A personal story from the heart of Robert Fetty “Project Manager Best of the North State”. Robert meet Tammy Lynn and Marcelleus, owners of “Tammy Got Stuff?” Thrift Store over 2 years ago, meeting with them on how I could help their business. They were great to talk too and I knew from the beginning we were going to be more than business associates. I have always been a big fan of Thrift Stores and always wanted them to be successful. I mean who doesn’t like finding a treasure. Tammy and Marcelleus are heard about all over Redding. Being in social media marketing you run into each other on Facebook, Yelp & Google. I soon found out that they are involved with Redding more than most mom and pop Thrift Store. They believe in helping our community. I wish more people came forward and tell their story of how they help our community. When Tammy told me they were moving down to San Bernardino, California, my first thought was, who will fill their shoes in our town of Redding?
So many people came forward and said how Tammy and Marcelleus changed their life. I know working with “Tammys Got Stuff?” Thrift Store my life has changed. The love and compassion that those two had made my day. Not only did they help out many organizations but they helped out real people with real problems. So many times I would be visiting Tammy and Marcelleus and someone would come in trying to help another person out. They would not only help them but sometimes just give them what they needed to help that person. Does not matter if they homeless, senior, or even a sad person needing someone to talk to, they were there. Their final hurrah they donated everything to #Lungs4Lindsey to raise money for Linsey Arzate double lung transplant. Tammy and Marcelleus you will truly be missed. Truly one of the Best of the North States favorite Thrift Store.#notforgotten
Good prices, friendly staff, good location.
Go by and check it out!!
Springtime in Beautiful Redding California, I can just imagine all the hustle and buzz about weddings getting planned, and School Proms and Graduations Coming up soon! I asked around about some Local places if I were to Need tuxedos and/or formal wear? Tuxedo Den on Hartnell Ave. Seems to be the place to go! Not only is the store Easy to find but the friendly and helpful staff made it a pleasant and welcoming visit. In meeting with the Shop owner Mr.Austin Benbrook, He stated that the Business was family started and owned,
“My grandparents started Tuxedo Den in 1962, and I am trying to keep it alive.”
“What makes your business different,” I asked,
“We focus on the tuxedo and suit rentals with retail sales also available. We want people to feel comfortable with their experience, and I find that if we treat our customers the way we would want to be treated, then we’re more likely to make new friends in the process! We make it our responsibility to make the entire process from beginning to end as easy and Comfortable as possible for every customer we have the honor of being a part in their special Events. We also are trained tailors for any alterations, and we offer the largest selection of men’s formal wear at the absolute best prices in Redding!” While talking more with Austin, He mentioned he had learned the Business from working and managing our stores in Redding, Eureka, and Sacramento.
“I learned from my father who learned from his father.”
Teaching Generations of Success, since 1962!
“Our number one service is Tuxedo and suit rentals, and we also carry and sell top of the line suits and tuxedos at very reasonable prices.” The Tuxedo Den is always known for running great specials, Austin mentioned a few right now that I almost couldn’t believe!
PROM- 50$ off full rental. 30$ off week of Prom
PLUS student receives entry to win a 55″4k Ultra HD
WEDDINGS- All weddings with at Least three complete rentals [Groom +3Groomsmen] Groom gets HIS rental FREE!
*BONUS* The other Members will receive a 50$ discount.
Tuxedo Den Originally Opened in Eureka California by Emil and Bernice Benbrook, Austin’s grandparents. Over the course of the first 30 years, the family made it their goal to provide expert service in the formal wear business with a smile. In that period they also managed to expand to over 15 different locations in Northern California. They have downsized their market base to the original two locations, Eureka and Redding. Austin stated the reason his Family decided to downsize, “Was to be in our hometowns and to give our friends and neighbors the attention and detail they deserve!” “We here at Tuxedo Den make our customer’s overall experience for their wedding, prom or any of their formal wear needs Convenient and Relaxing, all while aiming to make life-long friends in the process.”
