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Bella Talloni revives the sole

If a new pair of shoes can lift spirits then a visit to Bella Talloni is just where everyone should go to add some spring to their steps. The boutique in the Montano de El Dorado shopping center has something for everyone, owner Lin Stommel boasted, “and our prices are competitive.” Bella Talloni’s selection will […]

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TaxWise takes the fear out of taxes

With a staff of five, TaxWise handles more than 500 tax returns every year on top of providing top-notch accounting and bookkeeping services. Bob Wellman, MBA, said his business’ focus is to help people develop a solid financial plan. The experts at TaxWise offer CPA services (providing financial reports, setting up trusts, corporations and partnerships, […]

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Happy staff = happy clients at Massage Envy

Never underestimate the power of massage. Danny and Laurie Vaqueiro, owners of Massage Envy in El Dorado Hills Town Center know how a great massage can make you feel. That’s why they employ the best certified massage therapists and do everything they can to help their staff make clients’ experiences the best possible. “We want […]

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Robertson’s hit lifts D’backs over Troy

EL DORADO — Mickaela Robertson’s two-out single through the right side in the bottom of the ninth inning last week scored Christina Auger from third base, giving host Union Mine the 6-5 nonleague victory over Oak Ridge. Robertson’s heroics came an at bat after Auger had tripled. Auger had her own heroics two innings earlier […]

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‘Shadow Hour’ Sometimes we make our own truth. Sometimes it is made for us.

The €œjury€ (Jerold McFatter, Diana Evans, Jeanette Hall, Cameron Johnson, Laure Olson, Katie Pratt, and Chris Lamb) gets an insight into the events of the evening between Senator Martin (Alan Pontes) and Christy (Alicia Thayer), but whose insight? Which version of what happened is the real version? Photo by Kris Hunt

Nothing is black and white in Ralph Tropf’s brilliant courtroom drama “Shadow Hour” opening Friday, April 13, at 8 p.m. at The Studio Theatre. Christy Connelly (Alicia Thayer) has accused Sen. Adam Martin (Alan Pontes) of sexual harassment. But events and memories don’t necessarily match up as more and more people get involved in the events […]

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Camera club shoots in the dark

On Thursday April 19, the El Dorado Camera Club will host Pedro Perez, a photography teacher with Sacramento City College, who will speak on night photography. The 7 p.m. lecture is free, open to the public and will be held at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive. The class will photograph the […]

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Backyard chicken advocate proposes Ridgeview CC&R changes

Chicken man — Roger Taylor loves his hens, so much so that he’s trying to amend his Ridgeview Village 8 CC&Rs to allow them. Taylor, a Master Gardener, touts the health benefits of eating out of his organic garden, which also houses his eight happy hens. The CSD’s CC&R subcommittee gave him six months to get three fourths of his neighbors to sign off on his proposed amendment. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Roger Taylor wants chickens allowed in El Dorado Hills back yards, and not just on the grill. He proposes softening rules that currently prohibit the fryer-friendly fowl, citing successful backyard chicken ordinances in exurban communities throughout the state, including the upscale enclaves Orinda, Walnut Creek and Danville. Taylor, 67, is a retired dentist, a successful real estate investor […]

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