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  • Tahoe Music & Festivals Guide – Spring 2016

    By The Weekly on April 6, 2016
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  • How to ski for free (or cheap) this spring

    By Jenn Sheridan on April 6, 2016
      Winter’s not over yet; but if you didn’t purchase a season pass you might be missing out on some of the best skiing of the season. Tahoe is known for warm, sunny days on the hill with snow lasting well into May in average snowfall years. The savvy skier or rider will know how to save money and keep […]
  • Explore Carson’s mountain bike trails

    By Tim Hauserman on April 6, 2016
    The ski season is melting away, but not fast enough for many mountain bikers and hikers who are chomping at the bit to get out on the trails around Lake Tahoe. But snows will still be covering our favorite trails Tahoe trails for awhile longer, so what’s a biker to do? Drive just an hour to Carson City, where a […]
  • Exploring the Eastern Sierra

    By Katherine Hill on April 6, 2016
    Apricot mallows in bloom among the volcanic outcroppings at Alabama Hills. Three-year-old Anikin Allen gets up close with the wildflowers at Death Valley National Park, which is experiencing a Super Bloom due to early season rain. The flower blooms are moving into higher elevation areas of the parks now at 2,000 to 3,500 feet. Check out the weekly Wildflower Update […]
  • The feast and famine of writing about skiing

    By Jenn Sheridan on April 6, 2016
    Making a living as a professional ski bum is tough. The pay is poor, if it exists at all, and the work is unpredictable. While a small handful of the world’s best skiers are able to survive on money made from skiing alone, the rest of us mortals cobble together a variety of jobs to live the dream. Jeremy Benson […]
  • Mr. North Lake Tahoe · Bill Briner

    By Tim Hauserman on April 6, 2016
    When the bombs dropped on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, 15-year-old Bill Briner was skiing in the sand dunes off the Mount Rose Highway. He knew the bombing would mean he would eventually go off to war, but he told himself he would “go back up there after the war, to ski again.” Now at 90 years old, Briner […]
  • Kidnapping of Frank Sinatra Jr.

    By Mark McLaughlin on April 6, 2016
      Frank Sinatra Jr. died on March 17, 2016. Obituaries detailed his life as the son of the legendary entertainer and his career as a popular singer in his own right. The media mentioned Sinatra’s kidnapping at Lake Tahoe in 1963, but offered scant details of his abduction. Here’s the full story. There was a full-blown blizzard raging on Dec. […]
  • WD 40

    By Warren Miller on April 6, 2016
      Editor’s Note: This will be Warren Miller’s last column. Due to vision problems, Warren will no longer be writing his column. His new book will be released later this spring. As you get older, there are a couple of days every year when your entire body cries out in pain. One is the day after your first day of […]
  • Tahoe Powder 2015-16

    By The Weekly on March 23, 2016
    It’s always a good day in Tahoe  |  While others were out hiking and mountain biking Tahoe’s trail, enjoying the waters on Big Blue and lavishing in the long, beautiful summer days, the Tahoe Powder staff was hard at work dreaming about the 2015-16 winter season and working on the next issue of Powder. OK, we did do all of […]
  • Tahoe Music & Festivals · Spring Edition

    By The Weekly on March 23, 2016
    Spring in Tahoe means a combination of ski boots and flip flops, bike rides one day and powder days the next, art and music festivals followed by foodie events and film festivals. Don’t miss out on the fun, start planning now for a fun-filled spring season. Dustbowl Revival at Squaw Valley’s WinterWonderGrass, April 1-3 | Courtesy WinterWonderGrass   Live Music, […]