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Column | Get Out & Go

Arts and Culture column about great events to get out and go to!

  • A film director introduced the world to the Dalai Lama, well before the Tibetan spiritual leader became the “worldwide rock star” he is today. Mickey Lemle talks with Moonshine about his long-term friendship with the “world’s most compassionate person,” and what drives his work.

  • This band serves folk-inspired indie rock that’s moving to the soul that tells a story of their time together so intricately woven between their relationship with music and their friendship as band-mates that you’d never know which comes first.

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  • The Keep Squaw True movement was born from the efforts of environmental watchdog Sierra Watch to ensure developments like the one proposed at Squaw don’t destroy the Sierra Nevada’s central nature. “The Movie to Keep Squaw True” premiers in Truckee this September.

  • Ten high school students embarked on a journey of epic proportions this summer in Truckee. On July 31 at 5:30 p.m. at the Cedar House Sport Hotel in Truckee, the 36th day of their experience, they’ll read poetry they’ve written about their experiences.

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    In its 24th year, the Downieville Classic is back with an exciting lineup of bike racing and eclectic bike-themed celebrations.

  • Over the summer, Slow Food Lake Tahoe will offer Wednesday workshops, Harvest Mondays, Work Wednesdays, and Community Dig-In Days on the third Saturday of each month

  • As long as the weather is decent, and you’ve got a helmet and working brakes, you can ride the professionally built tracks at the Truckee Bike Park until sundown.

  • On May 15 at Truckee High School, Ashanti Branch, of The Mask You Live In documentary, will be coming to Truckee to speak about boys, masculinity, and the challenges our boys face growing up in a culture where they have to hide many parts of their emotional world.

  • Support the arts, its vitality in the community, and Kindred’s sixth anniversary as an organization. The festival, just like the organization, will have something for everyone — tie dye, a keychain making booth, button making, Henna tattoos, hula hoops, live music from Afrolicious, an urban art wall, and brews for the parents.

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September 13, 2018