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Posted: Friday, July 13, 2012 7:19 am | Updated: 8:55 am, Fri Jul 13, 2012.

Who: Lodi Nitro basketball team, coached by Brandon Seibel and Mike Yarbrough.

Vacation Spot: Santa Cruz.

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The Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday that (http://bit.ly/1uAB9Pz ) the 24-year-old Thomas Kinkade Gallery in downtown Placerville will start selling off its inventory of Kinkade paintings, mugs, night lights and blankets at an invitation-only closing sale scheduled for Thursday.

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Kinkade grew up in Placerville and his earliest artwork portrayed the town as he imagined it looked at the turn of the 20th Century. He died at his California home in 2012 from what the coroner called an accidental overdose.

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