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Student learn the grim consequences of underage drinking

By Linda Holderness Village Life correspondent The statistics presented at the Town Hall Meeting on Underage Drinking at Oak Ridge High School were grim: Nearly 5,000 youths younger than 21 die each year because of alcohol, and nearly 2,000 of those deaths are the result of car accidents. More than one-third of all fatal crashes […]

Comments Off on Student learn the grim consequences of underage drinking / May 14, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Folsom Lake Symphony concert testifies to ‘Russian Romance’

There is a certain emotional appeal in Russian music. A tortured, bittersweet, triumph of the human spirit in vibrations that travel from a musical instrument to the human ear. A Slav who yearns for release. Invisible — even secret — until it communicates with the heart. In February Maestro Peter Jaffe and the Folsom Lake Symphony bring […]

Comments Off on Folsom Lake Symphony concert testifies to ‘Russian Romance’ / January 25, 2017 | Posted in Spotlight Columns | Read More »

Big Idea Theatre kicks off 10th season with ‘The Night Alive’

Kevin Adamski Big Idea Theatre Big Idea Theatre begins its 10th season, Find Your Voice, with the spellbinding drama, “The Night Alive” by Conor McPherson. “The Night Alive” opens Jan. 13 and runs through Feb. 11, taking a poignant look at the resilience of the human spirit and what it means to find the possibility of hope […]

Comments Off on Big Idea Theatre kicks off 10th season with ‘The Night Alive’ / January 11, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Women’s Fund scholarship applications available now

Since 2009 the Women’s Fund El Dorado Wickline Scholarship has assisted women who have had to postpone their educational goals for a variety of reasons, such as having children, illness or caring for a loved one. To date a total of $17,100 has been awarded to 14 deserving women. Women age 25 and older who […]

Comments Off on Women’s Fund scholarship applications available now / January 03, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Legion of Honor breaks out the Rodins

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco News release Marking the centenary of Auguste Rodin’s death in 1917, San Francisco’s Legion of Honor will present a completely new installation of its extraordinary Rodin holdings in Auguste Rodin: The Centenary Installation, exhibited Jan. 28 through Dec. 31. Approximately 50 objects in bronze, marble and plaster — all from […]

Comments Off on Legion of Honor breaks out the Rodins / December 28, 2016 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,Entertainment | Read More »

California Museum celebrates life with Día de los Muertos exhibit

In mere days we celebrate Halloween — also known as All Hallows Eve. It’s a fun, sometimes creepy holiday. But there’s more to this seasonal favorite than meets the eye. In the ancient Christian tradition All Hallows Eve is the vigil, or day before, All Saints Day — Nov. 1. The next day, Nov. 2, is […]

1 Comment / October 23, 2016 | Posted in Entertainment,Spotlight Columns | Read More »

Saying good-bye to a Clarksville treasure

El Dorado Hills lost a pioneer on Oct. 3 when Madeleine Petersen Mosely died peacefully in her home. Madeleine’s unique connection to El Dorado Hills — a place she never lived — is through the hardscrabble ranch hamlet Clarksville, which provided basic roadside amenities for travelers between Sacramento and Placerville from the Gold Rush into the 1960s. Now […]

1 Comment / October 19, 2016 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »



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