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‘Pirates’ command Sacramento Theatre stage

“The Pirates of Penzance,” one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular works, makes its debut on Saturday, April 25, as part of Sacramento Theatre Company’s upcoming Season of Legends, Epics and Icons. The comic operetta first premiered in New York City in 1879, where it was widely-received by both audiences and critics. The Joseph Papp […]

Consumer alert: California newspaper subscription scam

SAN FRANCISCO — Attorney General Kamala D. Harris issued a consumer alert to Californians regarding a scam involving fake newspaper subscription mailings. Individuals throughout California have recently received deceptive mailings that claim to be bills, invoices or renewal notices for newspaper subscriptions. The mailings may appear to be legitimate renewal notices from a local newspaper, […]

California Musical Theater celebrates Hollywood

With Hollywood award season upon us, California Musical Theater celebrates Hollywood with a three-show subscription package to Broadway Sacramento featuring three stage musicals based on legendary motion pictures: “9 to 5” (March 9-20), Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein” (April 13-24) and “Mary Poppins” (June 2-19). The three-show “Screen to Stage” subscription package is available exclusively from […]

Capital Stage Company anniversary season opens

Capital Stage Company celebrates its landmark 10th anniversary season: “Moving Between Worlds: Exploring the Ever-changing Human Landscape,” with a season of plays that capture the company’s bold, thought-provoking aesthetic. The season features a mix of styles and genres, all meant to encourage dialogue between performers and audience and keep patrons thinking and discussing long after they […]

2014 Jeep Patriot, a real Jeep

Most everyone knows the birth of this legendary brand. It was the vehicle of choice for General Patton in World War II. A rugged, do-anything, go-anywhere vehicle that Five Star General  of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower praised time and again saying, “The Jeep, the Dakota (DC-3) and the Landing Craft were the three tools […]

Change is good

If anyone needs proof that things change in Placerville, they should take a look at the new digs for Precision Eyecare at 118 Main St. What was previously an abandoned gas station is now a two-story upscale building with beautiful landscaping out front. And in the finest tradition of Placerville the optometrist is living above […]

‘Draining the World Dry’ by Danay Nipar

We use water when we take showers in the morning, to wash the slumber from our eyes. We use it to wash our hands of the gritty dirt after gardening in humid soil. We use it to hydrate us after a long run. The bottom line is we use water to sustain us and our […]

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Second season: Expanded program at Three Stages

Three Stages put its roots firmly down as the region’s performing and visual arts center on Feb. 4, 2011, and has blossomed into a venue that hosts performers from around the world and is home to a growing number of regional artistic organizations. The $50 million facility at Folsom Lake College is known for the […]

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Mondavi Center announces season line-up

The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis recently announced a 2011-12 season filled with an eclectic mix of music, dance and more. The Center’s 10th season runs from Sept. 30, to May 19, 2012, and includes a U.S. premiere. “Our goal is to give audiences in the Sacramento region a […]

Supervisors OK waste service increases in South County

Democrat staff writer Nearly 2,000 South County residents will begin paying 15 percent more for their trash removal starting July 1. El Dorado County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the rate hike requested by Amador Disposal Service. Under the terms of the countyÕs franchise agreement with Waste Connections of California – the parent company […]

Mondavi Center announces an exciting 2010-11 season

DAVIS Ñ The 2010Ð11 season of performances at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, University of California, Davis will include a rich mix of audience favorites and compelling newcomers, said Mondavi CenterÕs Executive Director Don Roth in announcing the CenterÕs ninth season. The upcoming season includes 93 concerts and lectures, beginning […]

Music Circus announces season

California Musical Theater Executive Producer Richard Lewis has announced the line-up of shows for the 60th summer season of Sacramento Music Circus, AmericaÕs Theatre-in-the-Round. The seven-show season will include the Music Circus premieres of ÒSpamalot,Ó ÒDirty Rotten ScoundrelsÓ and ÒThe Marvelous WonderettesÓ and new stagings of ÒOklahoma,Ó ÒJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,Ó Ò42nd StreetÓ […]


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Auditor, DA, Pioneer Fire named in lawsuit

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Fire blight attacking local trees

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King Fire restoration project Draft EIS released

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Memorial Day Ceremony somber and celebratory

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Green Valley Rd. to close for six weeks

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Delays will affect Ice House Road

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Heard over the back fence: Super Hero party

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Charles Krauthammer: You want hypotheticals? Here’s one

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My turn: Let’s talk about water rates

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$20 million county budget deficit

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County IT staff jet off to techie convention

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A disguised diatribe against logging

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Saving Prop. 13

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Outside with Charlie: Openings

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Waldron gets save at Raley Field

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Mefford dual winner at CIF meet

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Soaring high with Leah Bertuccelli

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This steeplechase challenges the mind

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Fun summer camps at Cedar Springs Waldorf

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At a glance: Sticking together

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The price was right for Nora Roehr

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Grow For It! Edible flowers

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EDH senior center classes

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Crime Log: April 30-May 4

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Building permits: May 18-22

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Paul E. Nesbitt

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Speed Bump

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