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Honed by years of performing, Kama Ruby's talent for charming audiences has served the popular Bakersfield chanteuse well.
The singer, whose voice sets the mood for an evening of elegance and...
There will be no strings left unstrung when the Great 48 bluegrass jam picks its way back to the DoubleTree Hotel this weekend.
Now in its sixth year, the popular four-day festival will stick to its...
It wasn't a groundbreaking year for the new and different in the local music scene. In fact, many of last year's noteworthy movers and shakers threw in the towel or disappeared without a word. And...
No one could have predicted that two polar opposites of the musical spectrum, country and rap, would one day align themselves as a force, or farce, to be reckoned with.
But according to Dusty "Tex"...
Brian Regan's ability to fill theaters to capacity without dropping a single expletive is an anomaly these days, given what many people consider to be funny.
And Regan, 57, wants to assure fans he...
Kern County supervisors declared a fiscal emergency Tuesday and endorsed a plan for navigating the treacherous budget wilds ahead. Falling oil prices are expected to strip about $61 million from county property tax revenues in the fiscal year that starts July 1, turning a robust outlook into a...
With the passage of Proposition 2 in 2008, California voters decided certain farm animals in the state, including egg-laying hens, must be allowed to turn around, lie down, stand up and extend their limbs on their own.
Residential development is returning to the northeast, the widening of Highway 178 should start later this year, and a roughly $2.5 million expansion of Mesa Marin Sports Complex is being designed, Bakersfield officials told residents Tuesday night at a community meeting.
Public schools are in the thick of a wholesale shift in both how students are instructed and how they're tested. That shift largely involves implementation of new federal learning guidelines known as Common Core State Standards.
Apologizing that her home looks like it was cleaned with an eggbeater, Lillian Haggard Rea welcomes a visitor with an offer of water -- "or would you rather have a beer or champagne?
Kern County supervisors declared a fiscal emergency Tuesday and endorsed a plan for navigating the treacherous budget wilds ahead.
A Bakersfield man who was badly injured by flying shrapnel during the August 2013 demolition of an old power plant owned by Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
The attorney representing Bryan Oliver and his mother in a multimillion dollar claim against the Taft Union High School District has filed a scathing response to the district's cross complaint seeking money from the Oliver family to pay for injuries shooting victim Bowe Cleveland suffered.
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