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‘Jeopardy’ singer coming to Folsom

1980’s music icon Greg Kihn and his band will perform in Folsom at the Powerhouse Pub on April 22. Kihn is fondly remembered for his two catchy, chart-topping hits — “The Breakup Song (They Don’t Write ‘Em) in 1981 and the 1983 smash single, “Jeopardy,” which charted No. 2 on the Billboard Top 100. First […]

Broadway Sacramento hosting four premieres next season

Matt Hessburg California Musical Theatre announced the 2017-18 Broadway Sacramento season at the Community Center Theater, featuring four shows not previously presented and two favorites of Broadway Sacramento audiences. The season features Sacramento premieres of “Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” “Something Rotten!,” “Finding Neverland” and “An American in Paris.” Returning shows are “The Book of […]

Auditor questions consultant contract process

Consultants hired by El Dorado County are not making disclosures of their financial interests as required by state law, according to a letter El Dorado County Auditor-Controller Joe Harn recently sent to the Board of Supervisors. In the letter Harn urges the county to take corrective action. “I have reached the conclusion that the county is not […]

Volunteers needed to clean up state parks

On Saturday, April 22, 40 state parks across California will be the focus of California State Parks Foundation’s 19th Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup presented by Pacific Gas and Electric Company. More than 4,000 volunteers are needed to help with environmental improvement projects statewide. California’s state parks receive great benefits from the work completed by […]

Arts Council to host Ikebana International for illuminating demonstration

PLACERVILLE — El Dorado Arts Council complements its exhibition Tea/Silk/Gold: The Enduring Legacy of America’s First Japanese Colony with an Ikebana demonstration at the historic Fausel House. The Arts Council will organize the event in collaboration with Ikebana International, Sacramento Chapter 26, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 22. The demonstration is free and open […]

Walk, run for Mito Kids

Hundreds are expected to lace up for the Help Mito Kids 5k Walk/Run in El Dorado Hills Town Center on Saturday, April 22, and there’s plenty of room for more. Help Mito Kids is a family run organization dedicated to spreading awareness about and raising money for the life-threatening genetic disorder Mitochondrial disease. It was […]

Hands4Hope offers summer camp scholarships

Hands4Hope is now accepting applications from students who wish to receive a partial or full-paid scholarship to a 2017 summer camp of their choice. These scholarships are made possible through the Ryan Christopher Hersh Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides youth, whose families face financial struggles, with the opportunity to attend the summer camp of their choosing to […]

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