Some would argue that Tahoe is not the best lake for tow sports. And they would have a fair point. Lower-elevation lakes with fingers and coves provide opportunity for warmer, smoother waters—sought-after characteristics for waterskiing, wakeboarding and wakesurfing, among other watersports. But while Tahoe’s wide-open expanse,...

You may not know Bob Habeger, but you should be glad that some 150 Tahoe-area chefs, cooks and assorted culinarians do. The longtime North Lake Tahoe resident and his family have owned and operated Carnelian Bay’s Habeger Produce Plus for nearly three decades, supplying area...

Clues inside and out of Tom Loeschner’s quaint Floriston home indicate the presence of a woodworker. Inside, intricate wood details pop throughout the rustic cabin, which Loeschner explains is one of the few original structures remaining in the historic railroad town. A patchwork wall commands attention...

Like most architects, Clare Walton of Tahoe City’s Walton AE uses numerous tools and methods when starting a new design—sketches, photos, 3-D modeling software—but when a client opted to demonstrate her wishes for a future project with carefully composed shoeboxes, it was a first....

American artist Gordon Matta-Clark studied architecture at Cornell University in the 1960s and went on to an unconventional practice that he referred to as “Anarchitecture,” existing somewhere between the world of art and deconstruction. Anarchitecture is described on his Wikipedia page as “a conflation of...

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