Oct. 12 to 25, 2017 | Fall Music & Festivals

It’s been a beautiful fall in the Tahoe Sierra with the changing colors of the trees and fauna preparing for their winter slumber. Fiery reds and brilliant oranges and yellows are putting on a...

Oct. 5 to 11, 2017 | Wonderland of adventure

The Tahoe Sierra is a wonderland of adventure as our writers explore in this edition of Tahoe Weekly. Priya Hutner explores the extreme adrenaline rush of the G forces of flying with Sky Combat...

Sept. 28 to Oct. 4, 2017 | Tahoe’s fall beauty

As the brilliant hues of fall colors are now emerging, we rounded up some of our favorite spots in the Tahoe Sierra to enjoy the beauty of fall. From hiking and mountain biking trails,...

Sept. 21 to 27, 2017 | The wonders of fall in Tahoe

The first signs of fall have emerged in the Tahoe Sierra. The windy, cool days, the ocean-like waves on Lake Tahoe (keep your eyes open for kiteboarders and surfers), and the first hints of...

Sept. 14 to 20, 2017 | Another Glorious Season in Tahoe

September and October are often referred to as the Locals’ Season in the Tahoe Sierra. The mad rush of summer visitors slows down enough that locals don’t have to log in so many hours...

Sept. 7 to 13, 2017 | The uniqueness of the Tahoe Sierra

As we were preparing to send this edition of Tahoe Weekly to press, I was reflecting on how it touches each aspect of life in Tahoe and celebrates what makes the Tahoe Sierra such...

Aug. 31 to Sept. 6, 2017 | Tahoe summer fun keeps on going

This is a myth about Tahoe summers: After Labor Day, summer is over. That is far from true. In fact, September is more like July now in the number of fabulous things to do in...

Aug. 24 to 30, 2017 | Building community together

As our staff was preparing to send this issue to press, I took a stroll through Tahoe City reflecting on our slice of paradise in the Tahoe Sierra and the recent terrorist attacks both...

Aug.17 to 23, 2017 | Once in a lifetime eclipse

I remember standing outside with my classmates during the last solar eclipse visible in the United States in 1979. I recall making pinhole projectors to be able to view the eclipses and the excitement...

Aug. 10 to 16, 2017 | Giving back to the Tahoe community

I had the privilege of enjoying the opening performance for the Coburn Music series last week, and was amazed by these professional performers coming to our small mountain community to share their gifts. I was...

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