Chris Peterson and Glenn Gippner have a lot in common.
During the Gold Rush, hydraulic miners at the La Grange Mine near Weaverville used high-pressure water to blast away soil and reach the gold ore below.
There's a bit of hierarchy applied to the list of things you can only do in Redding and just below the sacrosanct activities - ordering a steak at Jack's Grill and walking on the Sundial Bridge - is hitting a bucket of balls at Aqua Golf.
Summer months are here, and with them comes summer heat. As temperatures rise, California’s North Coast becomes an even cooler destination.
At age 83, country icon Loretta Lynn still has legions of young men swarming to her Tennessee ranch in Hurricane Mills. It’s doubtful they are bumping her country hits from their headphones, but there’s no doubt they have the same love and affection for the Coal Miner’s Daughter as those who revere her music.
What better way to cool down on a hot summer day than to get out on the water?
Anyone can play. Mature people, young people, limited mobility and full-on aggressive athletes find that pickleball packs in fun for everyone.
On Thursday, May 14, 125 riders will gather at 7 am at Folsom, Lake for the most important ride of their lives: a four-day, 330-mile odyssey by bicycle
His live shows are studies in tension and release, loud and soft, sweetness and fury, all mixed with brilliant showmanship.
Up on the ridge in Paradise lives a blues music legend named Leslie ‘Lazy Lester’ Johnson, originally from South Louisiana, where he built his legendary music career as one of the key creators of the swamp blues sound in the ‘50s.