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  • Dan Alvey shares his unique perspective on the local landscape with images of star trails, rising fog, and aerial silks.

  • Clare Foster's raw and honest piece that shares her experiences dealing with, and beating, breast cancer

  • From hiking with friends to waiting for the sun to rise, Hale Irwin incorporates his adventurous spirit into creating photographs that capture the extremely epic vibe of Tahoe

  • Jackie McKinney shares a personal story of how yoga in the buff, behind closed doors, has boosted her self-confidence.

  • Molly Allen’s sculpture work explores themes of the subconscious, human form, water, and anthropomorphism.

  • Truckee native Aaron Oropeza weaves together words, places, and emotions in an eclectic collection of five poems.

  • Incline resident Ronnie Rector's watercolors feature animals of all sizes, from cats to bears.

  • Photographer Daniel Nylen won the grand prize for his diverse images of the Tahoe landscape. The runner-up was an acrylic painting of Donner Lake by Matthew Osgood. Derrick Ament received honorable mention for his photo series of sunsets and snowy rocks on Lake Tahoe.

  • "The Trail, The Goods, The Fire Down To Coals" is a humorously realistic fictional story about backpacking with your significant other. Moral of the story? Don't forget the chocolate.

  • Heed the tale of a well-run navy's attempt to score plunders in Thomposon's poem, "The Sea King." Then read of an old, grizzly man ready to greet death with vigor in "The People You Meet in Valhalla."

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June 9, 2017