Social media channels business is on & channel names
Facebook (Tuxedo Den Redding), Instagram (Tuxedo Den Redding), Twitter (Tuxedo Den Redding), Yelp (Tuxedo Den Redding), www.tuxedosredding.com
218 Hartnell Ave. Redding CA
CHRIS MIKE & THE ZOO SHOW
With humble beginnings, starting each morning before the sun rose into the sky – in a little, vermin infested, old, rickety building, tucked away on Main Street in Woodland, California – Chris Collins, along with his partner, Mike Reynolds, created entertainment and radio magic. From this shoe-box of a studio, sitting atop a bank, next-door to the neighborhood watering hole, Collins and Reynolds molded a high-schooler, a local barfly, the over-night FM 102 jock, an auto part salesmen, and rounding out this motley crew – the only woman on the show – a voice talent from LA; into one of the most popular and dynamic morning radio shows to ever hit the Northern California air-waves.
The public was totally caught unaware as, Chris Collins, the Ringmaster of this band of Zoo critters, pulled crank bits and played pranks on their unsuspecting public. Much beloved bits like: Toss Your Boss and Burn Your Buns, became the bread and butter that had their audience eating out of their hands and craving for more. And Collins and Reynolds delivered them more; by bringing in star guests, like Richard Simmons, or musical legends, such as the Jackson Five – into the homes and lives of their avid listeners.
The Morning Zoo reigned supreme from 1983 until 1992. A host of characters came and went from the studios that started in Woodland and ended up near the fabled – Howe About Arden area of Sacramento. The characters, bits, guests and artists were interchangeable, but the mainstays: Chris Collins and Mike Reynolds stayed and became house-hold names and etched their names into Sacramento Radio history; where they have remained legends to this day.
But their story hasn’t ended; in 2010, Chris Collins and Mike Reynolds, reached out to founding members of the Zoo – Robbie Lipelt and Gary Moore; and also Killer Bee, who joined the madness in 1987; to reunite the Zoo. Helping to bring the reunion together was, Mark McGee, the Program Director of several Chico based radio stations, who lent his support and the studios for the newly formed Chris Mike Zoo show.
Recording began in January of 2010 and has continued to this very day. Through the help of technology, determination, grit, character and insanity – the Chris Mike Zoo show is being heard 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the Internet or through our free cell phone Apps. The show is a worldwide based Entertainment entity. Our new numbers show a steady increase of the variety of countries, ethnic groups and races that are becoming loyal Chris Mike Zoo fans. Comedy is universal and laughter is the commodity we deal in.
credit too http://eastvalleytimes.com/word-famous-radio-zoo-show-coming-woodys-brewery/
Open Mic at Mason’s Pizza
Great food and tasty acoustic music from local musicians await you at Mason’s Pizza in Bella Vista. Mason’s offers a family-friendly atmosphere, so bring the kids. Would you like to perform? Just bring your instrument and three or four rehearsed songs, and we’ll provide the rest. No cover. Hosted by Deschutes Music Club.
Tomorrow at 5:30 PM – 8 PM
Tomorrow · 45–46° Rain
22184 CA-299 E, Bella Vista, California 96008
Hope is Alive
Stand Against Stigma and the Community Education Committee are very excited to present Hope Is Alive! 8 at Carnegie’s.
Learn more about Hope Is Alive! from this Channel 7 news story:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37is_Nb80Wc
Has creating music, rhymes or poetry given you light in dark times? Or shed light on a hidden struggle? Then come celebrate how art heals.
Spoken word artists, poets, rappers, country/western singers, dancers, any and all performers are welcome!
Performer sign-in is at 5:30 p.m.
The Hope Is Alive! Open Mic Series are events organized by the Community Education Committee and the Stand Against Stigma campaign to raise awareness about mental health struggles, substance use disorders, and suicide loss. We strive to use art and performance to fight stereotypes and promote healing and understanding.
Hope Is Alive! is an inclusive event – People of all faiths, ethnicities and sexual orientations are welcome and encouraged to participate.
For more information, contact Marc at email@example.com or 225-5970.
Tomorrow at 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Tomorrow · 43–45° Rain
1600 Oregon St, Redding, California 96001
Hope Is Alive! 8 – Open Mic Night
Hilltop Holiday Bazar
Call 241-4444 to reserve tables! 3 table max! We have in house tables!