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Good Medicine Plays At NF Pizza Factory

NORTH FORK – Tonight is the night to catch local favorite Good Medicine, playing their home-spun brand of music at the Pizza Factory in North Fork. Frank and Deb Sipes will be joined by Jeff Hallock, and perhaps drummer Mark Albosta, from 6 to 8 p.m. Good Medicine plays acoustic, modern folk rock, jam, blues, originals and covers. Their style ...

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Golden Chain Holds Auditions For Melodrama

OAKHURST – If you have aspirations toward the bright lights of Broadway, good luck. In the meantime, if you want to get involved with an established acting company right here in the foothills, now is the time to make your theatrical dreams come true. Auditions for the next Golden Chain Theater (GTC) melodrama are coming up, as the local group ...

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Raymond General Store Celebrates 100 Years

RAYMOND – The historic Raymond General is celebrating its 100th year in grand style. On Saturday, May 31, the Raymond General will host its huge 100 Year Jubilee that promises a free fun-filled day for the whole family. There’ll be endless fun for the kids, lots of trick classic cars, treasures bought and sold, and plenty of nostalgia with history ...

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Submit Your Artwork For Special License Plates

SACRAMENTO — California State Parks has launched an art contest aimed at seeking submissions from California artists for the department’s special interest license plate. The donated artwork for the special state parks license plate should be a full-plate design incorporating a California redwood tree and should not obscure the readability of the license plate. The artwork must be an original ...

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Song Of The Mounties At GCT

OAKHURST – Coming up is the last weekend to see the Golden Chain Theatre’s performance, “Song of the Mounties,” a student production of a melodrama, complete with dancing. GTC offers a true melodrama experience, where the audience can “boo and hiss” the evil villain and “cheer and sigh” for the poor heroine.

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Auditions For Fresno Ballet's "Nutcracker"

FRESNO – If visions of sugarplums dance in your child’s head, be sure to get them to the upcoming open auditions for “The Nutcracker.” Auditions for student roles in Fresno Ballet Theatre’s 2014 production of “The Nutcracker,” sponsored by Valley Performing Arts Council, will be held June 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the dance studio of the ...

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Young Mariposans: Start Composing

MARIPOSA COUNTY – Who hasn’t daydreamed of writing music – at the most humble level, of writing a pop song (perhaps) for a singer and a small band? Or for the more ambitious, a brief piece for stringed instruments or small chamber group? Or for the truly huge dreamers: of writing a work of true, full-blown orchestral art and having ...

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Players Square Off In Human Chess Match

NORTH FORK – Never let it be said that the folks in North Fork aren’t a creative lot. They will soon have a unique display of playful creativity, a chess match using human beings as pieces. The match will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 24, at the Mill Site. The game is being organized ...

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Coolwater Presents Peppino D'Agostino

AHWAHNEE – The next Coolwater Ranch concert is Saturday, May 31, at 8 p.m. and features world renowned guitarist Peppino D’Agostino. D’Agostino doesn’t just play the guitar. He composes, arranges, collaborates, improvises and has even been known to sing a song here and there in both English and Italian. But what he does create on the guitar makes the difference ...

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North Fork 7th Graders Present Silvalinda

NORTH FORK – The 7th grade class at the North Fork School has something special planned this year to raise money for their trip to Catalina. On Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3, they will present “Silvalinda,” an original, rollicking, song and dance fairy tale melodrama written by Terry Butler, and featuring a cast of characters ranging in age ...

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