MOSQUITO SERENADE & MARKETFEST BEGIN THIS MONTH
T H E N O R T H S TAT E MAGAZ I N E
JUNE 2005 / 19th Year / No. 8 THE NEWS, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MONTHLY
ON THE COVER
Four-time Grammy winner Lyle Lovett and His
Large Band is scheduled to perform at the Redding
Convention Center Tuesday, June 21, at 8 p.m.
See page 2.
DEVIL DOWN TO FAIR
The Charlie Daniels Band is the scheduled head-
liner for this year’s Shasta District Fair, June
15-19 at the fairgrounds in Anderson. ‘The Devil
Went Down to Georgia’ is among the hits made
famous by the group performing June 17 at 8 p.m.
See page 14.
Jefferson Public Radio
and the Cascade Theatre
present blues legend
and his band in concert
at Redding’s historic
Cascade Theatre on June
28 at 8 p.m. See page 5.
WAY COOL MUSIC
The Oaksong Society for Preservation of Way Cool
Music begins its summer concert series in June
with two performances. John Reischman and the
Jaybirds kick things off on June 4, followed by
Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum on June 25 at this
destination of American Roots Music at Gray Pine
Farm in Oak Run, about 15 miles east of Palo
Cedro. See page 22.
Grammy winner Lovett in Redding
Four-time Grammy winner Lyle captures why the Texas singer/song- versity, Lovett fell under the spell of the of Carolina (1996.)
Lovett and His Large Band is sched- writer’s appeal has lasted nearly two outlaw Texas music scene, fueled by He played opposite Lisa Kudrow
uled to perform at the Redding Con- decades is Lyle Lovett himself: the likes of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jen- in “The Opposite of Sex,” and made
vention Center Tuesday, June 21, at “I went to high school. I was not pop- nings, Townes Van Zandt and others. a cameo appearance in 1998’s “Fear
8 p.m. ular. Now I’m older, and it don’t mat- He was fascinated by the innova- and Loathing in Las Vegas.”
This concert will mark Lovett’s ﬁrst ter.” tive blend of country, rock and blues, Tickets for Lyle Lovett and his Large
visit to Redding. Lovett is one of the few artists who which became the bedrock of his musi- Band are available from the Redding
It has been 17 years since Lovett emerged out of Nashville’s whirlwind cal stylings, and grew to include gos- Convention Center Box Ofﬁce, by tele-
arrived in Nashville with a demo tape of experimentation in the mid-1980s to pel, blues, R&B, western swing, honky phone at 530-225-4130, or online at
hinting of the brilliantly eccentric career have an enduring and boldly original tonk, and folk. reddingconventioncenter.com.
to come – a resume that now includes career. Lovett is known to many for his act- More information is also available by
nine albums, acclaim from the picki- Born in 1957 near Houston, Tex., ing as well. email: email@example.com.
est of critics, a ﬁercely loyal fan base, Lyle played guitar from the age of sev- He has made ﬁve ﬁlms with director The performance is presented by
sales upwards of four million, and even en, and ﬁrst performed publicly in the Robert Altman, and also had a part op- UpWest Arts along with the Record
a second calling as a successful Hol- second grade when the short young- posite Angelica Huston in “Bastard out Searchlight and Star 107.1.
lywood actor. ster sang “Long Tall Texan.”
But perhaps the person who best During his time at Texas A&M Uni-
Guitar on tap in
Shorty in Oregon
Dunsmuir Recording artists Allison
Scull and Victor Martin will
be performing in several
July 7 new venues this months.
Their sound blends folk,
Living blues legend Guitar jazz, and blues with a Euro-
Shorty returns to Dunsmuir pean flair (Allison sings
Thursday, July 7, at Sengthong’s some songs in French).
Blue Sky Room, 5843 Dunsmuir Allison’s vocals, reminis-
Ave., Dunsmuir. cent of Sade and Bashia
Doors open at 7 p.m. Show along with her rhythmic
starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 guitar intermingle with Vic-
in advance or $20 day of show tor’s lyrical sax sound and
($15 day of show for all blues back up vocals to create
society members). a unique performance of
At age 16, Guitar Shorty predominantly original mate-
joined Ray Charles’ band and rial.
at the age of 17 he recorded With two CDs to their
with Willie Dixon and moved to credit, they have a cut a
New Orleans to play with Guitar live CD due out this coming
He then fronted his own On Saturday, June 4,
group and played with greats GUITAR SHORTY they will perform twice, 2-4 ALLISON SCULL & VICTOR MARTIN
like T Bone Walker, Big Joe p.m., and 6-8 p.m. at the Mt.
Turner and Little Richard. Dan, and his friend and fan Keb Mo. Aukum Winery in Mt. Aukum, telephone Main Street and Laurel.
At age 19, Guitar Shorty joined Sam Those attending can also reserve a 620-1675. On Thursday, June 16, 6 p.m., Allison
Cooke’s band. His brother-in-law & table for dinner by phoning Sengthong’s On Saturday, June 11, they will per- and Victor will perform at the Laughing
friend Jimi Hendrix often watched Shorty at 235-4770. form in Ashland, Ore., at Lithia Artisans Clam in Grants Pass, Ore., telephone
play until his untimely death. Listen to music, purchase tickets Market on Guanojuato near Lthia Park (541) 479-1110.
In addition to touring the globe, and find more information online at 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and be a part of the Mid- On June 25, they will perform in
Shorty also jams at local L.A. clubs with www.positiveproductions.net or phone Summer’s Dream Art Showcase at the Eagle Point Oregon for a Wine Tasting
former members of the Eagles, Steely 641-4099. old Briscoe School on the corner of N. at Jake’s Nursery, (541) 826-3485.
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in Mt. Shasta ~ Sunday, July 3
Shasta Taiko is expanding their highly successful annual taiko (Japanese drumming)
concerts to an outdoor venue in the dramatic setting of Shastice Park upper athletic
field in Mt. Shasta, CA on Sunday, July 3 at 7:30 p.m. Nationally recognized Shasta
Taiko from Mt. Shasta, under the direction of Russel Baba and Jeanne Mercer, will
take the stage with young taiko virtuosos Shoji Kameda and Michelle Fujii. Featured
guest artist group will be the highly acclaimed San Jose Taiko, one of America’s first
professional taiko organizations, who have performed extensively nationally and
internationally, including Carnegie Hall. This promises to be a memorable evening of
spectacular drumming, lively choreography, and inspiring music.
ShastaYama ~ Spectacle and Spirit ~ Festival of Rhythm and Music
Tickets are $16 and are available at Village Books and Soul Connections
in Mt. Shasta, Yreka Chamber of Commerce, Serendipity in Redding, and at
the gate. For online and credit card ticket purchase, visit: www.shastataiko.net
For more information, call (530) 926-3353
After Five / June 2005 / Page 3
Annual English Tea
and Garden Tour
scheduled June 5
The Shasta Lake Garden Project has scheduled
their eighth annual English Tea and Garden Tour for
This self-guided tour of four gardens runs from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. The four diverse gardens feature ter-
raced hillsides, Koi ponds and a clever use of mosaics.
Each garden also features an artist or the works of
an attending artist.
Guest may stop in anytime between 11 a.m. and 3
p.m. at the tea garden on Wonderland Boulevard to
enjoy an English tea served by Central Valley High
School students costumed Victorian servers and
entertained by strolling violinists and a guitarist, along
with other talented musicians.
Tickets are limited and can be purchased for $20
each or two for $35. They’re available in Shasta Lake
at DSI (Digital Solution Images) on Shasta Dam
Boulevard, or in Redding at Bracken Garden Center,
Brothers’ Bookshop, Creekside Gardens and Wild
For more information, call 275-5575 or 275-0879.
Chico Art Center presents
Celebrating Bidwell Park
Chico Art Center Members will present artwork
inspired by the Bidwell Park Centennial Celebration.
An opening reception is set for Friday, June 10, 7-9
p.m. Exhibition dates will continue through July 10.
The Chico Art Center is located at 450 Orange
Street, Suite 6, Chico, telephone 895-8726, or on the
web at www.chicoartcenter.com
Regular Gallery Hours are Wednesday - Sunday,
Noon - 4 p.m.
Page 4 / June 2005 / After Five
CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE AND BAND
Charlie Musselwhite on stage
at Redding Cascade Theatre
Jefferson Public Radio and the Cas- drinking hard and playing deep), he
cade Theatre present blues legend, met everybody including Muddy Wa-
Charlie Musselwhite and his band, in ters, Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker
concert at Redding’s historic Cascade and Little and Big Walter.
Theatre on Tuesday, June 28, at 8 The kings and giants of Chicago
p.m. blues accepted him into the clubs and
With 14 W.C. Handy awards to his even onstage; he became an adopted
credit and 6 Grammy nominations, “son” and his considerable talents were
Charlie Musselwhite is ﬁrmly en- further honed.
trenched in musical history. Musselwhite took these inﬂuences
Like the great bluesmen before him, and ran with them.
Musselwhite has added his own sig- Forming his own band, he released
nature to the music, introducing jazz his 1966 Vanguard debut, Stand Back!
chord stylings, Cuban rhythms and Now considered a classic recording,
contemporary, singer-songwriter lyrics this album achieved immediate under-
into his vision of the blues. ground success and established Mus-
His body of work comprises over 20 selwhite as a blues force in his own
albums of his own, and he has con- right.
tributed to countless others including The album’s triumph took Charlie
Bonnie Raitt’s Grammy award-win- out to California, and he stayed for
ning “Longing In Their Hearts”; The the good times, good weather and the
Blind Boys of Alabama’s Grammy-win- bounty of good paying gigs.
ning “Spirit of the Century”; Tom Waits’
“Mule Variations” and even INXS’ “Sui-
Able for the ﬁrst time to completely
devote himself to music, leaving the
We Have It All!
cide Blonde.” “day jobs” far behind, he became a
Charlie Musselwhite was born in the regular player in the San Francisco
hill country of Mississippi and landed in music scene.
