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My Titanic Moment

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A few years ago…okay, many years ago! Like, 45 years ago, during a period of unusually hars...

A Little Self Promotion

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We're a pretty proud bunch over here at the magazine…and with good reason. Our job is cele...

OMG, I've been “frugaled”!

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Those that know me know I have an obsession with PopTarts (see editor’s letter 29-3); Cherry PopT...

Rock-n-Roll All Night

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Back before MTV, the Internet, and iPods; and prior to $300 VIP meet-n-greets and international farewell/retro-comeback tour...

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Rock-n-Roll All Night

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Back before MTV, the Internet, and iPods; and prior to $300 VIP meet-n-greets and international farewell/retro-comeback tours, rock concerts were a way of life for me and my friends...

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Citizen Kern - Harry Wilson

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To be an artist is to give your life for the creation of a world closer to your heart’s desire, to quote my art history professor...

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Growth From The Ground Up

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Take one look at the 2012 gross value of all agricultural commodities produced in Kern County and it’s easy to see why our county has such an impressive ranking on a national level...

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Quality Amenities Attract Top Rate Events

Written by Alan Tandy

Bakersfield’s civic facilities are some of our city’s key advantages. The City’s strategy is to make Bakersfield more competitive in attracting events and performances by providing top quality amenities to enhance our quality of life...

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Playtime in a Progressive City

Written by Mayor Harvey L. Hall

Bakersfield’s civic facilities continue to serve up exciting new entertainment choices as both the population and business grow...

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Burger Heaven

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There’s a saying around these parts: “Why eat a burger when you can eat a burger?”

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You've Got Company

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

You’re on your way home from work and your cell phone rings. It’s your parents. Or maybe your grandparents. Or, perhaps it’s your old college chums. In any event... They’re coming to town!

So no matter what the relation, you’re going to have to play host to some self-invited guests who’ll want to see the sights...

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City Gems

Written by Tracie Grimes

Amid the thriving, expanding horizon of today’s Bakersfield landscape, city planners designed venues that would not only put our city on the map, but help to spark the growth of our community’s cultural backdrop.

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Revenge of the Nerds

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Things that were once seen in a negative light are now what’s in. Locally, we are not only up to step with this trend, but we are also more than a little savvy on a myriad of subjects that can be seen as geek chic. You can say our love with everything geeky started a long time ago—just not “in a galaxy far, far away...”

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Midnight Battle at Midway

Written by Sarah Woodman

Until the fall of 1908, when the lands thought to be valuable for petroleum were withdrawn from agricultural entry, it was possible for two people to claim rights to the same section of land—one under mining law and one under agricultural law. Understandably, this led to numerous conflicts. One such conflict arose in April 1901.

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