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Documentary sheds light on ancient land and its people

March 5, 2014

Adventure photographer and author Andy Selters is taking his acclaimed documentary to Mammoth Lakes next weekend.
Beginning at 7 p.m. at Edison Theater, Selters will present “Mountains of the Blue Sheep: A Journey Beyond the Himalaya,” a stunning and not-to-miss inside look at a recent expedition to a previously unexplored area at the northern tip of India.
The live multi-media presentation is a visual and auditory journey to a far, seldom-visited corner of the world – what Selters describes as a “vastness of mountains and glaciers that shelters people and wildlife in ancient patterns.”

Inyo Film Journal No. 279 ‘Delusion’ defines trio’s lifestyles as they travel Death Valley

March 5, 2014

“Delusion” tells the story of an embezzler setting out from Los Angeles with money stolen from his computer company. The business has been gobbled up by a larger company. His latest product, under development for several years, is at the mercy of the new management. He walks into an executive meeting, telling his partners and team that some of them would be retained, and the rest downsized by Christmas. There is the expected defeated silence in the room.

Ooolation singers to perform music from around the world

August 2, 2013

Malcolm Dalglish and the Ooolation Singers will perform on the patio at the U.S. Forest Service Scenic Area Visitor Center in Lee Vining on Sunday, August 4 at 7 p.m.

Dennis Regan to perform ‘LIVE!’ in Bishop

January 16, 2013

Stand-up comedy courtesy a national headliner and live musical numbers by local performers will combine next weekend at Playhouse 395’s largest fundraising event in several years.
Dennis Regan, a self-proclaimed purveyor of “clean, corporate comedy,” will bring the laughs to the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop on Saturday, Jan. 26.
The event, “LIVE!,” is restricted to residents and visitors ages 18 and older and includes food, drink, raffles and silent auctions.

Mountain Mike’s Meaty Grilled Cheese Sandwich

April 19, 2012

2 slices of sourdough, rye or multi-grain bread
1-2 strips bacon, lean, thick-sliced, maple-smoked (optional) pork, turkey, beef or vegetarian all work equally well)
Cheddar, Swiss and Gouda cheese, very thinly sliced
2 slices medium-sized meaty tomato, set aside on paper towel to remove excess juice
1 tsp. butter (optional)
pepper, salt, granulated garlic
1. Fry bacon to desired crispness. Remove from pan, pour out some of the drippings. Or wipe out quickly with a paper towel, depending on amount of crispiness desired on outside of sandwich.
2.Turn pan down to medium low.

Grilled Sourdough with Pepper Jack, Tomato and Basil

April 13, 2012

Grilled Sourdough with Pepper Jack, Tomato and Basil
4 slices sourdough bread Fresh basil
4 slices pepper jack cheese Tomato slices
Butter Ortega chiles (optional)
Butter outside slices of bread. Heat skillet. Assemble 1 slice of cheese, then tomato, then basil, add other cheese slice and top with bread. Cook slowly until cheese is melted and bread is crispy. I also like to add Ortega chiles. If you have kids who are picky eaters, use a cookie cutter before cooking to cut into kid-friendly shapes that are easy for them to hold. Enjoy.

2012 Mule Days headliner up for top music award

February 9, 2012

Terri Clark, the 2012 Mule Days concert headliner, has been nominated for a 2012 Juno Award in the Country Album of the Year category for her eighth studio album, “Roots & Wings.”
Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. In the United States, the Juno Awards are commonly considered the Canadian equivalent of The Grammy Awards.
Terri Clark is the previous recipient of two Juno Awards – Best Country Female Artist in 2001 and Best New Solo Artist in 1997.

Indy-infused folk-rock band coming to Bishop

January 6, 2012

Buster Blue, an indie-infused, folk-driven band with an “eclectic sound that jumps from breezy folk pop to loud unhinged rock and sounds like it belongs in an illicit speakeasy retrofitted for the new millennium” will be performing live at the Inyo Council for the Arts later this month.

Eyer wins Altrusa’s ‘Best of Show’ 2011

October 20, 2011

More than 163 works of art were displayed by local residents at the recent Altrusa Art Show and Sale.
Held Oct. 1-2 to coincide with the Owens Valley Cruisers Falls Color Show and Choo-Choo Swap, the 13th annual fundraiser and celebration of local artistic talent resulted in Christine Eyer winning Best of Show.
According to Altrusa spokesperson Ruth DeCray, the visiting public had been asked to vote for “Best of Show” from among the almost 200 works on display.
More than 300 residents and visitors weighed in, with Eyer’s watercolor, “Returning,” receiving the most votes.

 

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