In just one lone cove of Lake Tahoe in summer 2018, approximately 600 pounds of trash was cleaned up by scuba divers. That’s right: 600 pounds. In one cove. Imagine what’s underneath the rest of Tahoe’s 72-mile circumference …
Nothing quite beats the calming, yet equally invigorating, aroma of a vibrant flowers basking in the sun’s rays. With plants sprouting and flowers in full bloom in the Sierra, here’s a look at everything essential oils including where you can see the plants being grown, places that bottle locally and some artists doing fun things with botanicals.
How to train like an Olympian regionally.By Natasha Bourlin While the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo has been rescheduled to begin July 23, 2021, several new additions will be added to the event’s athletic repertoire. The world will be watching next summer as shortboard surfing, karate, skateboarding, sport climbing and baseball join for the first time, or return to the Olympics. Other sports like kayaking are adding three women’s event while eliminating three men’s.
The best small plates in Reno/Tahoe by Jen Peng After a day enjoying the great adventures the area has to offer, there’s nothing better than celebrating your achievements with friends over a few drinks and some tasty bites. Sharing is caring, and here are my favorite picks for some of the best small plates, bites and appetizers in the Sierra.
Spring trends celebrate the styles of yesteryear. By Ashley Polan It’s the beginning of a new decade, so it’s only fitting that many trends dawning the runway look back on the past. We’ve seen styles popping up from the 50s, 70s, and even the Renaissance period! Here are the top five trends this spring and local vintage shops where you can shop these looks.
A peek at places that have social media abuzz. By Heidi Bethel Instaworthy spots abound in the Sierra. Whether you’re looking for a great vantage point to shoot a Tik Tok video or want a quick photo to post alongside your Facebook status, Reno/Tahoe has some amazing views that are sure to get you more followers.
This is a weekend to celebrate Genoa’s western history. Enjoy a free festival filled with live music, Native American demonstrations, cowboy poetry, historic tours and more. They will also have concerts Friday and Saturday, with tickets available for purchase.
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Throughout downtown Reno, every fourth Saturday of the month you can walk or “crawl” to participating bars in the Reno Beer Crawl. For just $5, you get a wristband, map, and glass to use for $1 refills of six-ounce samples. Check their website to see this month’s theme, get creative and join the fun!
Where Wild Things Roam, Hoof it with wild horses and get eagle-eyed over bald eagles. By Jason Lopez. The Sierra is home to a vast array of wildlife, both in the sky and on land. And winter is prime time for wildlife viewing in Reno/Tahoe and beyond.