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An ‘Affaire’ not to miss

DON'T MISS the El Dorado Hills Art & Wine Affaire on Mothers Day weekend. Courtesy photo

The eighth annual El Dorado Hills Art & Wine Affaire will be held Mother’s Day Weekend – May 7 & 8 in Town Center. Nearly 150 artists are expected to display at 2011’s event and more than 20 El Dorado County wineries will pour the best their cellars have to offer. Live entertainment is also on the schedule. Don’t miss […]

Comments Off / April 29, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Army Field Band salutes mothers

The internationally acclaimed United States Army Field Band of Washington, D.C., will continue its long history of presenting free public performances when it appears at Three Stages at Folsom Lake College at 2 p.m. on Mother’s Day Sunday, May 8. The concert is free; patrons wishing to attend need to reserve their tickets at threestages.net or […]

Comments Off / April 27, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Cal Auto Museum presents ‘The Politician and the Pop Princess’

The powder blue 1974 Plymouth Satellite used by California Gov. Edmund G. “Jerry” Brown during his first two terms in office (1975-1983) has long been a star attraction at the museum and now has been joined by a long-lost flame. The Politician and the Pop Princess features the famous Plymouth and a 1982 Porsche 911SC […]

Comments Off / April 26, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Time to sponsor a candidate for El Dorado Rose

For more than 30 years, El Dorado County has received not only local, but state and national recognition for the unusual and unique contest for mature women, the El Dorado Rose pageant. The woman chosen to be the Rose has the honor to represent the county at a variety of affairs during her year as […]

Comments Off / April 25, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment,News | Read More »

Folsom Symphony salutes America in ‘Land that I Love’

As a nation we have come a long way from our humble beginnings. More than two centuries later the “grand experiment” continues. Likewise, the Folsom Symphony has come a long way since its inception at the Folsom Lake Symphony Orchestra years ago. Concerts held in community churches and at local schools have become grand performances […]

Comments Off / April 25, 2011 | Posted in Spotlight Columns | Read More »

‘Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” at Capital Stage

A WAY OUT — Angel Cruz (Eric Aviles) and his lawyer (Amy Prosser) discuss the murder case against Cruz in Capital Stage's production of "Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train." Photo by Charr Crail

Capital Stage tackles salvation and redemption in its latest production, “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train” written by Stephen Adly Guirgis and directed by Stephanie Gularte. The play follows Angel Cruz. When he was a child, Angel believed that Jesus hopped the “A” train to save his life. Now he is in 23-hour lockdown on Rikers Island, […]

2 Comments / April 21, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

B Street explores passionate ‘first love story’

PASSION — Adam (Jason Kuykendall) and Eve (Lyndsy Kail) discover love in "Searching for Eden," showing at B Street Theatre. Courtesy photo

Buck Busfield directs B Street Theatre’s final main stage production this theater season, “Searching for Eden.” The play by James Still, partially adapted from short stories by Mark Twain, imaginatively recreates the world’s first love story of Adam and Eve. In “Searching for Eden” the play opens at the dawn of time in the Garden […]

Comments Off / April 21, 2011 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »