Friday Feb 14
Today in Music History - Feb. 26
He died in 1759, and is buried in Westminster Abbey. In 1944, white blues guitarist joined the Grand Ole Opry following three successful singles -- "Satisfied Mind," "Eat, Drink and Be Merry" and "What Would You Do ."
Mammoth Times & Eastern Sierra Times
Big turnout expected for second 'Eastside Know-How' talk tonight, reservations recommended
The second in the series of "Eastside Know-How"talks is this evening, Tuesday, Feb. 11 and a large turnout is expected-large enough that it is a good idea to make reservations for Rafters, if you intend to attend, according to event organizer Elizabeth Tenney.
Point/ Counterpoint: Water politics
Visalia was one town in America which seemed to have successfully side-stepped the onslaught of liberalism.
Book Fair Begins with Really Rare Books
A million-dollar book of John James Audubon's animal prints was one of the items on display today as the Antiquarian Book Fair , billed as one of the world's largest exhibitions of rare books, kicked off in Pasadena.
The Willits News
Bluegrass coming to Willits
The Dry Branch Fire Squad, a Blue Grass powerhouse, is performing at Willits on Feb. 8. These busy performers are being brought to Willits by the Willits Rotary as a fundraiser for local school scholarships.