For its 16th consecutive celebration, the Brews, Jazz and Funk festival brought breweries from across California and the West awesome regional music groups to celebrate summertime in Squaw Valley. Soulful sounds of the jazz and funk varieties could be heard echoing from the village's main hub of activity all weekend long, as bands like The Motet out of Denver, Colo., and crowd-favorite Jelly Bread rocked their performances.
Local mother-daughter duo, Cindy Shippy and Tina Peek, are reminding locals and visitors just how good a cup of tea can be. They welcome tea connoisseurs and newcomers to see what all the rage is about; straight from their Chá Fine Teas boutique located on Donner Pass Road in Truckee. "We get that a lot of people consider themselves coffee drinkers, but it is our goal to have at least one tea that everyone will love," said Tina Peek, who runs the teashop with her mother.
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