BURNING MAN, BOOMBOXES, BROTHELS, BILLS & BOAT RAMPS

After much deliberation and hand-wringing, Burning Man 2021 has been canceled. Organizers now have their sights set on Black Rock City 2022.

“Clean Up the Lake” is in full swing at Lake Tahoe. A team of volunteer divers are circling the lake pulling up trash and debris. Last year over only a few miles, 3,000 pounds of trash was collected. Organizers say this clean up effort is the largest ever at Lake Tahoe and will likely take six months to finish the 72-mile circumference of the Lake Tahoe. The items pulled out so far go back decades, tires, boomboxes, mix tapes, vintage clothing, boat parts and lots of beer cans.


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Looking forward to getting out and about and enjoying the great outdoors this Spring and Summer? Tahoe National Forest released opening dates for campgrounds and boat launches. Check it out here.

Bills in Reno are more than 8% cheaper than the national average. Health insurance is 53.1% lower than the rest of the nation, auto insurance is 20% lower, utilities 13.3% and auto loans 8.3%. Is it any wonder Reno is ranked in the top 25 cities to move to after college?

You may remember Alice Little from a past newsletter. She is back at work in Nevada. With certain precautions and protocols in place, brothels re-opened in Nevada this past weekend.

 

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