Kiss the itches goodbye, and get softer skin, relax and kick that flu with this soap and bath salts made in Incline Village. What’s the secret ingredient? Minerals from the […]
In 1996, Craig Davies came to Lake Tahoe to snowboard.
While he was delivering pizzas, he started making candles and selling them at craft shows.
Tahoe Candle soon became a burning success.
Lake Tahoe is home to Bakpocket Products, a unique line of ultralight, outdoor products including signature hammocks, beach blankets, eco-friendly backpacks, bags and accessories. […]
Truckee’s well-known printer, TIP Printing and Graphics, has reached an impressive 40-year milestone. The presses have been running non-stop, and owners Joel Gressel and Rich Valentine are looking back…and forward.
Part of TIP’s staying power can be attributed to the fact that ink has been running through the blood of these two for decades. […]
Learn how to grow food in the mountains with the local farmers who created Tahoe Food Hub and the Sierra Agroecology Center in Truckee. […]
After skiing all day nothing beats a big, fat juicy burger at the Bridge Tender in Tahoe City.
The annual “Dinner in the Barn” series hosted by Sierra Valley Farms features guest chefs who prepare a feast using produce so fresh it grew in the field hours before they serve the four-course meal in a 1936-era barn during.
Party of two? […]
When Jacob Morrison goes wood collecting, it’s not for firewood. The Truckee native has developed a keen eye for spotting logs and limbs that are suitable for his one-of-a-kind rustic furniture pieces. […]
Looking for that one-of-a-kind gift for the expecting mother?
What about a hand-painted custom belly. […]
Celebrate Tahoe arts and mountain culture with local arts, local products, food, and music at the Made in Tahoe Festival at Squaw.
The two-day festival over Memorial Day weekend includes local artisans, businesses, organizations and a community stage with live performances by artists, storytellers, writers or presentations. […]