Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Hiking the Tahoe Rim Trail

The 170-mile-long Tahoe Rim Trail is the heart of Lake Tahoe’s extensive trail system. It...

A Look at Cohousing in Nevada

Throughout the United States, the majority of housing is made up of suburban, single-family homes....

The Mother Hips have plenty of plans for this year

Originally from Chico, California, The Mother Hips now call Marin County home. They have been...

Take a rare bike ride into snowbound Yosemite

Exploring Yosemite’s snowbound high country, quiet and deserted, richly rewards the hardy few who reach...

Wildfires are already incinerating southwestern states. 

Opinion We must come to understand what isn't working, and what cost-effective tools are not currently...

Ace your age: 50 lessons in 50 years

Interviewing Royal Robbins ranks among the best experiences in my modest writing career. Robbins pioneered...

The Chamber of Cannabis and Nevada’s Cannabis Future

Nevada voters first approved the Nevada Medical Marijuana Act in 1998. The initiative passed again in 2000, which amended the state constitution to provide for legal access to medical cannabis. Nevada Assembly Bill 453...

Downwinders Look to Renew and Expand Radiation Exposure Compensation Act

Between 1951 and 1992, U.S. scientists and engineers conducted 928 nuclear blasts at the Nevada Test Site (NTS), a roughly 1,400 square-mile federal reservation located 65 miles north of Las Vegas.  Eight hundred and...

As the Dixie Fire Continues to Rage, ForestFest and Solar Cook-Off Remains a Unifying...

At the western end of the Indian Valley is the community of Greenville, California. Eight miles to the southeast, at the other end of the valley, is the town of Taylorsville. Last week, the...

Sol Cannabis founder talks consumption lounges 

Cannabis dispensaries in northern Nevada are typically well appointed and very similar to each other. A greeter checks your id and lets you into the retail space where a budtender fills your order from...

Sick finches – the ravages of a changing climate

The salmonella bacteria causes Salmonellosis, a common and often deadly bird disease. Late last year and early this year there have been numerous reports of sick and dying goldfinches and siskins in the coastal...