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Kayla Anderson

Kayla Anderson
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Kayla is a freelance writer, marketer and action sports enthusiast who has spent the last 10 years in North Lake Tahoe snowboarding, hiking and wake surfing. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Chico State University and loves being out on the lake as often as she can.

Jonathan Keats | Photographing Tahoe for 1,000 years

Self-titled experimental philosopher and conceptual artist Jonathon Keats is known to push the envelope with his projects, such as attempting to re-engineer the metric...

Chef David Blair | The winding path to fine French cuisine

On a cool September evening a handful of diners are tucked into Le Bistro in Incline Village, Nev., to enjoy delicious contemporary French-fusion cuisine....

Public art coming to Kings Beach

Public art could soon grace the roundabouts in Kings Beach as early as this fall after a three-year process. In 2015, Tahoe Public Art began...

A Junction for Jerky

When out on a long hike around the lake, camping in Desolation Wilderness or tearing down the slopes of Tahoe’s ski resorts, it’s important...

The Links at Kiley Ranch

Tucked into a quiet residential neighborhood on the northern end of Sparks, Nev., is The Links at Kiley Ranch, a fun, accessible 9-hole golf...

Anne Brigman | Pioneering photographer celebrated in exhibit

A nude woman is demurely standing intertwined with a familiar-looking Tahoe Sierra Sugar pine tree reaching up to the sky. The black and white...

Homemade goodness at Rosie’s Cafe

On an early summer morning, the smell of sweet zucchini, cinnamon and hearty goodness comes wafting off of a plate placed in front of...

The Dragon Golf Course at Nakoma

The Dragon Golf Course at Nakoma is a challenging course, and it’s easy to be mesmerized by the miles of vistas, canyons, surrounding mountains...

Carrying a SUP just got easier | Local invents hands-free strap

Adrift Tahoe in Kings Beach is pretty close to Lake Tahoe, but a lot of standup paddleboarders aren’t as fortunate to be next to...

Rory Canfield | Painting Tahoe one wall at a time

Walking down Brook Avenue in Kings Beach heading east toward La Mexicana, one passes by a row of dullish-looking buildings. But tucked into a...