Memphis at a time when the city was Musselwhite was in “the scene”,
coming of age right along with him. but he also brought the hard edges
The Memphis clubs were explod- of Chicago with him, and to the ﬂower
ing into the dynamic music scene that
blended black and white inﬂuences
children of San Francisco he was an
exotic, intoxicating, very sexy phenom-
Eating & Drinking
and gave birth to rock and roll and its enon. Establishment
greatest giants. Charlie Musselwhite was the long-
Teenaged Charlie often saw Elvis
Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny
Cash cruising the hot spots around
time compadre and musical partner to
his friend John Lee Hooker; in addition
to using Charlie’s harp playing on sev-
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Open 6am to start Daily Specials Banquet Rooms
town. Living across the street from eral of his albums, John Lee was also Available
rockabilly legends Johnny Burnette best man when Charlie married Henri- your day early!
and Slim Rhodes, Charlie was on the etta. Their deep and abiding friendship
invitation list to parties hosted by Elvis,
who had suddenly made it cool to be
a poor white kid from Mississippi with
lasted until John Lee’s death. Musical
institutions have honored Musselwhite,
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5-7pm * New York Steak or Prime Rib
greased hair and a hunger for music. He is the recipient of a Lifetime
Charlie lost no time in developing Achievement Award from The Mon-
skills for which he himself became leg- terey Blues Festival and the San Javier
Blues Nite Friday Nite
endary – learning to drink deep, comb Jazz Festival in Spain and the Missis-
his hair “right”, and to play the hell out sippi Governor’s Award for Excellence Live Music Happy Hour
of both harp and guitar. in the Arts. Every Thursday 6:30 to 10 pm
After a rocky adolescence which in- Musselwhite’s version of the blues Wines...........$3.00
cluded running moonshine in his 1950 ventures far beyond conventional Wines...........$3.00 Well Drinks...$2.50
Lincoln (Charlie has been a fan of big honky-tonk - though he still has what it Margaritas....$3.00 Margaritas....$3.00
trunks ever since), Musselwhite mi- takes to rock the house. 5 to 8 p.m.
grated north to Chicago like so many Charlie himself is simply interested
others from the Deep South, hoping to in sound - as he puts it, “music from
ﬁnd a factory job and a better life. the heart”: international, cross-cultural, Where Cypress 2230 PINE ST., REDDING
What he found was Chicago’s South modern and classic, those sounds and meets Pine, across 243-6251 Major
Side, with all of its grit, hard times and tones that have feeling. Credit Cards
history-making music. Tickets for this concert can now be from Safeway Family owned & operated since 1983 Accepted
Living in the basement of Delmark purchased at the Cascade Theatre
records with Big Joe Williams (who in- web site at www.cascadetheatre.org or
structed Charlie further in the ways of at the Cascade Box Ofﬁce, 243-8877.
After Five / June 2005 / Page 5
Music, ﬁreworks set
for Hayfork July 1
Friday, July 1, at the Trinity County Fairgrounds in
Hayfork will be the scene of one of the biggest ﬁreworks
shows in Northern California. Fireworks by Boom
Boom Incorporated is again sponsoring the Hayfork
Independence Day Celebration and Concert now also
billed as the Trinity County Freedom Festival.
In addition to a huge pyromusical ﬁreworks display
planned for this year’s 22nd annual celebration there
will also be a concert featuring The Universal Blues
Band, according to Fred May, show designer for the
concert and ﬁreworks. The concert begins at 6 p.m.
and the ﬁreworks pyromusical starts at 10 p.m.
Founded by Chuck and Sandra Sauer in the Bay
Area originally as the Universal Blues Society (or
UBS), this group of players have been doing it since
1969. Based on a solid rhythm and blues background
the Universal Blues Band will provide ﬁreworks lovers
memorable entertainment while waiting for the ﬁre-
works to begin.
Organizers suggest bringing a blanket to help fam-
ily’s ﬁnd each other, since the event will have festival
seating only. Handicapped unloading is being provided
for and parking will be managed by the Trinity County
This year’s event concessions proﬁts are a 100
percent beneﬁt for the Hayfork Lions, Trinity County
Sheriffs Posse, the Hayfork Relay for Life, the Hayfork
Spirits, the Hayfork Swim Team, Boy Scouts Troop 24,
the Trinity County Fair Association, Mountain Valley
Elder Care, the Lewiston Merchants Association, and
the Ruth Lake Summerfest.
These service groups will provide everything from
jumping dragon air castles for the kids to food and bev-
erages for the evening. Food will include Rotary roast
beef sandwiches and baked potatoes, Lions hot dogs,
Posse hamburgers, Trinity County Fair Association
draft Budweiser, Relay for Life enchiladas, Lewiston
Merchants cotton candy, swim team pies, deserts,
Mountain Valley Elder Care Mt Shasta Spring water
More than 2,200 people attended last year’s cel-
ebration, according to May. Tickets will only be sold at
the door with prices for general admission $10 and $5
for children under 12, (kids under 3 free). Doors open
at 5 p.m. at the Trinity County Fairgrounds. For more
information, call the Trinity County Fair in Hayfork at
Second annual art,
wine festival in R.B.
The second annual Red Bluff Art and Wine Festival
on the Cone & Kimball Plaza in historic downtown
Red Bluff is set for Thursday, June 16, from 5–8 p.m.
and will encompass a variety of ﬁne art, wines and
Art from various mediums will be exhibited and
include a variety of ﬁne art by Red Bluff Art Asso-
ciation members, watercolor by Maggie Anderson,
pottery by Holbrook’s Stoneware, ﬁne art by George
Turnbull, ﬁber-art from Moondancing Alpacas, jewelry
from Earthly Blessings, ceramics and candles from
Alex Marshall Studios, Quilters specialty items and
the “Opportunity Quilt”, children’s art from Out Of The
Woods, clay and lamp work prints by Dee Hubbard,
iron art by Justin Isaac, oil on canvas from Edmonds
Fine Art and a quick sketch artist, Diana Wright-Trox-
A large variety of wines produced in Tehama,
Shasta, Trinity and Butte counties as well as other-
California wine regions will be introduced and include
Burnsini Winery, Alpen Cellars, Lassen Hills Cellar,
Young’s Wines and Matson Vineyards.
Local producers of specialty fine foods will be
showcasing Tehama County agriculture from the ﬁeld
to your table and will offer samples of their products
that will be for sale.
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Mosquito Serenade Concert Series 2005
Let’s Boogey Wednesday Nites in Anderson
Doctor Atomic June 15
this autumn in Hotel California
San Francisco Tribute to the Eagles
On Oct. 1, the San Francisco Opera
will present the world premiere of Doctor Enterprise Starship
Atomic, a new opera by composer John
Adams and director and librettist Peter
Pop Music Show Band
Sellars. June 29
Set in July 1945 in the New Mexico
Hammer Smith Band
desert, the opera focuses on the tightly
knit group of physicists who built and
tested the ﬁrst atomic bomb under the
City of Anderson Parks & Recreation Department Rockin’ Blues
leadership of J. Robert Oppenheimer. July 3
After years of painstaking work, the
physicists are now waiting through the The Torpedoes
quiet hours before the bomb’s ﬁrst test
explosion-and confronting the moral
70’s & 80’s Rock and Roll
crisis of its impending use. Pepsi Stage, Shasta District Fairgrounds,
On Sept. 13, the Exploratorium Anderson Explodes
and the San Francisco Opera pres-
ent Doctor Atomic: Science, Morals July 13
& Music, a discussion with composer
John Adams, librettist Peter Sellars and Undercover S.K.A.
Richard Rhodes, author of the Pulitzer Rhythm & Blues, Latin and Reggae
Prize-winning book The Making of the
Atomic Bomb, to explore the historical, July 20
scientiﬁc, and musical background of
the opera. Tom Rigney and Flambeau
Kip Cranna, musical administrator Cajun and Zydeco
at the San Francisco Opera, will mod-
erate. July 27
The event takes place in Ft. Mason’s
Cowell Theater at 7:30 p.m. Advance Dave Stamey
tickets are $25 for general public ($20 Traditional Cowboy Music
for Exploratorium and SF Opera mem- Anderson River Park
bers/donors). For all advance tickets August 3
call Exploratorium reservations at
415/561-0308. Tickets at the door are E.C. and the All Nighters
$25 for all. Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll 7:00pm
The Exploratorium’s history is inti- Bring Lawn Chairs or Blankets
mately tied to that of J. Robert Oppen- August 10
heimer, the subject of Doctor Atomic:
Jason Johnston Please...No Smoking…
Frank Oppenheimer, the Exploratori-
um’s founder, was J. Robert’s younger Country Western No Dogs...No Glass Bottles
brother. August 17
Both innovative physicists, they
worked together on the bomb and Elvin Bishop
shared the last tense minutes before Southern Blues & Rock
the successful atomic test changed the
Frank returned to research and
teaching after the race to build the bomb
was won; in 1969, twenty-four years Mike’s Body Shop, Inc.
later, he opened the Exploratorium’s
doors for the ﬁrst time – the culmination
of a life devoted to understanding the
world’s fundamental phenomena. Foothill Dist. Co.
