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Archive for July, 2014

  • Tahoe Powder | New ski & snowboard magazine debuts

    By The Weekly on July 21, 2014
    Tahoe Powder ski & snowboard magazine debuts in November at the SnowBomb Festivals for the 2014-2015 winter season covering the Lake Tahoe & Truckee ski & snowboard scene – downhill, back country, cross country, snowmobiling, food & wine, nightlight and much more.
  • July 17-23 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on July 16, 2014
    Wanderlust brings four days of yoga and music to the mountains in Olympic Valley from July 17 to 20 featuring teachers, performers, spiritual guides and musicians from around the globe. Photography courtesy Squaw.com. 
  • Spiritual journey | Wanderlust brings yoga to the Sierra

    By Tim Hauserman on July 16, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman  |  All photos provided by Wanderlust Squaw Valley  ·     Courtesy Wanderlust Squaw Valley  · The Wanderlust Festival returns to its birthplace at Squaw Valley from July 17 to 20. The annual event attracts thousands who come to enjoy some of the world’s greatest yoga teachers, an impressive lineup of musical acts, interesting and thought-provoking speakers, […]
  • Tahoe Time | Mastering the cast with SheJumps

    By Jenn Sheridan on July 16, 2014
    Story by Jenn Sheridan  |  Photos by Meghan Kelly  ·   SheJumps hosts a fly-fishing clinic at Sawmill Lake.  ·   There’s nothing quite like spending a sunny afternoon next to a clear blue lake, watching trout splash the surface of the water as you fool-heartedly try to untangle your fishing gear from the branches of a tree on the […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on July 16, 2014
    Untitled  |  Geoff McGilvray  |  ARTour  ·   3-D artist demonstrates work Artist Gordon Pelton, who creates portraits in three dimensions, will be exhibiting a number of these wonderful art works from July 18 to 20 at Tahoe City’s James Harold Galleries. Pelton will be at the gallery from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and from noon […]
  • Summit Canyon | A trail to history, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on July 16, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin  ·   Remains of the Dutch Flat road may be seen on the Summit Canyon trail.  ·   Editor’s Note: Part I may be found at TheTahoeWeekly.com. The original Donner Pass on historic Highway 40 is arguably one of the most significant square miles in the United States. Its legacy encompasses Native American travel and trade, pre-Gold […]
  • Small town living

    By Warren Miller on July 16, 2014
    By Warren Miller  ·   Orcas Island, where we live spring summer and fall, is only about 85 miles north of Seattle and, yet, an estimated 90 percent of the people in Seattle haven’t taken the ferryboat ride from Anacortes to Orcas Island. This is fine with my wife and me because we like the quietness. On the last Saturday […]
  • Rubicon Pizza at Northstar Village

    By Priya Hutner on July 16, 2014
    By Priya Hutner  ·     General manager Clarissa Savitsky recommends the Fire Roasted Medley Pizza  · “Gourmet Pizza with Altitude” is Rubicon Pizza’s mantra. And, who doesn’t like pizza? Some of us like our crust thin and crispy, while others lean toward the thick and doughy. Always on the lookout for a satisfying piece of pizza, I ventured out […]
  • Pianeta Tuscan charmer in Truckee

    By Lou Phillips on July 16, 2014
    By Lou Phillips  ·   Given the rustic Western vibe of commercial row in Truckee, you would have no idea that a visit to Tuscany is just a step through the doorway of Restaurant Pianeta. From the sight of the Tuscan cellar motif, to the aromas of creative Italian fare wafting through the room, you are transported to Italy. Owners […]
  • Marinade for steak

    By Chef David “Smitty” Smith on July 16, 2014
    By Chef David “Smitty” Smith  ·   Before I say anything, I have to ask you a question. Have you ever had a déjà vu? I’m guessing, yes. I think most of us have had at least one or two episodes of déjà vu in our lifetime. I personally have had hundreds of them it seems like. So, now I […]