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  • Local Law Enforcement and Public Health Team up for 9th National Take Back Event

    Have you been trying to figure out what to do with your expired, unused and unneeded medications? Do you know that the FDA now recommends NOT disposing of most medications down the drain? We have a solution for you! For the 9th time, Redding Police Department, Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, Shasta County Health and Human [...]

    Nash Ranch Mud Mash on September 27 to Benefit Library

    The second Nash Ranch Mud Mash will be held September 27 and will benefit the Shasta Library Foundation, with proceeds helping improve the Shasta Public Libraries in Redding, Anderson, and Burney. The 5K Mud Run will be held in the fields at the historic Nash Ranch. Race times start at 10:00 am for the first [...]

    Thom G: 7 essentials for canine first aid

    Dogs make lousy patients. Not only can’t they tell you where it hurts, but they’ll troop on forever with an injury just because the sights and smells in the outdoors are so delicious. But with a height that’s right about grass level, and a penchant for keeping their noses to the ground, dogs can run [...]

    Once Upon A Brew Pub – North Coast Brewing Co.

    I have always found the rugged beauty of the northern California coast both peaceful and awe-inspiring. Once a year I have a job in Manchester, just south of Fort Bragg, CA. Fort Bragg is home to North Coast Brewing Company, which has some absolutely wonderful brews. So of course it is imperative that I stop [...]

    Andrea Charroin: Fried Green Tomatoes

    On a stroll through Redding’s Certified Farmers Market, I spotted some amazingly beautiful green tomatoes. Yes, GREEN. I had an inspiration. My kids need to try fried green tomatoes. I marveled that I had never made the delicious beauties for my kids. Sheesh, what kind of mother am I! I would like to believe fried [...]

    Christian Baldini, North State Symphony Finalist: ‘I believe in a collaborative approach with the musicians’

    Today we meet Christian Baldini, the one of four finalist contenders vying for the North State Symphony’s Music Director opening left by Kyle Wiley Pickett. Q: Welcome, Christian Baldini, to aNewsCafe.com. I know you are a busy guy, so we are especially grateful to you for taking a few minutes to chat. You are the [...]

    Living Hope’s ‘The Shack’ Next Sunday Meal: Sept 21 at The Stirring

    A message from Mike Mojarro, director of Living Hope Compassion Ministries: We will be presenting The Shack Sunday September 21 at the Stirring at Churn Creek Road in Redding. The Shack is a pop-up non-profit restaurant. We serve wonderful meals with fresh organic ingredients from our garden that is managed by former homeless clients. One hundred [...]

    Dear Redding,

    It’s been a while since I’ve visited you, almost seven years. I hadn’t even written you. So I admit I was a bit wary and nervous when I flew into Redding Municipal Airport a few weeks ago. Would you remember me? Have I changed? Had YOU changed? But I needn’t have worried. As soon as [...]

    Menu Please: Sushi and Serenity at Sakura

    “Jiro Ono serves Edo-style traditional sushi, the same 20 or 30 pieces he’s been making his whole life, and he’s still unsatisfied with the quality and every day wakes up and trains to make the best. And that is as close to a religious experience in food as one is likely to get.” - Anthony Bourdain [...]


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