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From Asperger’s to Eagle Scout

Becoming an Eagle Scout for any boy is not an easy task, but for Oak Ridge senior Jordan Lee, it was even more of a challenge because he has Asperger’s Syndrome. Asperger&rs ...

Come and celebrate a long-gone era

Renaissance Productions will once again bring the magic of a lost age to life in Folsom Lion’s Park. Queens of England, ambassadors from foreign lands and juggling jesters, ...

Folsom Symphony strikes a noteworthy event

In a bucolic setting in El Dorado Hills, patrons of the Folsom Symphony gathered recently for this year’s benefit gala, "Evening Under the Stars." Those in attendan ...

Piloto brings his band, Klimax, to Harris Center

The fourth and final international treat that has made up the Four Slices of Cuba Series at Harris Center for the Arts in Folsom is also one of the most sophisticated pop bands in ...

Folsom Muslim group opens doors to community

The Muslim Community of Folsom will have an Open House Lunch event this weekend to introduce themselves to the public. “This is an event three decades in the making, going b ...

Larger tax credit for TV, movies seen as boon

The more than tripling of California’s film and television tax credit, signed into law last month by Gov. Jerry Brown to help put the brakes on “runaway” producti ...

‘Back to Broadway’ coming Friday

High Voltage’s first cabaret of the season, “Back to Broadway,” is set for 7 p.m. Friday at the Harris Center for the Arts. The “Back to Broadway” ca ...

‘Sutter Street Sam’ walks to inspire others

Sam Schiller, known to many as “Sutter Street Sam,” is known for his enthusiasm and kindness to other Folsomites. Now he wants to share his story in hopes of inspiring ...

Media Life: Newcastle contractor constructs Johnny Cash Trail span

Folsom’s new $3.8 million overcrossing on the Johnny Cash Trail gets the ribbon-cutting treatment on Saturday with the Man in Black’s daughter Rosanne Cash helping out. ...