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Poland’s daredevil shows video from skiing down K2

Polish climber and daredevil skier Andrzej Bargiel is showing pictures from his latest trip, when he climbed and then skied down the world’s second-highest mountain, K2 in the Karakoram range – the first person ever to do that feat. At a news conference Friday in Warsaw, Bargiel showed video from his GoPro camera and from a drone of his July 22 daring descent on skis down the steep, narrow passages of K2, which rises 28,251 feet above sea level.

Lake City Playhouse heads to nationals with edgy ‘K2’

It may have been a risk, but it finally paid off. Coeur d’Alene’s Lake City Playhouse was recognized at the regional level by the American Association of Community Theatre for its production of “K2,” which ran in January as part of the 2012-13 season.

Theater review: ‘K2’ is gripping, intimate, emotional

When two men are stranded on a ledge on the second-tallest mountain in the world with only one rope, you know their prospects are grim. In addition, one climber is severely injured, and both are exposed to unforgiving weather. Those elements, coupled with their need to survive, make Lake City Playhouse’s production of “K2,” by Patrick Meyers, an intense experience. The imposing set and fact that the play runs just over an hour add to the urgency. It is not to be missed.