It’s amazing what a person can do with a little ingenuity and some reclaimed fence wood. Well, that and a laser cutter.
HOPEFUL. With Thanksgiving almost upon us, we are reminded once again that there is so much for which to be thankful. And when we are thankful, we tend to be more hopeful.
Step back in time to the 1930s. Imagine you are living in the South Valley. You have heard about the recent Dust Bowls in the Midwest on the radio, and maybe even on a television.
You may recall the enchilada recipe in this year’s May issue – made using pasta shells.
Story by Monica Fatica
Photos by Kelli Avila
Caleb Gomes, 17, is no stranger to Visalia’s music scene.
Whether it is functional or nonfunctional, stoneware or porcelain, the clays Richard Rosas fires are one-of-a-kind creations that become keepsakes nonetheless.
The nine-acre Estate by the Elderberries in Oakhurst is unlike any other property near Yosemite.
The iconic street sign welcoming travelers to Bakersfield in bold blue letters on a cheery yellow background just off Highway 99 is one of many legacies left behind by...