'It's just the weirdest place': The wealth gap in this Tahoe town is extreme

This post was originally published on this site

A 10-minute drive from the California-Nevada state border, Incline Village is like the Malibu of Lake Tahoe — but with lower taxes.  

© George Rose/Getty

It’s long attracted the rich and famous, including Mike Love, Jeremy Renner and Instagram founder Kevin Systtrom. 

Load Error

But not everyone in Incline Village is a multimillionaire, and one of the strangest examples of Incline’s dichotomy between the haves and have-nots is at the thrift store.


How Ikeda’s on I-80 became a must-stop for people traveling to Tahoe. It’s worth skipping the Chipotles and Taco Bells and even the In-N-Outs. Read more.

Daughter of author Michael Lewis among 2 dead in crash near Truckee. The students’ vehicle was traveling northbound on State Route 89. Read more.

Tahoe visitors are getting pulled over because of a new traffic rule. Drivers beware: There’s a new right turn rule that might soon get you a ticket. Read more.

Last week’s top story:

There’s a hot tub crisis bubbling in Lake Tahoe. For one of Tahoe’s oldest hot tub companies, Pomin’s Tahoe Hot Tubs, the surge of business hasn’t all been rosy. Read more.

The Tahoe Report is curated by Jasmine Garnett and Tahoe editor Julie Brown. Contact Garnett at Jasmine.Garnett@sfgate.com or Brown at Julie.Brown@sfgate.com.

Continue Reading

Related Posts