Frank Oppenheimer, as a distin-
guished experimental physicist and Shasta Highlands
university professor, founded the Explor- Renaissance
atorium in San Francisco primarily to & Celtic Faire
share his own joy in discovery.
Frank Oppenheimer’s range of expe-
rience—which encompassed both the
theoretical and the hands-on, practi- Alexander & Associates, Alta Saddlery, Anderson Campers/Ten Oaks Retreivers, Anderson Chamber/
cal side of science, and a knowledge
Anderson Explodes, Anderson Farm & Yard, Anderson High School FFA, Anderson Women’s, Improvement
of education and how students learn
Club, B.E. Rocha Construction, Dan Bernet, OD, Brown & Mills, Inc., Computing Solutions, Comsco Inc.,
– eventually gave rise to the Explor-
atorium. Curves, Custom Wheel Service, Don Reynolds, CPA, Fitzpatrick Law Offices, Friends of Korean War Veterans,
As part of the partnership with the Gas Point Market, J.W. Wood, Jerry Hanlon Family, Kiwanis of Anderson, Land Image, Lawrence &
Opera, the Exploratorium has created Associates, Les Schwab, Metric Motors, Mistletoe Realty, North State Playgrounds, PACE Engineering,
a Web site annotating the opera’s syn- Priority One Mortgage, Greg Shaddix, CPA, Shasta Co. Public Health, Suspenders
opsis, and will provide links to select
portions of the libretto. For Information Call (530) 378-6656
Go to www.exploratorium.edu/doc-
toratomic starting Aug. 15. For Directions www.ci.anderson.ca.us
After Five / June 2005 / Page 7
bus stop (several times more than the implemented by the Scottsdale, Ariz., ignored his overtures.
typical cost) in front of the Anchorage school district this year, according to
(Alaska) Museum of History and Art. an Arizona Republic report, were those Police in Hackettstown, N.J., charged
To replace the current kiosk, the city’s for receptionist (now, “director of ﬁrst Juan Vargas, 29, with public intoxication
transportation director said he imagines impressions”) and school bus driver at a Dunkin Donuts shop after spotting
a generous upgrade, including perhaps (now, “transporter of learners”). him speaking into his wallet as if it were
a heated sidewalk to deal with the snow: Said Superintendent John Baracy, a cell phone.
“We have a senator (Ted Stevens) who “This is to make a statement about
gave us that money, and I certainly won’t what we value in the district. We value In Danbury, N.H., Steven Metallic, 39,
want to appear ungrateful.” learning.” was arrested after a two-hour standoff
Said the new ﬁrst-impressions direc- in which he ﬁlled his mother’s home
An undercover sheriff’s deputy tor, “I think it’s classy. Everyone wants with propane gas and threatened to
(whose name was not disclosed in a to be important.” blow it up.
news report) filed a lawsuit recently Metallic ﬁnally fell for a police ruse
against the Florida Hospital in Orlando Police in Buffalo, N.Y., said Thomas when they pretended to leave; ofﬁcers
because, he said, when he went for L. Hunter, 55, ran off with a case of who remained behind captured Metallic
a shot of pain medication in his hip in brandy from the Eastside Liquor store, tiptoeing out of the house.
October 2000, he was injected instead but during the getaway, he dropped the
with what appeared to be cosmetic case, and bottles shattered. Pastor Joe Van Koevering speaks
makeup glitter. He was arrested when he returned to reverently of the “precious Jewish
The deputy said a four-inch mass the scene of the spill and started sucking people,” whom “God loves,” but a prin-
was removed and appeared to contain up brandy with a straw. cipal mission of his Gateway Christian
specks of green and red sparkle, and Center in St. Petersburg, Fla., is to
By CHUCK SHEPHERD that pain at the site continues. At a train station in Ogori, Japan, a speed up the end of the world (and, thus,
Proof that true stories are seeing-eye dog apparently misunder- the deaths of nonbelievers) by ﬁnan-
weirder than made-up stories Police in Springﬁeld, Ore., charged stood a spoken command and led a cially helping to send as many Jews as
Pamela Ann Hemphill, 51, with theft blind couple off of a platform and tum- possible “back home” to Israel.
after she allegedly snatched neighbor bling onto the tracks. According to the Bible’s Book of
Walter Merritt’s Charles Schulz-signed, The couple and the dog had been Revelation, the holy war that will bring
The agency that oversees Spain’s original Peanuts cartoon strip, locked headed for a workshop for assistance the apocalypse will start only after Jews
stock market announced that it will herself in a bathroom, removed her dogs. (of an indeterminate number) return to
implement a rule to require each direc- clothes, got under the shower, wet the holy land.
tor of an exchange-listed company the cardboard thoroughly, and ﬁnally Four former patients of clinical psy- According to a St. Petersburg Times
to disclose not just names of family ﬂushed the pieces down the toilet. chologist Letitia Libman sued Delnor- story, Van Koevering became tearful
members but of any other “affectionate Hemphill declined to explain; Merritt Community Hospital in Geneva, Ill., when speaking of the Jews that will
relationship,” straight or gay, that the said he had no clue as to motive; and for malpractice, including claims that be left behind to ﬁght, and die, so that
director may have. the Springﬁeld News reporter has not Libman’s hospital treatments for neu- “true believers” can be taken away in
The purpose is to help monitor insider yet followed up on the story. rological disorders included tarot cards, the rapture.
trading. love potions, DNA-based hexes, and
(Also, in Nanjing, China, municipal The Florida Supreme Court disbarred patient nudity and self-mutilation. The East Valley Tribune reported
ofﬁcials were ordered to disclose any attorney David A. Barrett for violating Libman also allegedly bragged of her that the police department in Mesa,
extramarital affairs, as a way of reducing the state’s professional conduct code, travels among space aliens. Ariz., was still awaiting word about its
ofﬁcials’ payoffs to mistresses, accord- including paying for an assistant to In May, the lawsuits were amended to $100,000 federal grant request to buy
ing to Xinhua news agency.) attend a chaplain’s course at Tallahas- include Libman herself as a defendant, and train a capuchin monkey for its
see Memorial Hospital in order to offer a move that the plaintiffs initially resisted SWAT team.
Aberdeen, Wash., fourth-grader Tyler prayers in the rooms of accident victims because they feared Libman’s witchy Capuchins are now used as assis-
Stoken was suspended for a week for and solicit business for Barrett. retribution. tance animals for the disabled, in that
balking, on a statewide test, at compos- they can be taught to fetch things off of
ing a short essay on what would happen In County Cork, Ireland, Dane Ring, Former caddie Gary Robinson shelves, and the police want to see if
if, one day at school, you “see your 13, was suspended from school for two recently ﬁled a lawsuit against pro golfer one can be trained to unlock doors and
principal ﬂying by a window.” days after he ignored what schoolboys Ms. Jackie Gallagher-Smith, claiming he search buildings on command.
Tyler, reportedly a good student, said know is the cardinal rule of bodily func- was made an “unwitting sperm donor” The Pentagon’s visionary research
he thought any passage he wrote would tions, which is to never admit that you’re in their brief romance since he believes agency, DARPA, is considering the
be making fun of the principal, which he the person, in a crowded room, who just it was he who fathered her child born proposal.
refused to do. passed gas. in March.
The principal subsequently viewed His lawsuit is for intentional inﬂic- The state government of Victoria
that as insubordination (perhaps A man identiﬁed as David Connor (by tion of emotional distress, which is the in Australia recently approved allow-
because it also lowered the school’s Boston police) or Timothy Connor (by same claim that has been successful ing the new cemetery in Darlington to
overall score) and suspended Tyler, but Providence, R.I., police) was arrested in the early stages of another lawsuit, economize on space by burying bodies
the superintendent later apologized. after allegedly robbing the Beacon Hill reported in News of the Weird in March, in upright positions.
Wine and Spirits in Boston of about in which a male doctor in Chicago sued
Ofﬁcial guidelines issued by Britain’s $1,000, and according to the surveil- a female doctor who had his child during A male inmate and a female inmate
Joint Council on Qualiﬁcations, directed lance video, he appeared to ask for a their affair. in a Turkish prison were given additional
to agencies that administer high school head start of “60 seconds” before police (Gallagher-Smith maintained that her four-month sentences for destruction
and junior-high standardized tests, call were called and then to shake the clerk’s husband is the father, and DNA tests of property after they were convicted of
for students to receive extra points on hand as if cementing the agreement. cannot be forced on a married woman having made a 4-inch hole in the wall
the test if they have experienced pre- in Gallagher-Smith’s home state of separating their cells and using it to
exam stress due to selected circum- Jim Stelling, the Republican Party Florida.) conceive a child (according to Istanbul’s
stances. chairman in Seminole County, Fla., won largest morning newspaper, Hurriyet).
Examples include death of a parent a lawsuit for defamation against an intra- Most of the seemingly inexhaust-
or close relative (up to 5 percent extra), party ofﬁcial who had accused him of ible telephone harassers reported in A DUI suspect (unnamed in a Toronto
death of other relative (up to 4 percent), being married six times, which Stelling News of the Weird through the years Sun report) put a handful of his own
death of pet (2 percent if on exam day, said he found particularly insulting, since have been Japanese men and woman, feces in his mouth in a police station in
1 percent if the day before), witnessing he “believe(s) in family values.” scorned in love or business, but Ameri- what ofﬁcers said was an attempt to foil
a distressing event on exam day (up to Stelling said he has been married can Timothy John Campbell, 45, was a Breathalyzer test.
