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On the Scene: Don’t miss Aaron Ross’ CD release party tonight

I enjoyed the opening of the Sierra Storytelling Festival on the Ridge Friday night. The evening was extremely pleasant. Got to laugh and enjoy the company of friends. What a wonderful tradition this festival is.

Get thyself to the Aaron Ross CD release party tonight. This guy is hot and is charting, so we might be seeing a blockbuster record coming out of our very own Grass Valley!

More winners: “P.O.V.” (Point Of View), now in its 20th season on PBS, has received four news and documentary Emmy nominations. That station led the pack this year with 22 nominations, more than any other broadcast or cable network. I’m happy because PBS is the station I watch 98 percent of my TV viewing time.



Folks have reported something called hippie dancing in front of the bandshell at Pioneer Park in Nevada City on Mondays, around 7 to 9 p.m.

Just went on a Web site that is most interesting: http://www.syntheticunlimited.org. If I said “Jimmy McCammon,” would that name ring a bell? He’s part of this organization, based in Grass Valley, which says it “provides volunteer services, independent artist networking and technical consultations to individuals in the Nevada County area … offering workshops and technical consultations to professional organizations who seek to access the local artistic community and provide creative projects for community members to enjoy.” Sound good? E-mail them at office@syntheticunlimited.org.




How about this from Will Rogers: “We could certainly slow the aging process down if it had to work its way through Congress.” Amen.

-Pam Jung, pjung@theunion.com; (530) 477-4232


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