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Sunday Cinema Series: Love is Strange

Sunday Cinema Series: Love is Strange
Sunday Cinema Series: Love is Strange
01-18-2015 - 01-18-2015
Folsom Public Library
http://library.folsom.ca.us
Admission: Free
 
(916) 355-7374
 
Start Time(s): Sun 1pm-3pm
Folsom Public Library and the Folsom Film Society present the film screening, Love is Strange
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ARTful Women: Six Voices in Cloth

ARTful Women: Six Voices in Cloth
ARTful Women: Six Voices in Cloth
01-23-2015 - 03-12-2015
Gallery at 48 Natoma
http://www.folsom.ca.us/depts/parks_n_recreation/gallery_at_48/gallery_at_48_Natoma/default.asp
Admission: Free
 
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Start Time(s): Mondays-Fridays 9am-5pm Additional Hours: Tuesdays & Wednesdays 6pm-8pm  
Its not just a scrap of fabric Artists that work in contemporary textiles frequently go so much farther than typical of other art forms Where drawing and painting are often the finished product in other media, that is just where a fiber artist begins Using original designs the artists are frequently manipulating the material, dyeing, printing, painting, cutting, stitching, embroidering, embellishing, and then sewing pieces together into intricate patterns 
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Vegetarian Main Dishes Worth Celebrating

Vegetarian Main Dishes Worth Celebrating

Megan Myers


Root Vegetable and Potato Skillet Cake

During the holidays, with Thanksgiving turkeys, Hanukkah briskets and Christmas roasts, veggies and alternative proteins can get little love on the dinner table, relegated to simple sides. But vegetarian dishes can shine as the main attraction, especially when using fresh, flavorful and seasonal ingredients... Read More

Sheriff: Boy trades stolen guns for pot


El Dorado County sheriff's investigators say a 14-year-old boy traded his grandmother's guns for marijuana and they don't know who has the firearms now.

The boy, who is from Missouri but staying with his grandmother in Wilton (Sacramento County), took a sledgehammer to her safe, took her two guns inside, and drove off with her car Monday night, according to sheriff's Deputy Chris Stelz.

Tuesday morning, the grandmother reported to authorities that she spotted her grandson in her stolen car near Union Mine High School in El Dorado where he is a student. She saw him while driving a school bus for an El Dorado school district.

Union Mine and Charles Brown Education Center were placed on lockdown as a precaution. Responding deputies located the boy on the 6000 block of Pollock Avenue in El Dorado.

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10 Gifts Under $10

10 Gifts Under $10

Elizabeth Leader Smith

Stocking stuffers, host gifts, secret Santas, oh my! Even little holiday gifts can really add up. Luckily, we’re here to show you how to get more for less with our best bets under $10.

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Two El Dorado school lockdowns lifted, suspect taken into custody


Both Union Mine High School and Charles Brown Elementary School were placed on precautionary
lockdown Tuesday morning Dina Gentry, a spokeswoman for El Dorado County Office of Education, confirmed.

The lockdown was placed at 8:21 a.m. while sheriff deputies located an unidentified individual. The individual was later taken into custody and t
he lockdown was lifted at 8:37 a.m. Classes continued in their normal fashion, Gentry said.


No information was given on why the suspect was taken into custody.

Indictment for man charged in huge California fire


SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A man previously charged with deliberately starting a huge Northern California wildfire that burned a dozen homes has now been indicted by a grand jury.

El Dorado County District Attorney Vern Pierson announced that 37-year-old Wayne Allen Huntsman was indicted Monday on one count of arson of forest land, with multiple aggravating factors.

His attorney, Bob Banning, did not return telephone and email messages.

Huntsman's bail remains at $10 million until his next court appearance on Jan. 23. Huntsman pleaded not guilty, as he did to a similar complaint in September.

The indictment charges that he "willfully, unlawfully, and maliciously" set what developed into the King Fire. The blaze burned more than 150 square miles east of Sacramento and forced thousands of evacuations.