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  • October 1 to 14 on stands now

    By The Weekly on September 30, 2015
    Long shadows and wild colors decorate the shore of Lake Tahoe as photographer Scott Thompson has captured in this photo taken on Tahoe’s west shore. Scott Thompson | ScottShotsPhoto.com
  • Tahoe Music & Festivals · Fall Edition 2015

    By Jenn Sheridan on September 30, 2015
    By Jenn Sheridan   “Tahoe: A Visual HIstory” will appeal to your love of Lake Tahoe and art. | Bloomer Summer may have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean that it’s time to slow down. Whether it’s enjoying culinary delights or testing physical endurance, celebrating the visual and performing arts or being scared silly by traditional haunted Halloween […]
  • Season’s best outings for fall color

    By Tim Hauserman on September 30, 2015
    By Tim Hauserman   Explore Brockway Summit above Truckee and Kings Beach | Bayard Langsdale hile Lake Tahoe is no New England when it comes to fall colors, the bright golds of our aspens and cottonwoods and the rusty reds of low-lying brush contrasts beautifully against the deep green of our pines and firs. And, we have a special color […]
  • History comes to life on Haunted Tour

    By The Weekly on September 30, 2015
    By Kirstin Guinn The cast of the 2014 Historical Haunted Tour were, from left, Don Schmidt, Angelique Benicio, Isaac Freed, Dawn Baffone, Courtney Thumon, Gary Gunter, Reina Markheim, Lois Moore, Richard Blair, Rachel Douglass, Craig Fierro, Karin Carrasco, Melinda McAlister, Sharon Freeman and Mary Berelson. Oct. 15 & 16 $45 | VIP packages available ruckee’s annual Historical Haunted Tour harkens back to days […]
  • Four-season growing at Little Roots Farm · Growing local produce

    By Priya Hutner on September 30, 2015
    Story & photos by Priya Hutner   Microgreens can be any variety of seed, generally leafy greens and herbs, harvested after the first leaves develop. ith the arrival of the fall, those of us eat seasonally witness the shift from heirloom tomatoes, delicious summer vegetables, fresh peaches and plums to darker, leafy greens, root vegetables and squashes as we prepare […]
  • Ski flicks to whet the appetite

    By Jenn Sheridan on September 30, 2015
      Paddy Graham at Fairy Meadows Hut in “Passenger.” | Pally Learmond   Powder-covered mountains, breathtaking scenery and epic runs are what’s being dreamt of for Tahoe and Truckee this season. But, before the runs open in Tahoe, Matchstick Productions and Legs of Steel have their latest ski films to whet your appetite for the coming season.   “Passenger” premier […]
  • Fostering environmental stewardship · Missy Mohler

    By Tim Hauserman on September 30, 2015
    Story by Tim Hauserman Missy, at center, with Envirolution students in Washington, D.C., doing a Trashion show, from left, are Becca Berelson, Jenna Lindsay, Madison Richey and Taysa Mohler   hese days, Missy Mohler stays busy as executive director for the Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships (SWEP), a program that teaches children about environmental stewardship and attempts to create a passion […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on September 30, 2015
    Mule’s Ears Toni Rockwell | North Tahoe Arts NTA showcases glass, oils North Tahoe Art Center galleries will showcase “Glass Quartet,” the many ways glass can be manipulated into art on display through Nov. 2. Four featured artists working with glass offer pieces ranging from artistic visions to functional beauties. The group, Toni Rockwell, Catherine Strand, Pam Sutton and William […]
  • Presidential visits to Truckee-Truckee, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on September 30, 2015
    By Mark McLaughlin President Rutherford B. Hayes toured Lake Tahoe and Truckee in 1880. Courtesy Mark McLaughlin   Editor’s Note: Part I may be found at TheTahoeWeekly.com.   ational elections in the United States these days have taken on the characteristics of a marathon race with a pitched pace that starts a year or two before the actual vote. The […]
  • Hollywood-land

    By Warren Miller on September 30, 2015
    By Warren Miller   undreds of millions of people have read the Hollywood sign as they came in for a landing at Los Angeles International Airport. In the early days of the sign, the 1920s, it read Hollywoodland and was illuminated by thousands of electric light bulbs. Each letter was about 40 feet high and made of sheet metal attached […]