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March 2018—The Sky's The Limit

IT’S BEEN ONE of our mantras since we took that leap of faith and launched Enjoy Magazine – the sky’s the limit. How true those words have proven to be.

Taking a Leap of Faith with Skydiving

WHENEVER PEOPLE ASK me what it takes to be a writer, I always give the same answer: Just be interested in the subject.

KINGSBURG, CALIFORNIA

What’s now known as Kingsburg was established as a railroad town in 1873, when Swedish natives settled in a town called Kings River Switch – in the early 20th century, more than 90 percent of residents were Swedish American.

A Love of the Stars with Tulare Astronomical Association

AT SOME POINT, every child looks up at the night sky to wish upon a star and, with a mixture of fear, awe, and mystery, wonders what they are.

Style Trends to Adore in 2018

IT'S A LOVE AFFAIR as old as time. Every year, fashion lovers worldwide wait to catch a glimpse of what’s hot off the runway, hoping to incorporate some life-giving looks into the fold.

Ruiz Foods — International Company with Hometown Roots

IF YOU LIKE Mexican food and appreciate convenience, you probably know about El Monterey. You might even have their burritos in your freezer right now.

Bringing Live Stage to Porterville with the Barn Theater

THE BARN THEATER, nestled in the South Valley town of Porterville, has brought audiences the joy of live stage productions for 70 years.

Brittany Wilber, Founder of Sweet Nectar Society

Love brought me home… I grew up in Clovis and was lucky enough to enjoy the sweet taste of small-town living and delicious peaches from our local fruit stand.

James Andersen of the Hanford National Weather Service

IT WAS A SIMPLE GIFT on his eighth birthday that set James Andersen of the Hanford National Weather Service forecast office on his path of meteorology.

Bluffs at Montaña de Oro, Central Coast

March 2018



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