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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Duane L. Bliss: An Unusual Tahoe Visionary, Part I

Duane Leroy Bliss made a fortune as a timber baron, whose industry destroyed much of Lake Tahoe’s old growth forest in the 19th century....

Pomona jumping

The many twists and turns of the Pasadena freeway were now behind me as I drove up to the front door or the five-star...

Summer stargazing Tahoe style

A summer evening spent gazing at the night sky with the naked eye and with powerful telescopes. Astronomy interspersed with poetry, marshmallows roasted over...

Get on board water shuttle, trolley

On land or water, day or night, North Lake Tahoe is the place to be. It’s now easier than ever to travel from your...

Tahoe Dam 100 Year Anniversary, Part II

Amidst all the excitement this summer about the 150th anniversary of the founding of Tahoe City, let’s not forget that 2013 also is the...

Lowest score sometimes wins

Close behind 10 days of fantastic summer weather, the rain was slanting down out of the south with a 15 mph wind howling. This...

Tahoe dam 100-year anniversary, Part I

Amidst all the hoopla this summer about the 150th anniversary of the founding of Tahoe City, let’s not forget that 2013 also is the...

Volcano with Killy

It had been raining nonstop for 13 days and our 12-man film crew had been unable to get a single action shot of 1968...

Riding the wind

If you are visiting Lake Tahoe, gazing at the awe-inspiring splendor of the lake for the first time is an incredible treat, but to...

Western States 100: Run into the Past

During this last weekend in June, elite international ultra-marathon runners are converging on Olympic Valley for the world’s oldest and most prestigious 100-mile trail...