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Whether you hail from the Emerald Isle, the land of the Scots or merry old England, all Bakersfield clans are poised to unite -- and you won't have to put this union to a vote -- when the Celtic...
British goth rock pioneer David J. Haskins makes a rare visit to Bakersfield on Friday night, much to the delight of the children of the night.
But don't expect a traveling cavalcade of caskets,...
No fooling around: Legions of young music fans are falling in love with Mickey Thomas, even if they don't know it.
Decades after he burned up the charts with the Elvin Bishop-penned "Fooled Around...
The story of my sisters' trip to see the Beatles live at the Hollywood Bowl on Aug. 23, 1964, has become the stuff of legend in my family.
I've probably wrecked their memory banks to the point of...
There’s no shaking Aaron Watson’s commitment to keeping the independent spirit of Texas alive in his music.
From his respect and admiration for the music of Waylon Jennings to his solidarity with...
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No one said it would be easy building high-speed rail over the Tehachapi Mountains. But who knew it would be this hard? Newly released documents show engineers trying to find the most efficient bullet-train route from Bakersfield to Palmdale have encountered unexpected difficulties, including...
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags at grocery and convenience stores, driven to action by pollution in streets and waterways.
Kern County Assessor-Recorder candidate John Lifquist didn't really approve this week's Facebook attacks on his opponent, Russell Johnson. He hadn't even seen the long social media posts, accompanying unflattering pictures of Johnson, that portray the Bakersfield City Council member as uninformed...
The Facility for Animal Care and Treatment center at Cal State Bakersfield accepts about 200 injured or orphaned birds each year. The staff at FACT can usually save about half those birds.
Kern County Fair-goers were outraged Thursday when hundreds of sold hogs housed in a three-section ring erupted in fights.
Jordyn Elizabeth Frapwell passed away on September 23, 2014. A life ended too soon, Jordyn will be best remembered for her love of learning, her passion for dance and her zeal for lively discussion.
No one said it would be easy building high-speed rail over the Tehachapi Mountains.
FRESNO — Julie Dianne Farmer, the only defendant to go to trial in the Crisp & Cole mortgage fraud case, was sentenced Monday to three years in prison — 14 less than prosecutors had sought in what a federal judge called an emotional “nightmare” of a case.
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