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On the Scene: Sept. 4, 2008

Did you rock out to Buck Love and the Humperheads last Thursday, the final Thursday Night Marketplace? I’m sorry to see this iconic event of summer fun go.

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Any “burners” want to share their experiences playing on the playa last week? E-mail me about it, please.



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As If Studios on Idaho Maryland in Grass Valley has announced its Fall “3D” program – a smorgasbord of all things clay. The painting, drawing & printmaking program is coming soon. Contact Amanda at amanda_paoletti@yahoo.com.




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Lu Mellado is putting out the word: If the online Women’s Writing Salon is to continue it needs a new editor. If that appeals to you, contact him at info@nevadacountyartscouncil.org or call 265-2962.

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The circus is coming to town, Sacramento that is, from Sept. 11-14. And it’s the real thing: The Greatest Show on Earth. Tickets (from $14 to $23) for this Arco Arena extravaganza may be ordered online at http://www.Ringling.com and by phone at (916) 649-8497.

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Maggie McKaig sent out a mass e-mailing that told about her performance schedule, especially of her band’s (Storm Session) gig in San Francisco at the Plough and Stars on Clement Street this Friday. Know anyone there? Her e-mail is maggie.mckaig@gmail.com.

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This from the Mensa List 2008: Reintarnation – Coming back to life as a hillbilly.

To contact Prospector Editor Pam Jung, e-mail pjung@theunion.com or call (530) 477-4232.


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