Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine The publisher of Sierra FoodWineArt is Jeff Pelline, whose award winning 30-year journalism career includes editing and management positions at the San Francisco Chronicle, CNET (since sold to CBS for $2 billion) and The Union in Grass Valley. Jeff's work also has been published in the New York Times, Time magazine and the Chicago Tribune. When Jeff was Editor of CNET News, the publication won a prestigious National Magazine Award.

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Historic Tahoe ranch visited by Robin Williams, Jay Leno for sale for record $98 million

Historic Tahoe ranch visited by Robin Williams, Jay Leno for sale for record $98 million

Shakespeare Ranch is a 133-acre landmark Tahoe lakefront ranch now offered for sale for only the second time in history since 1861. Shakespeare Ranch combines vistas as grand as Montana and Wyoming range lands with nearby ski resorts steeped in Olympic heritage to rival Aspen and Vail, a lakeside golf course more intimate than...

Nevada Union High’s prestigious dance program presents “Poetry in Motion” February 5-7

Nevada Union High’s prestigious dance program presents “Poetry in Motion” February 5-7

Nevada Union High School’s Theatrical Dance Program presents the 14th annual Student Choreography Showcase on Thursday, February 5 at 7 p.m., Friday, February 6 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, February 7 at 2 p.m. at the Don Baggett Theatre, located at 11761 Ridge Road, Grass Valley. Thirteen years ago, N.U. Dance Teacher Courtney Wadman...

Nevada County’s first creamery store to open in late spring

Nevada County’s first creamery store to open in late spring

Wheyward Girl Creamery plans to open in late spring, making it the first creamery to open as a store in Nevada County in recent memory. Artisan cheese is a big trend. Examples include Shaft’s Cheese in Roseville, Cowgirl Creamery at Point Reyes Station and stalwarts such as Vella Cheese in Sonoma. In Nevada County, Tess’...

Food meets wine: Tess’ Chef’s Table and Solune Winegrowers

Food meets wine: Tess’ Chef’s Table and Solune Winegrowers

FOOD AND WINE ARE ageless companions, and two masters of marrying the two in a sophisticated yet approachable style are accomplished locals. Meet Tess’ Kitchen Store in-house chef Alan Tangren, who worked at the venerable Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley for 22 years, and Solune Winegrowers’ owner-winemaker Jacques Mercier, an experienced vintner who has judged...

A timelapse view of Truckee called “On Truckee Time”

Coming soon – “On Truckee Time” – a timelapse view of beautiful Truckee like you have never seen it before, from Grant Kaye. On Truckee Time is a timelapse short film showcasing the scenery and natural splendor of Truckee, California including: Prosser, Donner Lake, Donner Summit, Boca, Castle Peak, Martis Valley, Downtown Truckee, and many...

Celebrities praise Nevada County restaurants

Celebrities praise Nevada County restaurants

WHEN HE WAS GOVERNOR THE FIRST time, Jerry Brown and singer Linda Ronstadt would eat at The Willo Steakhouse, a Nevada County institution on historic Hwy. 49. The Willo has served more than 1 million choice New York steaks, carefully aged and cut daily. Comedian Andy Samberg also is a regular diner in our region....

Fall 2014

Fall 2014


Art award winners at 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Art award winners at 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Here are the winning artists for the 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival art exhibit. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival partnered with Nevada County Arts for the fourth year in an effort to increase awareness of the intersection between arts and the environment. Local and regional artists submitted their environmental artwork for possible inclusion...

A visit to DANK at Osborn/Woods in the Miners Foundry in Nevada City

Jan 16, 2015
A visit to DANK at Osborn/Woods in the Miners Foundry in Nevada City

We were excited to visit the new DANK at Osborn/Woods gallery at Miners Foundry Cultural Center in Nevada City on Friday. The gallery is debuting at the 13th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival. The new visual arts space on Spring Street in the historic downtown is freshly painted, bright and airy, and bathed...

Bear Yuba Land Trust and SYRCL announce winner of “Pick up the Poop” sign contest

Bear Yuba Land Trust and SYRCL announce winner of “Pick up the Poop” sign contest

After seven months of nail biting, the panel of judges from Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) and South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) is pleased to announce Zoe Murkovich, who is 9 years old, is the winner of the much anticipated ‘Pick up the Poop’ sign contest. The winning artwork will be made into signs...

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