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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...
Elements Venue will play host to a Friday triple bill sure to please both current California reggae rock enthusiasts and those who prefer more roots with their riddim.
Headlined by rising San Diego...
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The Kern County Young Republicans endorsed candidates Wednesday in four Bakersfield City Council wards, prompting one incumbent to question how the group made its choices.
Six days after the Bakersfield City Council dismissed two of five Golden Empire Transit board members, the remaining three completed CEO Karen King's performance evaluation Tuesday and gave her a nearly $4,100 raise.
COMMON CORE: Think you are smarter than an eighth-grader? Then consider this ridiculously hard question that appeared on a Common Core exam at Fruitvale Junior High School, along with the witty response from the student.
This is the second of 12 candidate profiles for Bakersfield City Council races in Wards 1, 3, 4 and 7. Remaining profiles will be published in subsequent days.
A father with custody of his four young children died Monday morning after he was discovered wounded in the front yard of a northwest Bakersfield home near Columbia Elementary School, police and his attorney said.
The head football coach at Taft Union High School, who was put on paid administrative leave after a hazing incident, complained at a crowded school board meeting Monday night that he's been "stripped of something" he loves for doing the right thing.
A local farming company has sued four Kern County oil producers, claiming their waste disposal injections contaminated groundwater it uses for irrigation.
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