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Rocklin singer-song writer looks to shake area with ‘California vibes’
Wednesday Apr 01 2015
Jeanette Hawkins may be a young songwriter, but her time spent in a bleaker part of the world has left an enduring belief in music’s power to heal the spirit. Now, as she mak ...
Roseville’s Blue Line Galley launches new Digital Arts Lab
Friday Mar 27 2015
Blue Line Arts in Roseville recently unveiled its Digital Arts Lab, which it says will help local students explore and use their creativity in a new, unique way. The technology was ...
Historic Roseville slaying offers insights to ‘cursed’ family
Friday Mar 27 2015
Do you believe that death and tragedy seem to follow certain people? In the case of David Turley, they indeed seemed to follow him, leading him straight to the gallows. The questi ...
Granite Bay kids hit the notes with Sac Youth Symphony
Wednesday Mar 25 2015
If you close your eyes and listen to the music — really immerse yourself in the Sacramento Youth Symphony experience — you might think you’re in Vienna, maybe Lon ...
Roseville filmmaker Matt Pacini glimpses success at major festival
Monday Mar 23 2015
Roseville writer and director Matt Pacini is grabbing attention as yet another example of how much talent is in Northern California, as well as how much the indie filmmaking scene ...
Roseville’s Humble Wolf breaks out regionally with 'Black and White'
Friday Mar 20 2015
The sun is going down as four musicians haul their gear through the doors, glancing into the gin-joint dimensions of a club laced in sensuously grotesque paintings, sin-red Victori ...
Sierra College to host Native American ‘Big Time’ on Saturday
Wednesday Mar 18 2015
Sierra College in Rocklin is preparing to host its Big Time event, Indigenous Peoples Days, on Saturday, March 21. Representatives for the college said the “California-style ...
Runners to the rescue
Friday Mar 06 2015
One of the more unnerving things about human trafficking is that it could conceivably take place on any street corner in any city. In fact, some reports have had Sacramento as the ...
Thursday Mar 05 2015
A bird with the will to live - a true story A male Black-headed Grosbeak, cracking sunflower seeds at a backyard feeder, was knocked to the ground by a haw ...
Master chef offers classes in Roseville
Tuesday Mar 03 2015
Chef Dan Catanio, a native Californian and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America Hyde Park New York, has set up shop in Roseville to offer a series of cooking classes, whic ...
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