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  • April 10 – 23 issue is on stands now

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    Rider Jeffrey Sponzo blunt slides a sub-box at twilight in Squaw Valley’s Terrain Park. Photography by Matt Palmer.   palmerphotography.net   Matt Palmer is the video production manager and staff photographer for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. He’s been living in the North Tahoe Area for the last five seasons and enjoys adventure photography, rock climbing and kite boarding. For […]
  • Canine Companions provide independence

    By Jenn Sheridan on April 9, 2014
    Robbi Rishel and Brynna · Robbi Rishel of Kings Beach was born with a hearing impairment. Without the use of hearing aids, life is difficult at best and potentially dangerous. In the event of an emergency, she may be unable to hear a fire alarm or other warning indications, however, with the help of Brynna, Rishel’s service dog, she is […]
  • Celebrate Mother Earth with films, Earth Day

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    Matt Palmer | Squaw Valley · The Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival returns to Squaw Valley Saturday on April 19, with this year’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival set for April 11 and 12. · Wild & Scenic Film Festival The Wild and Scenic Film Festival is a nationwide tour that gives environmental films national exposure at more than 100 […]
  • Worship Services

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    BAPTIST First Baptist of Tahoe City, 390 Fairway Drive, Tahoe City. Sunday services at 9 a.m. followed by fellowship. Sunday School and nursery offered during worship. Interdenominational Stations of the Cross April 18 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church at 7 p.m. (see listing below). Easter Sunrise Service April 20 at 6 a.m. at Commons Beach in Tahoe City. Pastor Scott […]
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  • A Top 10 Tahoe-Truckee Winter, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on April 9, 2014
    Author’s Note: This article is adapted from “Snowbound: Historic Tahoe-Sierra Winters,” a book in progress scheduled for release in 2014 by Mic Mac Publishing. The winter of 1880 was a wild roller coaster of stormy and sunny weather; a season where extended stretches of fair conditions were broken by record-setting blasts of snowfall. And, the winter seemed to last forever. […]
  • Franz Gabl

    By Warren Miller on April 9, 2014
    When Averill Harriman was skiing in St. Anton in 1933 and 1934, he became aware of how Hannes Schneider and his ski school was able to keep the Post Hotel and several other smaller pensions open all winter to house his many pupils who came there from all over the world to learn how to ski. Averill also saw the […]
  • March 27-April 9 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on March 26, 2014
    Eric Bryant slices a turn on North Maggies Peak above Emerald Bay. Photography by Matt Bansak.   PHOTOGRAPHER PROFILE:  MATT BANSAK   Matt Bansak is a Web designer and photographer with a home base in Tahoe City. After moving to the lake from Vermont several years ago, he has taken every opportunity to adventure and enjoy everything that the area has […]
  • Coalition Snow: Gear for & by women

    By Jenn Sheridan on March 26, 2014
    Debra Scolnick takes some runs at Heavenly on the new Coalition Snow skis.  · Jennifer Gurecki wants to give women a voice in designing ski and snowboard gear. Ripping chicks have been on the hill since the dawn of winter sports, but rarely do female skiers and snowboarders dominate the spotlight in competitions, magazines or films. And, often, woman’s specific […]
  • Tahoe’s best spring skiing

    By Jessie Marchesseau on March 26, 2014
    The sun is out and the snow is getting soft, which, by all accounts, indicates it must be time for spring skiing. So, here’s the lowdown on where to get the springtime goods at Tahoe resorts.   Ryan Salm | Alpine Meadows Alpine Meadows Start your spring day at Alpine Meadows with a few fast warm-up runs on the Roundhouse […]
  • A Top 10 Tahoe-Truckee Winter, Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on March 26, 2014
    Author’s Note: This article is adapted from, “Snowbound: Legendary Tahoe-Sierra Winters,” a book in progress scheduled for release in 2014 by Mic Mac Publishing. The winter of 1880 was a wild roller coaster of stormy and sunny weather; a season where extended stretches of fair conditions were broken by record-setting blasts of snowfall. And, the winter seemed to last forever. […]