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Celebrate 'Mayday' with the Dora Street Brass Quintet May 1

Celebrate 'Mayday' with the Dora Street Brass Quintet May 1


UKIAH – Celebrate springtime with the Dora Street Brass Quintet.

This lively concert, entitled "Mayday," will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 1.

Come hear the quintet, which has been heard around the world. The members of the quintet are not only exceptional musicians but will definitely have you in bouts of laughter with their banter, possibly requiring a true "Mayday" distress call.

Music selections will span the centuries from the Renaissance, Baroque, and classical to Latin, show tunes and Jazz. The show will not only be an aural feast but a visual one as well with a full light and multi-media performance.

There may even be some singing involved (remember ... "Mayday"). It will be fun and entertaining for the entire family.

The group will be performing at Ukiah's newest entertainment venue, theMIX, located at 75H Kunzler Ranch Road, Ukiah.

Tickets are reasonably priced at $10 for adults, $6 for seniors and students, children 5 may attend for free.

Tickets are available at theMIX and at the Mendocino Book Co.

For more information and tickets call 707-463-1614. Be sure to get your tickets soon as the concert is expected to sell out quickly.


Harbor Village Artists to host Saturday art demonstrations

LUCERNE – Community members are invited to take part in Harbor Village Artists' art classes and demonstrations this Saturday, April 10.

Demonstrations in spiral ...

Soper-Reese makes ticket sales available online

Soper-Reese makes ticket sales available online


LAKEPORT – It’s now easier than ever to get tickets for upcoming events such as Triskela or the Spring Dance Festival held at the Soper-Reese Theatre.


Second Sunday Cinema

CLEARLAKE – In these times of crisis there are many hugely encouraging signs of responsiveness and responsibility.

Researcher, entrepreneur and author Paul Hawken ha...

Raunchy comedy of 'Hot Tub Time Machine' travels well

 Raunchy comedy of 'Hot Tub Time Machine' travels well

From left, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Rob Corddry and John Cusack star in
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