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  • Feb. 26-March 11 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on February 25, 2015
    Click the image below for Tahoe Weekly digital edition Skier Ryan McHugh enjoys the fresh powder on Feb. 10 on Lowball at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe following a snowstorm. The Tahoe region is expecting snowstorms starting in early March, so get out there and enjoy the great skiing and snowboarding. Share your adventures at facebook.com/TheTahoeWeekly and @TheTahoeWeekly #tahoepowder. Photography by Billy Jesberg, […]
  • SnowFest celebrates winter

    By The Weekly on February 25, 2015
    Photos courtesy SnowFest · Every spring since 1982, North Lake Tahoe comes alive with 10 fun-filled days and nights, jam packed with events and activities for all ages during the annual SnowFest winter carnival. This year, the annual favorites will be back, along with a host of great new ones. Participate in special events, parades, races, dining, parties, concerts and […]
  • Guided hikes in Tahoe | Tahoe Time

    By Tim Hauserman on February 25, 2015
    Exploring the great outdoors By Tim Hauserman  ·   Hiking enthusiast Carmen Carr shares her passion for the outdoors by leading monthly, guided hikes in the region. | Tim Hauserman Tucked up against the Pacific Crest at the end of 4 miles of dirt road in Coldstream Canyon lies the Lost Trail Lodge. The lodge includes a large kitchen and […]
  • The real SnowFest Queen? | Ruth Schnabel · a local profile

    By Tim Hauserman on February 25, 2015
    Story by Tim Hauserman · Photos by Mael Passanesi ·   In late June 1981 a group of Tahoe locals gathered for their first meeting to discuss the idea of a new winter event that would draw tourists to the region. One of the staunchest supporters of the concept was a young marketing director from Alpine Meadows named Bob Everson. Just […]
  • The Arts | Calendar

    By The Weekly on February 25, 2015
    Untitled | Nevada Museum of Art · Apply for Artist in Residence Plumas Arts is working with the Plumas National Forest on a juried art show and competition. The Artist in Residence program provides a unique opportunity for an artist to spend one week at the Black Mountain Lookout to draw upon the breathtaking landscapes of the Plumas National Forest […]
  • Lake Tahoe: Breeding Ground of Champions | Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on February 25, 2015
    By Mark McLaughlin ·   The 1932 National Ski Association Championship Tournament.   Editor’s Note: Part I may be read at TheTahoeWeekly.com Most of us take it for granted that the Tahoe-Truckee region will be well represented by local athletes at virtually every top-tier, international ski or snowboard competition. North Tahoe has sent more top competitors to the U.S. National […]
  • Ski Hawaii

    By Warren Miller on February 25, 2015
    By Warren Miller ·   On the big Island of Hawaii, there is an observatory at 14,000 feet above sea level. For a short time during the winter there is a fairly good-sized snowfield. Years ago, I was invited to show my ski film in Honolulu and was sponsored by a local ski shop in downtown. The showing of the […]
  • Housemade goodness at Wildflour Baking

    By Priya Hutner on February 25, 2015
    By Priya Hutner ·   Wildflour Baking Co. Susan Lopez of Wildflour Baking Co. probably never thought that she’d host an underground cult following when she opened her bakery 32 years ago. One of the more animated and fun restaurateurs I’ve met, Susan is all about her customers and their stories. She’s watched many young children grow up skiing at […]
  • Restaurant Trokay sets a high bar

    By Lou Phillips on February 25, 2015
    By Lou Phillips · What do The French Laundry, Alinea and a little ol’ restaurant in Truckee have in common? Multicourse tasting menus of renown, and executive chef-owners with world-class resumes. John and Nina Weatherson started Trokay in 2011 with a vision “To offer cuisine characterized by esoteric ingredients, deep and soulful flavors, textural complexity, and the constant pursuit of […]
  • Chuck’s Chicken in Phyllo Dough

    By Chef David “Smitty” Smith on February 25, 2015
    The last time I worked in Stowe, Vt., was the summer of 1997. I was passing through town saying hi to friends on the way to Cape Cod to find my summer job. When I stopped by the Mountain Company to see friends, management asked me if I would stay for the summer and run their fine dining restaurant at […]