Living

Rocklin’s thirsty for 7th annual ‘Brewfest’

One of the region’s most popular fundraising events is coming to Rocklin on June 6. After seeing a large turnout last year, the South Placer Rotary Club’s 7th annual B ...

Boneshaker chefs break through Rocklin's chains

Only a few wooden skeletons remain from Rocklin’s breakneck life as a quarry town, but walking into Boneshaker Brewery on Granite Drive, the weathered lumber and naked barn p ...

Rocklin’s Rockland Music re-opens after co-owner’s death

Rockland Music on Pacific Street will be re-opening in the wake of co-owner Beth Morin’s recent passing. Morin owned the store with her husband, Van Morin. The two had been m ...

Rocklin artists standout on trek

Art lovers got their fill of creativity on April 25 and 26 during the 9th Anniversary of South Placer County’s Art Studio Trek. The event featured 17 different artists from R ...

Travel: Maui vacation provides journey into paradise

In the faint morning light, waves can be seen crashing in the distance as a gorgeous sunrise is beginning to surface, signifying the start of another magnificent day in Maui, where ...

Rocklin artist looks to paint the public imagination with show

Rocklin artist Gayle Rappaport-Weiland is a veteran of channeling her creative vision into flaming florals and mesmerizing abstracts; and for two years now she’s been using t ...

Reaching a milli-stone – plus 200

Broadcast No. 1,200 was the milestone recently attained by the voice of Sierra College sports, sports information director and public announcer Matt Folsom. “It doesn’ ...

Rocklin student musicians hit the golden notes in Anaheim

The Spring View Middle School Honor Band, Jazz Band, Choir, and Orchestra recently returned from a trip to Anaheim, where the groups competed in the Worldstrides Heritage Performan ...

Rocklin’s theater scene heats up with ‘Steel Magnolias’

South Placer’s theater scene is alive and kicking, and now a cavalcade of college students is trying to prove that Rocklin can be a major player on that stage. The theater ...

Rocklin singer-song writer looks to shake area with ‘California vibes’

Jeanette Hawkins may be a young songwriter, but her time spent in a bleaker part of the world has left an enduring belief in music’s power to heal the spirit. Now, as she mak ...

Rocklin's upcoming events

Thursday, April 2 Happy Hour with the Chamber’s Ignite Young Professionals at Paul Martin’s American Grill, 1455 Eureka Road, Suite 100 in Roseville. Free. Info: (916) ...

Rocklin High brings ‘Clue’ to the mystery of the stage

Inspired by the timeless board game, Rocklin High School’s theater students are bringing a comedic convoy of sleuthing to the stage with their rendition of “Clue.&rdquo ...

Rocklin to see Vocal Jazz Singers Friday night

On Friday, April 10 the Sierra College Music Department will host its Vocal Jazz Recital. Audience members will get to see the range and versility of Sierra’s Jazz Voices an ...

Oskari was a bridge between Rocklin and Finland independence

Eighteen-year-old Oskari Tokoi left Russian-ruled Finland and came to New York in 1891. He was one of 350,000 Finns who came to America escaping Finland’s harsh politica ...

Rocklin’s Ridley Gallery to host ‘Pass the Baton’

The Blue Line Arts Gallery is partnering with Rocklin’s Ridley Gallery to host a special three-week ceramic exhibit called “Passing the Baton” in April. Represen ...