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Remembering Shane McConkey

April 1, 2016
    People

Lake Tahoe and the world lost one of the most beloved and profound big mountain skiers and BASE jumpers on March 26th; and a wonderful human being. Not only did Shane McConkey charge while skiing, it’s how he lived his life.  On and off the slopes, he brought joy and excitement to every interaction. Shane’s […]

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The Push, A South Pole Adventure for Adaptive Athletes

March 28, 2016
    OutsideMountaineeringPeople

It’s a first for adaptive athletes who literally pushed the limits and themselves. Grant Korgan, lead by Tal Fletcher and Doug Stoup, made it to the South Pole on January 17, 2012 on the 100-year anniversary when Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova expedition reached the earth’s most remote spot. […]

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Savoring the Moment with Slow Food Lake Tahoe

March 21, 2016
    People

So what is Slow Food? According to Slow Food USA, it’s “an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.” With values like that, it’s no […]

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Jamie Anderson, Slopestyle Phenom

March 11, 2016
    PeopleSkiing

Jamie Anderson, a South Lake Tahoe native, is easily considered one of the top female snowboarders in the world. And she’s headed to the 2012 Winter X Games along with Sierra-at-Tahoe team riders, Hannah Teter, and Maddie Bowman.  Go get em girls! […]

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Christin Hanna of Tahoe Youth Ballet

March 6, 2016
    People

Her goal is to team up young, emerging dancers with more experienced professionals for engaging evenings of classical and contemporary ballet. Tahoe Youth Ballet premiered in June 2009 to a standing ovation and rave reviews. Meet Founder and Artistic Director Christin Hanna of Tahoe Youth Ballet. […]

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South Shore Drum Chick Liz Broscoe goes Big

March 2, 2016
    People

It all started when she was just a little girl. The beat and rhythm of life filled her blood, overflowing with creativity. Now, she’s sharing her passion for west African drumming and dance with Lake Tahoe. Meet Liz Broscoe, South Shore Drumchik. […]

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Sacred Dance Workshops with Ann

March 1, 2016
    People

Our favorite local dancer, Ann Thennes, aka the Mountain Gypsy is holding two dance workshops to help us open to our Sacred Dance, learning its purpose and place in our lives. You will be dancing in a sacred, supportive sanctuary. Women from all walks of life gathering together, dancing in this time honored ancient way. […]

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A History of Skiing with Martin Hollay

February 28, 2016
    People

Martin will share his tales of learning to ski in Budapest on barrel staves with broom stick poles, joining the Norwegian Ski Club from Los Angeles, his involvement with the 1960 Winter Olympics at Squaw Valley, a lifetime friendship with Olympian Alpine ski racer Stein Eriksen, and finally, his illustrious career at Heavenly Ski Resort. […]

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Melissa Lanitis Gregory. In Loving Memory.

February 23, 2016
    ArtArtistsPeople

She loved art, chocolate, red wine, dogs, recycling, her old and new friends, and her community. But above all, she loved her sons, Griffin and Gordie, and her adoring husband, Alan; and her father. […]

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Helping locals for over 30 years. Ray Goodenough OPENS practice in South Shore.

January 24, 2016
    People

His spirit is all encompassing and calming to everyone who meets him. He’s bestowed many gifts upon Tahoe, but you’d never hear that from this unpretentious, gentle man. […]

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