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Whitney High gets shaking with 'All Shook Up'

Whitney High School’s musical theater presents “All Shook Up” between Feb. 26 and March 11.  Featuring the songs of Elvis Presley, the play is set in 1955 in ...

Rocklin High brings ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to the stage

Rocklin High School’s music and theater students are presenting a rendition of the classic tale “Beauty and the Beast” between now and Feb. 21.The school invites ...

Rocklin resident preps for 100th birthday party

Rocklin resident Georgia Miller is gearing up to celebrate her 100th birthday on Feb. 14. According to Casa De Santa Fe, where Miller lives, she was born and raised in Watsonville ...

Submissions being accepted for Rockln’s Snowflake art show

The Rocklin Fine Arts Group is inviting area artists to enter the annual Snowflake Art Show that runs between Feb. 28 to March 1. The show will be held at the Rocklin Events Center ...

Drought and sculpture collide in February at Ridley Gallery

Between now and Feb. 19 the Ridley Gallery at Sierra College will be hosting its exhibit, Invented Abundance, featuring the sculptures of Mollie Oblinger. A reception will be held ...

Teacher shares Rocklin history

Nancy Lohse is preserving Rocklin’s history – one student at a time. A resident of Rocklin for 38 years, the retired teacher delights in sharing stories of Rocklin&rsqu ...

Historic author to give talk in Rocklin

The Rocklin History Series continues on Feb. 22 with a live presentation by historian Kathy Smith, co-author of “The Sage of Smarsville: the collected stories of George Rigby ...

Sierra College students launch new art exhibit

A new art show will be on display until Feb. 7 highlighting the work of Sierra College students who have won scholarships for their excellence and dedication. The exhibit ...

Loomis/Rocklin Rotary celebrates 50th anniversary

Although the Loomis/Rocklin Rotary Club will continue to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2015, they have no intention of limiting the festivities to one event, according to club ...

Rocklin’s book club keeps life interesting between the pages

It’s a Thursday afternoon and a group of women files into the clean, open dimensions of a room at the Rocklin Library. Each holds a copy of Zora Neale Hurston’s “ ...

Rocklin’s 1900 double-murder remains jarring

In 1900, Rocklin’s granite quarries had survived the economic depression of the mid-1890s and were busy shipping stone for many of Northern California’s monumental buil ...

Rocklin’s Anatolian Table continues to bridge far-off traditions

Turkey is a land where intriguing conversations and warm hospitality reign supreme, and a couple who grew up with that way of life have been sharing it with Rocklin through cuisine ...

Looking back: Rocklin’s legacy was founded in Granite

Downtown Rocklin is astride a 100-square-mile belt of high quality and easily accessible granite that extends from Folsom to Lincoln. Assisted by easy access to rail shipping, gran ...

Roseville’s Cibo 7 breaks the ‘stay away’ factor on fine dining

For food lovers unfamiliar with the term “rustic fine dining,” the new Cibo 7 is hoping to burn those words into the region’s culinary consciousness.   ...

Rocklin's Boneshaker brews new project in Lincoln

It’s been a busy year for the Rocklin-based “Boneshaker” brand, as it expanded in April into a new restaurant and brewery and will expand again next month into sp ...