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Sunday, January 14, 2018

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...

Trails and Vistas | Becoming one with art, nature

One of the region’s truly unique, can’t-miss events are the annual Trails and Vistas Art Hikes. The art hikes are an opportunity to enjoy...

Pairing art and science at Sagehen

Bumbling up a dirt road through the pines, a doe and two spotted fawns hop through and continue on into the forest. In this...

Multi-media art exhibit planned for Lake Tahoe

Tahoe Public Art will premiere “Laka’lelup,” a floating multimedia art piece at COP23, a United Nations climate-change conference, at the University of Bonn in...

Kindred Art engages community in Burning Man project

In a classroom in the Truckee Community Art Center on Church Street, Nicole Ashton Martin, the founder of Kindred Art and Folk Institute, is...

Fusing science & art

Fine art subscapes fuse high-resolution underwater sonar imagery with above-water photography. Sonar, short for Sound Navigation and Ranging, is helpful for exploring and mapping...