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Cameron Park Crime Watch: March 2016

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: March 2 3:17 p.m. Theft from an unlocked vehicle was reported on Cameron Park Drive. March 3 2:34 a.m. A residential burglary was reported on Fallen Leaf Road. 3 p.m. A 24-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of drug-related charges on Oxford Road. March 4 […]

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Grow for it! Gardening with a Mediterranean thumb

By Alice Cantelow UCCE Master Gardener of El Dorado County You’ve probably heard the term “Mediterranean climate” bandied about. Yes, that is the official name for the pattern of cool, wet (usually) winters and hot, dry summers found in our area below about 3,000 feet. But did you know just how rare our climate is? […]

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Bouquets to Art blooms at de Young

More than 125 of the Bay Area’s most innovative and sought after floral designers return to the de Young for Bouquets to Art 2016, the annual week-long exhibition in which local designers create spectacular works of floral art in response to pieces in the museum’s permanent collection and the architecture of the building. This year’s […]

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Langford-Clark and Blum star at California Stage

 Analise Langford-Clark and Jonathan Blum will shine in California Stage’s production of “Arlington.” A favorite with audiences in San Francisco and New York, California Stage now brings this provocative new chamber musical to Sacramento starting April 1. Bob Irvin also makes his California Stage directorial debut. Through Langford-Clark audiences meet Sara Jane, the seemingly sweet […]

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‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ arrives at STC

Legend has it that the Baskerville family has been cursed since Hugo Baskerville offered his soul to the devil and was killed by a spectral hound. The recently-deceased Sir Charles Baskerville believed in the curse and was apparently running from some foe when he died. Intrigued, the crime-solving duo Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate. […]

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New book tells the stories and celebrates the 10-county foothills region

Book: “Wineries of the Sierra Foothills: Risk-Takers and Rule-Breakers” Author: Barbara Keck Photographer: Johan Martin Publisher: Range of Light Media Group, 2016, 176 pages Available:[email protected] Ten counties, 280 wineries in the largest wine region in terms of acreage in the whole United States — that’s the Sierra Foothills. Barbara Keck’s newly released book, “Wineries of the Sierra Foothills: Risk-Takers […]

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Capital Stage Apprentice Company presents ‘Subculture’

Every year, Capital Stage, 2215 J St. in Sacramento, brings together a group of passionate and motivated students interested in gaining practical professional theater training. The apprenticeship program bridges the gap between academic theater and the professional world by immersing apprentices in classes, rehearsals, performances, projects and practical application of skills learned in technical production disciplines. […]

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