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Tahoe leading e-mtn bike access

Tahoe leading e-mtn bike access The Tahoe National Forest, which includes the Truckee area and wraps around portions of the North and West shores outside the Tahoe Basin, is leading the way on opening Forest Service lands nationwide to e-mountain …


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Electric mountain bike access: Tahoe National Forest leading the way

Electric mountain bikes are opening the door to increased access to public lands, a key takeaway from the E-Mountain Bike Summit held in Olympic Valley in mid-September. As the use of e-bikes continues to grow in popularity, the positive attributes …


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Magic in Markleeville: Battered town rich in Sierra history

Over the past few years, the residents and businesses of Markleeville have been to hell and back. First, the Covid-19 pandemic shut down tourism for nearly two years, a mainstay of the town’s economy. In 2021 the massive Tamarack Fire …


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Lakeview Social: South Tahoe’s neighborhood hangout

South Lake Tahoe’s newest neighborhood hangout is the perfect place to enjoy food, have a beer, coffee or wine, and sway your hips to live music. Sandwiched between Eldorado Beach and Tahoe Bike Company on Highway 50, Lakeview Social is …


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High Sierra Caviar: Pine Cone Kitchen’s Black Garlic

Self-proclaimed foodies and garlicologists Greg Lusson and Kayla Burton stumbled into a ramen house and tried black garlic. That meal changed the trajectory of their lives. Black garlic is less spicy than white garlic. It’s easy to digest and offers …


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‘Going it Alone’: Hauserman pens book on solo backpacking

Long days, miles of trails ahead, the sound of your shoes pounding the dirt and nothing but you and the thoughts in your head. These are some of the images author Tim Hauserman evokes in his recently published book, “Going …


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Ibibio Sound Machine: Ecstatic beats on a global mission

Oct. 1 | Crystal Bay Casino | Crystal Bay, Nev. Eno Williams will soon be enjoying the Nevada sunshine. “It’s been raining all day,” she says from her neighborhood south of London. “Good, old English weather.” The captivating, yet soft-spoken, …


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Robert Louis Stevenson finds his muse: An Artful Love Story, Part I

There is an adage: “Behind every great man is a great woman.” That couldn’t be truer than in the relationship between the famous 19th Century Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson and his beloved wife and muse Fanny Osbourne. Stevenson was …


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Christopher Cross

Yacht Rock Oct. 1 | Harrah’s Lake Tahoe | Stateline, Nev. Christopher Cross made history with his 1980 self-titled debut album, winning five Grammy Awards, including — for the first time in history — the “Big Four” most prestigious awards: …


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Easton Corbin

Country Oct. 8 | Bally’s Lake Tahoe | Stateline, Nev. Easton Corbin has been gracing stages with his memorable baritone and unique blend of neo-traditional country music for more than a decade. The Florida native boasts two No. 1 singles, …


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S.R. Laws and The Heartsleeves

Folk Rock Oct. 6-8 | Moody’s Bistro, Bar & Beats | Truckee Following in the footsteps of musical storytellers like John Hiatt and Jackson Browne, Sonoma County singer-songwriter S.R. Laws captures the imagery of time passing through a journeyman’s perspective. …


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USGS renames offensive peaks, valleys

Publisher’s Note: Tahoe Weekly will only use the offensive name in the future when deemed necessary for clarification purposes. In all other instances, we will refer to it as sq**w as we would for other offensive or derogatory terms. The …