Recent Stories in Entertainment

Down the rabbit hole: PAG puts its stamp on classic tale (1)

July 19, 2014 — 

Not one Alice, not two Alices, but three Alices will share in the delightfully confusing romp through Wonderland this weekend as the Performing Arts Guild opens its latest production. “Alices …

Read more »

Youngs One offers free digital magazine (2)

July 19, 2014 — 

Youngs Carpet One Floor & Home announced this week that the new issue of its digital magazine — Beautiful Design Made Simple — is available for download. This free issue …

Read more »

CATS screens Asian Pacific American experience series (3)

July 19, 2014 — 

Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra, as part of its Cultural Enrichment Series this summer, will present a sequence of award-winning documentaries by the Center for Educational Telecommunications, Inc. They …

Read more »

Worth the drive: Marysville plays host to Peach Festival today (4)

July 19, 2014 — 

Attended by nearly 30,000 people every year, the Marysville Peach Festival is a free two-day street fair that has become a popular event known throughout the state. The 15th annual …

Read more »

Wheels: Long-term Triumph affair (5)

July 18, 2014 — 

Ron Coleman’s 1974 Triumph TR6 is a rare car. British Leyland exported more than 11,000 TR6’s to America that year, so that’s not what makes it rare. Although French Blue …

Read more »

Vaccinations: Should you or shouldn’t you? (6)

July 18, 2014 — 

There’s a major controversy brewing, and it has a lot of people on both sides of the issue pretty hot and bothered. No, I’m not talking about whether to hang …

Read more »

Furry Furry Night to raise funds for animals (7)

July 18, 2014 — 

Each year, AnimalSave hosts an auction to help cover costs of the programs it offers. In the past, the fundraiser was held in November under the name “Santa Paws.” This …

Read more »

COMMENTARY: Tyler Foote Finds: A Compendium of My Ignorance now on view (8)

July 17, 2014 — 

“Tyler Foote Finds: A Compendium of My Ignorance,” now on view at The DANK Inaugural in Nevada City, is a two-year collaboration with my dog, a mixed-breed terrier puppy rescued …

Read more »

Vet tips: Curbing your pet’s shedding (9)

July 17, 2014 — 

Are there ways to prevent my animal from shedding so much? If not, can I curb it? Shedding is the normal process of hairs being replaced by new ones. There …

Read more »

Mariee Sioux to share local stage with Nashville stand-outs (10)

July 17, 2014 — 

The Center for the Arts Discover Series brings an evening of singer/songwriters featuring Nevada City native Mariee Sioux, pop duo Wisewater and folksinger Lauren Shera Friday to the Off Center …

Read more »

Dammed if you do; Dammed if you don’t (11)

July 17, 2014 — 

Editor’s Note: The following review is about a film presented by SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizens League) and American Rivers as a fundraiser at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Nevada …

Read more »

Utah’s KVMR radio series inspires documentary film project (12)

July 17, 2014 — 

A four-part film documentary on labor and activism will feature the late Nevada City folksinger/storyteller U. Utah Phillips as narrator, using excerpts from his national radio series, “Loafer’s Glory.” Film …

Read more »

‘Peter Pan’ is a worthy production (13)

July 17, 2014 — 

“Peter Pan” is a classic work that every child should see at least once--not as an animated version nor a movie, but live on stage. Sierra Stages’ current production of …

Read more »

Discover the “words and music” of Dupra and Grammer (14)

July 17, 2014 — 

Long familiar to patrons and participants of the “words and music” open mics at Nevada City’s Broad Street Bistro, Jeffrey Wanzer Dupra [pronounced doo-PRAY] and Leland Grammer will bring their …

Read more »

Children’s Festival set to transform Pioneer Park again (15)

July 17, 2014 — 

The Children’s Festival returns Friday to Pioneer Park in Nevada City. The park will be transformed into a lively Renaissance Faire for children with more than 20 arts and crafts …

Read more »

CATS to screen documentary series (16)

July 17, 2014 — 

I was only two days into my job as features editor when I got a call from Jeannie Wood, executive director of the Community Asian Theatre of the Sierra, asking …

Read more »

‘The Secret Garden’ opens Friday (17)

July 17, 2014 — 

Quest Theaterworks will open its outdoor production of “The Secret Garden” Friday at the Burton Homestead in Nevada City. The play, is based on the classic novel by Frances Hodgson …

Read more »

Throwback next Thursday with ‘80s punk rockers X (18)

July 17, 2014 — 

Seminal Los Angeles punk quartet X, including all the original members, will bring the band’s first-ever acoustic tour to Grass Valley July 24. In a concert presented by the Center …

Read more »

Pegi Young to perform in Nevada City Saturday (19)

July 17, 2014 — 

Singer-Songwriter and wife of Neil Young, Pegi Young is set to take the stage Saturday with her band the Survivors at The Stonehouse. The well-loved songstress and her band, which …

Read more »

Storytelling takes center stage (20)

July 17, 2014 — 

E-books, iPads, and a preponderance of electronics have undoubtedly taken some of the magic out of entertainment and human interaction, but this weekend the Sierra Storytelling Festival puts the spotlight …

Read more »
View 20 More Stories in Entertainment »
Back to Top