It’s almost hard to believe, but this September marks a notorious fifth anniversary in Visalia: the fifth year that major book retailer Borders finally closed its doors.
Children are our future, but as valuable as they are, they are also vulnerable, and none more so than the orphans, those children without an advocate.
When you think of history, what comes to mind? Libraries and monuments, old sepia-toned photographs, things timeless and things immemorial, things like ice cream. That’s right, ice cream.
This recipe was inspired by a dish I enjoyed in a little trattoria in Florence, Italy. I like to imagine it as a recipe handed down by a sweet nonna, through the generations.
Schoolyards are alive with energetic students once again, and the promise of fall teeters on the horizon.
Those who live in Tulare know all about its charm, country roots and neighborly atmosphere. In a word, quaint could describe this Central Valley town.
More than 35 years ago, the Fresno State University Farmers Market sold extra sweet corn and fresh fruit from the school’s farm laboratory at a fruit stand...
Every fall, we begin to get that itch – the one that says “I need to buy a (fill in the blank) and my wardrobe will be complete.”
By the 1970s, Californians began to realize wine was much more than red and white, just as by the 2000s we learned that coffee was more than Folgers in your cup.