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A More Colorful Red Bluff

Many artists will tell you that they see canvases everywhere. For Heather Griffin-Vine and the Tehama Creatives, that happened to be down an alley in central Red Bluff. Turn onto Antelope Boulevard off Interstate 5 and the first thing that will catch your attention is the large-scale rendering of a woman in Día de Los […]

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Red Bluff’s State Theater A Community Passion Project

Memory can be a powerful thing. And collective memory is a whole other beast all together. Perhaps it is what has given such legs to the restoration of the State Theater in Red Bluff. Sit a minute in one of the plush, burgundy seats that slope toward the center stage. Take in the spectacular winged […]

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New River Trail Markers Part of Larger Legacy

Take a walk on the river trail. Turn left, turn right. Climb up a small incline studded with wooden steps; notice the changing colors of the leaves along this one spot. Stop a minute to catch a slight breeze that picks up along the water line. Go on, explore. That’s what Jim Kennedy would do. […]

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