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  • March 12-April 8 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on March 11, 2015
    Click the image below for Tahoe Weekly digital edition Jamie Burge enjoys air while skiing a cliff in the Mount Rose Wilderness at midnight on March 5. “A remote flash was used to light the action, while Reno and a full moon illuminates the background,” says photographer Matt Bansak, MattBansak.com. “Despite the full moon, she was jumping in near total darkness. It […]
  • 2014-15 Tahoe Powder

    By The Weekly on March 11, 2015
    Click here for Tahoe Weekly digital edition.   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.
  • Easter Worship Services

    By The Weekly on March 11, 2015
    Worship service listings are available online year-round at thetahoeweekly.com. BAPTIST First Baptist of Tahoe City 390 Fairway Drive, Tahoe City Sunday services at 9 a.m. followed by fellowship. Sunday School & nursery offered during worship. Pastor Scott Capshaw. Interdenominational Stations of the Cross at Corpus Christi Catholic Church on Good Friday at 7 p.m. Easter Sunrise Service at 6 a.m. […]
  • Skiers, boarders compete in Banzai finale

    By Jenn Sheridan on March 11, 2015
    Banzai Tour · The Rahlves Banzai Tour heads to the series finale on March 14 and 15 at Sugar Bowl with an opportunity for top racers to compete against Olympic Athletes Daron Rahlves and Nate Holland in the Silver Belt. Big mountain freeride meets ski/boarder-cross action in the Banzai Tour, with head-to-head action four at a time, top to bottom, […]
  • The best spring skiing in Tahoe

    By Jenn Sheridan on March 11, 2015
    By Jenn Sheridan · Diamond Peak · This winter has been serving up spring-like conditions for the past few months, with most skiers and riders enjoying a mix of corn snow and man-made sugar, but as I sit down to list some of the best spring runs it happens to be dumping snow outside and making me wonder if this […]
  • Your Tahoe Time

    By The Weekly on March 11, 2015
    Tahoe Weekly staff has been enjoying the posts @TheTahoeWeekly of how everyone’s being enjoying the winter season in Tahoe and Truckee. We share some of our favorites in this issue’s Your Tahoe Time. Courtney Temkin submitted won a SnowBomb Platinum Pass featuring five free lift tickets in our #CreateYourAdventure contest on Instagram with her photo of her snowshoeing with her […]
  • Paddling for Change | Danielle Katz · a local profile

    By Priya Hutner on March 11, 2015
    Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   “Who am I?” is a technique offered to the seekers of consciousness initiated by one the most influential spiritual masters of the 20th Century. It is a call to look inward and inquire about the nature of who we are. By practicing this we also become more aware of our relationship to […]
  • Technology wins battle for Donner Pass

    By Mark McLaughlin on March 11, 2015
    By Mark McLaughlin ·   In 1890, Southern Pacific Railroad got its first chance to try out a new, innovative rotary snowplow that it had recently purchased. That severe winter 125 years ago dumped nearly 65 feet of snow on the mountains and shut down SP’s Central Pacific line over Donner Pass for 15 consecutive days. The 776 inches of […]
  • A drug called Kodachrome

    By Warren Miller on March 11, 2015
    By Warren Miller ·   After almost a year aboard a couple of ships in the South Pacific, I finally had accumulated enough points to earn a discharge and a $100 mustering out check. I was walking down Market Street with that $100 check in my pocket when an 8mm Bell & Howell movie camera caught my eye. That check […]
  • 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, […]