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  • May 21-June 3 Tahoe Weekly issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on May 20, 2015
    Guests aboard the “No Brainer,” a private yacht owned by Schaffer’s Mill, enjoy a day on Lake Tahoe. “Tahoe is enjoyed in so many ways, but being on the lake is incredible,” shares photographer Chris Talbot. “With my camera, as always, I was having some fun shooting for a client. We were finding a nice place to set up and […]
  • Tahoe’s best summer events

    By Katherine Hill on May 20, 2015
    By Katherine E. Hill ·   Courtesy Wanderlust · Memorial Day is the kick-off for summer fun in the Sierra, and the crowds will be out for warm days filled with boating, hiking, biking, dining and enjoying the myriad of activities. But, the best of what summer has to offer lies ahead. Here are some of the best summer events […]
  • The ultimate Tahoe summer

    By The Weekly on May 20, 2015
    Memorial Day Weekend signals the beginning of summer in Tahoe. Bright sunny days and fresh mountain air beckon all to enjoy all that Tahoe has to offer. Kick off summer with the Tahoe Weekly’s checklist of must-do summer activities. Tahoe Weekly challenges our readers to complete each of these before the leaves start to turn for fall. Just remember this […]
  • Tahoe Time | Enjoy region’s waterfalls early

    By Tim Hauserman on May 20, 2015
    Story by Tim Hauserman ·   There is something both peaceful and invigorating in the sound of a waterfall. With their power and majesty, falling water holds a unique place in the human heart. Here at Tahoe, what makes the falls especially beautiful is how the rushing water courses through shiny rock and deep forests before taking the big leap […]
  • Donner Summit icon | Norm Sayler · a local profile

    By Priya Hutner on May 20, 2015
    Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   Visit with Norm Sayler to hear about life on Donner Summit back in day. Norm Sayler is a pioneer and influential icon of the snow sports industry on Donner Summit. He was 15 when he first came to the area on a church trip. Old 40 was the main road to get […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on May 20, 2015
      Mountain Serenity  |  Noel Sandino  |  North Tahoe Arts Center · NTA exhibits feature members, miniatures Two painters and a jewelry artist from the Sierra Foothills make up the dynamic group exhibit, “Infused with Color: 3 Placer Area Artists,” on display in the Main Gallery until June 1 at North Tahoe Arts Center. Noel Sandino paints abstracts in a […]
  • 2015 Winter Snowfall | Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on May 20, 2015
    By Mark McLaughlin ·   Central Sierra Snow Laboratory staff measure water content near Donner Pass in March 1946. | Courtesy Mark McLaughlin · Summer is almost here and water sports will soon be on everyone’s mind. Most people realize by now that the winter of 2015, the least snowy of record, added little moisture to the Tahoe Basin. Lake […]
  • Mount Waterman 

    By Warren Miller on May 20, 2015
    by Warren Miller ·   The eastern city limits of Pasadena rise abruptly up to Mount Wilson where there is a 100-inch telescope that was a state-of-the-art telescope until sometime in the 30s or 40s. Driving by Mount Wilson on a winding, narrow road will get you to Mount Waterman. There in the late 1930s, Lynn Newcomb and his son […]
  • Culinary experience at Christy Hill

    By Priya Hutner on May 20, 2015
    By Priya Hutner ·   Pan Roasted California Black California Cod. I recently had the pleasure of dining at Christy Hill in Tahoe City. It was my first time here and it will not be the last. Elizabeth Brotz, owner of Nox Boutique in Truckee, joined me for this Taste’s journey. Owner Robin Sills greeted us and seated us at […]
  • Off with their corks!

    By Lou Phillips on May 20, 2015
    By Lou Phillips ·   This is a wine fairy tale that begins long ago and far away in a magical land featuring the Napoleonic armies fighting to break the chains of tyranny in the French revolution. These forces of good were victorious, and as in all good revolutions, they liberated the evil despots’ belongings. In the region of Champagne, […]