Yaks Live Art Moves To The Cascade For Special Show

A magical night of unfolding artistry awaits on stage and in the lobbies of the Cascade Theatre, as Yaks Live Art moves from the Discovery Village patio to the Cascade for a Northstate Music & Art Show Experience in September.… Continue Reading

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Doni’s Best Deal on Two Wheels: A Little Red Free Spirit

My first bike was a shiny, sturdy trike with handlebar streamers. In 1961, it joined my twin’s bike and younger sister’s Radio Flyer wagon in a shipped wooden crate that followed the family during our relocation from Canada to Redding. By the time I… Continue Reading

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Age is Just a Number: Redding Octogenarian Still Tears Up Singletrack

At 81 years of age, Earl Bydalek hasn’t really grasped the concept of slowing down. Well, maybe just a little. “I just had a hip replacement at Christmas,” he said. “I’m still riding, but more conservatively.” Bydalek, who moved to… Continue Reading

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Finding Traction for the Redding Area’s Bicyclists

Cycling in the Redding area appears to have reached a potential coming of age. About 150 miles of paved and unpaved recreational trails invite bicyclists in the Redding area, thanks to the efforts of the Bureau of Land Management, the… Continue Reading

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Taken By Two Wheels: A News Cafe’s Cycling Series

A News Cafe is proud to introduce its first series: “Taken By Two Wheels; Cycling in the North State.” Whether you’re a daily bike rider or haven’t straddled two wheels since childhood, we think you’ll enjoy this comprehensive look at… Continue Reading