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Along with some extraordinary classical offerings, Music in the Mountains is presenting “The Fab Four” tribute band, outdoors on the lawn at the Nevada County Fairgrounds on June 27.
“On the 50th anniversary of the Beatles landing in America, MIM presents ‘The best Beatles show in the world,’ according to the LA Times.” For each...
Editor’s note: Laura’s Law is getting attention on the front page of the L.A. Times. The article is here: “Almost as soon as Matthew Hoff turned 18 and aged out of the mental health programs he’d been enrolled in since … Continue reading →
Last week, I’d written about people who do not know boundaries and turn to nasty, harassing and intimidating tactics for kicks, rather than debating an issue intelligently. When Democrat Charlie Brown was running for Congress, a goat head was left … Continue reading →
This was Wynton Marsalis’ solo finale at the Veterans Memorial Building, thanks to The Center for the Arts last night. Wynton and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra rocked the house. When the Orchestra played the popular Kermit the Frog … Continue reading →
Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows have partnered with Sugar Bowl to give their passholders skiing privileges at Sugar Bowl and Royal Gorge Cross Country for the 2014-15 season. The partnership represents a new era as independent resorts continue to partner to offer incredible value for their season passholders.
The new partnership with Sugar Bowl gives...
With a Friday deadline looming, Dai Meagher announced he decided not to run for Treasurer, at least “at this time,” after plunking down the $1,218.71 filing fee (1 percent of the annual salary) and pulling papers earlier this week. I … Continue reading →
Last month, we wrote that diet and lifestyle has helped prepare Nevada City snowboarder Evan Strong to compete in the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. The family owns The Fix for Foodies in downtown Nevada City (some 6,700 miles from … Continue reading →
“Hi there, I’m a fan of your Sierra Foothills Report blog. I bought a house up in Grass Valley a couple of years ago and your blog is a great way to keep up with what’s going on,” acccording to … Continue reading →
After the local news ends, “Access Hollywood” begins. I’m not a big Hollywood fan, but I enjoy one of the hosts, “Billy” Bush. He challenges the Hollywood “good old boys,” long a sacred cow. For all too long, the media … Continue reading →