Fish sculpture to be dismantled

The Tahoe City Trout Sculpture that has sat in the wye at the intersections of Highways 89 and 28 since 1977 will soon be...

Public art OK’d for Kings Beach

Public art pieces for the two roundabouts in Kings Beach have been approved by the Placer County Board of Supervisors, the North Tahoe Business...

Tom Carter | Reflections of Tahoe in glass

Outdoor enthusiast Tom Carter has always been drawn to the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe. He has spent the last two decades living on...

Online public art piece visualizes Tahoe climate data

Tahoe Public Art has unveiled its climate data visualization art piece “Land to Lake” online to kick off the new year with a call...

The Antman’s passion for metal

When I walk into Matthew Joseph Parkhurst’s metal shop in Glenshire I hear EDM music pumping from the speakers as he tinkers away in...

New nose for Big Tree’s deer

Tahoe Weekly received a number of inquiries from concerned readers after the nose broke off of the Deer that is part of the Big...

Tahoe Film Fest | Environmental films take center stage

As the cold temperatures are settling in, there’s no better place to be than in a comfortable seat in the movie theater watching an...

Historic “Teotihuacan” opens at de Young Museum

Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” is the first major U.S. exhibition on Teotihuacan in more than 20 years. The ancient metropolis of...

Barn Quilt Trail | Tour the art of Sierra Valley

Just 25 miles north of Truckee sits Sierra Valley. It’s a place of cattle ranches and sleepy towns that make you feel as if...

Libraries of place

There are such things as little free libraries scattered around neighborhoods across the country where people place and borrow books. But, what about a...