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  • April 9 – May 6 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on April 8, 2015
    Click the image below for Tahoe Weekly digital edition Lauren Bobowski pedals her way through wildflowers on a beautiful spring day on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Share your spring adventures at facebook.com/TheTahoeWeekly and @TheTahoeWeekly #tahoespring. Photography by Ryan Marshall Salm, ryansalmphotography.photoshelter.com.
  • Mining the Comstock

    By The Weekly on April 8, 2015
    By Jack Harpster ·  Virginia City, in Utah Territory, was just getting established when Duane Bliss and Philipp Deidesheimer arrived in 1860. The two men would have a profound affect on the success of the Comstock Lode in coming years. | Drawing by J. Ross Browne from his 1860 book, “A Peep at Washoe.” Today, far beneath the homes and […]
  • 100 fun things to do this spring

    By Nicole Cheslock on April 8, 2015
    By Nicole Cheslock ·  Whether you spend the next few months checking items off this list or committing to a few favorites, let Lake Tahoe’s and Truckee’s magnificent surroundings, people and businesses inspire you. For families Rock art | Nicole Cheslock · Create. Build cairns. Design nature art. Get inspiration from the scores of cairns at the beach at the Coon […]
  • Spring hiking in Negro Canyon · Tahoe Time

    By Tim Hauserman on April 8, 2015
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman · The view from the Negro Canyon trail looking south toward Donner Summit. Hikers may see the railroad tracks and then Sugar Bowl in the distance ·  The south-facing, sunbaked bowl of Negro Canyon is the perfect early season jaunt after a mild winter. The 4-mile round trip hike begins winding gently through granite […]
  • Advocating for conservation, outdoors | Eric Petlock · a local profile

    By Priya Hutner on April 8, 2015
    Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   An avid outdoorsman, Eric Petlock also is passionate about conservation ·  I met Eric Petlock in a short story writing class soon after I moved to Truckee. We all have a story and like many of us who call the Tahoe region home, it usually means living life to its fullest. Eric […]
  • The Arts | Calendar

    By The Weekly on April 8, 2015
    Student work in display at SNC Sierra Nevada College is featuring the work of students in upcoming exhibits. The work of BFA candidate Michael Ballew will be featured in the exhibit “Freedumb” on display from April 13 to 27 in the Garage Door Gallery at Holman Arts & Media Center. Ballew will offer a lecture on the exhibit on April […]
  • Praying for a Miracle April

    By Mark McLaughlin on April 8, 2015
    By Mark McLaughlin ·  When snowfall is meager in the Tahoe-Sierra like it has been this season, you’ll often hear locals say, “We need a Miracle March.” Whether they realize it or not, the term was coined in 1991 after powerful Pacific storms dumped snow and rain containing nearly 25 inches of water on Donner Pass in the first three […]
  • Squaw Valley’s first season

    By Warren Miller on April 8, 2015
    By Warren Miller ·  It was the middle of February 1950, at the new ski resort called Squaw Valley, which was at best, only half finished in almost every respect. One morning I awoke to find the door to our Navy surplus, unpainted barracks blocked by 4½ feet of snow that had fallen during the night. The door swung to […]
  • Coffeebar: Community, coffee & conversation

    By Priya Hutner on April 8, 2015
    By Priya Hutner · Jillian Culver & Ashley Shine are among the friendly faces at Coffeebar ·  Community, coffee and conversation are the culture of the Coffee-bar in Truckee. Owner Greg Buchheister opened the European-style café four years ago and has created a place for people to enjoy some of the best coffee in town. “I provide a skeleton of […]
  • California wines shine at Gar Woods

    By Lou Phillips on April 8, 2015
    By Lou Phillips · Enjoy great food, gracious service and amazing vistas at Gar Woods · On the shore of Carnelian Bay stands an icon that pays respect to a history of marinas, boat races and the grand resort that was the Cornelian Bay Hotel (original spelling), of the 1800s. This area is also known for one Mr. Garfield Woods, […]