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Sunday, January 14, 2018

1938 | The Biggest Winter of All, Part I

The winter of 1938 pummeled the Tahoe Sierra 80 years ago, but just like last season, forecasters and residents never saw it coming. Similar...

Announcements

Help count the mighty Eagle The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science is coordinating the 37th annual mid-winter Bald Eagle count on Jan. 13 from 9...

Fearless Snowshoe Thompson had no equal

California’s first alpine skier, the legendary, Norwegian-born John A. “Snowshoe” Thompson, is credited with being the first to ski across the Sierra Nevada, a...

Diamond Peak to host classic Warren Miller film series

Diamond Peak Ski Resort will host a free Retro Ski Film + Speaker Series at The Chateau at Incline Village, Nev., this winter from...

Allure of Serene Lakes

There is something about cross-country skiing across a frozen lake’s surface by moonlight that reminds you that you’re alive. This is only one such...

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...

Auburn Ski Club | A Leader in Winter Sports, Part II

This winter the Auburn Ski Club, based in Auburn, is celebrating its 90th anniversary. While many may be unfamiliar with the club, its birth...

Ultimate Tahoe Winter Bucket List

We’re throwing it down – our Ultimate Tahoe Winter Bucket List. Make the most of winter in Tahoe this season by tackling our Bucket...

Afterglow | Tahoe’s Mountain Storytelling Podcast

One of Tahoe’s own is now producing a new, adventure, storytelling podcast called Afterglow based on interviews with the mountain personalities from Alpenglow Sports’...