Civic leaders and community organizers in the nation's self-proclaimed marijuana capital, announced this past week that the iconic former Gold Rush town nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills will host a "Halloweed Parade" on Wednesday, October 31st.
In a week that outstrips the ordinary and embraces the extraordinary, Nevada City has once again proven that it's not just a town, but a living, breathing, occasionally streaking anthology of the unexpected. From its streets, where the line between the mundane and the mystical blur, to its latest, bold civic decisions, this small town has become the epicenter of an eclectic series of events that could fluster the most imaginative fiction writer.
At Dr. Al Capopped's clinic, it's more than chiropractic—it's a revival. With his 'Neck-o-Matic' and comedic dance routines set to dial-up tones, he's straightening out the 'Tech Neck' epidemic one chuckle at a time.
Sal Smith of Alta Sierra likes to tell anyone who'll listen that wine is good for the heart.
A local church is working to reduce racism in the grandpa generation.
In what activists are calling "the great relief," a spokesperson for th Nevada County-based group called Look Up! proclaimed that yesterday marked the 501st day without the scourge of overhead chemtrail spraying of our local skies.
An out-of-area man has made a startling discovery after his girlfriend send him a series of Google Street View screen shots.