In a controversial move, Grass Valley plans to transform Neil Street into a year-round, downhill ice-skating rink, despite local objections. Residents are already adjusting to the pedestrian-only Mill Street and its cobblestones, with some expressing concerns over safety and practicality. As Grass Valley pushes forward with innovative ideas, the city risks skating on thin ice with its inhabitants.
Grass Valley's iconic Del Oro Theater introduces "Tushy Tuesdays," where moviegoers can gain free admission by baring their buttholes at the ticket booth. This daring deal, limited to one admission per family, promises a cheeky experience with the theater ensuring discretion and privacy through a specially-designed "Butthole Booth."
An elderly man stricken with the coronavirus has requested that his dead body be dumped in front of Mill Street businesses that insist on staying open during the pandemic.
The current shelter-in-place orders are a "target-rich" environment for Jehovah's Witnesses.
Grass Valley's Mill Street transformation ignites a battle between progressive city officials and conservative residents, who see the pedestrian walkway as a symbol of "wokeness" and liberal agendas. The city now faces the challenge of balancing modernization with preserving traditions, while quelling the debate over its direction.
For over a century, Nevada City CA's leaders have worried that their unusual and conspiratorial opinions might be the subject of public scrutiny.
Then Donner Family Buffet promises all kinds of authentic Donner Party Food.
Grass Valley's BriarPatch COOP has installed a traffic roundabout around its salad bar to mixed reaction.