Living

Rocklin’s PlacerArts hosts annual Autumn Studios Tour

Talent and experience are why collectors continue to seek out Rocklin artists Connie Omans and Gayle Rappaport–Weiland during the PlacerArts annual Autumn Studios Tour.  ...

Media Life: Reporter’s-eye view was up close on day Mike Davis died

  It was a barrage of shots that crackled through a quiet residential area of Auburn. It  was a barrage of shots that continue to reverberate in the local and national ...

Roseville’s Stone House has a dark legacy

Many cities have their own urban legends or folklore about haunted cemeteries or old, abandoned houses; and while such stories are often conjured by partial truths and overactive i ...

The Dance Gallery 2 kicks off fall with long-awaited studio opening in Roseville

After three long years of anticipation, The Dance Gallery 2 is opening its new, state-of-the-art performing facility. The grand opening event will also coincide with the dance troo ...

Historical Society brings California architecture expert to Rocklin

Few architects have left a more enduring legacy on the look of California than Julia Morgan, whose work between 1904 and 1950 created some the Golden State’s most memorable b ...

Callson Manor brings Hollywood-style horror to Roseville

Roseville’s Callson Manor – an annual Halloween attraction at the Placer County Fairgrounds – is finishing up its longest business week of the season this Friday. ...

Rocklin High brings ‘Ever After’ to the stage

Rocklin High School is striving to wow local audiences with a charming and exciting retelling of the Cinderella story entitled “Ever After.” The production includes a r ...

Metonym emerges as Rocklin’s cutting edge literary journal

If Franz Kafka was right about literature being “the axe for the frozen sea within us,” then a young platoon of believers is doing their part to shatter the ice — ...

Café’s anti-trafficking aim resonates with Rocklin’s youth

Freedom is not a universal guarantee, human trafficking happens everywhere. Last year, federal authorities broke up a major ring of forced slavery in nearby San Joaquin County. Wi ...

Rocklin author Guy Spitzer hosts signing at Barnes & Noble

Written under the pen name Tyler Spence, Rocklin resident Guy Spitzer has a new coming of age novel called Platforms — a work of fiction inspired by real characters and actua ...