TAP presents this classic story of a shipwrecked mariner on a deserted island and his friend Friday.
Robinson Crusoe will be performed by South Shore’s finest young talent on November 22.
“Dancing keeps you young,” says Truckee resident Sarah Bailey, a former professional dancer/choreographer and new co-owner of Full Circle Movement exercise studio.
Sarah is heading up the new adult classes at Inner Rhythms this Fall.
I knew snowboarders were creative.
But you have to meet the Automaton Agents.
He helped pioneer the concept of passive solar architecture, and his thoughts and experiments have helped shape the evolution of solar design throughout the world.
Learn about Sustainable Architecture at his book release party.
They’re using their feet (and photography) to spread their environmental message about winter backcountry access.
Take a hike with the crew of Leeward Cinema and check out “On My Own Two Feet” October 25th at LTCC.
South Shore teacher, Krissi Russell, has released her new sing-along book about living with wildlife.
“In the Meadow (Don’t Feed Our Bears)” is a sweet short story that teaches kids (and even adults) about the importance of not feeding bears in order to keep them wild.
His focus on backcountry riding, discovering new snowboarding destinations, and almost year-round travel means he doesn’t compete in contests. Instead, Stian is known for progressing the sport from an all-mountain perspective – riding challenging natural terrain with style and grace.
Meet Stian Solberg, the newest addition to Sierra-at-Tahoe’s Elite Team.
No, it’s not too early to start planning for next summer to study abroad in Mexico.
Enroll by November 1, 2008 and receive a $100 discount.
The college’s Student Gallery will open this fall with a group exhibition titled, “Winners.”
This new, locally-made jewelry is light as a…well, as a piece of paper!
Or a few pieces of paper that is.
Mixed-media artist Melissa Lanitis Gregory came to Tahoe for 4 days…20 years ago.
Leaving her Assistant Art Director job in New York City for a waitressing job in Tahoe seemed like a no-brainer. read more →