Laura Dahl’s love of mountains blossomed early in her native Montana and continued to grow during the training that ultimately established her as an internationally renowned pianist and a member of the Stanford University faculty.
Lazy days at the lake have given way to busy school days and cooler nights—September is upon us.
Over coffee one morning at a bed and breakfast in Fort Bragg, Tony and Linda Kilcollins decided they wanted to run a business of their own.
This month, the sound of high-performance jets will again thrill crowds during the Exchange Club of Redding’s spectacular air show. Slated for September 27-28 at Redding Municipal Airport, the Canadian Forces Snowbirds demo team will play a starring role. Other attractions will include patriotic salutes, exhibition flyovers and high-performance aerobatics. On the ground, guests will enjoy a variety of vendors and exhibits, all celebrating the history of flight.
Known throughout the world of rock music as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull band, Ian Anderson is celebrating his 46th year as an international recording and performing artist.
Attention, Francophiles! Next month, Pilgrim Congregational Church once again will open its doors on Redding’s very own French quarter when it hosts its fourth annual French Country Market.
Grif Bloodhart was introduced to H-O scale model railroading at age 16 by an aerospace engineer and has never looked back.
It’s not about the ducks. That’s what Marge Beck says, anyway.
Members of the Shasta Community Concert Association were not about to let Redding’s small-town status prevent it from presenting big-name talent, and the bargain-conscious nonprofit has been getting the biggest performing-arts bang for its buck for 77 years and counting.
There are more beef cattle in Tehama County than there are people. They make not only for a picturesque landscape for people driving by, but are a powerful economic driver of the community.