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TC Symphony brings ‘Spring,’ ‘Blue’ string

In honor of the hundredth anniversary of Stravinsky’s modern classical masterpiece “The Rite of Spring,” the Tulare County Symphony will perform it as part of its concert this Saturday, March 2 at the Visalia Fox Theatre. The symphony is hoping for a roar of applause for the famous piece but not anything like the uproar […]

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Workshops plant ‘Seedlings’ to play, grow with art

Entering its third year, the fine art workshop series presented by the Arts Alliance of Three Rivers has been christened “Seedlings”, denoting the powerful new growth in creative expression that is awaiting artists and non-artists alike. Two workshops in spring and one in autumn are slated for 2013, all taught by strong, established artists from […]

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California residents encouraged to nominate outstanding senior volunteers

The search is on for California’s outstanding senior volunteer. The Salute to Senior Service program, sponsored by Home Instead, Inc., the franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, honors the contributions of adults 65 and older who give at least 15 hours a month of volunteer service to their favorite causes. Nominations for outstanding senior volunteers will […]

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Gardening Guru: Pruning Japanese Maples

One of the most favorite trees in the home landscape is the lovely Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum). We choose and plant this tree because we’ve seen its delicate form, graceful elegance, and the character of its branches enhancing many established landscapes. Japanese Maple Forms: There are over 300 cultivars of Japanese maples; some with green […]

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Lindsay City Council says ‘Yes’ to Ono project

One of the few things the Lindsay City Council could agree upon last week was the Sister City flag area designated at City Park. At its Feb. 12 meeting, the City Council authorized Lindsay/Ono City Sister City Committee to move forward with its plans to build a monument celebrating “40 years of friendship” between Lindsay […]

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Exeter Awards: Frosting on the Cake

The corner of Pine and D streets in Exeter has been a restaurant since 1967, but it’s never looked as good as it does now. That’s because the restaurant-savvy owner Duval Espinoza knows a downtown is only as good as it businesses. Espinoza purchased the former Jolly Kone restaurant in March 2004 at the age […]

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