The exhibit of Rock and Roll memorabilia at the Carnegie Arts Center is coming to close, but won't be leaving the stage without a peek behind the scenes.
All the beloved characters from the Dr. Seuss books, from Horton to the Cat in the Hat, to Gertrude McFuzz and The Grinch, are coming to life in the Turlock Youth Performing Art's Senior Company's production of "Seussical Jr."
The Carnegie Arts Center is bringing a touch of Yosemite's grandeur to the Valley with the Yosemite Renaissance Art exhibit.
The upcoming slate of shows from the Turlock Community Theatre is hoping to tickle people's funny bones and get their toes tapping.
Stanislaus County Office of Education's YES Company is bringing the classic musical "Peter Pan" to the Gallo Center for the Arts for a two week run.
Kidz Bop, the #1 music group for children in the United States, is embarking on their 30-city national "Dream Big, Sing Loud" tour and will make a stop at the Gallo Center at 7 p.m. on July 27.
The Merced College Theatre Society is staging the dark comedy "Dead Man's Cell Phone," by playwright Sarah Ruhl.
The Stanislaus County Fair opens its all-star concert line-up with five-time Grammy winner Wyonna Judd on July 11, and the stars keep on coming throughout the fair's 10-day run.
The First Presbyterian Church is inviting the community to celebrate Independence Day with jazz and hymns.
The Carnegie Arts center will be hosting their annual Garden Party from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at The Greenery Nursery.
The Carnegie Arts Center is opening an exhibit to the public Sunday the likes of which most people would only see by traveling to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
Ukulele phenomenon Victoria Vox will be performing and leading a unique workshop for other ukulele aficionados on May 15 at the Carnegie Arts Center.
Mr. Warmth himself, Don Rickles, is bringing his biting comedy to the Turlock Community Theatre stage May 17.
"Memphis," the Broadway musical that won four Tony Awards in 2010, including for Best Musical, is coming to the Gallo Center for the Arts.
When I heard that Cameron Diaz was publishing a book, I was skeptical. "Another celebrity, another book deal," I thought. However, after witnessing her intrepid publicity campaign for the book, from social media to guest appearances on the Oprah Winfrey Network, she piqued my interest.