David Nesta Marley was born in 1968 in Kingston, Jamaica, and given the nickname of Ziggy by his father, reggae superstar Bob Marley.
The Applegate Trail drapes over the western
Cascade Range, where early settlers of Oregon and
California passed. The path is marked not by signs, but
by a towering landmark of nature, which guided the early
settlers over the mountains.
Sometimes the way to go forward is to go fishing.
When a yellow school bus winds its way to the entry gates of Lassen Volcanic National Park, the
students inside are on the cusp of one of the most remarkable learning experiences of their school years.
The boy was riddled with nervousness as he waited for the curtain to open. He took a deep breath, was suddenly enveloped by calmness and transformed before the eyes of an awestruck crowd.
“ENJOY THE JOURNEY.” This father-to-son advice has evolved into a life philosophy for former North State athlete Brody Angley.
Though she has always loved film, Mary Ann Weston didn’t dare dream that coordinating a film festival would someday become part of her job.
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.
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.