Chi McClean | Lake Tahoe’s Après-Ski Troubadour

“I keep thinking I’m hearing my name,” says Chi McClean as we sit down as Coffeebar in Truckee. The easygoing singer, songwriter and freeskier with...

Anastasia Keriotis | Building connections through art

Walking into Dharma Love in South Lake Tahoe, one is greeted with warm and welcoming smells and sights: roughly sketched hearts; photographs of Buddha,...

Snowshoe with a view | Boyles Rock and Cinder Cone

When snow conditions at lake level are good, moderate to advanced snowshoers may enjoy the steady ascent to Boyles Cross and beyond to the...

Capturing snowflakes for science

When I was a kid, I remember being told that no two snowflakes are the same. Snowflakes form when cold water droplets freeze onto...

Tips for hiring your own chef

You live in and work in Tahoe and are too busy to cook and are planning a special occasion and want to throw a...

Winter 1874 Challenged Transcontinental Railroad

During the month of May this year, communities across the western United States will be celebrating the sesquicentennial (150th) anniversary of the completion of...

Photo exhibit highlights Nevada

Nevada Arts Council has unveiled a new traveling photo exhibition, “Home Means Nevada,” currently on display at the Nevada Legislature in Carson City, Nev. The...

Becoming the Wood Brothers

Chris Wood’s earliest memories of playing music with his older brother Oliver come from when they recorded some rock and jazz tracks to an...

Parades, fireworks & more at SnowFest!

Every spring since 1982, North Lake Tahoe and Truckee have come alive with 10 fun-filled days and nights of events and activities for all...

Siren Arts seeks donors

Siren Arts, a local grassroots organization, is seeking supporters and donors as part of its campaign to develop a Tahoe City Arts & Cultural...