-businesses in Kenya and Ghana. Soap is given to orphans and helps fund orphanages in need.  And […]

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Threads by Bruce Rettig included in PacificReview’s SHACKLED

May 6, 2016
    People

Many of you know Bruce Rettig from his award-winning advertising campaigns and design. But did you know he’s an accomplished author? His short story, “Threads,” was just published by PacificREVIEW, a west coast arts review annual that features works that explore identity in the context of West Coast/California culture. Guest contributors have included Ai, Alurista, […]

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Shaun Palmer, Snowboard Icon still on Top

May 4, 2016
    PeopleSkiing

He has nine Winter X Games gold medals in four different disciplines, six in snowboardcross, and was also the 2001 ESPY Action Sports Athlete of the Year. Meet Shaun Palmer, legendary snowboarder. […]

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South Shore Mountaineer Carving a Niche

April 29, 2016
    People

His deep love of the Sierras drives his passions. […]

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