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Exeter continues its Easter traditions

Exeter Ministerial Association presents Good Friday, Easter Sunrise services @TheSunGazette EXETER – The Exeter Ministerial Association will celebrate two important events on the Christian calendar this weekend: the annual Good Friday and Easter Sunrise services. Pastor Ian Hodge will lead a group of early-risers in the Easter Sunrise service (April 5) atop Rocky Hill, beginning […]

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Chicha brings rock from the Amazon to the concrete jungle of L.A.

La Chambra combines Peruvian surf pop and psychedelic sounds of the 1960s and ’70s @TheSunGazette VISALIA – If Quentin Tarantino were to remake the 1995 movie “Desperado” today, La Chambra would be definitely be on the soundtrack. A combination of salsa and ’70s, La Chamba fuses psychedelic electric guitar and organs with heavy Afro-Latin rhythms […]

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“Alice In Wonderland, Jr.”: Auditions for Children’s play April 2–3

The Lindsay Children’s Theater to present Disney’s “Alice In Wonderland, Jr.” in May @TheSunGazette LINDSAY – Travel down the rabbit hole and join Alice, one of literature’s most beloved heroines, in her madcap adventures as the Lindsay Children’s Theater presents Alice in Wonderland Jr. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s thrilling animated motion picture, the play is a […]

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Prays Together: Historical Evidence for the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ

By Christopher Scott The Bible makes it clear that Christ died on the cross (Matt 27:32-61; Mark 15:33-47; Luke 23:44-56; John 19:28-42) and three days later Jesus came back to life and left the tomb in which he was buried (Matt 28:1-7; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-10; Acts 1:4-8; 9:1-9; 1 Cor 15:6-8). I […]

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Boz Scaggs stays true to his sound, even in the company of others

The R&B vocalist continues his nearly 60-year musical journey with album of interests and influences @TheSunGazette VISALIA – There are few artists who can navigate the changing tides of musical waves without losing sight of their true north. Boz Scaggs did it masterfully with a command of a sound uniquely his own. From his classic […]

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Durand Jones and the Indications to play Cellar Door on March 30

@TheSunGazette VISALIA – If you thought the sounds of Motown died with Detroit’s auto industry, then you clearly haven’t listened to Durand Jones and the Indications. Their supercharged model of classic soul has a deeper rumble with heavy drums and blown-out lyrics and a different chassis, comprised of four white guys backing up African-American frontman […]

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McKellar Family Farms reminds community of several events for field trips and families

@TheSunGazette IVANHOE – Daylight saving time might have beleaguered workers drudging their way of bed feeling an hour behind, but McKellar Family Farms is springing into action for the upcoming season. With winter fleeting, the Ivanhoe farms, just east of Visalia will soon be hosting a number of interactive community events on their ranch. The […]

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2nd Annual CASA Superhero Run races into Tulare County

Everyday heroes lace up their running shoes to help abused children in Visalia @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Few comic book Superheroes grew up in a typical family situation raised by their own parents – Superman was adopted, Spiderman was raised by his aunt and uncle, and Batman grew up with his butler, then later took in […]

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Maria Obeldina “Oby” Soria honored by Tulare County League of Mexican-American Women for Women’s History Month

@TheSunGazette TULARE COUNTY – The Soria sisters of Lindsay are well known in Fresno and Lindsay. The four woman collectively have earned four bachelor’s degrees, three master’s degrees, a law degree and a doctorate. They all currently hold elected offices and all volunteer their time to have an impact on their communities. What many might […]

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