North Tahoe Arts presents Tahoe Landscapes, an exhibit highlighting the work of 12 local artists from October 1 to November 9.
An opening reception will take place Friday, October 3.
The Odd Couple, Neil Simon’s classic take on friendship, gets a feminine spin this fall at the Valhalla Boathouse Theater.
Brian Wetzel was a professional comedian and speaker whose career and personal life were absorbed by his 20 year struggle with clinical depression and subsequent addiction.
Today, he is helping others affected by depression through comedy.
Don’t miss this fundraiser for The League to Skate Lake Tahoe.
The Airblaster movie “August”, and Think Thank Productions “Stack Footy” movie at Squaw on October 3.
You be the judge.
Matchstick Productions’ new release, “CLAIM, The Greatest Ski Movie… EVER!” premieres at the Olympic Village Lodge on October 4.
You may know someone just like him. (Sorry.)
If nothing seems to work, maybe a little comedy will be the perfect remedy… for everyone!
Laughter is the best medicine.
His is a story about turning trauma into triumph, finding ability in disability.
It’s the seventh snowboard film by First Track Productions.
While Knock on Wood features new riders, the genre is classic FTP – simple and pure: Capturing the essence of snowboarding.
Through his writing, award-winning local author Robert “Fro” Frohlich has touched countless people who love the Tahoe and Truckee area and the Sierra Nevada.
Now in return, the local community is reaching out to support him during this great time of need.
If you’re bored with your current yoga regimen, you might want to try this.
Through the photographic medium, Beata & Eric Jarvis strive to capture the timeless, enduring, and often, elusive soul of our planet.
Open floor belly dancing with the best.
If you are a runner and golfer, this game is for you.
Between June 18 and September 19, $2,080 was raised at events, businesses and the final Art Auction to help replace South Lake Tahoe Library books that were destroyed in the homes lost in the Angora fire last year, and a burn-area landmark.
He just finished his 3-year bike tour around the world raising money for the Make a Wish Foundation.
Meet Rick Gunn, South Shore journalist and photographer.