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Table of Contents ON THE COVER: Steve Kimock.....................................8 Performing with all star line-up in Grass Valley

Body & Soul.......................................5 Nevada City to host annual Psychic Fair

Home & Garden..............................14 Grow your garden now Local experts offer tips

Automotive......................................18 Motorists, cyclists need to watch out for each other

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‘Body & Soul’ connects spiritual leaders, healers
‘Surprise’ musicians part of annual event
he historic Miners Foundry in Nevada City provides the setting for a weekend-long psychic fair that has been a foothills tradition 24 years running. Spiritual insight and earthly treasures are blended in this event, set Saturday and Sunday, March 2324. Called “Body & Soul,” the fair features spiritual leaders and healers who will offer readings, lectures, workshops and other services. It also gathers crystals, gem essences, one-of-akind clothes and accessories, potions, lotions, artisan jewelry and more. There will be food vendors to feed the body and healers to soothe the spirit.

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“Everyone is looking for something different,” said Kat Kress, event coordinator for the Miners Foundry. “Some are looking for a crystal because they’re feeling a little tired. Or they want a reading with an exceptional psychic. Some come and don’t know what they’re looking for, but they find it here.” Another aspect of this metaphysical happening, Kress said, is that “surprise” musicians appear to entertain the visitors. The event is a benefit for Miners Foundry Cultural Center, a nonprofit cultural center at 325 Spring St. in Nevada City. The foundry was built in 1855 and grew up with Nevada City, serving the mines and miners pof the foothill region.

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WHEN: March 23-24 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, WHERE: Miners Foundry Cultural Center, 325 Spring St., Nevada City COST: $5 AGE RANGE: All ages INFORMATION: Call (530) 265-5040 or visit minersfoundry.org
Over the years, metalworkers at the foundry also exercised their skill fabricating equipment to ease the difficult life of those settling the western regions. The foundry is the 1879 birthplace of the Pelton wheel, an invention which revolutionized hydroelectric power.

Tarot reader Marin Graves will be among those at this year’s Body & Soul event in Nevada City.

The Miners Foundry in Nevada City will host the 24th annual Body & Soul psychic fair this month.

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Kimock
By Paul Cambra
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is instrumental in the music scene
Veteran Bay Area guitarist brings all-star lineup to Grass Valley
music and be a fantastic musician.” John Morgan Kimock, 23, will not be accompanying his father on the trip to Grass Valley at the end of the month. There will, however, be a top-notch trio of well-traveled players alongside him on stage. Drummer Wally Ingram has played with Sheryl Crow and David Lindley. Bass player Andy Hess boasts the Black Crowes on his resume. And keyboardist Bernie Worrell? Well, he’s only a founding member of Parliament-Funkadelic and a Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer to boot. “I get to see this guy every night go through his stuff, he can’t play anything wrong,” Kimock said. “He was one of those child prodigies on the classical piano. He’s got this ridiculous innovative use of synthesizer for melodies; he’s equal parts European classical and cartoon music. It’s a delight to play with him every night.” Kimock’s reputation has largely been based on instrumental improvisation; just
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eems like Steve Kimock has made a career out of playing with legendary Northern California musicians. And we’re not just talking members of the Grateful Dead, though he did time with just about every member for the better part of three decades. There were names like Bruce Hornsby, Melvin Seals, Pete Sears, John Cipollina and Nicky Hopkins. But they all came in tied for second when he had to name his favorite person the share the stage with. “The most rewarding, by far, is playing with my son John,” Kimock said, from his home in Lehigh Valley, Pa. “By some incredible blast of goodwill, my first born grows up to love
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don’t call them Kimock moved a jam band. back to “In the late Pennsylvania 70s ‘jam band’ 10 years ago to was a slur the be closer to music industry family. He came up with,” grew up in he said. “It was Bethlehem, like a slam on and, like many the live music who were 10 scene because years old when they couldn’t the Beatles hit get their manuthe scene, factured boys thought it bands to sell would be cool tickets. I never to be in a embraced that band. handle. Even “I rememGuitar virtuoso Steve Kimock, second from left, and his new band, from left, today it’s so ill ber I saw Joan drummer Wally Ingram, keyboardist Bernie Worrell and bassist Andy Hess will defined, maybe rock Grass Valley on Saturday, March 30 at the Center for the Arts. Baez on TV, more of a marketfinger picking ing handle as opposed to a musical style.” and I thought ‘that was so cool, how do you do That being said, while Kimock has touched upon a that?’” slew of genres over the years - folk/rock, salsa, psyBut for all of the musical styles he consumed - from chedelic - most of his bands have not had singers, John Coltrane to Captain Beefheart to Ravi Shankar though his salsa band, “The Underdogs,” with saxohis greatest musical influences were still family and phonist Martin friends. Fierro, did on “It’s the people more than one you are closest to “I remember I saw Joan Baez on TV, occasion have an that make the “eternally pregfinger picking and I thought ‘that was so cool, biggest impresnant woman” sion,” he said. how do you do that?’” sing everything “My Aunt Dottie in Spanish for was a folk singer, them. my cousin played “We’re mostly instrumental with a good bit of the guitar. To this day, I can’t pick up the bottleneck improvisation because I’m a terrible singer,” he said. without thinking of Billy Goodman, or the slide gui“Bernie sings some, and I am occasionally pressed tar without thinking of Frank (the folk/rock group into service, as some kind of novelty act. A lot I write The Goodman Brothers was his first Bay Area is song spaces that are right for putting your imagiband).” nation into it, with space for listening.” Kimock said he looks forward to a return to
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Presenting