3 percent), just-broken arm or leg (up to only ﬁve times. arrested in Atlantic, Iowa, and charged Said an ofﬁcial, “I don’t think alcohol
3 percent), headache (1 percent). (The judge ruled that Stelling was with stalking a woman by, among other alone would make you do (that).”
not defamed enough for money dam- tactics, telephoning her as many as Nonetheless, said police, the man,
Among the most striking federal ages.) 3,000 times a month. who had been stopped on Highway
government “pork” grants funded in The victim was a waitress at a bar 11 near Barrie, Ontario, still registered
November was $1.5 million for a new Among official job-title changes patronized by Campbell but said she –Please See Page 10
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Shasta County Arts Council
ARTSMART Business of –From Page 8
double the threshold for impairment.
Arts & Crafts Workshop
After an investigative report by Orlan-
do’s WKMG-TV, a man who was hired
July 24th & 25th by the Federal Emergency Management
Agency last year to help Florida hurri-
cane victims admitted that he bought an
Registration Deadline elderly woman’s $1 million, Melbourne
July 12th Beach oceanfront home from her for
$250,000, but denied that he had taken
Limited enrollment!! advantage of her.
Gary C. Jones, 62, who is a licensed
This two day workshop will real estate broker in Missouri but who
cover the business of arts & crafts. works on contract for FEMA advising
victims about home damage, said it
was the woman who pushed for the
retail / wholesale markets, sale because she was distressed by
pricing, jurying, legal issues, the $50,000 hurricane damage to the
PR, taxes, bookkeeping, etc. house.
Photographic images also will be
evaluated for competition submissions. A woman suffered a midﬂight heart
attack, leading the KLM pilot to emer-
Fee: $35.00 SCAC Member Tribute to Ray Charles gency-land at Heathrow Airport in
London, but she died before an ambu-
$45.00 for Non Member The Greg Jones Band is set to perform at the Stage Door Cabaret lance could arrive.
Old City Hall Arts Center and Coffee House, 414 North Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt. Shasta, June 3. Six months earlier, Heathrow ofﬁ-
530-241-7320 Jones always brings his R&B/smooth jazz feel to original tunes and cials had eliminated costly standby
covers alike. Currently, he is paying tribute to “The Genius of Ray ambulances, resulting in the woman’s
1313 Market Street, plane being met by a paramedic on a
Redding CA 96001 Charles” as he performs some of Ray’s greatest hits. Coupled with bicycle (which carried some emergency
www.shastaartscouncil.org historical text, hot horns, and back-up vocalists, Jones performs Ray equipment but not nearly as much as an
Charles that moves audiences, both physically and emotionally. ambulance).
In a major incident, security ofﬁcers
at Dublin International Airport “booted”
(in Ireland, clamped) an ambulance at
Riverfront a terminal entrance, even though it was
Playhouse parked in an area reserved for emer-
gency vehicles; a patient with serious
Presents injuries was delayed until paramedics
paid cash to have the boot removed.
A Bedroom Gregory Withrow and an associate
staged a two-man protest at the Califor-
Farce nia state capitol in Sacramento against
U.S. policies on Iraq and on immigration,
Directed by Russell Piette and in favor of white supremacy, among
Weekends through June 11 The associate’s role in the protest
Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm * Sun. 2pm was to drive 6-inch nails into Withrow’s
hands on a cross as he stood as a
Coming in July... martyr for six hours.
“LIFE OF THE PARTY” Withrow had brought notes with him
our annual student production from a Butte County, Calif., health ofﬁcial
Underwritten by (seemingly approving Withrow’s plan to
Redding Rancheria Community Fund hurt himself) and from the Sacramento
Sponsored by Record Searchlight Parks Department (afﬁrming that no
permit was needed for such a protest).
Ticket Outlet Folksinger in Redding
Mr. Brij Dhir, a San Francisco law
Redding Tourism Bureau John Brandeburg has been playing American Roots Music in North- student and India-licensed attorney,
777 Auditorium Drive ern California the past 35 years. He will be performing at Sue’s Java recently ﬁled a lawsuit against a north-
Cafe, 1712 Churn Creek Road, Redding, Saturday, June 4, 7-9 p.m. ern California microbrewery for the “hate
225-4130 There is no cover charge. John can be heard with his longtime friend
crime” of manufacturing Indica India
Pale Ale with a label featuring the Hindu
Theatre Located at: Ragtime Rick Blaufeld on their 1997 duo release Down and Out Blues god Ganesh (a man with the head of an
1620 E. Cypress Ave. with his group, The Perfect Crime, on their 2002 release Friends, elephant) holding Indicas in one of his
Redding * 221-1028 and with Dan Hicks on his 2003 recording Dan Hicks and the Hot four hands and his trunk.
Licks. Brandeburg has performed in coffee houses, folk festivals, In an attempt to accommodate Dhir,
X Lost Coast Brewery closed down the
E. Cypress Ave. concert halls and at county fairs. He has shared the stage with Kate brand, but Dhir still wants at least
Wolf, Nancy Grifﬁth, Jesse Fuller, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Sonny Terry
$25,000 for his own indignation and said
and Brownie McGhee, Robert Lowery, Hicks, Dave Van Ronk, John that $1 billion might be necessary to
Hammond, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot. Steve Goodman, and Hot Tuna. compensate Hindus for their trauma.
–Please See Page 21
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Charlie Dylan, Flatt & Scruggs, Pete
Seeger, Mark O’Connor, Leon-
ard Cohen, Ringo Starr and
Voluptuous Daniels Johnny Cash. His songs have
been recorded by Elvis Presley
I ntimate A pparel
and Tammy Wynette.
Like so many great Ameri-
Band in can success stories, The Char-
lie Daniels saga begins in
rural obscurity. Born in 1936 in
Anderson Wilmington, N.C., Daniels was
raised on a musical diet that
included Pentecostal gospel,
The Charlie Daniels Band is the local bluegrass bands, and the
scheduled headliner for this year’s rhythm and blues and country
Shasta District Fair. music emanating respectively
The Fair runs from June 15-19 at the from Nashville’s 50,000-watt
fairgrounds in Anderson. mega radio stations WLAC
The Charlie Daniels Band show is and WSM.
slated for June 17 at 8 p.m. Daniels graduated from
Tickets are $15 for dress circle plus high school in 1955 and soon
fair admission or free grandstand seat- enlisted in the rock and roll rev-
ing with fair admission. Advance dis- olution ignited by Mississippian
counts on single day general admission Elvis Presley. Already skilled
and carnival rides are also available, on guitar, ﬁddle and mandolin,
and can be purchased at all Safeways Daniels formed a rock and roll
DARING LINGERIE in Redding and Anderson, Carl’s Jr. band and hit the road.
for Women and restaurants in Redding, at the fair ofﬁce, While en route to California
Men 378-6789, or online at www.shastadis- in 1959, the group paused in CHARLIE DANIELS
trictfair.com Texas to record “Jaguar,” an
*Stiletto Heels *Edible Lotions & Oils instrumental produced by Bob John- On the “Million Mile Reflections”
*Kama Sutra *Lubricants *Tasty Wear Charlie Daniels is partly western
*Hosiery & Body Stockings and partly southern. His signature “bull ston, which was picked up for national tour, transported in a convoy of buses
*Adult Products *DVDs & Books rider” hat and belt buckle, his lifestyle distribution by Epic. and gleaming black tractor-trailer rigs,
*Games including “Poker For Lovers” on the Twin Pines Ranch (a boyhood It was also the beginning of a long the band now included a full horn sec-
Sizes Small to 4X dream come true), his love of horses, association with Johnston. The two tion, back-up singers, a troupe of clog
M-F 11-6, Sat. 11-5 221-1304 cowboy lore and the heroes of cham- wrote “It Hurts Me,” which became the dancers and sometimes even a gospel
pionship rodeo, Western movies and B side of a 1964 Presley hit. In 1969, at choir.
2002 Hilltop Drive the urging of Johnston, Daniels moved By 1981, the Charlie Daniels Band
Louis L’Amour novels identify him as a
Redding to middle Tennessee to ﬁnd work as a had twice been voted the Academy of
(next to Holiday Inn) westerner.
The son of a lumberjack and a south- session guitarist in Nashville. Country Music’s Touring Band of the
erner by birth, Daniels music – a mix Among his more notable sessions Year.
of rock, country, bluegrass, blues and were the Bob Dylan albums of 1969-70 Daniels’ annual Volunteer Jam con-
gospel – is quintessentially southern. “Nashville Skyline,” “New Morning,” and certs, world-famous musical extrava-
But for decades, he has steadfastly “Self Portrait.” ganzas that served as a prototype for
refused to label his music as anything Daniels also produced the Young- many of today’s annual day-long music
AFFORDABLE other than “CDB music.” bloods albums of 1969-70 “Elephant
Mountain” and “Ride the Wind,” and
marathons, always featured a variety of
current stars and heritage artists.
ADVENTURES “I used to say, ‘I’m not an outlaw, I’m
an outcast,’” the Grammy Award winning toured Europe with Leonard Cohen
and performed on records with artists
In April 1998, top stars and two
former Presidents paid tribute to Dan-
musician said. “When it gets right down
to the nitty gritty, I”ve just tried to be who as different as Al Kooper and Marty iels when he was named the recipient
I am. I’ve never followed trends or fads. Robbins. of the Pioneer Award at the Academy
I couldn’t even if I tried. I can’t be them. Daniels broke through as a record of Country Music’s annual nationally
I can’t be anybody but me.” maker himself with 1973’s “Honey in the televised ceremonies.
