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Chefs and mixologists share 2017 trends

Pork belly and kale, move over for micro-desserts, cooking on wood and an emphasis on plants and sustainability. With the arrival of 2017 some chefs and mixologists weigh in with their thoughts on what food and beverage trends will gain traction and what trends they’d like to see relegated to the compost bin. Here are […]

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Message from the GM: Aug. 2016

Have you visited the revised Cameron Park Community Services District website? Check out cameronpark.org for the latest information on events, classes and surveys. Don’t forget to tell us what you love about our parks or share an idea. Fill out the park survey now and get an automatic entry to win a prize. See the […]

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Bright ideas inspire upcoming Mondavi season

Rob Tocalino Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts The Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at the University of California, Davis has lined up talent for their upcoming season that has filled their 2016-17 calendar with the leading artists in music, dance and theater. The season also includes a series of compelling speakers. The […]

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The arts spring to life at Sacramento State

Classic art portraits transformed into three-D masks, the return of a renowned music concert series, a festival of all things arts and the greatest scam ever to hit Broadway — all are part of California State University, Sacramento’s Arts Experience for Spring 2016. Festival events Festival of the Arts tickets, where required, are available at […]

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Three Stages opens full, exciting season

The first full season of Three Stages at Folsom Lake College builds on the success of the regional performing arts center’s spring productions. The $50 million arts venue opened on Feb. 11, 2011, with “A Chorus Line” and continued with a wide variety of performances that attracted 40,000 patrons shelling out more than than $1 […]

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