Living

Lunch at the Flower Farm Café

It’s not often the words “dining” and “lunch” are used in the same sentence, especially in this column. But just off Auburn Folsom Road, on the outsk ...

Area musicians hold benefit concert for James Bourne

  A group of area musicians will gather for a benefit concert to raise money in memory of former Oakmont High School athlete James Bourne, who died unexpectedly at his home r ...

Dancers catch performance bug

TRICKS dance companies recently got a taste of big-time entertaining. The group of 6- to 14-year-olds rocked Sleep Train Arena for a jazz and hip-hop infused Sacramento Kings pre- ...

Behind the voice: Just who is Joe Maumee?

You know Joe Maumee must be on the radio when he opens his mouth and you hear that deep, gruff sound come out. With a voice like that, how could he not be? Usually, people hear h ...

Granite Bay mom and pop shop thrives

Craig Lyman was an executive with a major lending agency and his wife, DeeDee, was employed at a financial institution when the real estate market went downhill. The couple could s ...

Granite Bay grad ready for the future

Like most high school seniors, Kimberly Sinclair had a very busy academic year. But, for her last semester at Granite Bay High School, Sinclair, 17, made time to go to athletic ga ...

Independence grad passionate about service

Hannah Hubner, 16, has a passion for helping those less fortunate, and it’s an interest she plans to continue as she graduates early from Independence High School in Rosevill ...

Tri-city art tour rolls through Rocklin, Roseville and Granite Bay

Local artists opened their studios Saturday and Sunday for the seventh annual Art & Chocolate Art Studio Trek. Rocklin artists Lynda Pike, Connie McLennan and Diane Ruhkala Be ...

Rover and me

Kiersten Schmidt was a painfully shy child and often felt alone, unlike her younger sisters. “Having two siblings that were always going to sleepovers and being invited to b ...