- Sacramento County
- Placer County
- Yolo County
- El Dorado County
￼EACH JANUARY, THE FOOTHILLS HOSTS one of the nation’s premier environmental film festivals. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, presented by the South Yuba River Citizens League, draws top filmmakers, celebrities, leading activists and world adventurers to Nevada City and Grass Valley.
The 12th annual festival takes place Thurs.-Sun., January 9-12, largely at historic venues...
“We’re all baking brownies again.” In the popular book Homeward Bound, author Emily Matchar writes about “new domesticity”—our longing for the old-fashioned, the homemade, the authentic.
Nowhere is it more prevalent than in our food culture, which often leads to more time in the kitchen (for both genders). “The motivations behind New Domesticity are varied:...
The Paleo Diet — also known as the Caveman or Stone-Age diet — was the most searched-for diet of the year on Google, thanks to its growing popularity among both mainstream eaters and bodybuilders and CrossFitters alike.
Centered on commonly available modern foods, the contemporary “Paleolithic diet” consists mainly of fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats,...
Stephen Sondheim’s landmark musical comedy “Company”, J.M. Barrie’s original version of the classic “Peter Pan” and the long-running Off Broadway musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” make up the three shows in Sierra Stages 6th Season beginning in February 2014.
In addition, the nonprofit local theatre group will present David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play...
This January, SYRCL’s (South Yuba River Citizens League) 12th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival returns with another incredible selection of films to change your world. Each year, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival draws top filmmakers, celebrities, leading activists, social innovators and well-known world adventurers to the historic downtowns of Nevada City...
California Gold Country, including Nevada City, was named as a top 10 travel destination by Lonely Planet for 2012. “Towns that ooze century-old ambience are strung out like throw-back pearls along Hwy 49,” the popular travel guide wrote.
This year, Yosemite was ranked #2 on Lonely Planet’s list. The Central Coast also made the list.