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We knew he was funny, but even his most devoted fans had to be surprised that Bill Engvall managed to Paso Doble his way to the finals of "Dancing with the Stars" in November. After that achievement,...
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...
I feel like this column should come with a diagram, a portable fan and a stiff drink. Sigh. After a week of looking into this particular subject, here's my conclusion: The closer you get to election day, the stinkier things get.
This is the ninth of 12 candidate profiles for Bakersfield City Council races in Wards 1, 3, 4 and 7. Remaining profiles will be published in subsequent days.
Last year's annual San Joaquin Community Hospital medical staff meeting drew 50 people. Sunday night nearly 300 attended to hear celebrated pediatric neurosurgeon, best-selling author, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Dr. Benjamin Carson...
City council races are foot races. That is the advice Matthew Braman received before he took on the journey of campaigning for the Bakersfield City Council Ward 7 seat.
The plan after I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer more than a year ago was to write a triumphant article about how I beat it.
Whoa, whoa, WHOA! I've gotta call time out when a political campaign in a totally different county tosses Bakersfield under the bus.
An alleged distracted driver struck and seriously injured two Foothill High School students who were walking to school Thursday morning, leaving one of them in critical condition.
An 81-year-old Bakersfield man who suffered an unknown medical problem while driving himself to the hospital Saturday afternoon crashed into two parked cars and died later that day at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital.
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