Steve Kimock
Northern California. For all his time spent on San Francisco stages, he always lived a rural life, in either west Marin or Sonoma County, for a while caretaking a sheep ranch in Bodega Bay. He feels more comfortable creatively in a natural setting.

With Bernie Worrell, Wally Ingram and Andy Hess
WHEN: 8 p.m. Saturday, March 30 WHERE: The Center for the Arts. 314 W Main Street, Grass Valley TICKETS: $25 members, $30 non-member. Available at The Center Box Office, (530) 274-8384 ext. 14; BriarPatch Co-op Community Market, (530) 272-5333; www.thecenterforthearts.org

“The whole experience to me feels like getting abducted by aliens and dropped into this advanced civilization”
“I get super jangled in a city,” he said. So then, how does a Pennsylvania country boy fare in Japan? The band is fresh off a headlining slot at the Fuji Rock Festival. “The whole experience to me feels like getting abducted by aliens and dropped into this advanced civilization,” Kimock said. “The language barrier is insurmountable. Anywhere I go in Europe I can at least read the alphabet and figure stuff out. But Japan is like another planet.” It was, however, not without its high points, Kimock found the fans there to be a more than capable audience. “The coolest thing, at least as it pertains to music, is they are so into the music as an audience,” he said. “They really follow the dynamics of the band, they are very participatory. When you are hushed they curl up and hush with you and when you jump on it they’re on their feet.” Will Nevada County be up to the task in measuring up to the Japanese audiences? It may not matter to Kimock. He’ll just be happy they speak the same language. Steve Kimock, with Bernie Worrell, Wally Ingram and Andy Hess will play the Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 30. Tickets are available at The Center Box Office, BriarPatch Co-op Community Market and online at www.thecenterforthearts.org
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tions. If it frosts or there’s snow, peas will need to be covered or brought into a sheltered area, she advised. Later in the growing season, she suggests planting peas next to a sunflower. That way, as the sunflower grows, it provides a stalk for the pea plant to climb. Want to get you your children involved in the gardening process? Germane suggests choosing things that grow fast and taste good - such as strawberries and blueberries. “(Strawberries) are

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or local gardeners, sunny days and warming temperatures signal the growing season is just around the corner. But while you’re waiting for full-on spring weather, there are things you can plant now, says Charlotte Germane, marketing assistant at Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply in Grass Valley. Blueberries, peas and lettuces are among the cold hardy choices - and they work well for container gardens. Still there are cau-

