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  • Tahoe Powder 2015-16

    By The Weekly on November 18, 2015
      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 […]
  • Downhill Ski Guide · Winter 2015-16

    By Jenn Sheridan on November 18, 2015
    The season of a lifetime First turns were made at Mount Rose and Boreal in early November, followed by openings at Alpine Meadows, Northstar, Heavenly and Squaw Valley shortly after. The early season storms have us wondering if the rumors of a big El Niño winter might pan out in our favor. Improved snowmaking, progressive terrain parks and gondola renovations […]
  • Truckee’s burgeoning theater community

    By Priya Hutner on November 18, 2015
    The Truckee Community Theater opened in 2013 and has been producing creative artistic productions for the local community ever since. Courtney Simson, the founder and producing artistic director, had been producing shows for several years before opening the theater. “We are the only community theater group in the history of Tahoe to combine all ages of people in our productions,” […]
  • Yoga for ski, snowboard season

    By Priya Hutner on November 18, 2015
    One of the best methods to support your body during ski season is to complement your skiing with yoga. There are a number of postures that are excellent for the body both before and after you hit the slopes. Yoga not only enhances flexibility but also helps to increase strength and endurance. There are a number of yoga centers throughout […]
  • News from the lift line

    By Jenn Sheridan on November 18, 2015
    Tahoe and Truckee ski resorts worked hard all summer to improve and expand the already great experiences each mountain offers. From improved snowmaking technology to expanded terrain parks, stronger Wi-Fi and on-mountain apps, a day on the hill has never been easier. Here are a few of the headlines that caught our eyes.   Connecting the dots at Squaw Valley […]
  • Tips for Tahoe ski trips

    By Katherine Hill on November 18, 2015
      Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway to Tahoe or looking to get in as many days on the mountain as you can, you’ll want to maximize your ski vacation to make the most of your trip. Here are some tips from a long-time local. Plan early | The best time to book your ski vacation is in the summer. […]
  • Making a difference for Tahoe City · Stacie Lyans

    By Nicole Cheslock on November 18, 2015
    A self-described workaholic, Stacie Lyans is wowing people who live and visit Tahoe City. Her vast amount of positive energy – an enthusiasm that evokes thoughts of the Energizer bunny – appears boundless based on all she’s done and strives to do as Tahoe City Downtown Association’s executive director, a position she’s held since May 2014. After a decade working […]
  • El Niño ’83: A monster winter, Part I

    By Mark McLaughlin on November 18, 2015
      At this point, it would be nearly impossible to find someone who hasn’t heard that a strong El Niño is brewing in the equatorial Pacific Ocean. For months now, extremely warm sea surface temperatures have signaled that a cyclical ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation) event will be impacting global weather patterns this winter. Particularly for Southern California, warnings for […]
  • Skiing equipment 1947

    By Warren Miller on November 18, 2015
    I have come to the conclusion that complaining doesn’t get a person anywhere, unless the person you are complaining to can do something about your complaints. A few years ago when I was making ski movies, as I did for 55 years, I had three extreme skiers sitting around at lunch and we were talking about the advances in ski […]
  • Tahoe Trips

    By The Weekly on October 28, 2015
    Black Butte casts a large shadow toward the base of Mount Shasta. | Jenn Sheridan Explore Mount Shasta By Jenn Sheridan Mount Shasta is a great option for a quick, fall escape from the Tahoe Basin, and the drive to get there is an adventure in itself. Enjoy the sites including Mount Lassen during a leisurely cruise through the green forests […]