Category: Arts and Events – NorCal

One Of These Days Our interview With Nathaniel Smith

Photos courtesy of Nathaniel Smith      I love to write, always have. It’s a medium that has been a cathartic God-send but sometimes the words just won’t flow. I can’t fight it, the struggle is REAL. When I’m feeling any kind of writer’s block I have to just walk away and wait for the words to find me. And in reflecting on this, it’s led me to the opinion that sometimes these words aren’t for me. They’re for you. I’m only the medium from which the words can be put on paper, beyond that, they belong to you. This...

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Meet The Artist – Hasty Family: A Picture Perfect Business

By Molly Barber     I’m competitive. My family is competitive. That’s the enviroment I was raised in. I can remember throwing darts before Christmas to see who got to open a present on Christmas Eve. I can remember everytime we went fishing having bets for the first fish, the most fish, and the biggest fish. I remember almost everyday my brother and I playing my dad at basketball. The wager being, the loser had to say the winner was better than Michael Jordan… Now this might not seem like a big deal to you but Michael Jordan was...

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Behind the Music with LANCO

The ONLY country band to achieve a PLATINUM single prior to a debut album release By Molly Barber     Lyrics are important. For me, they can make or break a song. I think it’s always a special moment when you hear a song for the first time and can relate to the lyrics.        I remember when I got back from Bolivia I heard the song Burning Man from Dierks Bentley and Brothers Osborne. It was like he was inside of my soul- ♪ “I still go wherever the wind blows me but I always find...

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Renowned Photographer’s Son Carries on Historic Legacy With the Art of Small Agriculture- David Leland Hyde

       Even if some Americans today do not recognize his name, most are familiar with Philip Hyde’s iconic 1960s and 1970s landscapes that appeared in a solo show at the Smithsonian, campaigned to establish many US national parks and popularized the large coffee table photography book. Philip Hyde also co-founded the Plumas County Museum, which now fittingly will host the first show of David Leland Hyde’s exhibition, “Agriculture West and Midwest: Visual Stories of a Fading Way of Life from 17 States with Special  Emphasis on Plumas County,” from September 7 through December 29, 2018. David Leland...

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Collateral On The Road with Phillip Phillips

Photos by Jesse DeFlorio and Molly Barber     Technology has had a massive impact on the music industry in the last couple of decades. The internet changed the game with Napster and YouTube. Cellphones allowed people the convenience of adding to and carrying on them their media library. And television, well television brought us American Idol.       American Idol is a singing competition series that first aired in 2002. Contestants battled it out for weeks on end for the winning prize of a record deal with a major label. The contestants not only had to make it...

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