also great to grow in wall pouches that you hang on a fence or wall,” she said in an email. Radishes are another excellent choice because they are one of the fastest-growing vegetables, giving children quick results for their efforts. At AG Natural in Grass Valley, general manager Peter Wilcox “Smart Pot” pouch- introduced his 2es, made of fabric, year-old daughoffer a breathable ter to gardening alternative to traditional pots and are last year. “I used only ideal for hanging on walls or fences. organics and (courtesy Peaceful kept (the plants) Valley Farm Supply) nice and low to the ground,” he said. “I just stuck with the basics.” Wilcox created a container garden using Smart Pots are fabric pots, or available in many “smart pots,” sizes and shapes to accommodate a which he recommends because variety of garden plantings. “they breathe.”
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“You can put them in the ground or put them on decks,” he said. “(In the garden), the roots will grow through the planter into the ground. I had them on the porch, so there was no soil underneath. They did amazing. We had an amazing vegetable garden last year.” Among the many things Wilcox grew were bell peppers, cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes, jalapeno peppers, onions, green onions, habanero peppers, artichokes, asparagus and carrots. His daughter got to be involved in almost every part of the process.

“I didn’t let her touch the peppers, just in case,” he said. “That’s the only thing I didn’t really let her do.” And part of the fun was enjoying the results. “When we’d pick the carrots, we’d go inside and chop them up and eat them,” he said. When preparing containers for gardening, Germane recommends using potting soil, which contains perlite and is not as heavy and compact as regular garden soil. Wilcox suggests using compost tea to feed the plants. He describes it as a bacteria-rich tea that can be sprayed on or

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Awareness rule of the road this spring
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Motorists, cyclists need to watch out for each other
need to be careful when driving near bicyclists, and motorcyclists. Bicyclists have to follow the same laws as cars. Bicyclists usually stay on the right side of the road. Be cautious when changing lanes. We need to share the road and work together as a team.” What should motorcyclists and bicyclists keep in mind? “Always wear a helmet. Follow all speed limits. Speeding is the number one cause for collisions. Look out for road conditions.” Who: Kurt Stephens, Sales and Service, Tour of Nevada City cycle shop. Are bicyclists getting ready for spring rides?

arm weather usually means more drivers and riders hit the road. The Marketplace took some time to talk to area law enforcement and a cycle shop to get some tips on how to safely share the road. Who: Dina Hernandez, Public Relations Officer for California Highway Patrol Grass Valley Office 1. Do you notice an increase in accident between motorists and motorcyclists and bicyclists on the road in spring? Why or why not? “Yes, they all come out when the weather is nice. Motorcyclists should avoid, objects in the road, stay out of blind spots, follow speed limits, and look out for deer. Motorcyclists should make sure they wear all their safety equipment.”

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Buy Any Taco & Get 1 of equal or lesser value. (1 taco per coupon)
Good only at Grass Valley location. 1 coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other special. Prices subject to change w/o notice. Expires 4-15-13.

FREE TACO

EQUIPMENT RENTALS

Good only at Grass Valley location. 1 coupon per person, per visit. Not valid with any other special. Prices subject to change w/o notice. Each dinner consists of: 1 ground-beef taco, 1 Expires 4-15-13. ground-beef enchilada, rice, beans and salad.

DINNER $ FOR 2

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79

302 Railroad Ave. • Grass Valley
www.gold-n-green.com

Open 7 days

273-0064
Any Garment
Cleaned & Pressed

1937 Nevada City Hwy Grass Valley

We’ve Gone Green!
Everyday Low Prices And Other Services SENIOR SPECIAL every Wednesday $3.25 any garment (55 and older)

SAVE-ON CLEANERS
Laundry Shirts

$
Exp. 4/15/13

Prepaid. With coupon. Excludes leather, gowns & downs. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13.

3

25 Ea. $
No limit.

Prepaid. With coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13.

1

75 Ea.
No limit.

716 Freeman Ln. GV (530) 272-2300

437 Grass Valley Hwy. • Auburn • 888-7006 2044 Nevada Hwy • Grass Valley • 272-8886
272-4919 March 15, 2013

20 Nevada County Marketplace

Nevada County Equipment Repair

MARKETPLACE SAVINGS
Servicing all makes & models Repairing Garden Equipment to Small Diesel Tractors
$

Nevada County

LUCHINI TAX SERVICES
20 OFF • NEW CLIENTS ONLY
Includes Schedule C & E. Expires 4-15-13.

$

20 Off Any Repair
over $200.*

Specialized in Small Businesses & Personal Taxes
Year Round Tax Preparation at Your Home or Business • Tax Planning & Consultation • E-File Provider • Reasonable Rates

*Labor only. Excludes travel or parts. (expires 4/15/13)

Pick up & Delivery Service Available

272-5462 / 575-5462 13060 Loma Rica Dr. • Grass Valley equipmentrepairnc@gmail.com

MARIE LUCHINI, E.A.

