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  • Tahoe Music & Festivals Summer 2016

    By The Weekly on August 17, 2016
      Tis the season for outdoor concerts, festivals galore and revelry in the mountains as Tahoe’s days and nights are filled with events from music on the beach to wine walks to Shakespeare to art tours and dance festivals. You’ll find everything you need to plan for a summer of food, fun and festivals in our Tahoe Music & Festivals […]
  • Backpacking with teenagers

    By Tim Hauserman on August 17, 2016
    Our kids spend much of their lives looking at their phones and computer screens or heading to sports activities. This leaves little time to do what their parents spent most of their time doing when they were kids – playing in nature. A great way to get kids disconnected from the digital world is to have them fill a backpack […]
  • Joys of boating

    By The Weekly on August 17, 2016
    There is boating and then there is boating Lake Tahoe. June through September, locals and visitors take to the waters of Big Blue for recreation, sport and relaxation. I moved here in the summer of 1999 with cash on hand to pay for boat gas and beers. At the time, I didn’t own a boat. That summer, I learned to […]
  • Karen Terrey

    By Priya Hutner on August 17, 2016
    Creativity can be expressed in many ways: through art, music or cooking. Karen Terrey expresses herself through writing and helps others do the same at Tangled Roots Writing in Truckee. As a teacher and a writer, she understands what it takes to help people write. Terrey is also a poet. Her poetry explores a range of topics, from the complexities […]
  • East Shore lore

    By Katherine Hill on August 17, 2016
    The boulder-strewn East Shore south of Cave Rock is a great place for cruising and sightseeing on Lake Tahoe, but with few safe spots to pull ashore. So, it’s best to admire the shore from a safe distance and go in only at the local marinas. Lady of the Lake You can head across to the East Shore from any […]
  • Fatal flash flood on Mount Rose

    By Mark McLaughlin on August 17, 2016
    The Tahoe Sierra is one of the most popular recreation areas in California, a region where summer thunderstorms are not uncommon. Residents and visitors alike should be aware of thunderstorm activity while enjoying the mountain lifestyle. Be aware of changing Tahoe weather. | Mark McLaughlin It may seem obvious that exposure to lightning on mountain peaks and ridges can be […]
  • Free falling at 120 mph

    By Priya Hutner on August 10, 2016
    I’ve always wanted to jump. I think it’s the part of me that wants to experience all that there is and draws me to live life to its fullest. Before moving to Truckee, I lived in an ashram in a small town in Florida, where amidst the thick groves of live oaks laden with Spanish moss, there was a small […]
  • Be kind to the back country 

    By Tim Hauserman on August 10, 2016
    Aside from the enormous deep blue lake that is the center of it all, the Lake Tahoe region is also blessed with copious quantities of beautiful wilderness, amazing hiking and mountain-biking trails, and jagged peaks reflected in granite-lined lakes. In other words, there are a ton of great places in which to explore and enjoy nature in these parts. But […]
  • Miles & Mayra Hendrickson

    By The Weekly on August 10, 2016
    Warm, candid and welcoming, Miles and Mayra Hendrickson are some of the friendliest faces you’ll find in Incline Village. Miles and Mayra have built a life together as a family in the community, having lived here for more than a decade. “We want to be family friendly and community oriented.” -Miles Hendrickson [/blockquote3 “We met at Sierra Nevada College. I […]
  • Lucky Baldwin: A Tahoe entrepreneur, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on August 10, 2016
    Tallac Hotel and old growth trees. | Mark McLaughlin Lucky Baldwin made a lot of money investing in Nevada silver mines, but his 1880 purchase of a hostelry near Emerald Bay helped save some of the last of Lake Tahoe’s old-growth forest. In the 1860s and 1870s, Tahoe’s extensive stands of virgin timber had fallen to the woodsman’s axe in […]