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Juni Fisher takes literary stage

Tulare County native and western music star Juni Fisher publishes her first book, The Girls from Centro By Nancy Vigran Reporter for the Sun-Gazette LINDSAY – Juni Fisher is well-known for her songwriting and musical performances, but in December her first book came out and it appears to be a hit! The award-winning musician still […]

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Visalia Mighty Oak Chorus provides singing telegrams as Valentine’s Day gifts

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN VISALIA – This Valentine’s Day, instead of chocolate or flowers, why not have a quartet from The Visalia Mighty Oak Chorus serenade your sweetheart? “We are always looking for new and different ways to entertain the public,” Lee Smith with the Mighty Oak Chorus said. Two barbershop quartets from the chorus will […]

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Community Calendar for March 2019

 January  |   February  |   March   |   April   |   May March 1–3 – California College Republicans Annual Convention at 300 S. Court St. in Visalia. Engaging speakers, informative workshops, and annual executive board elections. Tickets are $5–$25 at eventbrite.com. March 2 – Arts Consortium presents 1st Saturday in Three Rivers from 11 a.m. to […]

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Local country music duo finds success from ‘Middle of Nowhere USA’

Visalia natives Terra Bella release third single with video shot in their hometown of Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – A husband and wife duo who hail from Visalia released their third single earlier this month.  Terra Bella announced the release of its latest country music single “Middle of Nowhere USA” in a Jan. 21 post to […]

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Symphony celebrates Lincoln, black history in February concert

Sequoia Symphony to perform Gershwin’s jazz opera Porgy and Bess, Copland’s pioneering piece “Lincoln Portrait” in “Copland to Jazz” concert on Feb. 9 By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN TULARE COUNTY – Music helps us process complex cultural shifts in time, including the duality of American history of welcoming immigrants and wanton racism. When music attempts to rise […]

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Native Plants in the Home Garden

By Anne Skinner UCCE Master Gardener The variety of native plants in California make them an excellent choice for a drought tolerant garden. Most of them are less prone to pest and disease problems and are pollinator-friendly. There are plants for each microclimate here in our area. Just like us, they have an affinity for […]

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Western Valentine treat Juni Fisher visits Lindsay

Juni Fisher makes her annual stop at Lindsay Community Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 16 @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – While Valentines Day proper is on Thursday next week, celebrations of love lead into the weekend. And on Saturday, Feb. 16 many western music lovers will be leaping at the chance to see locally grown music artist Juni […]

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‘Look at that Face! – An Exhibit in Portraiture’ shows in Exeter thru March 31

Courthouse Gallery’s new show features portraiture by three artists  @TheSunGazette EXETER – The newest art show is really in your face, or at least the face of someone you might now. The Exeter Courthouse Gallery’s new show, ‘Look at that Face! – An Exhibit in Portraiture,” features the facial features of real-life subjects exquisitely captured […]

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Back to Black: an Amy Winehouse tribute band returns to downtown Visalia on Feb. 2

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – An Amy Winehouse tribute band was set to perform at the Cellar Door just days after the previous owners announced they would be closing the nightspot down for good. The band was forced to push back their performance a month and relocate to a venue in Fresno. But this Saturday, locals will […]

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Garden Tips for February

By Peyton Ellas UCCE Master Gardener Historically February is much like January, with cold nights and cool days, two-to-three inches of rain and the possibility of frost and fog throughout the month. If it’s a dry month, we will need to provide some water to our trees and newly-planted shrubs and perennials to keep fine […]

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