Lake Tahoe Magazine Articles

A Toast to Tahoe

By Keith Rugg
Lake Tahoe is all about one-of-a-kind experiences. The lake itself is the largest alpine lake in North America, and it’s the second-deepest lake in the United States. The Winter Olympics were held here in 1960. Back in the day, the showrooms were the haunts of Elvis and Sinatra, and even today spotting a celebrity... Read More

Wonderful Winter in Tahoe City

By Beth Ingalls
When aspen leaves glow golden against the azure sky and crisp nights come consistently in late autumn, palpable new energy fills the air in Tahoe City, one of the West’s favorite ski towns. Winter sports gear comes out, ski swaps become standard weekend fare, and weather pundits are consumed with snowfall predictions... Read More

Before Getting Back to It: Precautions to Consider When Returning to Play

By Dr. Jeffrey A. Orr
With the weather getting colder and the snow falling, it’s time to break out the winter gear, get outside and start enjoying some frozen nature. However, if you have recently suffered an injury and are looking to get back to outdoor activities this winter, here are a few precautions you may benefit from before... Read More

A Day and Night in the Life of a Hard Rock Guest

By Kayla Anderson
For skiers, snowboarders and people who enjoy plenty of shopping, nightlife and gaming, South Lake Tahoe and Stateline offer it all. For those with rock ‘n’ roll souls to boot, the fact that there’s a Hard Rock Hotel & Casino here is music to their ears. Conveniently located right on the main drag in Stateline, a... Read More

Raising Canes to a New Level

By Beth Ingalls
Long-time Tahoe local and Martial Arts Grandmaster Mark Shuey is in the business of making canes cool again. Not only did he found an entire martial arts practice based around the cane, but also he manufactures unique, handcrafted, custom canes at the international headquarters of Cane Masters based in Incline Village... Read More