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This week’s action: Freaker’s Ball, Rockin’ Dead Halloween Bash, a Harvest Party and more (opinion, Caitlin Row)

October 28, 2016 — Halloween's traditional spooky celebration — parties, treats, costumes and tricks — returns this week, with the official holiday landing on Monday. There are lots of adult- and kids-themed events on tap, most notably the annual Freaker's Ball, planned for 8 p.m. at MontBleu Resort Casino

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This week’s action: Spooky entertainment leads South Shore event calendar (Caitlin Row, opinion)

October 21, 2016 — The new season of "Walking Dead" debuts Sunday, Oct. 23 — and never have I been more excited. I've been hooked on this zombie apocalypse survival drama since its pilot; and the spin-off "Fear the Walking Dead" recently got my attention, too. Check out Tribune

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This week’s action: Tahoe welcomes Beach Boy, autumn flavors & Meyers Gear Swap

October 14, 2016 — It's that spooky, fun time of year — when the days get shorter, Halloween candy lines grocery store shelves (tempting me … ), and ski areas prep for opening day. Though South Lake Tahoe is deep into shoulder season, there's still plenty to do. Here

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Barbells for Boobs raises breast cancer awareness in South Lake Tahoe

October 14, 2016 — Kim Caringer, a South Shore resident and breast cancer survivor, said CrossFit — a popular fitness routine — changed her life. That's why she now organizes a local Barbells for Boobs fundraiser, along with South Tahoe CrossFit. This year's event is planned for Saturday, Oct.

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This week’s action: Winter countdown begins at Lake Tahoe (opinion, Caitlin Row)

October 7, 2016 — Lake Tahoe got its first real taste of winter Sunday afternoon when snow flurries thickly descended for an hour or so. After a pretty dry summer, a little moisture was a welcome sign of things to come. Let's hope that white stuff continues through the

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This week’s action: German beer, fall fish fest, rockstars and more (opinion)

September 30, 2016 — Beer, beer, BEER! Oktoberfest returns in all its autumnal glory. It's hosted at Camp Richardson Historic Resort and Marina, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2. The Tribune's own Autumn Whitney will be at the event, sampling the many good

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Five questions with Tahoe’s Talie Jane Interiors’ Natalie Malik

September 25, 2016 — Talie Jane Interiors, based in South Lake Tahoe, serves clients throughout the region, including Reno, Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, Glenbrook and beyond. It's owned and operated by Natalie Malik, who is licensed to work in Nevada and California. "Interior Design is my second career; I

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Take a hike: A scenic jaunt to Lake Margaret is well worth the work (watch the video)

September 23, 2016 — TAKE A DRIVE Lake Margaret Trail is a 45-minute drive from South Lake Tahoe, located nearby (before) Kirkwood Mountain Resort in the Carson Pass area. The road turning into the parking area is unmarked, though once back there a sign clearly states the trail is

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This week’s action: Taste the Sierra harvest this week at Tahoe’s South Shore (opinion)

September 16, 2016 — Sierra Nevada's field-to-fork movement seems to be growing — and that's OK with me. I love to sample locally sourced food items, plus craft brews and wines; it paints a picture of the region through taste (my favorite sense). Sample the Sierra returns to South

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Bass Camp brings the beats to South Shore

September 14, 2016 — August is upon us — and there's plenty to do at the lake this week. Whether you're here for Bass Camp or just enjoying the views, be sure to use Lake Tahoe Action's #TahoeSnaps hashtag when you post your Tahoe-centric photos to Instagram. We love

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This week’s action: Boats, art and bikes around the lake this weekend (opinion)

September 14, 2016 — This weekend is all about relaxation — some lake time, dog time and down time while enjoying all that Tahoe has to offer. Looking for your own zen-tertainment this weekend? I suggest downloading the free Viridi app to your smartphone. It's fun (and strangely soothing)

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This week’s action: Football begins, beer festival and Tour de Tahoe returns

September 9, 2016 — With Labor Day behind us, we're heading into shoulder season — a time to enjoy a quieter Tahoe, with less traffic, beautiful weather and still ample time to get outside before snow flies. That doesn't mean there's a shortage of entertainment, however. Here are three

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Small brush fire near Heavenly Mountain contained (updated)

September 4, 2016 — SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — A small fire broke out near Heavenly Mountain Sunday afternoon, Sept. 4, on the California side. According to Brice Bennett, Amador-El Dorado CalFire unit's public information officer, the fire — a 40-foot by 25-foot spot in Van Sickle Bi-State Park —

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This week’s action: Labor Day weekend offers variety of family events, music and fireworks

September 2, 2016 — Labor Day weekend is here — and that means lots of fun around the lake, including beach time, adult beverage time, chill time and boat time. It's also sure to be busy in the Basin, so plan your travel time accordingly. Looking for something to

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This week’s action: When you only have a two-day weekend to experience Tahoe (opinion)

August 26, 2016 — Burning Man is back in action Aug. 28 through Sept. 5 — as was apparent by the influx of party-goers to Reno-Tahoe International Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 24. The Nevada Black Rock Desert extravaganza will attract thousands over the next week, and surely some will

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Tahoe Beach Club groundbreaking ceremony hosts Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval (photo slideshow; this story will be updated)

August 15, 2016 — STATELINE — More than 100 celebrants gathered for Tahoe Beach Club's official groundbreaking ceremony Monday afternoon, Aug. 15. The event that featured speaker Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval marked the start of an important occasion — the first Tahoe lakefront community approved in over 30 years.

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