CASINO TOURS Rock” and its hit “hippie” song “Uneasy “In his time, he’s played everything
July 11-12...“HOT SUMMER BAND’S SPECIAL”
When you hear a classic Charlie
Daniels Band performance like “The Rider.” His rebel anthems “Long Haired from rock to jazz, folk to western swing,
$45 per person, DBL/$60 Single. Includes: deluxe
motorcoach transportation, accommodations at the Devil Went Down to Georgia,” you hear Country Boy” and “The South’s Gonna and honky-tonk to award-winning
Sands Regency. Bonus Package: $14 CASH, $11 music that knows no clear genre. Is it a Do It” propelled his 1975 collection “Fire gospel,” former President Jimmy Carter
SLOT PLAY, $5 FOOD, and LUNCH BUFFET. folk tale? A southern boogie? A country On The Mountain” to Double Platinum said. “In Charlie’s own words, ‘Let there
ﬁddle tune? An electric rock anthem? status. be harmony. Let there be fun and 12
Aug. 30-31 - ELDORADO HOTEL CASINO The answer is “yes” to all of that Following stints with Capitol and notes of music to make us all one.’”
OVERNIGHT Kama Sutra, Epic Records signed “Charlie’s love of music is only sur-
$58 per person DBL occupancy, $74 Single. and more. And the same goes for “In
Includes: deluxe motorcoach transportation, America,” “Uneasy Rider,” “The South’s Daniels to its rock roster in New York in passed by his love of people, especially
accommodations at the Eldorado. Bonus Package: Gonna Do It,” “Long Haired Country 1976. The contract, reportedly worth $3 the American people,” former President
$17 CASH, $2 FOOD, BREAKFAST and LUNCH Boy,” “Still in Saigon,” “The Legend of million, was the largest ever given to a Gerald Ford said. “For almost five
BUFFET. Optional Buffet Dinner & Show Package: Wooley Swamp,” and others in a catalog Nashville act up to that time. decades, he’s traveled this land from
“Smokey Joe’s Cafe” - $48 value, your price $28 p/p that spans more than 40 years of record In the summer of 1979, Daniels coast to coast singing about the things
inclusive (minimum 25 people required for this price). rewarded the company’s faith by deliver- that concern the American people.
making and represents more than 20
DAY TRIPS million in sales. ing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” Tonight, the Academy of Country
2005 SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS BASEBALL His most recent CD release was his which became a Platinum single, topped Music’s Pioneer Award is presented to
Sunday, Aug. 28 - Giants vs. New York Mets ﬁrst foray into bluegrass, rediscovering both the country and pop charts, won a a supremely talented, compassionate
Saturday, Sept. 11 - Giants vs. Chicago Cubs the sounds he grew up with in his native Grammy award, earned three Country and proud American, and a fair to mid-
Both games, lower reserved section 135. North Carolina. Music Association trophies, became a dlin’ golfer, too.”
$80 per person includes deluxe chartered cornerstone of the Urban Cowboy movie With an unerring instinct for the
motorcoach transportation and game tickets. “Songs From the Longleaf Pines:
A Gospel Bluegrass Collection,” was soundtrack and propelled Daniel’s “Mil- universal ties that bind people together
July 20 - “MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL” released in March of this year. Joined lion Mile Reﬂections” album to Triple and an equal abhorrence for the intol-
At Pier 39 Theater in San Francisco. Show features by such artists as Ricky Scaggs, Cyndi Platinum sales levels. erance and feat that do the opposite,
revised tunes of the ‘60s and ‘70s and is guaranteed Wheeler, Earl Scruggs and Nickel The album’s title was a reference Charlie Daniels has kept the speciﬁcs
to keep you laughing. Lunch on your own at Pier 39. Creek’s Chris Thile, Daniels resurrects to a milestone in The Charlie Daniels of his cultural heritage as the soul of the
Great Girls Day Out! Includes reserved theater seats such classics as “”Keep On the Sunny Band’s legendary coast to coast tours. CDB music that has impacted lives of
and motorcoach transportation. $75 per person. everyday people everywhere.
Side,” “Softly and Tenderly,” and “I’ve With two drummers, twin guitars and a
Tour conditions, prices, bonuses subject to change. CST #2015420-40 ﬂamenco dancer, the CDB often toured “It’s purely American music with
Found a Hiding Place,” as well as a pair
of recitations, Psalms 23 and 91. more than 250 days a year, and by this something for everyone,” he said. “At
(530) 247-0170 ! (800) 425-8687 Daniels resume includes recording time, had logged more than a million least that’s what I’ve hoped for in my
P.O. Box 993760, Redding, CA 96099-3760
sessions with artists as divers as Bob miles on the road. 40-plus years in music.”
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Boogie & Blues in Weaverville
Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings are slated to perform June
18, 6 p.m., at Lee Fong Park Amphitheater, Weaverville at the Boogie
& Blues Festival. Also on stage will be Buddy Reed. Tickets are $20 Cowboy singer in McArthur
in advance and $25 at the gate. For more information, telephone 623- An evening with cowboy singer/songwriter Don Edwards is sched-
2656. Rogers is renowned as a premier slide guitarist and performer uled Tuesday, June 21, 7 p.m., at Ingram Hall at the Inter-Mountain
having released eight solo recordings. He has been nominated for two fairgrounds in McArthur. Tickets are $20 and available at McArthur
Grammy Awards and received six Grammy credits as the producer Farm Supply in McArthur, Valley Hardware in Fall River Mills and at
of John Lee Hooker and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott recordings. Rogers has the door the night of the show.
toured worldwide since 1982 as a featured performer in Hooker’s
Coast to Coast Blues Band, and thereafter with his own band The
Delta Rhythm Kings. He has appeared at festivals and events in the
U.S. and around the world, including Montreux, Pori and North Sea
jazz festivals in Europe, as well as festivals in South America and
Aloha party featuring
Australia. Born in Redding, Rogers also has appeared in the north
state several times over the past few years. Hawaiian music slated
in Weaverville June 10
Kick off summer in Polynesian style Aikane will perform Hawaiian and
at Mamma Llama Coffeehouse in classic pop music featuring instrumenta-
Weaverville on Friday, June 10 at an tion from guitars to ukuleles.
“Aloha Party” featuring Hawaiian music Show starts at 8 p.m. and doors open
group, Aikane. at 7 p.m.
Aikane is comprised of members Tickets are $8 in advance and $10
Shaka, Jet, Nick and Mel who grew up at the door and are available through
in Honolulu together and have known Mamma Llama, www.mammallama.com
each other since grade school. or www.shopweaverville.com.
Hanging out on the beach and play- Mamma Llama Coffeehouse serves
ing Hawaii’s instrument the ukulele were a large selection of coffees & teas and
a big part of their childhood. also carries a variety of music, books
One of the members of the group and unique gifts.
spent years on the road performing the The coffeehouse is open seven days
Nevada circuit of casinos in the classic a week and is located at 208 Main St.
days of Las Vegas. For more information, visit the web-
He has recently reunited with his site at www.mammallama.com or call
three childhood friends and Mamma 623-6363.
Llama Coffeehouse is proud to have Acoustic Jams with local acoustic
them here in Weaverville at our Aloha musicians and songwriters are also held
HAWAIIAN MUSIC GROUP AIKANE Party. every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
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Ring around the coercion
As we all know, Newsweek Magazine recently rehashed an oft
repeated report involving American interrogators at Guantanomo Bay
using religious coercion, in this case ﬂushing a copy of the Koran
down a toilet.
According to the magazine, the action was a
way of trying to provoke detainees into talking.
Love that word “detainees.”
Sounds so pastoral. “Uncle Achmed, you’ve
missed 7 years of my birthday parties.” “I was
detained.” After hearing about the article, mobs
in Pakistan and Afghanistan erupted into violent
Anti- American protests.
And not your normal average every day
regularly scheduled Anti-American mob protests
At least 17 people have died and many others
were severely wounded. And no, I have no idea
how they managed to get their hands on the
My subscription issue usually doesn’t show up until a couple weeks
later. For instance, did you know Pope John Paul II just died?
Now, even though it doth protest too much, the magazine is
backing down like a badly beaten mule at cliff’s edge. Mark Whitaker,
Newsweek editor said, “We’re not retracting anything. We don’t know
for certain what we got wrong.”
Doesn’t that also mean you don’t know what you got right? Their
purported source, a senior U.S. Government ofﬁcial, who for some
unknown reason wants to remain nameless, is not sure whether his
story is true. Newsweek says HE’S not sure if HIS story is true.
Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Back up here.
This guy thinks maybe he made a mistake. Now, he thinks? Post
mob rioting, he thinks? I’m thinking, this guy wasn’t thinking.
Then of course the White House decides to throw their lily white
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The Mosquito Serenade
Concert Series presents
Hotel California in a tribute
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summer music June 15. The
concerts are held Wednes-
days at 7 p.m. through
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glass bottles or dogs are
allowed. Call 378-6656 for
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June 22, Enterprise Star-
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HOTEL CALIFORNIA IN A TRIBUTE TO THE EAGLES
Don’t Miss Our Old Fashioned
Discover a different gold rush town
Arts Council Association’s Upcoming Events in
MAIN STREET Historic Weaverville
GALLERY Saturday, June 4....Docent led Tour of Weaverville’s Historic Buildings
2 p.m., meet at 215 Main Street, historic Weaverville
206 Main Street ART CRUISE - Gallery Tours and Shopping
5-8 p.m., historic Weaverville
Weaver ville, CA
Friday, June 10.......ALOHA NIGHT featuring Hawaiian musicians “Aikane”
530.623.2760 Mamma Llama Coffeehouse
Saturday, June 11...ART IN THE GARDEN - Highland Art Center
The works of Student,
Saturday, June 18...ROY ROGERS headlines Boogie & Blues Festival
Emerging & Accomplished Lee Fong Park Amphitheatre
Artists of Trinity County Friday, July 1...........Trinity Players Musical Melodrama
and Vicinity 7:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial Hall. Continues to July 4
West Coast Rodeo - 7 p.m., Lowden Park Arena
Saturday, July 2.......Museum & Blacksmith Shop open
10 a.m.-5 p.m., Trinity County Historical Museum
Stamp Mill Runs
1-4 p.m., Trinity County Historical Museum
West Coast Rodeo - 7 p.m., Lowden Park Arena
Sunday, July 3.........Museum & Blacksmith Shop open
10 a.m.-5 p.m., Trinity County Historical Museum
5 p.m., Lowden Park Arena. Early ticket sales 2 p.m.
