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Safe Backcountry Skiing in Lake Tahoe
It’s finally here: the start of Lake Tahoe’s most anticipated season of the year. As snowfall begins to really pick More Info »
Bear Yuba Land Trust
Land Use & Development
2024 Wild & Scenic Film Festival Opens Volunteer Recruitment
The 22nd annual festival takes place in-person Feb. 15-19.
From Los Angeles Times...
Creative Architecture Thrives in Los Angeles
With its hilly terrain, parts of Los Angeles aren’t always the easiest to build in. But that didn’t stop an architect from building a unique structure in Silver Lake.
OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. – Travel North Lake Tahoe (TNTNV) announces its partnership with the WinterWonderGrass Music Festival, culminating in the highly anticipated 2024 WinterWonderGrass Festival. As part of this collaboration, TNTNV is set to host the 2nd Annual Road to …
TAHOE CITY, Calif. The Placer County Board of Supervisors on Nov. 28 approved a project proposal to place two murals along a section of the Truckee River Trail passing under the Truckee River Bridge.
TRUCKEE, Calif. – The Public Art Commission of Truckee is working on its next art implementation project. One location that is under consideration is the Mobility Hub in the Railyard area.
Michelle Parker | Aaron BlattAlpenglow Sports’ 18th Annual Winter Speaker Series kicks off with local freeskier Michelle Parker on Nov. 30 with her show “A Change in Perspective.” The show, which documents her father’s battle with dementia and Parkinson’s, …
TRUCKEE, Calif. – Thanks to artists Yustina Salnikova and Joel Dean from Building 180, an all-inclusive art production and consulting agency that specializes in creating intricate art installations from start to finish, trash literally became...
TRUCKEE, Calif. – Nevada County Arts Council and Truckee Arts Alliance announced the hiring of Kellie Cutler as Truckee Cultural District's Program Manager, a new position at the heart of one of the state's coveted...
Oct. 20 Veteran’s Hall Truckee Being a teenager in Tahoe isn’t always as easy as it looks. In fact, if you’re not into team sports or outdoor adventure, you might feel out of place. “A lot of people don’t fit …
Tahoe fall filled with festivals, fun It’s a fun-filled fall season in Tahoe and this edition of Tahoe Guide is packed with fun events from film showings and Oktoberfest celebrations (including a Bike’toberfest) to wine walks, the Made in Tahoe …
Like other modern-day street artists, Samuel “Samurai” Rains’ artwork is unconventional, thought-provoking and a fun surprise. As a 14-year resident of North Lake Tahoe, Rains works as a boat captain, bartender, children’s book creator and artist.
From selling out arenas to penning Grammy-winning albums, Billy Strings has broken bluegrass barriers we didn’t even know existed.
California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project
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