(530) 478-9663

15 Years Experience

FREE SHUTTLE!
Like us on Facebook for all our current specials

FULL SERVICE

LUBE, $ OIL & FILTER SERVICE

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SERVICE INCLUDES:

823-9469 9 5 CV AXLE $ 95
REPAIR CENTER
+ TAX

BOOT SPECIAL

79

+ TAX

Turbo-Charge Your Business With

• 10W/30 or 5W/30 motor oil & new oil filter (up to 4 qts.) • Hazardous waste disposal • Chassis Lube or Lock/Hinges Lubed • Replace drain plug gasket if needed • PERFORM A COMPLETE 30 POINT VEHICLE INSPECTION

• Front wheel drive only • For one CV Boot • 1/2 price for second CV Boot on same side
Most cars, boots included. 4-wheel drive extra. Not to be combined with any other offer. Must present coupon at time of write up. Expires 4-1-13

COUPON POWER
Reach Over 25,000 Potential Customers in your backyard!
All Ads are Full Color and Included on Our Website

Not to be combined w/any other offer and must present coupon at time of write-up. Most cars & light trucks, 4x4s slightly higher. Expires 4-1-13

To Advertise in our April 15th Edition Please Call 530-852-0280
Deadline is April 1st

Foreign & Domestic • Specializing in Nissan & Chrysler
DRY CREEK
HWY. 49

X

12215 LOCKSLEY LANE, UNIT #5, AUBURN

LOCKSLEY LN.
BELL RD.

To Advertise On This Page Please Call (530) 852-0280 For More Details
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sanding of the roads during snow and ice. The gravel ends up on sides causing narrower roads to ride. During wet weather, the painted lines on the road become slick.” What should motorists keep in mind? “Motorists should keep in mind that they are sharing the road. Give enough room to pass and don’t get too close. Some riders may not be confident or stable; getting too close may cause them to crash. Pausing for 30 seconds is not much

time out of your day. It could even be someone you know. Please don’t text and drive.” What should bicyclists keep in mind? “Bicyclists need to remember that they are not the only ones on the road. Bicyclists should be aware of the traffic in front and back. Side by side riders should line up so cars can pass. Bicyclists need to obey laws of traffic for the safety of themselves and others.”

823-0102
Hwy. 49 & Summer Ridge Dr., AUBURN
SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT!
Your Full Automotive General Repair Location
A State-Approved Used Oil Collection Center

OPEN 7 DAYS
Monday - Friday 8-6 • Sat. 8-5 Sunday 9-4

FLUID FLUSHES

$

1 0

00
OFF

• Radiator Flush • Transmission Flush • Brake Flush • Power Steering Flush
Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13
FMP

EACH

TUNE UP SPECIAL

$

20
5
00
OFF

00
OFF

Any Tune Up Package
Priced $149.99 or higher Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13
FMP

SPEEDEE SPECIAL OIL CHANGE
Full Service

$

Featuring Our 17 Point Super Special Service

Oil Change Includes:

• Change motor oil (up to 5 qts.) Chevron 5W30, 10W30, 5W20, 15W40, 10W40 • New oil filter • Check & top off all essential fluids

Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13

• Complete chassis lubrication • Check wipers, air filter and tires • Clean front and rear windows • Vacuum vehicle interior • Validate new car warranties

FMP

SMOG CHECK

$

2000
OFF

Smog Available 7 DAYS!
Not valid with any other offer. Expires 4-15-13
FMP

WWW.SPEEDEEOIL.COM
22 Nevada County Marketplace 272-4919 March 15, 2013

MARKETPLACE
Attorney

Nevada County

BUSINESSDIREC TORY
Computers • Computer Repairs • Computer Rebuilds • Mac & PC • Networking • Reconditioned Computers for Sale • No Fix-No Charge •Reasonable Fees 30 Years Experience Construction Drain Cleaning Elder Care

Social Security & SSI Disability Attorney
No Recovery No Fee

CONSTRUCTION

Caring, In-Home Assistance & Companionship

James Keefer
Attorney At Law
35 Years Experience

• Additions • Custom Homes • Remodels • Decks
Lic. 21 Yrs. Free Estimates Bonded & Insured References Available
Lic# 681804

Drain Cleaning • All Plumbing FREE Estimates

Providing light housekeeping, meal preparation, med reminders, errands, dementia care, bathing and much more! Call today for a no-cost in-home assessment

1-877-404-6636
Or send an email to info@helpathomeonline.com
“All of our caregivers are carefully screened, trained, bonded & insured, and their backgrounds checked through the Department of Justice and FBI.

