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    Honoring Johnny Cash

    January 2014

    Get jazzedNew year, new fashion

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    ALSO IN THE ISSUE:Food & Wine 8

    Entertainment 5

    Shopping 16

    Health & Fitness 18

    Calendar 21

    Social Glimpses 22

    ON THE COVER:Cirque Ziva rolls into Harris Center

    COVER PHOTO COURTESY

    Folsom gets into jazzFind out about Januarys jazz festival in Folsom

    See page 5

    Copyright 2014. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission

    of the publisher. The publisher shall not be responsible for any liabilities arising from the publication of copy

    provided by any advertiser for the Folsom Lake Entertainer. Further, it shall not be liable for any act of omission

    on the part of the advertiser pertaining to their published advertisement in the Folsom Lake Entertainer.

    A publication of Gold Country Media.

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    General Manager: Jim Easterly, (530) 852-0224, jime@goldcountrymedia.com

    Publisher: Ryan Schuyler, 916-351-3750, ryans@goldcountrymedia.com

    Editor: Don Chaddock, 916-351-3753, donc@goldcountrymedia.com

    Associate Editor: Laura Newell, 916-351-3742, lauran@goldcountrymedia.com

    Advertising staff: Jessica Bowman, Debbrah Campbell

    Production supervisor: Sue Morin

    JANUARY 2014Volume 4 Number 1

    Johnny Cashs music lives on in Folsom 6Walking Phoenixes take to stage at Harris Center

    Check out these signature drinks 12Highlighting popular cocktails from around the region

    Crab lovers rejoice 14January ushers in crab feed season

    J

    anuary. Its a new yearand our fourth for pro-

    ducing this magazine.I remember when ourthen publisher Ken Lar-son asked me what Iwould like to see and myresponse was simple an arts and entertain-ment publication to com-plement our two newspa-pers (the Folsom and ElDorado Hills Telegraph).After months of planning,we launched Folsom

    Lake Entertainer.Starting our fourth year

    of publishing this maga-zine, the response con-tinues to be positive. Lau-ra Newell, who took overas associate editor for the

    magazine, has continuedto carry the originalvision of serving the com-munity with this thingsto do publication.

    As far as things to do,

    our area offers so muchin the way of live per-formances.

    The Walking Phoenixesput on a great JohnnyCash tribute show at Har-ris Center for the Arts (see

    page 6). There are alsonumerous theatrical

    groups such as SutterStreet Theatre, Free FallStage and El DoradoMusical Theatre (per-forming in Folsom).

    Since their new sea-sons are still under wrapsas I pen this piece, checkFolsomTelegraph.com fortheir schedules andupcoming shows.

    As always, let us knowwhat youd like to see and

    how we can improve.

    Editor Don Chaddock can be

    reached at donc@goldcountry-

    media.com. Follow him on Twit-

    ter @anewsguy or call him at

    donc@goldcountrymedia.com.

    Don

    Chaddock

    Editor

    Another year of things to do

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    FOLSOM LAKE ENTERTAINER JANUARY 2014 3

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    4 JANUARY 2014 FOLSOM LAKE ENTERTAINERONTHECOVER

    BY LAURA NEWELL

    FOLSOM LAKE ENTERTAINER

    The Harris Center for the

    Arts stage will light up withmovement and color as 25

    acrobats display their talentswith props as varied as laddersand giant spinning wheels.

    Founded by Lien Chi Changin 1967, the Golden DragonAcrobats have toured interna-tionally for more than 30 years.

    With a large cast and colorfulset designs, Cirque Zva isdescribed as a fast-paced, tech-nically innovative and beauti-fully presented new show,based on an art form born inChina 2,500 years ago.

    Family shows are some ofthe most popular events at theHarris Center, and this is afresh new show by one of thepremier Chinese acrobat com-panies currently touring the

    United States, said Dave Pier,Harris Center for the Arts exec-utive director. What these per-formers are able to accomplish the seemingly impossible isamazing. Its a great example ofhuman creativity, expression,teamwork and excellence;what people can achieve if they

    set their minds to it. We expectboth shows to sell out, so peo-ple should buy early to avoiddisappointment.

    Cirque Zva was created in2011 for a 10-week engage-ment at Asbury Park Board-walks Paramount Theatre byDanny Chang, artistic director

    of the Golden Dragon Acrobats.Dannys approach to the

    production was simple hewants to create a show that iseye catching and breathtak-ing, said Jeremy Chang, whospoke on behalf of DannyChang. In order to do so, theproduction was designed so

    that the audiences would nothave time to relax between dif-ferent acts.

    Cirque Zva will be per-formed at 2 and 7 p.m., Satur-day, Jan. 18, at the Harris Cen-ter for the Arts at Folsom LakeCollege, 10 College Parkway,Folsom. Tickets are $21-$34,with premium seating for $45.

    For more information andtickets, visit HarrisCenter.net.

    KNOW AND GO

    What: Cirque ZvaWho: Golden Dragon Acro-batsWhen: 2 and 7 p.m., Saturday,Jan. 18Where: Harris Center for theArts at Folsom Lake College,10 College Parkway, FolsomCost: $21-$34, premium $45Info:HarrisCenter.net

    Colors, movement merge in Cirque ZvaCOURTESY PHOTOS

    Cirque Zva features 25 acrobats displaying their talents with props, including ladders and giant spinning wheels.

    Cirque Zva is describedas a fast-paced, technicallyinnovative and beautifullypresented new show, basedon an art form born in China2,500 years ago.

    Cirque Zva will be performed Saturday, Jan. 18, at theHarris Center for the Arts.

    What these performers

    are able to accomplish

    the seemingly impossible

    is amazing.Dave Pier, Harris Center for the Artsexecutive director

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    ENTERTAINMENTFOLSOM LAKE ENTERTAINER JANUARY 2014 5

    Jazz Festival hitshigh note

    BY MARGARET SNIDER

    FOLSOM LAKE ENTERTAINER

    More than 130 groupsare registered forthe 25th annual

    Folsom Jazz Festival, anall day event on Jan. 25

    taking place at two ven-ues: Folsom High Schooland Rolling Hills Chris-tian Church. Since Fol-som High School is host-ing the event, its award-winning jazz choir andjazz band will not becompeting, but they willbe performing severaltimes throughout the day.Jazz Band I and JazzChoir I will perform inthe evening at RollingHills Christian Church.

    Its an enormousundertaking, said RichGay, president of the Fol-som High School MusicBoosters. There are somany students (who) arepart of this, its justamazing.

    The estimated numberof students participating

    from throughout Califor-nia as well as westernNevada and southernOregon will range from1,200-1,500.

    Professional recordingartists from the jazz worldwill also perform, includ-ing Donny McCaslin, Bri-an Lynch, The Com-manders US Air ForceBand, George Stone, andthe American River Col-

    lege Vocal Jazz Ensemble.Folsom Highs music

    program, including itsnationally recognizedjazz choir and jazz band,has been under the direc-tion of Curtis Gaessersince 1987.

    The Folsom High

    School jazz choir and jazzband and just our entiremusic program is a chal-lenging and rewarding

    experience, said seniorTristan Bonds, 17.Gaesser heads it all. Hesthe master puppeteer.

    Bonds started out withmusical th