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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Romano releases new book

Farmer and author Gary Romano has released his third book, “27 Shades of Green: The True Colors of an American Small Farmer.” Third generation...

Chinese Catfish Pond: Mountain Myth?

If you live in or visit the Tahoe Sierra long enough, you’ll hear just about every far-fetched scheme or story imaginable. For a long...

Myron Lake: Reno’s Avaricious Founder: Part II

Nevada’s “Biggest Little City in the World” is celebrating the sesquicentennial anniversary of its founding 150 years ago. Reno’s first real-estate parcels were sold...

1960 Winter Olympics: Talent & determination 

  Squaw Valley is hosting the Audi FIS Ski World Cup women’s slalom races in March this year. The world’s top professional skiers will be...

Anderson pens guidebook

Local author and Tahoe Weekly contributor Kayla Anderson has co-written “Northern California Road Trips” with Stuart Thornton released by Moon books. “Being born and raised...

Riding Tahoe singletrack

Truckee resident Jeremy Benson recently released the newest guidebook “Mountain Bike: Tahoe. 50 Select Singletrack Routes.” The book is the first of a new...

Homebrew for the Homeless | Brewing to support community

Making beer is an art. Brewing it to raise money for the homeless is a passion. BUCKET LIST #67 Local home brewers will be sharing their...

Pioneers

“There are readers who have sold their home in a big city and went to a ski resort for their lifetime career. They used...

A Timeless Craft | From Cobbler to Shoemaker

If Kevin Leffler has walked a long and winding road to get to Tahoe City, at least he’s done so in a darn good...

Summer fun, programs at Taylor Creek

The Great Basin Institute and the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit have opened the doors to the Taylor Creek Visitor Center...