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SKERIK’S SYNCOPATED TAINT SEPTET
Skerik to play
Positive Productions presents Tuesday, June 28,
the jazz stylings of Skerik’s Syncopated Taint Septet
to Sengthong’s Blue Sky Room, 5843 Dunsmuir Ave.,
in Dunsmuir. Show starts at 8 p.m. and doors open at
Skerik, the one-named saxophone legend hail-
ing from the ﬁghting city of Seattle, is famous for his
seminal work in punk-jazz bands including Garage-a-
Trois (with Charlie Hunter & Stanton Moore); Critters
Buggin; Ponga (with Wayne Horvitz & Bobby Previte)
and Black Flames.
He’s also the sideman of heavyweights including
Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Galactic, John Scoﬁeld,
Medeski, Martin & Wood, Charlie Hunter, and Les
Rolling Stone called him “Jazz’s Best Kept Secret”
and Jazztimes named him “The guy every band needs
for every occasion.”
Skerik’s Syncopated Taint Septet is a seven piece
all-star band made up of Seattle’s best Jazz musicians.
Skerik has his own views on Jazz with His Syncopated
Taint Septet - a mix of Monk, Mingus and Miles.
Those attending can also reserve a table for dinner
by telephoning Sengthong’s at 235-4770.
Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 day of show.
Listen to music, purchase tickets and find more
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Summer is right around the corner, and for many,
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families gathering as vacations near and far take on
that get away from it all feeling, promising to each and
all, that this summer will be the year, to truly celebrate
all the freedoms & festivities the season offers.
Tehama County and the outlying north state areas
serve generous helpings of local attractions.
The nonprofit sector has annual events slated
through the summer and into the fall. Many of these
events have grown into meeting and greeting arenas,
for area residents and tourists alike, to taste and test
the community fabric.
Community groups expertly search the landscape
to ﬁnd the much needed draw to their event.
One such group, that has performed at many of the
north state’s top events, has garnered the attention of
local television, radio and nonproﬁt promoters is the
One Nite Only band. Their recent appearance at the
State Theatre in a beneﬁt for the P.A.T.H. (Poor and
the Homeless) Group, kicked off their spring/summer
These appearances are all at free events and
June 11, Red Bluff, Relay for Life, 11 a.m., Vista
School playing ﬁeld
June 25, Blues for the Pool, Red Bluff River Park
One Nite Only & Millcreek Blues Band
July 4, Let Freedom Ring Festival, Red Bluff River
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the Berkeley-based band leader, singer-
Way Cool songwriter, ﬁddler, guitarist and bass
player, has quietly established herself as
one of the ﬁnest, most diversely talented
Music artists in traditional music.
And Rozum is a world-renowned
mandolin player with his own indepen-
dently released CDs and is a respected
For more on the group, visit their Web
site at www.laurielewis.com.
June 4 Future shows in the summer concert
series include The Kathy Kallick Band
on July 9, Chris Stuart and Backcountry
The Oaksong Society for Preserva- on July 23, Due West on Aug. 13, and
tion of Way Cool Music begins their Ledward Kaapana on Sept. 17, which
summer concert series in June with two will include a big Hawaiian barbecue.
performances. For more information on the concerts
John Reischman and the Jaybirds or the Oaksong society, go to www.
kick things off on June 4, followed by oaksongs.org or email info@oaksongs.
Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum on June com.
“These concerts are fast becoming
the destination of American Roots Music
Mount Shasta Film
fans, not only for the great performers, Festival offers
but because of the relaxing laid-back
setting,” Oaksong Society president ‘Visioning Tibet’
Barry Hazzle Sr. said. The new one-hour documentary ﬁlm
The six summer concerts are sched- Visioning Tibet will have its northern
uled to take place at Gray Pine Farm in California premier on Saturday eve-
Oak Run, about 15 miles east of Palo ning, June 25, at 7 p.m. at the College
Cedro. The venue also allows concert of Siskiyous-Weed Auditorium in Mt.
goers to buy a barbecue dinner or bring Shasta.
their own food and drinks. The ﬁlm reveals life in contemporary
“We can feed you great barbecue rural Tibet, while exploring the workings
dinners or you can bring your own picnic of the Tibet Vision Project, striving to
dinner and refreshments,” Hazle said. eliminate preventable cataract blind-
“Either way, we are providing a wonder- ness in Tibet for the past 10 years, under
ful venue to promote our society’s goal, the direction of Dr. Marc Lieberman of
which is appreciation and preservation San Francisco, and with the assistance
of American folk-based music.” of local surgeon Dr. Robert H. Ewing of
Tickets to each concert are $18 each Ashland and Yreka.
and $12 for the barbecue dinner. This Lieberman will be on hand to speak
year, the society is offering discounted with the audience and conduct a ques-
advance purchase of both concert and LAURIE LEWIS AND TOM ROZUM tion and answer after the ﬁlm.
dinner tickets for $26 per person, but On three different visits over several
they must be purchased two days prior years, Isaac Solotaroff, the director/pro-
to each concert. ducer, has captured on ﬁlm scenes of
Discounted tickets are available at Tibetan lives.
Bernie’s Guitar, 3086 Bechelli Lane, The narrative recounts how three
Redding, 223-2040, or at the Oak Run different “players” in this drama — the
Country Store in Oak Run, 472-1029. surgical training team from America, a
Credit cards, checks and cash can blind Tibetan nomad, and a blind Tibetan
be used for pre-sale discounted tickets. farmer — overcome their respective
Seating for each concert will be limited obstacles together when they converge
to 300. in an “eye camp” in remote Tibet, where
Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. with the lives of blind and forgotten Tibetans
the concerts slated to get underway at intersect with the technology and heart
8 p.m. Large picnic tables are available of Western medicine.
in the lushly landscaped surroundings. After his viewing the movie, His Holi-
The concert area has a raised wood ness the Dalai Lama wrote:
stage and grassy seating area. Con- “In Tibetan Budhist culture, numer-
certgoers should bring their own regular ous positive references equate clear
height lawn chairs, light jackets, bug sight with wisdom and knowledge and
juice and ﬂashlights. obstructions to it with ignorance and
John Reischman is simply the master negativity.
of the Kentucky mandolin, said Hazle. “The quest for the clear-sightedness
He is one those few musicians whose of wisdom is prized on a par with devel-
artistry eclipses his great technical oping the kind heart of compassion.
skills. But these largely concern cultivating
He has been compared to Ricky the mind.
Skaggs, David Grisman and others. But “It would be hard to find a better
the only similarity to any other mandolin example of putting these ideals into
player is that they happen to play the practical effect than Dr. Marc Lieber-
same type of instrument, Hazle said. JOHN REISCHMAN AND THE JAYBIRDS man’s decade long project to bring the
Reischman is that different, that recog- intricate skills of cataract surgery and
nizable and just too much of an artist to in 2005. johnreischman.com intraocular lens implantation to Tibet.
be compared to anyone. Other band members include Jim Back again for a third visit to Gray “By voluntarily training Tibetan doc-
“Any argument about John Reis- Nunally on guitar and vocals, Trisha Pine Farm are Laurie Lewis and Tom tors and nurses in modern eye care he
chman and the Jaybirds being a leading Gagnon on bass and vocals, Nick Rozum. They will be bringing along Todd and his colleagues have contributed to
bluegrass band can be settled by listen- Hornbuckle on banjo and Greg Spatz Phillips on bass and Scott Huffman on restoring the sight of thousands of the
ing to their exceptional third album “The on ﬁddle. banjo, guitar and vocals. rural poor in Tibet. What a great act of
Road West,” wrote Billboard magazine For more, see the Web site www. During the past two decades, Lewis, kindness.”
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Shasta Blvd. in Mount Art Center, 503 Main 7818 for more informa- 8th Annual English Acrylic and Digital Senior Center in Ander-
Shasta. Call 926-1050. Street in Weaverville. For tion. Tea and Garden Tour, Paintings by Jesus son. Lesson at 7 p.m. and
more information call 623- 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This Ramirez at the Humani- open dancing at 8 p.m.
Bluegrass Golden Old 5111 or go online to www. Highland Art Center is a self-guided tour of ties Center Gallery in For more information call
Time Music Festival highlandartcenter.org. presents Stefani Thomas four exceptional private the Trinity Hallway, CSU 547-5498 or 244-9645 or
at the Siskiyou County - Lefty Thinks Right, gardens and includes Chico through Aug. 25. go to www.justdanceclub.
