North Lake Tahoe community steps up to help a family in need   In November 2015, Kyla Yorkey was an active, happy little girl. Talkative, energetic and full of smiles, she loved making her new baby sister laugh and running around Incline Village’s Village Green, throwing tennis...

The Flood of 1997 is remembered as one of the Reno–Tahoe area’s worst natural disasters in modern history   The first drops fell on the northern Sierra on a Monday. It was December 30 and the forecasters had warned for several days that an enormous storm system...

Fabric artist Karen Colbert creates intricate designs using two-inch squares   Off Incline Village’s Tahoe Boulevard, tucked into a small building near Wildflower Café, is Handmade At The Lake. Tables brim with art prints, jewelry and pottery, but the eye is drawn to the colorful quilts lining...

Kalani’s in South Lake Tahoe warms winter with Hawaiian Island fare   Snowboards, surfboards, sushi. The Tahoe-Hawaii connection is a well-travelled one, and the shortest distance between the two happy places might be Kalani’s at Lake Tahoe, where waves of Pacific Rim flavors are served in an...

Lake Tahoe backcountry offers unbeatable snowshoeing options for winter adventurers of all abilities   The snow is flying, transforming Lake Tahoe into a winter wonderland. What better way to get outside and experience the beauty of the season than by strapping on some snowshoes, grabbing a set...

Midtown music venue and brewpub bolstering the city’s rising social status   It’s a Friday night and The Saint is buzzing and brimming with a cocktail of people. Bespectacled hipsters. Bearded folkies. Leather-clad rockers.  Blitzen Trapper, a revered alt-country band from Portland, Oregon, is launching into its 90-minute...