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Lincoln High Theater’s Name Remains Unchanged

After three months of disagreement over a new name for the Lincoln High School Theater, the Western Placer Unified School District Board opted to leave the theater unnamed.

(Aug. 4, 2022) → Read the full Auburn Journal report
Tahoe Trash Sculpture Design Chosen

The Tahoe Fund and Clean Up the Lake have announced that the new art installation created from some of the 25,000-plus pounds of litter removed from Lake Tahoe will take the form of a bald eagle holding a Lahontan cutthroat trout.

(May 26, 2022) → Read the full Tahoe Daily Tribune report

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Tahoe Poetry Collective: Creating a literary community

It's a hot summer evening. A large group of people is seated at picnic tables. Some drink beer from the Bear Belly Brewing company and others enjoy food from the Yard Hen food truck. Children are running around playing. I’ve …


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New underwater exhibit completed

Muralist Susie Alexander of Susie Alexander Art recently completed an artistic rendering of Lake Tahoe’s underwater habitat in the lounge of the UC Davis Tahoe Science Center. The exhibit shows shallow habitat, deep water habitat and living aquatic organisms found …


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Art tours celebrate local artists

TAL Studio Tour | July 29-31 & Aug. 5-7 | 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Kings Beach Art Tour | July 30 & 31 | 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Scores of local artists will be presenting their unique artistic creations during two artist …


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Photographic history of Tahoe in new book

Peter Goin presents a photographic history of the Tahoe Basin over a 100-year period in “The Nature of Lake Tahoe: A Photographic History, 1860-1960.” With more than 200 duotone and color photographs, this collection showcases Tahoe’s elemental identity, including photographs …


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Kings Beach’s Art Resurgence

Kings Beach is a perfect walking town. Along the 1-mile stretch from the Highway 267/Highway 28 intersection to Beaver Street, it’s filled with shops, restaurants and recreational areas. The recent health pandemic created a unique opportunity for it to be …


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Much Ado at Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

“Much Ado About Nothing” & “Mama Mia” through Aug. 21 After closing the curtains in 2020 and running a limited schedule last year, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival is back to full operating capacity. This summer, 50 years after the company …


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Tahoe Music, Events & Festivals Guide, Summer 2022

Read the digital version of the guide at issuu.com/TheTahoeWeekly.com. Add your events to our calendar here Live Music Free outdoor summer concerts Ongoing | Area venues Enjoy the summer with one of Tahoe’s free summer concert series: Tuesdays features Bluesdays …


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Fabulous Festival Foods

The music is good, the dancing is epic and summer festivals have arrived. When planning to attend a festival, one of the most important things to consider is hydration and nutrition. While many festivals have food vendors, other festivals such …


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