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Taking Their Love to the Edge

MaryAnn Sullivan and Dave Wiegand celebrated their love with an intimate wedding at the historic Thunderbird Lodge along the water's edge at Lake Tahoe. Beautiful white flowers made up the bulk of the bouquet along with a few hints of blue here and there. White pillars framed the couple against a picturesque backdrop as they said their vows. They took time to explore the historic grounds as their photographer snapped plenty of pictures. Following the nuptials, the new couple joined family for a boat ride on the Thunderbird.

Breathtaking Views and Show-Stopping Dance Moves

Erica Ortiz & Jeff Harris got hitched in the hills of Tahoe overlooking the glistening lake. The bride stole the show in a classic white gown surrounded by all of her best friends who wore deep shades of magenta. Spotted feathers complimented bright flowers on the bridesmaids' wrists and the groomsmen's boutonnières. 

The wedding party couldn't help busting a move or two together as the reception began and the dancing only continued as the bride and groom shared their first dance. These breathtaking wedding photo views range from the sandy beach to the cabin-like country club. Tahoe offers some of the most diverse and beautiful backdrops for special occasions like this. 

Pop Outerwear: Snow Tested, City Approved

Pop Outerwear: Snow Approved, City Approved

In the Bay Area, the lines between outdoor gear and city wear are blurry. There aren't many other places where you see an abundance of North Face jackets at bars and Lululemon pants on the bus. Come winter, when weekend warriors take a powder to get to powder in Tahoe, their clothes must be snow tested and city approved. Enter Pop Outerwear, a San Francisco-based company that designs for “the 9-to-5'ers that dream of snow.”

5 Activities Beyond Snow in Lake Tahoe

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Welcome to June-uary. That's what folks around Tahoe are calling this snowless time of year. And with the paucity of powder -- more than six weeks and counting -- and the endless sunshiny days, many outdoor enthusiasts are eschewing their skis and snowboards and snowshoes for toys more typically seen in the summer.

So You Think You Can Dance (And Make it Snow)?

Attention clubbers: Do you have the right moves to dance up a storm?

Literally?

Well, the folks at Go Tahoe North certainly hope so.

New Year's Eve Parties in Lake Tahoe

There are many ways to ring in the new year, and the resorts and lodges around year-round party central (Lake Tahoe) have just about most of them covered.

Homewood Resort Gets Approval to Expand

Homewood Mountain Resort is about to enter the modern era.

After half a decade of wishing and hoping, wheeling and dealing, the homey little West Shore ski and snowboard hill on Wednesday evening got the approval of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to go ahead with Phase 1 of its $500 million master plan.

Holiday Events in Lake Tahoe

Though the weather outside is frightful – it’s not snowing and the prospects for any significant snowfall in the immediate future are grim – the Lake Tahoe area is still a delightful place to visit during the year-end holiday season.

Get Some Rest and Rejuvenation in the Tahoe This Weekend

Although the waters of Lake Tahoe aren’t strictly restorative, folks from the City have been traveling to the Big Blue for generations in seeking solace from the hassles of day-to-day urban life.

Come Friday, you can head up to Tahoe for a little R&R and perhaps get some health concerns cleared up in the bargain as Granlibakken Lodge plays host to the annual Women’s Wellness Weekend in Tahoe City.

Got Your Ski Lease Yet? Better Hurry Up

The great thing about having Lake Tahoe in San Francisco’s backyard is that the winter mountain resorts are a little more than a three-hour drive from the city.

The bad thing is that it’s a three-hour drive to the lifts.

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