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Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball coach Rod Barnes knows no one will spend the buildup to the first game of the season talking to him about the high expectations for his team in the conference or his players that have established themselves as some of the top ones in the Western Athleti…

Demolition work began next to The Dome on Wednesday, one day after the city of Bakersfield issued a demo permit to the historically notable property's new owner.

When it comes to local theater, especially Stars, it's go big or go home. That's why the Chester Avenue theater is hosting "Startacular" on Saturday, a benefit for the BMT/Stars organization and its mission to provide quality theatre and arts education in Kern County.

When it comes to well-known characters on a bike, a few spring to mind: Elliott from "E.T.", the kids from "Stranger Things," Pee-Wee on his eponymous big adventure, the kid from that "Paperboy" video game or, alternately, the time-traveling characters from the comic "Paper Girls."

Don't be koi — there's plenty to see at this weekend's Bakersfield Fall Home Show. That includes the decorative fish, as well as home decor, electronics, specialty items and even collectibles at the Old Time Peddler's Faire, also taking place at the Kern County Fairgrounds.

“Civility is for suckers,” published Oct. 15, by Rich Lowry is a perfect example of disinformation. He equates the protests against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and yelling on the Senate floor as disrupting the political process. He forgets the famous “You lie!” leveled at President…

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