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  • Sept. 18-24 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on September 18, 2014
    Asa Lundstrom of Sweden celebrates after winning the inaugural Ironman Lake Tahoe women’s race in 2013. She passed her rival, Jeanne Collonge of France, in the last kilometer of the run to finish in 9 hours 58 minutes and 53 seconds, just 50 seconds ahead of second place. “I spent the entire day chasing and photographing the athletes all over Placer and […]
  • Ironman returns to Lake Tahoe

    By Tim Hauserman on September 17, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman ·  Photos by Matt Palmer  Ironman Village | Village at Squaw Valley  Sept. 19-21 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 22 | 8 a.m.-3 p.m. IronKids Fun Run | Village at Squaw Valley Sept. 20 | 9 a.m. Ironman Lake Tahoe Sept. 21 | 6:30 a.m. start-midnight cutoff 2.4-mile swim | Kings Beach 112-mile bike race 26.2-mile run Ironman 70.3 […]
  • Your Tahoe Time

    By The Weekly on September 17, 2014
    Wow! We have seen some great photos of your adventures in Tahoe. From powder slashes and wildlife sightings to stunning landscapes and chilling on the beach, you showed us some of the best the area has to offer. Congratulations to Jay Weaver (@jonniejaywalker) for submitting the winning photo and earning himself two tickets to see Jeremy Jones’ “Higher.” In hopes […]
  • Lora J. Moore’s Wychwood: 100 Years at Tahoe, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on September 17, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin ·  Lora Josephine Moore’s legacy is enshrined in the magnificent Scandinavian castle Vikingsholm that she had built at Emerald Bay in 1929, but her first property at Tahoe was located at Chinquapin, a sheltered cove just east of Dollar Point in Carnelian Bay. It was 100 years ago, in 1914, that Mrs. Josephine Moore (eight years before […]
  • Spreading the love of skiing

    By Warren Miller on September 17, 2014
    By Warren Miller · It was an extremely cold, winter night in downtown Boston. It was 20 degrees out, with the wind gusting about 20 mph when I slipped and almost fell on the icy sidewalk. Years of experience showing my ski films in this part of the country had prepared me for the auditorium probably not even being half-full […]
  • Tahoe Powder | New ski & snowboard magazine debuts

    By The Weekly on September 10, 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.
  • Sept. 11-17 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on September 10, 2014
                                                                      Scott Kaufman makes his way up a slab of granite during a traverse of Desolation Wilderness. Share your photos @TheTahoeWeekly on Instagram. Cover photography by Ryan Marshall […]
  • Detour for public art

    By Priya Hutner on September 10, 2014
     By Priya Hutner  ·   “Totem” by Sara Smith & Ying Muncy         “Four Fishes” by Peter Hazel & Carol Street  |  “Hooked” sits in front of Jason’s Grill  · It is said that it takes a village to raise a child, and this apparently rings true for the Tahoe Public Art Program and the recently unveiled […]
  • Lora Knight’s Wychwood: 100 Years at Tahoe, Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on September 10, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin ·  Lora Josephine Knight’s legacy is enshrined in the magnificent Scandinavian castle, Vikingsholm, which she had built at Emerald Bay in 1929, but her first property at Tahoe was located at Chinquapin, a sheltered cove just east of Dollar Point in Carnelian Bay. It was 100 years ago, in 1914, that Mrs. Josephine Moore (eight years before […]
  • Skiing in South America

    By Warren Miller on September 10, 2014
    by Warren Miller ·  Sixty years ago this week, on a hot, August day in Los Angeles, I settled into what would become an uncomfortable coach seat in the back end of a Douglas DC-6. I was leaving on a long trip from Los Angeles to Santiago, Chile, to film skiing in Portillo for the first time. If my memory […]