Carr Fire Downtown Housing Project: Volunteers Transform Neglected Cottage For Fire Survivors

Shortly after the Carr Fire destroyed more than 1,000 north state homes, Wendy Hill and her fiance Sam Van Kirk took a walk one evening in their downtown Redding neighborhood. They’d just returned from being evacuated, so the topic of… Continue Reading


‘Cooking at the Cascade’ Served Fun, Food & Films

What a fun four weeks, but alas, all good things must come to an end. Friday’s Cooking at the Cascade finale was a blast, although a bit different in format from the previous three Fridays. First, Linda Regan-Bott and Carl Bott (Linda’s main-man… Continue Reading


Something Good is ‘Cooking at the Cascade’ (again)

Dinner and a Movie at the Cascade Theatre was so much fun in January that come Friday, we’ll enjoy the first of a four-part encore. Bravo! It’s the same concept – popular culinary-themed films, food demos and delicious samples – with just a few changes.… Continue Reading


A Gift for Foodies: The Cascade is Cooking up Something Good

Countdown: Two shopping days until Christmas. Don’t panic. I have a gift idea. The Cascade Theatre has partnered with sponsors Jefferson Public Radio, Carmona’s Appliance Center, Pages Copy Center and Food for Thought: A News Cafe to create a first-ever… Continue Reading