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Kayla Anderson

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Kayla is a freelance writer, marketer and action sports enthusiast who has spent the last 10 years in North Lake Tahoe snowboarding, hiking and wake surfing. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Chico State University and loves being out on the lake as often as she can.

PUSHing forward | Film chronicles Korgan’s journey to South Pole

In the first five minutes of talking to Grant Korgan— without even seeing the trailer of his new documentary — I could tell that...

Poetry slam | Finding inspiration in the moment

Marco Maynard has a way with words. I remember how he moved the crowd with his lyrics that allowed him to advance round after...

Saying No to Plastic Straws

When the weather starts heating up and you start ordering iced coffees and smoothies that come with plastic straws, think about where all those...

Eric Dean | Giving new life to old wood

In the middle of an industrial building on Evelyn Road in South Lake Tahoe is a small workshop where Eric Dean is working on...

Tahoe inventor designs tea lid

It is a rainy day in Tahoe, perfect weather for a warming cup of tea. Heather Lavoie is sitting at a back table in...

Paul Bartlett | Works in reflections, pattern

In a local coffee shop, a shimmering view of Lake Tahoe seems to pop out. Ripples and waves in the water gently move, changing...

Al’s Pals | You’ll never ski alone

#45 on the Ultimate Tahoe Winter Bucket List Whether you know him through Al’s Pals, Al’s Gals or Al’s Acquaintances, there’s no doubt that if...

Tom Carter | Reflections of Tahoe in glass

Outdoor enthusiast Tom Carter has always been drawn to the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe. He has spent the last two decades living on...

Awestruck by the beauty of Crystal Ridge

It’s an overcast January day and I’m driving through Crystal Bay, Nev., on my way to Diamond Peak. Looking up ahead, a white streak...

Preserving Sierra ski history on film

John Dayberry wants to make sure that the history of early Sierra Nevada mountaineering isn’t easily forgotten. He is using his experience in wood-shop...