Fairgrounds in Yreka Show at the Schreder batik, ceramic sculpture, English tea, music, art For more information call com
through June 5. Old time Planetarium, 7 p.m. See story gourds and graphite and boutiques. Donation 898-4642.
music, dancing, Mountain June 3 for more informa- drawings. Reception of $20 per ticket with map Aloha Party at Mamma
Man and Civil War Camp tion. tonight from 5 to 7 p.m. or 2 for $35 in advance Encaustic mixed media Llama Coffeehouse,
Who’s On First, a com- and more. Admission $15 The exhibit continues until only. Proceeds go to the on panel by Cynthia 208 Main Street in
edy by Jack Sharkey at - $58. Call 842-1611 or The Oaksong Society June 28. Shasta Lake Garden Proj- Schildhauer in Places Weaverville. The party
the Theatre on the Ridge 340-0214 for information. for Preservation of Way ect to help beautify the through Aug. 25 in Trin- features the Hawaiian
through June 11. For Cool Music presents 17th Annual Old Lewis- city. For information call ity 100, CSU Chico. For music group, Aikane.
information call 877-5760 Redding Dance Club their ﬁrst outdoor concert ton Peddler’s Faire, 8 275-0879 or 275-3360. more information call Doors open at 7 p.m.
or go online to www.totr. June Swing Dance, of the season at Gray a.m. to 4 p.m. The event 898-4642. and the show starts at 8.
org with West Coast Swing Pine Farm in Oak Run. features over 100 ven- McCloud Flea Market, 8 Tickets are $8 in advance
Lesson with Bob Walter. The concert features dors, pancake breakfast, a.m. to 4 p.m., downtown and $10 at the door and
A Horse of a Different Dances are open to the John Reischman and music, food and bever- historic McCloud. Food,
are available at Mamma
Color, Paintings and public. Go to www.red- the Jaybirds playing ages. Free admission. antiques and more. Llama, 623-6363, www.
Vessels by artist Anne dingdanceclub.net Bluegrass. BBQ dinner is For more information call mammallama.com or
Kinkade until July 4, 319 at 6:30 p.m., $12 each. 778-0506. Bluegrass Golden Old www.shopweaverville.
N. Mt. Shasta Boulevard A Bedroom Farce, a The concert begins at 8 Time Music Festival com
in downtown Mount comedy directed by p.m., $18 each. Tickets Almanor Ranger District at the Siskiyou County
Shasta. Call 938-2598. Russell Piette at the are available at Bernie’s is hosting a nature walk Fairgrounds continues. Chico Art Center
Riverfront Playhouse Guitar in Redding, 223- on the Lake Almanor See June 3 for more Presents: Celebrating
in Redding. Tickets are 2040 or at the Oak Run Trail, 10 a.m., beginning information. Eclectic Open Mic, Bidwell Park Centennial
available at the Redding Store, 472-1029. at the ranger station.
Poetry, Music, Dance, Membership Exhibition
Convention Center Box Telephone 258-2141. Humbug Hurry-Up Annual Storytelling at Sue’s Java until July 10. Opening
Ofﬁce, 225-4130 and are Annual Parking Lot Mountain Bike Race in Café, 1712 Churn Creek reception tonight 7 to 9
from $11 to $17. Tonight’s Sale at the Spiritual Pioneer Press Yard Sale Yreka at 10 a.m. Sev- Road in Redding. For p.m. The art center is
performance at 7:30 p.m. Enrichment Center, 1905 Extravaganza in Scott eral divisions available. more information call 229- located at 450 Orange
Hartnell Ave., Redding Valley. A map of the sales Call 467-3129 or go to 7818 or email bohemian Street, Ste. 6 in Chico.
The two-hour Forest continues from 7 a.m. to 1 is available from the Pio- http://users.snowcrest. @snowcrest.net For more information call
Service centennial ﬁlm p.m. Call 221-4849 or go neer Press newspaper. net/kgreen/. 895-8726 or go to www.
Show at the Schreder The Greatest Good will online to www.rcrs.org Scott Valley is located on chicoartcenter.com
Planetarium, 1644 Mag- be shown at the Cascade Highway 3, 16 miles west Redding Dance Club
nolia Ave., in Redding Theatre in Redding, Trinity Arts Council Asso- of Yreka off presents Dance Work- A Bedroom Farce, a
based on Discovery’s beginnning at 6:30 p.m. ciation sponsors Artistic Interstate 5. shops. Night Club and comedy directed by
Animal Planet vision of Free admission with Alchemy, a group of West Coast Swing with Russell Piette at the
plants and animals on ticket. Call 226-2500. visionary artists at their BLM Four Wheel Drive Competition Dancers Riverfront Playhouse in
earth in the next 5 to Main Street Gallery in Tour rescheduled for Theresa McGarry and Redding, 7:30 p.m. See
200 million years. Doors Weaverville. Reception today. Tour departs Phillip Chao. Dances are June 3 for more informa-
open at 6:45 p.m. with the today at 5 p.m. with live 8 a.m. from the BLM open to the public. Go to
show at 7 p.m. The show music, refreshments and Eagle Lake Field Ofﬁce www.reddingdanceclub. BareStage Theatre, 621
lasts 20 minutes and door prizes. The show and returns at 4 p.m. net Walnut Street in Red
costs $6 for adults and continues throughout Participants must provide Bluff presents Equus,
$3 for children under 18. June. For more informa- their own four-wheel-drive A Bedroom Farce, a a mystery thriller by
Tickets are available at tion call 623-3697. vehicle and bring lunch comedy directed by Peter Schaffer, weekends
the Shasta County Ofﬁce and water. Call 257-0456 Russell Piette at the through June 25 at 8 p.m.
of Education or by calling Bluegrass Golden Old for information. Riverfront Playhouse in Admission is $9 for adults
225-0200. The Trinity County Time Music Festival Redding. Today’s per- and $7 for students and
Chamber of Commerce is at the Siskiyou County Fourth Annual Pioneer formance at 2 p.m. See seniors, with group rates
BareStage Theatre, 621 joining with the Trinity Arts Fairgrounds continues. Day at Fort Crook Mu- June 3 for more informa- available. For reserva-
Walnut Street in Red Council, Crystal Phoenix See June 3 for more seum in Fall River Mills tion. tions or more information Equus, A Mystery-
Bluff presents Acoustic Gallery, Mamma Llama information. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. call 529-1241 or go online Thriller at BareStage
Nights 4, June 3 and 4 and the Scarborough Admission is free, with to www.barestage.com Theatre in Red Bluff. See
at 7 p.m. Local musi- Gallery for Art Cruise, Run to the Far Side of donations appreciated.
cians play their favorite 5-8 p.m., in Weaverville. Mount Shasta, motor- Events include demon- Free the Heart: A Healing
music. Admission is $7. Refreshments will be cycle memorial run from strations, entertainment Experience, three-day French Gulch Living
For reservations or more served. Yreka to Dunsmuir begins and a pig rafﬂe. workshop. The workshop History Day from 12 to 9
information call 529-1241 at North Yreka Shopping is hosted at the Spiritual p.m. The event features
or go online to www. A Community Centennial Center with 10 a.m. meet- A Bedroom Farce, a Enrichment Center, 1905 food, history displays and
barestage.com Celebration Festival cel- ing. This is a fundraiser comedy directed by Hartnell Ave. in Redding music all day. There will
ebrating 100 years of the for county veterans and Russell Piette at the for anyone 12 years and also be stage robbery and
Annual Parking Lot U.S. Forest Service will law enforcement. Regis- Riverfront Playhouse in B-Side Players play older and is presented mining town reenact-
Sale at the Spiritual be held at the Redding tration is $15. BBQ and Redding. See June 3 for Latin Funk at Sength- by David A. Jones, ments, gold-panning and
Enrichment Center, 1905 Convention Center, 10 entertainment at end of more information. ong’s Blue Sky Room, motivational speaker and more. Call 359-2008 or
Hartnell Ave., Redding a.m. to 4 p.m. Displays, the run. Call 842-1649 or 5843 Dunsmuir Ave. in transformational work- go online to http://fgws.
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call exhibits, games for 842-8010 for information. Dunsmuir, 7 p.m. Tickets shop facilitator. For more org/150th
221-4849 or go online to children, and more. Free
$10 in advance or $12 at information call 221-4849
www.rcrs.org admission. Folksinger John Brande- the door. Call ahead for or go to www.rcrs.org Ashland Artist Scott
burg at Sue’s Java Café, dinner reservations, 235- Huckabay CD Release
Greg Jones, master Stefani Thomas: Batik 1712 Churn Creek Road 4770 or call 641-4099 for Just Dance Club dance Party, 7:30 p.m. at The
of piano and song in and Drawings through in Redding. There is no tickets or more informa- with a Beach Party Stage Door, 414 N. Mt.
concert, 7:30 p.m. at The June 28 at the Highland cover charge. Call 229- tion. Theme at the Frontier Shasta Blvd. in Mount
Stage Door, 414 N. Mt.
