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Archive for July, 2014

  • July 31-Aug. 6 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on July 30, 2014
    From left, actors Justin Ness (as Lord 3), Andrew Voss (as Lord 2), Dougfred Miller (as Duke Senior) and Eric Damon Smith (as Amiens) perform in a scene from “As You Like It.” The Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival production of “As You Like It” runs until Aug. 24 at Sand Harbor State Park. Photography by Gordon Reinhart, DKM Photography. 
  • Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival | Bringing the Bard to the beach

    By Priya Hutner on July 30, 2014
    Story by Priya Hutner  ·  Photos by Joy Strotz  |  Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival  ·   Shakespeare wrote, “All the world’s a stage,” and, at the Shakespeare Amphitheater, the stage and setting is truly out of this world. This year’s production, “As You Like It,” is a classic Shakespeare play with a twist. The setting is New England in the early […]
  • Tahoe Time | Teeing off on Tahoe’s disc golf courses

    By Jenn Sheridan on July 30, 2014
    By Jenn Sheridan  ·   Warm up on the mellow first and second holes at Squaw before heading into advanced terrain. | Squaw Valley  ·   Summer in Tahoe can be a hectic time of year. Sometimes, I find myself craving a relaxing afternoon away from the beach crowds and the trails, yet the clear blue sky and fresh mountain […]
  • Joe King | The King in Kings Beach, Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on July 30, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin  ·   The community of Kings Beach is going through big changes as the streets are improved, sidewalks and traffic circles installed, and other pedestrian-friendly amenities take shape this summer. With Kings Beach getting such a dramatic facelift, it seems like an appropriate time to reflect on the neighborhood’s history. Joe King came to Truckee from Texas […]
  • Whatever happened to old … what’s his name?

    By Warren Miller on July 30, 2014
    By Warren Miller  ·   During the last several years, as my eyesight has diminished, when I go to my address book with a magnifying glass, I come across the name of someone I haven’t seen or heard from for a while, even though they used to be someone I spent a lot of time with. As a result, every […]
  • Indian-inspired cuisine at Spice

    By Priya Hutner on July 30, 2014
    By Priya Hutner  ·   Co-owner Christa Finn  · Spice is not a traditional Indian Restaurant, but unquestionably Indian inspired. A fan of Indian food, the aroma of curry stirs my senses and the curry and Naan are plentiful. “Our vision has evolved since we first opened and so has our food. We serve fresh, delicious food at affordable prices,” […]
  • Wine pairings for favorite Tahoe City eateries

    By Lou Phillips on July 30, 2014
    By Lou Phillips  ·   Matt Levitt from Tahoe Blue flashes his smile and his vodka.  · Picture yourself on a beautiful, sunny day sauntering down a tree-lined boulevard by the most beautiful lake in the world. You are at the annual Tahoe City Wine Walk, a yearly bacchanal that is one of the harbingers of summer at the North […]
  • Dairy marinades for tenderizing

    By Chef David “Smitty” Smith on July 30, 2014
    By Chef David “Smitty” Smith  ·   Two weeks ago I gave a marinade recipe (visit TheTahoeWeekly.com for article). As with most marinades, it was simple and accomplishes the goal of adding flavor to the meat. In the article, I said that if you were going to marinade over night or for long periods of time, to reduce the pineapple […]
  • Incline Village Championship Course

    By TJ Lester on July 30, 2014
    By TJ Lester  ·   Incline Village Championship Course  ·   18 holes | Par 72 Yardage | 5,208-7,106 Slope | 127-146 Rating | 68.7-73.9   The Championship Course in Incline Village was built in the summer of 1964, and was the first championship layout in the Tahoe Basin. The Crystal Bay Development Company hired Robert Trent Jones Sr. to […]
  • Little Yellow Stonefly great for larger fish

    By Bruce Ajari on July 30, 2014
    By Bruce Ajari  ·   Little Yellow Stonefly  · The Little Yellow Stonefly (isoperla) is an insect that typically emerges from around mid-May through July in the Truckee River. The timing of any of these hatches can be earlier or later depending on how much snow pack is in the hills and the corresponding runoff. The Little Yellow Stonefly, or […]