In search of arborglyphs

From the late 19th to mid-20th Centuries, herds of sheep roamed the High Sierra meadows, managed by sheepherders; most of them were Basque immigrants....

New collection on crossing Donner Summit

Bill Oudegeest has released “Extraordinary Crossings: Stories of Crossing Donner Summit,” a collection of stories, pictures, quotes and tales of the human spirit of...

The art of the Quick Draw At Plein Air Open

Imagine that you are set up with your canvas, paints and easel perched in the middle of a bustling Tahoe City Farmers Market. Everything...

Meet guidebook author, photographer

Author Mike White and photographer Mark Vollmer will present a slideshow and book signing of “50 of the Best Strolls, Walks, and Hikes Around...

Historical photo presentation

Artist and University of Nevada, Reno, Foundation Professor of Art Peter Goin will present historical photographs of Lake Tahoe, including from his new book...

Truckee Roundhouse hosts Maker Show

Artists, tinkers, designers, vendors and hobbyists are invited to showcase his or her diverse and interactive creations at the annual Truckee Roundhouse Maker Show...

Readings for “Permanent Vacation”

“Permanent Vacation II: Eighteen Writers on Work and Life in Our National Parks” will launch June 13 at 7 p.m. in the Aspen Room at Lake...

Danny Rogers | Letting the wood speak

Danny Rogers has always had an eye for unique woodcarvings and has been eager to learn the processes of experienced wood carvers. A couple...

New book on Emerald Bay, Desolation

Arcadia Publishing releases its new book, “Emerald Bay & Desolation Wilderness,” from Peter Goin on June 4 as part of its Images of America...

‘Fundamental Freedoms’ exhibit

Shelley Zentner is displaying seven major works in the one-woman exhibit “Fundamental Freedoms” on display until June 28 at Lake Tahoe Community College in...