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  • Click for Dec. 18 – Dec. 31 Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
    Click here for the Digital Edition of the Tahoe Weekly   A tree lit for the holiday season stands in Squaw Meadow as the evening fades on a winter’s day in Olympic Valley. How are you spending your holidays? Share photos of your favorite Tahoe winter moments from your own back-country adventures to tubing with the kids, to making a […]
  • Tahoe Powder 2014/15 Digital Edition

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
    Click on the image below to read this issue online.   Tahoe Powder is the only ski and snowboard lifestyle magazine about Tahoe. In the winter 2014-15 edition readers may explore Tahoe from its 15 downhill resorts to the nightlife. From family time on the sled hill to music festivals. Tahoe offers something for everyone.
  • Ring in the New Year

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
      New Year’s Eve fireworks | Northstar California ·  Fireworks 6 p.m. | Kirkwood 6 p.m. | Mt. Rose 9 p.m. | Village at Heavenly 9 p.m. | Village at Northstar 9 p.m. | Squaw Valley 10 p.m. | Downtown Reno Hit the Reno parties Tick Tock New Year’s Eve Party | Peppermill | 8 p.m. New Year’s Eve Capri […]
  • Brendan Madigan · a local profile

    By Tim Hauserman on December 17, 2014
     by Tim Hauserman ·  In a small town like Tahoe City,  succeeding in business is a challenge. It requires perseverance and hard work to get through the off seasons, those winters with not enough snow, or the thick smoke of a wildfire or two. It also requires a strong connection with the community and your clientele. Brendan Madigan, owner of Alpenglow […]
  • Walking on water: Ice skating in Tahoe

    By Jenn Sheridan on December 17, 2014
     by Jenn Sheridan ·  Public skating rinks South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena  |  tahoearena.com Squaw Valley at High Camp  |  squawalpine.com Truckee River Regional Park  |  tdrpd.com Village at Heavenly  |  skiheavenly.com Village at Northstar  |  northstarcalifornia.com Northstar California · A fire crackles in the pit next to the couches as my friend, Dani Eggli, and I lace up our […]
  • Ricotta cookies win christmas cookie contest

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
    Carnelian Bay resident Elaine Schuyler was the winner of The Weekly’s 3rd Annual Christmas Cookie Contest. Schuyler won with her fluffy Ricotta Cookies with a delicate lemon flavor. The Ricotta Cookies ranked the highest in the judge’s scoring, which is based on appearance, texture and flavor. “Absolutely love the taste and texture,” commented one judge. “Fluffy with a lemon fresh taste. […]
  • The Arts

    By The Weekly on December 17, 2014
    Art Events Dec. 19 Meet the artist Riverside Studios Dec. 20 Wreath making class kidzonemuseum.org Dec. 26-30 Kids’ crafts Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe Dec. 27 Artist’s reception Gallery Keoki Until Dec. 31 RYNoART Coffeebar Mother-daughter exhibit Incline Village Library Until Jan. 5 Holly Arts Festival North Tahoe Arts Center Until Jan. 31 Andy Skaff Wolfdale’s “Water” exhibit Truckee Community Rec Center […]
  • Sugar Bowl celebrates 75 years: Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on December 17, 2014
      Sugar Bowl Ski Resort recently celebrated  its 75th anniversary of opening on Dec. 15, 1939. Known as the Grand Dame of California resorts, it represents a long and colorful ski history. During the 1930s, long before the winter resort build up at Lake Tahoe, the Donner Summit region boasted the most extensive concentration of rope tows, ski clubs and […]
  • Around the world on skis

    By Warren Miller on December 17, 2014
    The 1950-60s marketing director for Pan-American Airways also was the inventor of a ski training, balancing board called the Bongo Board. Arguably, as many people got hurt trying to balance on that board as the number of weekend ski accidents in Vermont. In New York City one afternoon, Stan Washburn suggested that I ride Pan-American Airlines around the world and […]
  • Six Peaks Grille: A hidden gem

    By Priya Hutner on December 17, 2014
    Elegant, delicious and fabulous are the three words that come to mind after dining at the Six Peaks Grille at the Resort at Squaw Creek. The sparkling white twinkle lights illuminated in the dining room created a magical ambience. Our server, Andrea Papaleo, suggested we try the Drunken Crantini prepared by Tamaneaka “Tam” French, the Grille’s Liquid Chef and creator […]