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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Dedicated to giving back to others | Michelle Okashima

By Priya Hutner   Michelle, along with her certified therapy dogs, Mike the Dog, left, and George the Beagle visit children in hospitals and veterans.  |  Joy...

Olympic Games pursuit of local athletes | Julia Mancuso

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, are only weeks away with team selections expected by the end of January. Among those vying...

The Locals’ Filmmaker | Jon Bob debuts newest ski flick

It’s an established fact that people are crazy about Tahoe skiing. In search of first tracks, diehards have been known to drive in eight...

The art of Tahoe at Burning Man

By Priya Hutner ·  Randy Gate’s 7-foot tall “Dreamsicle” on the Playa at last year’s Burning Man, described by the artist as “Penny Farthing meets...

Supporting cancer fighters · Katie Schou & The Send It Foundation

I met Katie Schou briefly at a party of a mutual friend, but it wasn’t until we were camping together at Burning Man that...

Enriching education in Tahoe · Kelli Twomey

A lot of great things get done in our community by people who quietly do what is needed without fanfare. One of those people...

Bill Watson

Thunderbird Lodge is teeming with activity as construction workers are bustling around, gardeners are tending to the foliage, the chefs are cooking up breakfast...

Bob Bonino

Later this year, the Tahoe City Golf Course will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Constructed and designed by May Webb Dunn in 1917, it is...

Wanderlust | Local fulfills dream to teach

The yoga and music festival Wanderlust returns to Squaw Valley from July 18 to 21 with participants spending their days experiencing yoga and meditation...

Remembering Tahoe Weekly founder

Click the image below for Feb. 18-Mar. 3, 1982 digital edition  The founder of the Tahoe Weekly, David Mogilefsky, succumbed to a heart attack inside his Maui home...