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- Gloves Not Drugs Boxing Show
published on Thu, 26 Mar 2015 07:00:00 GMT
Anthony Bailey speaks with Kelly Kappmeier of the Carlos Vieira Foundation about their Gloves Not Drugs boxing event coming up this Saturday in Livingston featuring Sugar Ray Leonard. A boxing legend will be making a stop in the north valley this weekend at the third annual "Gloves Not Drugs" boxing show in Livingston....
- EDITORIAL: Deter the deluded - raise ballot initiative fee
published on Tue, 24 Mar 2015 03:13:42 GMT
Arleen Marques of Livingston casts her ballot Tuesday, while poll worker Tyler Narisco makes sure the vote gets submitted correctly. June 3, 2014 Delusional causes are no strangers to California's initiative process....
- College Of St. Elizabeth Is Hosting Series On Holocaust And Armenian Genocide
published on Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:47:31 GMT
COLLEGE OF ST. ELIZABETH IS HOSTING SERIES ON HOLOCAUST AND ARMENIAN GENOCIDE 16:35, 20 Mar 2015 Siranush Ghazanchyan In a continuing series, the College of St. Elizabeth's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education will sponsor several events in April and May that are free and open to the public, all on the campus of the college at 2 Convent Station Road, off Madison Avenue in the Convent Station section of Morris Township....
- Second Saturday continues with 23 downtown Art Night locations
published on Fri, 13 Mar 2015 16:04:31 GMT
With 23 downtown Art Night locations, Saturday's event brings out musical talent and shines a bright light on outstanding visual artists of the Mother Lode region. "Every month we're more excited about the success and diverse quality of Art Night," said committee member Laurie Lehmann....
- Inverness Almanac combines the practical and the poetic
published on Thu, 12 Mar 2015 16:58:06 GMT
What week of the year should you plant spinach? When will California poppies bloom and pygmy nuthatches start nesting? What is it like to listen to the language of the natural world on a hike, to walk on Tomales Bay every morning for 20 years, to watch a deer die on the side of the road? What's the best way to make huckleberry pie? In the first edition of the Inverness Almanac, which arrived in town this week, you will find the answers to those questions. The almanac is focused on the landscape ...
- Calaveras County Makes the ACLU Hopping Mad
published on Sun, 01 Mar 2015 07:31:07 GMT
Calaveras County became famous 150 years ago when Mark Twain in 1865 penned the short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," which also became the title of Twain's very first book. Now, thanks to an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit, the county of 45,000 people situated in northern California's gold country may become famous for something else officials bucking the ACLU and standing for religious freedom in the public square....