When you walk into Protech Auto Service on West "J" Street, you'll notice an odd juxtaposition: while half the office looks like the typical lobby of an auto repair business, the other half looks like a coin shop, with display cases of shiny silver coins and other coin memorabilia.
Simone Gao is a local resident and promoter of the Shen Yun musical production. Gao served as the emcee of the New Tang Dynasty Television's Chinese New Year Gala, which has evolved into Shen Yun Performing Arts in 2007.
Singers are invited to join The Tehachapi Symphonic Chorus, which performs with the Tehachapi Symphony Orchestra, at weekly rehearsals. On May 17, the groups will be performing two beautiful pieces of music: a chorus from Brahms's German Requiem, and "Lux Aeterna" by modern American composer Steve Dobrogosz.
Each singer, ages 15 and up, must either read music or have an accurate musical ear to learn their part and be available to attend weekly Monday night rehearsals beginning Feb. 23, as well as extra rehearsals with the orchestra in the weeks prior to the concert. Individuals interested in joining are asked to call director Kathy Kelly for an audition at 823-9036.
Tehachapi Community Theatre is proud to announce its Tickets For Charity partnership with Have-A-Heart Humane Society, Tehachapi CA for opening night Friday, Jan. 30 of their new adult comedy "Sylvia."
As a gong strikes, sounds from 5,00 year old Chinese instruments rise to blend with a 40-piece Western orchestra.
Last time I wrote about what the term "hacking" means from several standpoints. The last article mentioned the most non-technical ways that hacking occurs, so this time I want to cover more technical aspects of hacking so we can have firm understanding of what actually happens when we hear the term used in the media.
On a wall in Downtown Tehachapi, a mural depicts a group of people dancing in 1915 -- celebrating that happy day 100 years ago when the first electric street lights were installed locally. Up until that point, indoor and outdoor lighting alike was primarily provided by kerosene lanterns and lamps.
Winry Rayne Trone was born Oct. 29, 2014, weighing 7 lbs. 10 oz., to Jonathon and Ashley Trone.
Photographers it's that time of year again! Tehachapi Valley Art Association (TVAA) is sponsoring it's 9th annual February photo contest. Grab your cameras and get busy snapping those last minute perfect photos.
"Sylvia" is Tehachapi Community Theatre's newest main stage production, opening Friday, Jan. 30, and continuing through Valentine's weekend. It's about relationships... a man, his wife and the stray dog, Sylvia, he finds in the park and falls in love with. The man's affection for Sylvia costs him his job and almost his marriage.
St. Jude's Anglican Church will bring the Alpha Course to the Tehachapi community, beginning at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 26. The free, 10-week program designed to be a welcoming, friendly environment to explore questions regarding the Christian faith, has been enormously successful for over 25 years in helping people of all ages and walks of life discover answers to the questions of life: "Why are we here?" "Who is Jesus and what does He have to do with me?" "What does it mean to be a Christian?" Each gathering begins with a meal, followed by a video and a discussion. The supportive atmosphere welcomes all questions without judgment, and the small groups are often filled with laughter as well as understanding as participants work through issues together.
Alpha will be held at 1200 S. Curry St. Childcare will be provided for those with young children. Early sign ups before Jan. 19 are encouraged. For more information, contact Steve Smith at 305-6317 or email email@example.com.
The Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce and the 52nd Annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival Committee are looking for a theme for the 2015 Tehachapi Mountain Festival. The Festival will be on Aug. 15 and 16.
Original or unique theme ideas should be submitted to the Chamber by 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27. The winner will receive a $100 prize, along with V.I.P. treatment and an invitation to ride in the Mountain Festival Parade. Participants are allowed to submit an unlimited number of theme ideas, but only one winner will be chosen.