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  • Click for Nov. 20 – Dec. 3 – Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on November 19, 2014
    The 2014-15 ski and snowboard season opens with more than half of the local downhill ski areas opening in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, including Squaw Valley, pictured on our cover, opening on Nov. 26. Get out an enjoy the early season, then share your photos @TheTahoeWeekly #tahoepowder to enter to win a SnowBomb Platinum Pass. Photography courtesy Squaw Valley.  […]
  • Tahoe Powder 2014/15 Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on November 19, 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.
  • Tahoe Weekly: What’s New

    By Katherine Hill on November 19, 2014
    By Katherine E. Hill ·  Tahoe Weekly staff ·  It was 1 year ago that I purchased the Tahoe Weekly, becoming only the third owner of the magazine in its 33-year history. To celebrate, our staff decided it was time to give the magazine a facelift, add some new features and introduce a new magazine – Tahoe Powder. We’ve also […]
  • Sharing a love of the outdoors – Sarah Scott & Robin McElroy

    By Jenn Sheridan on November 19, 2014
    Story by Jenn Sheridan & Photography by Mael Passanesi ·  It’s not everyday that a dream opportunity pops up. So when Robin McElroy saw a posting for the “ultimate ski bum job” she recruited fellow ski bum Sarah Scott and jumped on it. Backpacker and Skiing magazines were seeking ambassadors for their Get Out More Winter Tour. The job involves […]
  • Full Moon fever – Tahoe Time

    By Jenn Sheridan on November 19, 2014
    By Jenn Sheridan ·  Full Moons Dec. 6 | Moon Before Yule or Long Night Moon Jan. 5 | Old Moon or Moon After Yule Feb. 3 | Snow Moon, Hunger Moon or Wolf Moon March 5 | Sap Moon, Crow Moon or Lenten Moon April 4 | Grass Moon or Egg Moon May 4 | Planting Moon or Milk […]
  • Moses Schallenberger: Alone at Donner Lake, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on November 19, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin ·  The Donner Party story receives the headlines, but two years before that tragic event a teenage boy named Moses Schallenberger survived the winter of 1845 alone at Donner Lake, 170 years ago. Moses was born in 1826 in Ohio to European immigrants. His parents died of cholera when Moses was a young boy, so his older […]
  • The 10th Mountain Division: Veteran Skiers 

    By Warren Miller on November 19, 2014
    By Warren Miller ·    Veterans Day was on Nov. 11 and it’s time to take a moment and think about the men and women who fought a war that’s virtually been forgotten in today’s chaotic world. In the winter of 1941, the Italians lost 25,000 soldiers in the mountains of Albanian because of lack of winter warfare training, physical […]
  • 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.
  • 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 | […]