The Mountains are Pretty

A locally born and raised folk opera takes the stage at Tahoe Art Haus this March, incorporating folk music, aerial dancing, and a one-of-a kind story.

Creative Offerings at Roam Wyld

Roam Wyld opened its doors to the public in September 2017 in Incline’s Christmas Tree Village and has been on a mission to promote confidence and wellness ever since.

An Evening with Adventuresome Activist Caroline Gleich

Alpenglow’s yearly Winter Speaker Series continues Feb. 7, when Salt Lake City-based ski mountaineer and adventurer Caroline Gleich ventures to Squaw to discuss how adventure and activism are intertwined.

Space Out at the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada

Inside Reno’s National Automobile Museum awaits something more than a collection of old cars. Explore the Challenger Learning Center of Northern Nevada.

Adult Dance Classes at InnerRhythms

InnerRhythms Dance in Truckee invites adults of all abilities to try dance classes in a variety of styles on a regular or drop-in basis in a comfortable, low-pressure environment.

How to Disagree About Climate Change

The climate change conversation is no longer about whether the current environmental situation is real, but how to propose solutions as we face the major global impacts of humans inhabiting Earth.

Dia De Los Weirdos: A Funky Halloween Party

This year’s Dia De Los Weirdos party at Crystal Bay’s Tahoe Biltmore packs a hefty lineup of eclectic sounds.

Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography

The work of Anne Brigman, a pioneering feminist, suffragette, landscape photographer, poet, and mountaineer, captures the beauty of the human body and high desert geography as one.

Will He Be the Last Dalai Lama?

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.