Summer Mini Nugget Fringe Festival is this weekend

You find yourself battered, bruised and broken from a head-on collision on your bicycle and all you want to do is take a bath but you can’t do it by yourself? What do you do? Well, if you’re performing artist Siobhan O’Loughlin, you ask a friend to bathe you. And then another friend. And another. […]

The Olive Groove launches Instagram photo contest and teams up with Polly’s Paladar

The Olive Groove is a proud sponsor of Polly’s Paladar and is thrilled to announce their products will be incorporated in Tropicali, a July 13 and 14 event. The store also is hosting an Instagram photo contest starting July 1. The winner will receive a $60 gift card eligible for in-store and online purchases. In […]

Music in the Mountains presents Patriotic Pops on July 3

Pack the family picnic basket, wave the flag, and honor America. Music in the Mountains (MIM) presents Patriotic Pops, the grand finale of SummerFest, Tuesday, July 3. The MIM Chorus and 65-piece Orchestra all come together in this rousing patriotic program to perform some of the greatest works of patriotic music including the finale of […]

California Arts Council holds public meeting in Nevada City on June 7

Nevada County Arts Council invites the community to a significant meeting on Thursday, June 7, at 10 a.m. The California Arts Council will hold one of its five annual public meetings here in Nevada County. Council Members – among them those appointed by Governor Jerry Brown – along with senior staff members including California Arts Council’s […]

Nugget Fringe Festival holds a Gratitude Dinner

 Twice a year, the Nugget Fringe Theater Festival offers an eclectic mix of cutting-edge performances on multiple stages in Grass Valley. This past winter, there were 40 different Fringe shows and 120 live performances.  On Saturday night, May 19, Nugget Fringe co-founders, Scott and Lois Ewing held a Gratitude Dinner for the top donors and […]

LeeAnn Brook Fine Art plans grand opening on June 1

After three years of operating her own gallery for the first time in downtown Nevada City, fine artist LeeAnn Brook has moved her gallery and expanded into a space double the size, and onto Broad Street. LeeAnn Brook Fine Art will continue the model of the original gallery, featuring Brook’s on-site studio where customers can […]

Sierra Master Chorale’s Spring Concert: “A feast of contrasts”

With a theme “a feast of contrasts” and classical music that spanned three centuries, we thoroughly enjoyed the Spring Concert of the Sierra Master Chorale and Orchestra on Sunday. It was one of their best performances, and this includes numerous holiday concerts and what we consider the group’s all-time best, “The Armed Man: A Mass […]

Pilot Peak and Stucki’s Phoenix Humidor team up for food, wine, cigars, jazz and chocolate on June 2

Come enjoy a very special night at the Peak! Pick out a fine cigar provided by Phoenix Cigars. Mayas Authentic Mexican catering will be serving gourmet dishes, along with fine chocolate and desserts, paired with awesome wines from Pilot Peak. To make the night even better, we will have jazz music and dancing. Reserve your spot […]

Raise a Glass: Foothills Brewfest on May 5, and Truckee Brew Fest on June 9

MUNICH OKTOBERFEST BEGAN with the celebration of a royal wedding in October 1810, and since then beer festivals have become popular worldwide. Examples include the Great American Beer Fest, the Keyaki Hiroba Spring Beer Festival, Mondial de la bière, and the Great British Beer Festival. Our region — with its burgeoning craft beer scene — […]

LeeAnn Brook, Kodo Arts present “Japanese Inspired” May 4-27

KODO ARTS JAPANESE ANTIQUES HOLDS its annual nine-day spring show and sale May 5-13 at its spacious antique warehouse in Nevada City. Earlier this year, Kodo Arts shipped a 40-ft. container from its warehouse in Kyoto, Japan, to Northern California, filled with furniture, home decor, stone lanterns, kimonos and more. For the first time, Kodo […]

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