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Sacramento Philharmonic has great deals for music lovers

The Sacramento Philharmonic kicks off its new season this September. If you’re a music lover, here’s what you need to know: Great seats New season ticket buyers can now purchase tickets for seats previously held by 2011-12 season ticket holders. Incentives for season ticket purchases include a 15 percent early-bird discount for a three-concert package […]

No Comment / July 22, 2012 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

EDH Crime Watch: July 11-18

Revenge July 11: A 51-year-old allegedly disgruntled employee reportedly stole property belonging to a Golden Foothill Parkway medical office. Taking the car July 11: A Tam O Shanter Drive resident reported a suspicious subject arriving to take possession of their arrested daughter’s vehicle. The vehicle was not released to the suspicious subject. Grand theft July 12: […]

No Comment / July 19, 2012 | Posted in Crime Watch | Read More »

The Reel deal

The Reel includes Curtis Van Winkle (electric guitar, background vocals), Kevin Balzer (electric guitar, background vocals), Cameron Stymeist (acoustic guitar, lead vocals), Christian Midthun (drums, cajon) and Jacob Ricketts (bass), left to right. The El Dorado County-based band recently won a Skype worldwide band competition. Courtesy photo

Making music is more than simply an appearance on stage, a lot of fans and popularity, according to the members of The Reel, a band with local roots that recently won the “Say it with Skype” worldwide band competition. “We’re living out our purpose through out music,” said Placerville native and lead singer Cameron Stymeist. […]

1 Comment / July 19, 2012 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Clarification on recent Grace Foundation stories

The July 11 story about the Grace Foundation’s lawsuit stated that legal documents recently uncovered by foundation representatives indicate that bank attorney Tim Ryan’s advice served his bank clients at the expense of the foundation. The statement was made by foundation Director Beth DeCaprio. Village Life did not review all the court records specifically. The […]

1 Comment / July 18, 2012 | Posted in News | Read More »

Farmers Market is gone

EDITOR: Congratulations to the merchants of Town Center in successfully replacing the Farmers Market with a Craft Faire while the sign still states “Farmers Market,” which it is not. Now we can all go else where to buy the fresh produce we thought we would find as usual. These were hard working farmers, many coming […]

No Comment / July 17, 2012 | Posted in Letters to the Editor | Read More »

Grace case heats up

The Grace Foundation’s recently filed lawsuit targeting Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank and Orange County attorney Tim Ryan was met with a counter-suit threat from Ryan, who told Village Life he’s days away from filing a claim for $5 million plus punitive damages for “trade libel” against foundation Director Beth DeCaprio, citing “grotesquely and verifiably factually […]

2 Comments / July 16, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

EDUHSD: Board studies up on transfer policy

In what El Dorado Union High School Superintendent Chris Hoffman characterized as “the start of the process,” his board of trustees held an open and substantive discussion of the district’s historically strict intra-transfer policies, with an eye to balancing enrollment across schools and providing more flexibility to families in school border areas. The board also […]

37 Comments / July 16, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »