Living

The railroad genius behind Roseville’s birth has become invisible

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if Roseville didn’t exist? Like the ripples in a pond after a stone hits the water, the effects of one man’s dream can gr ...

Rocklin event ponders future of the book

“Are Books Dead?” Sierra College plans to put the question to the public on March 6 with its upcoming illustrated lecture-discussion, hosted by award-winning Berkeley p ...

Memories of the Civil War return to Placer County

The Golden State’s legacy in the Civil War will be on full local display Sunday, March 1. Richard Hurley and TJ Meekins will present “California and the Civil War,&rdq ...

Upcoming Rocklin ‘birder’ event isn’t for the birds

“Birders” in Rocklin will have their day on Friday, Feb. 20 when the Sierra College Natural History Museum hosts its presentation, “How to Spy on Your Feathered F ...

Granite Bay adventurers journey across two continents

“Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them, you are a mile away from them and you have their shoes.” - &nbs ...

ASR Restaurant jumps into Roseville’s array of dining hot spots

When we stepped in to the newly opened ASR Restaurant and Lounge, I was glad I left my yoga pants at home.  This stylish establishment is filled with professional clientele an ...

The stage lights blaze on at the Roseville Theatre

When the Magic Circle Theatre, Roseville’s venerable downtown acting company, closed their doors in 2010, the troupe was left to wonder, ‘what next?’ But the hard ...

‘Back on Bass’ night sees talent on display at Tower

Roseville fans of music and stage productions headed into the Tower Theatre Saturday, Jan. 31 for Standout Talent’s Back on Bass fundraising event. The evening was dedicated ...

Drought and sculpture collide in February at Ridley Gallery

Between now and Feb. 19 the Ridley Gallery at Sierra College will be hosting its exhibit, Invented Abundance, featuring the sculptures of Mollie Oblinger. A reception will be held ...

Back on Bass fundraiser to help Tower’s artistic aims

Fresh off getting a renewed lease on the historic Tower Theatre, the nonprofit Standout Talent is holding a fundraiser to support stage arts and a host of upcoming performances in ...

Roseville’s Old City Hall may soon be a thing of the past

One of Roseville’s historic buildings may be on the “chopping block” in the near future, leaving questions with some locals as to the price standing history will ...

Roseville’s ‘guitar man’ talks craft

Sipping ice cold coffee, nestled in the cool confines of Shady Coffee and Tea, I see Roseville-based luthier Michael Karriker walk in. Now, I know what you’re thinking: &ldq ...

Rocklin’s Anatolian Table continues to bridge far-off traditions

Turkey is a land where intriguing conversations and warm hospitality reign supreme, and a couple who grew up with that way of life have been sharing it with Rocklin through cuisine ...

New book sees the world through the view of a Roseville K9

It’s easy to see that Rolf, a 9-year old Springer spaniel, was able to train his human, Jack May, AKA Grumpy, in no time at all. Rolf has his owner plumping pillows, and bel ...

Roseville’s Cibo 7 breaks the ‘stay away’ factor on fine dining

For food lovers unfamiliar with the term “rustic fine dining,” the new Cibo 7 is hoping to burn those words into the region’s culinary consciousness.   ...