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The Tehachapi Museum is open each First Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., serving wine, champagne and appetizers. In March, the Tehachapi Museum will continue to feature the Cuddeback Family, early Tehachapi pioneers.

One of the great perks of this “job” is having the opportunity to meet so many talented and charming artistic people to be featured at the Spring Art Show. All the artists we’ve spotlighted are donating works of fine art so you, the members of our viewing public, can take one of them home.

The Bear Valley Springs Cultural Arts Association will present its 33rd annual Spring Art Show during Easter week. The show will begin with the Art Show Gala Opening on April 8, and will close on Easter Sunday, April 16.

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The Tehachapi area is defined and delineated by its mountains. Valleys in the Tehachapi Mountains tend to be bowl valleys, ringed by mountain ridges on all sides, rather than open ended V-shaped notch valleys. Our mountains surround us, they help determine our weather, and they are a perpetu…

One of the most remarkable and unforgettable places in the Tehachapi area is a Buddhist retreat nestled up against two rocky canyons in Sand Canyon. The Mountain Spirit Center is an exotic and gorgeous place that welcomes anyone who will respect its peaceful atmosphere. This calm and serene …

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