273-1331
1-800-576-1332
Land

Chuck Rivers (530) 268-0360
Plumbing

(530) 273-6430
Roads & Driveways !A+ AFFORDABLE A+!

530-274-4468
Roofing/Gutters

Roofing

OREGONLAND.CC Klamath Falls LAND REPO
1-3 acres We Finance!

THE 1/2 PRICE PLUMBER
• Repair • Replace • Unclog
Irrigation, Drains, Pumps, Solar, Trencher, Repipe, Filters & Mobile Homes “Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way”
Was Licensed 1976 to Aug 2012 SCL#652569

Gravel Roads & Driveways
Made or Repaired Quick & Pretty!
Grading, Excavation, Pads, Culverts, Landscape Prep, Finish Grading, Site Prep, Etc.+++ FREE ESTIMATE SCL#742152

Roofing Repairs, Leaks, Re-Roofs & Maintenance
Gutter Cleaning & Service
25 Years Experience • 24 Hours A Day •

ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS
Who’s the Best Local Roofing & Seamless Gutter Leaf Protection Company?

Clip N’ Save For 10% Discount

$7500 Cash or $200/down & $101.90/mo www.oregonland.com
No Credit Check

Pat’s Roofing, Inc.
Bonded SLC#971005 (530) (510)

QUINTANA BROTHERS
EXPERT HOME & ROOF REPAIRS

All Types of Roofs • Metal • Tile • Comp/Shingles Senior Discounts

Residential & Commercial
OVER 35 YEARS EXP.

Comm. & Res. • Since 1967

(503) 925-0981
Trusses

272-6421 615-6381

Larry T. Weeden, 273-3922

888-8179 978-9202

530-274-8586 530-392-1653
Lic#342454

Advertise Here

DIAMOND TRUSS, INC.

Quality Trusses at Great Prices!
Email: diamondtruss@sbcglobal.net
www.DiamondTrussInc.com

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12462 CHARLES DR.
GRASS VALLEY

To advertise your business in the Nevada County Marketplace Business Directory call Mary Rist at 530-852-0290
272-4919 Nevada County Marketplace 23

(530) 477-1477
March 15, 2013

Nevada County Marketplace 1030 High Street Auburn, CA 95603

STD U.S. Postage Paid Permit #4 Grass Valley, CA 94946

MARKETPLACE
Mike Maniscalco Mary Rist

Nevada County

Published by Penny Power Publications, Inc.

Contact us at: 530-272-4919
mikem@goldcountrymedia.com maryr@goldcountrymedia.com

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Copyright 2013. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the publisher. The publisher shall not be responsible or any liabilities arising from the publication of copy provided by any advertiser for the Nevada County Marketplace. Further, it shall not be liable for any act of omission on the part of the advertiser pertaining to their published advertisement in the Nevada County Marketplace. A publication of Gold Country Media.

Foothill Mattress Center
742-C Freeman Lane • Grass Valley, CA 95949 (530) 273-5254 • Fax (530) 273-0388

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With the purchase of any Tempur-Pedic King or Queen Set
*On Approved Credit

“CLOUD SELECT”
UNMATCHED VALUE

MATTRESS AND BOXSPRING SETS
All New - Factory Direct Mattress Sets - Firm Twin set ...............$199 Full Set ................$269 Queen Set............ $299 King Set ...............N/A Englander Gilia Pillow Top Twin set ...............$299 Full Set ................$349 Queen Set............ $399 King Set ...............$599

Simplicity

QUEEN SETS ........$1,39900 KING SETS ............$1,79900

FREE
DELIVERY

FREE
SET UP

FREE
REMOVAL

90 DAY COMFORT GUARANTEE

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 Sun. 12-4

Foothill Mattress Center
Visit our website at foothill-mattress.com

273-5254

Raley’s Center Grass Valley
(between the 2 JC Penneys)

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