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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

A Flourishing Art Scene With the Visalia Arts Consortium

As far as cultural yardsticks go, few things are better at measuring the depth and potential of a city than its art scene.

Embracing the Local Makers Movement at the Old Town Flea Market

“There’s a whole new generation of buyers,” says Karen Chisum, founder of The Old Town Flea Market in Old Town Clovis.

Growing More Than Fruit at Jackson Family's Apple Tree Farms

Eric Brendle opens the gate to the orchard, and we individually slide between the post and fence.

Visalia Native Rudy Parris Makes His Own Music

Rudy Parris has a long relationship with music, which he explains by way of a story.

Kaweah Oaks Preserve, Visalia

Enjoy the View

Summer Adventures Notebook & Wrapped Pencils

Your favorite summer adventures don’t have to be a thing of the past with this fun and easy notebook DIY that will keep the memories of summer alive well throughout the school year.

Wish Upon A Star

It’s easy to make a wish. We make them when we blow out the candles on a birthday cake, or as stars shoot across the night sky. But over the years, as the cake crowds with candles, we learn that our wishes, just like those little flames, tend to go up in smoke.

Central California Fallen Firefighters Golf Tournament

We still see them, the shirts memorializing the sacrifice of first responders during the 9/11 attacks, with broad letters printed FDNY – the Official Fire Department, City of New York – yes, we remember.

More Than a Good Stretch at Painted Elephant Yoga Studio

You know that feeling of a good stretch after a slightly too-long stint at a desk? Arms extending toward the ceiling… back muscles flexing…and a deep breath expanding the lungs.

Marinated Shrimp

As in one of my favorite movies of all time, Forrest Gump, I’ll quote Bubba: “Shrimp is the fruit of the sea."

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