Nevada City Advocate exclusive: Last hurrah for Mardi Gras?
Some businesses are wondering if the annual Mardi Gras parade is good for business. For others, the answer is obvious. Read all about it exclusively in the March edition of the Nevada City Advocate, your free community newspaper that will be delivered beginning today to racks and businesses in Nevada City, Grass Valley, North San Juan and Penn Valley.
The month's edition will take an exclusive look at the future of the Nevada City's annual Mardi Gras celebration. In addition, the newspaper will have reports on how much Nevada City is spending to prepare for the 2010 Amgen Tour of California, Nevada City's bid to be a Google test site and a preview of the city, county and congressional elections.
The March edition also will include an update on the upcoming Preservation Conference, the status of the Powell House project, and more details on the new Greenhouse School of Music. Amigos, Nevada City's new Mexican restaurant, and Scooter's Pals, an organization that is dedicated to saving dogs' lives, are featured as well.
On the entertainment side, there are stories on CATS upcoming season, Music in the Mountains SpringFest concert series, the 21st annual Psychic Fair and on a Boston jazz singer who will be performing at the Chief Crazy Horse Saloon in Nevada City and the Copper Top Lounge in Grass Valley.
There's also our monthly entertainment and public affairs calendar, which covers two pages. We've also added a new columnist, the Computer Slueth, who looks forward to answering those annoying computer questions.
This and more in the March edition of the Nevada City Advocate.
Advocate racks can be found at SPD, BriarPatch, Pine and Broad Street, Flour Garden in the Brunswick Basin, Classic Cafe, Northridge Restaurant in Nevada City, Hills Flat Lumber, South Pine Street Cafe, Cafe Mekka, Java Johns, outside of Bonanaza, Mother Truckers and four locations in North San Juan.