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Current Issue

  • Click for Oct.30 – Nov.19 Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on October 29, 2014
    Click on the image below to read this issue online. Hues of pink and purple color the sky over Lake Tahoe at sunset during a break in a fall snowstorm in Incline Village. Share your fall photos at facebook.com/TheTahoeWeekly or post to @TheTahoeWeekly. Photography by Javier Acosta, JavierAcostaPhotography.com.
  • Tahoe Powder 2014/15 Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on October 29, 2014
    Click on the image below to read this issue online.   Tahoe Powder is the only ski and snowboard lifestyle magazine about Tahoe. In the winter 2014-15 edition readers may explore Tahoe from its 15 downhill resorts to the nightlife. From family time on the sled hill to music festivals. Tahoe offers something for everyone.
  • Ski flicks to get you pumped

    By Jenn Sheridan on October 29, 2014
    By Jenn Sheridan ·  “Pretty Faces” | Unicorn Picnic ·  It’s time to pack away the deck furniture and breaking out the winter jackets. It may be too wet to hit the trails, but the lifts aren’t turning yet. We’ve rounded up some of the best movie premieres coming to town to help you get through the doldrums of fall. […]
  • Fall Literary Guide | Tahoe life center of new books

    By The Weekly on October 29, 2014
    Literary events Oct. 31 | 4 p.m. “Gertrude’s Tahoe Adventures | Ruffles and Ruffnecks | Tahoe City Nov. 1 | 5 p.m. “The Biosphere and the Bioregion” | The Bookshelf | Truckee Nov. 5 | 4 p.m. “Grandma Metta” story time | Incline Village Library Nov. 7 | 7 p.m. Author Kevin Fedarko | Sierra Nevada College Nov. 8 | […]
  • So you want to live in Tahoe?

    By Jenn Sheridan on October 29, 2014
    By Jenn Sheridan ·  You made the decision. For better or worse, you’re going to live in Tahoe. Whether it’s spending a season as a ski bum, or relocating to a lifelong home, there are a few tips that can make the transition a little bit smoother. Finding a job and a place to live, navigating the social scene and […]
  • Sierra Valley: Head north for an epic road ride

    By Tim Hauserman on October 29, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman ·  The Sierra Valley is the perfect place to get out on your road bike and ride·  Valley Loop 40 miles Open valley with few hills Frenchman’s Lake 45 miles 1,100 feet of climbing Rolling terrain Gold Lake Loop 44 to 60 miles 4,000 feet of climbing Varies from rolling hills to strenuous climb […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on October 29, 2014
    “Lone Pear” Abigail Gallup | North Tahoe Arts Center ·  Anderson featured at Riverside Riverside Studios will be hosting an art reception of nationally and internationally known artist and Truckee local Danae Anderson on Nov. 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. Enjoy live music and refreshments, while enjoying local artwork. Anderson earned a bachelor of fine arts from California Collage of Art and Craft […]
  • Moses Schallenberger: A winter alone at Donner Lake, Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on October 29, 2014
     By Mark McLaughlin ·  Visitors to Donner Lake hear all about the historic Donner Party tragedy that occurred there in the winter of 1846-47. Unfortunately, few learn the story of Moses Schallenberger, a remarkable teenage boy who survived the winter of 1845 alone at Donner Lake, 170 years ago. Born in Ohio in 1826, Moses was the youngest of seven […]
  • Ski fever

    By Warren Miller on October 29, 2014
    by Warren Miller ·   Recent discussions regarding addictions made me think about them and realize that there are good ones and bad ones. Regarding the more positive ones, in the 1950s, ski fever spread across North America and Central Europe relentlessly. It was easily spread and in many cases incurable. The fever was sometimes caught by simply watching one […]
  • Dorinda’s: Where not all chocolate is created equal

    By Priya Hutner on October 29, 2014
    By Priya Hutner ·  For some, chocolate and passion are synonymous. So, when given the opportunity to write about Dorinda’s Chocolate, I jumped. Dark chocolate is a weakness. The shop makes handcrafted chocolates that tempt the sensations. Whether your pleasure is dark, milk or white, Dorinda Vance, the self-proclaimed Duchess of Chocolate prevails. She recently opened a new storefront in […]