Shall I Pour?

Tahoe Heritage Foundation offers Tea and Scones at Tallac Historic Site in South Lake Tahoe on Aug. 24 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Experience...

Lake Tahoe Water Wars, Part III

Known worldwide for its stunning beauty, Lake Tahoe has also been coveted for its clean, precious water. For decades California-based entrepreneurs had gazed longingly...

Cassidy creating Burning Man Civic Park

Tahoe sculptor Kelly Smith Cassidy is creating a Burning Man Civic Park for this year’s Burning Man. The project incorporates intimate areas for people...

TahoeLand podcast debuts

Capital Public Radio's newest podcast, “TahoeLand,” will focus on the lake and how it is changing. The series will explore issues facing Lake Tahoe,...

Lake Tahoe Water Wars, Part II

Litigation over water rights in western Nevada began as early as 1864 on the Carson River and just a bit later the Truckee River...

Local Author Pens True Tales

Karen Dustman’s new book, “Forgotten Tales of Carson Valley and nearby settlements,” contains 33 tales of that she collected from her weekly history e-newsletter...

A Roaring Good Time

The 1920s come alive during the 35th annual Gatsby Festival at the Tallac Historic Site in South Lake Tahoe on Aug. 10 and 11....

Lake Tahoe Water Wars, Part I

After his short stint in Nevada Territory writing for the Virginia City Daily Territorial Enterprise, humorist Mark Twain was credited with saying, “Whiskey is...

Boca Brewery: Truckee’s World-Famous Beer

The thirst for small-batch local beer is seemingly unquenchable across the country these days. The trend is red hot in the Tahoe Sierra with...

Tales & Trails Festival at Sugar Pine

California State Parks and Sierra State Parks Foundation present the third annual Tales & Trails Festival at Sugar Pine Point State Park on July...