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Shasta. Call 926-1050. Second Annual Red Bluff 12th annual Sierra Ne- The Redding Elks Lodge, fundraiser for the Mount City of Redding Sum-
Art and Wine Festival vada World Music Festi- 250 Elk Drive from 1 to Shasta International Film mer Art Reception and
Burney’s 11th annual on the Cone and Kimball val at Frogtown in Angels 5 p.m. Admission is $6 Festival. Tickets are $10. Floral Show, held at the
Community Yard Sale. Plaza 5 to 8 p.m. features Camp. This is a three-day for society members and City Hall Complex, 777
Telephone the Burney a variety of ﬁne art, wine music and camping festi- $10 for the general public. 5th Annual Services Cypress Avenue. The
Chamber of Commerce and specialty foods. Also val celebrating the sum- Call 246-7430 for more and Energy Fair in the exhibit will remain open
at 335-2111 for more art, pottery, jewelry, silent mer solstice and world information. City Hall Plaza, Redding through October 14,
information. Early Bird auction and more. Call peace day. It features 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2005. Reception today
maps of yard sale loca- 52-2482 or 529-0965 for roots reggae and world The Eastern Shasta Exhibits, activities for from 5 to 7 p.m. in the
tions will be available in information. music, international arts, County Sheriff’s Flying kids, vendors, free draw- Main Lobby of the Civic
The Intermountain News, crafts and cuisine. Tickets Posse presents Airport Equus, A Mystery-Thrill- ings and giveaways, food Center. For more informa-
www.im-news.com Shasta District Fair available at Ticketmaster. Day, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at er, BareStage Theatre in and more. Call 339-7222 tion call 225-4104.
continues. See June 15 For more information go the Fall River Mills airport. Red Bluff. See June 10. or 339-7215 for more
A Bedroom Farce, a for more information. to www.snwmf.com or call Breakfast served 7-11 information. David Lee Roth appears
comedy directed by (916) 777-5550. a.m. Business of Arts and at Win River Casino, 7
Russell Piette at the North Sam Singles June Crafts two-day work- Earth Angels Seminar pm. For tickets and more
Riverfront Playhouse in Outing at Antelope Lake Sweat Lodge - 20th shop in Redding, open Perfect Pictures by Chris- information call (800)
Redding, 7:30 p.m. See of Hwy. 89 through June Anniversary of Earth
to anyone taking their ty Whitman, 11 a.m. to 1 280-UWIN or go online to
June 3 for more informa- 19. Any single person Circle, weekend of prayer work to the marketplace. p.m., on how to improve www.winrivercasino.com
tion. with a self-contained and celebration. Sweat Registration deadline every area of your life.
vehicle and a member of lodges, teachings, drum July 12. $35 fee for Perfections is an illusion. Mosquito Serenade
Good Sam Club is invited groups, storytellers, free SCAC members and $45 274 Hartnell, Redding, Concert Series presents
to attend. Call 384-1025 camping and more. Call for non-members. Fee telephone 221-9234. $8 Hammer Smith Band
for more information. 468-2277 for more infor- includes handouts and for advanced purchase, playing Rockin’ Blues.
mation. refreshments. BYO lunch. $10 at the door, including The concert series is held
Pepper Lewis “Living Call 241-7320 for more $2 toward purchase of Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
The Solution” at Mt. information. any item at Earth Angels. through August 17 at the
Shasta Resort, 1000 Anderson River Park.
Siskiyou Lake Blvd., Mt. Bring chairs or blankets.
Shasta; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; No smoking, glass bottles
Downtown Business $100 includes lunch. For or dogs allowed. Call
Workshop, Worker’s more information, call or 378-6656 for informa-
Compensation Fraud- stop by Earth Angels, 174 tion or go online to www.
What can you do about Hartnell Ave., Redding, or ci.anderson.ca.us
it? 6 to 6:45 p.m. at Show at the Schreder call 926-4790.
Angelo’s Pizza, 1774 Planetarium, 7 p.m. See Show at the Schreder
California Street in down- June 3 for more informa- Planetarium, 7 p.m. See
town Redding. For more tion. June 3 for more informa-
The Oaksong Society for Skerik’s Syncopated
information or to register tion. Preservation of Way Cool Taint Septet, a seven
call 243-7773 or go online Equus, A Mystery-Thrill- Music presents Laurie piece all-star jazz band
to www.vivadowntown.org er, BareStage Theatre in Equus, A Mystery-Thriller, Lewis and Tom Rozum from Seattle at Sength-
Red Bluff. See June 10. BareStage Theatre in at Gray Pine Farm in Oak ong’s Blue Sky Room,
Kids Unlimited six weeks Red Bluff. See June 10. Run. BBQ dinner is at 5843 Dunsmuir Ave in
performing arts camp 8th annual Kryon Sum- 6:30 p.m., $12 each. The Dunsmuir. Doors open at
June 13 to July 23. The mer Light Conference Cruisin’ Paradise concert begins at 8 p.m., 7 p.m. with the show at The funky world trance
camp is for students age “The Lemurian Confer- weekend continues with Lyle Lovett and His $18 each. Tickets are 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 in grooves of Hamsa
seven to 18. More infor- ence.” Three-day event a car show, craft show, Large Band at the available at Bernie’s Gui- advance or $12 the day of Lila will be on stage at
mation available on the continues through Sun- peddler’s fair, live enter- Redding Convention tar in Redding, 223-2040 the show. Call 641-4099 MarketFest in Downtown
website www.kuia.org or day, June 19. Seminars tainment all day, and an Center, 8 p.m. Tickets or at the Oak Run Store, or go online to www.posi- Redding.
by calling 226-6758 to be held at College of evening barbecue. For available at the Redding 472-1029. tiveporoductions.net
the Siskiyous in Weed. more information, see Convention Center Box Shasta College Summer
For more information, call June 17. Ofﬁce, 225-4130 or online Equus, A Mystery-Thriller Charlie Musselwhite, Theatre Festival presents
or stop by Earth Angels at www.reddingconven- at the BareStage Theatre blues legend and his The Little Prince, 8 p.m.
in Redding, 174 Hartnell Blues Rollers at The tioncenter.com in Red Bluff. See June 10. band at the Cascade The production is ﬁlled
Ave., Redding, 221-9234, Stage Door, 414 N. Mt. Theatre in downtown with fantastic scenic
or call 926-4790. Shasta Blvd. in Mount An evening with legend- The City of Shasta Lake Redding, 8 p.m. Tickets tricks, dance and magic.
Shasta, 7:30 p.m. $8 ary Cowboy Singer/Song- will be holding their an- available at the Cascade Performances through
Cruisin’ Paradise Week- cover. Call 926-1050 for writer Don Edwards at nual City Celebration Box Ofﬁce, 243-8877 or July 9. Tickets are $10
end today and tomorrow. more information. 7 p.m. at Ingram Hall, 2005, marking the 12th www.cascadetheatre.org general admission and
Today’s events include a McArthur Fairgrounds. anniversary of the city’s $5 for children. Call 225-
Mosquito Serenade tri-tip barbecue, a classic Fantasy Renaissance Tickets are $20, available incorporation, at Margaret 3901.
Concert Series presents car cruise, followed by Faire in Dunsmuir. at the door night of the Polf Park on Shasta Dam
Hotel California, tribute a concert featuring Flash Includes banquet Renais- show, 6:30 p.m. Boulevard beginning at 4
to the Eagles. The free Cadillac. For more infor- sance Feast, combat and p.m. There will be a bar-
concert series is held mation call the Paradise archery performances, becue tri-tip dinner, live
Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Celtic games and more. entertainment, children’s
through August 17 at the at 877-9356 or go online For more information call activities and ﬁreworks.
Anderson River Park. to www.paradisechamber. 1-800-Dunsmuir.
Bring chairs or blankets. com The Spiritual Enrichment
No smoking, glass bottles Win River Casino pres- Center in Redding hosts
or dogs allowed. Call Mount Shasta’s Third Fri- ents Championship an Affordable Adventures
378-6656 for informa- day Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m. Boxing at 6 p.m. featur- motor coach to Ash-
tion or go online to www. The event is located in ing Eddie Sanchez and land’s Shakespearean
ci.anderson.ca.us downtown Mount Shasta David Jackson. Call (800) Mosquito Serenade Festival. The tour is $75.
every third Friday of the 280-UWIN or go online Concert Series presents For more information call
Shasta District Fair month until September. to www.winrivercasino. Enterprise Starship, 221-4849 or go online to
through June 19. Tickets Includes art displays, com for tickets and more pop music show band. www.rcrs.org
available at Safeway, musical performances, information. The concert series is held
Carl’s Jr. in Redding, the community art projects Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Tribute to The Trees,
Fair Ofﬁce, 378-6789 or and more. Call 938-0130 Boogie and Blues through August 17 at the a dinner and concert in
at www.shastadistrictfair. for information. Festival, 6 p.m. at Lee Anderson River Park. the Dunsmuir Botanical
com Tonight, winetasting, Fong Park Amphitheater Bring chairs or blankets. Gardens. The concert, by
$10 plus fair admission. Dance Night with Mitch in Weaverville, featuring No smoking, glass bottles the Palo Alto Chamber
Barrett, 7:30 p.m. at the Roy Rogers and the Delta or dogs allowed. Call Orchestra is proceeded
Stage Door, 414 N. Mt. Rhythm Kings and Buddy 378-6656 for informa- by a gourmet dinner. Res-
Shasta Blvd. in Mount Reed. Tickets $20 in ad- tion or go online to www. ervations are required.
Shasta. This is the ﬁrst vance or $25 at the door. ci.anderson.ca.us Call 1-800-Dunsmuir.
of the new Lets Dance For more information call
Series. $2 cover-charge. 623-2656. Fiddle Around Day in
Call 926-1050 for more McCloud. Enjoy blue-
information. grass and Celtic music
plus a ﬁddle contest of
Shasta District Fair con- McCloud’s Main Street.
The bubbling West tinues. See June 15 for Call 964-3273.
African rhythms of Kotoja more information. Tonight,
will perform at MarketFest Charlie Daniels Band Visioning Tibet ﬁlm
in Downtown Redding. at 8 p.m. Dress circle at the College of the
seating is $15 plus fair The hip Brazilian-ﬂavored Siskiyous Theater in
Equus, A Mystery- admission and grand- alterna-pop music of Mos- Weed, 6:30 p.m. This
Thriller at the BareStage stand seating is free with The Rivercity Jazz quitos will be on stage at one-hour documentary
Theatre, Red Bluff. See fair admission. Society’s June Concert MarketFest in Downtown reveals life in contempo-
June 10. featuring Sister Swing at Redding. rary rural Tibet and is a
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An Evening with the Legendary
Tuesday, June 21 ~ 7 p.m.
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