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

Kaweah River, Sequoia National Park

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Enjoy Magazine

Enjoy the View

Adventurous Fare at Char-cu-te-rie in Visalia

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

If you’ve set foot in Visalia’s Char-cu-te-rie, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of owner Catherine Heaney.

Thimble Towne Offers Quilting Opportunities For All

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Whatever you think you know about quilting, you can go ahead and leave at the door. The hobby has come a long way since covered wagons and bonnets were the rage, when grandmothers quilted patchwork fabrics by candlelight from the comfort of a rocking chair.

Redbud Arts & Crafts Festival

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Nestled in the foothills of the southern Sierra Nevada mountain range is Three Rivers, a small town boasting a surrounding landscape of ancient woodlands, flowing rivers and natural spectacles, including a famed forest of giant sequoia trees in the neighboring Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

The Music Stylings of James 'Sinatra' Hitchcock

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Jamie Hitchcock says he’s shy, but that could be an act, a front for one of his many personas. There’s Jamie the family man, then Jamie the handyman, and the more formal James “Sinatra” Hitchcock, so who can really say?

Visalia Players at the Ice House Theater

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

As a cultural mainstay, few things have stood the test of time quite like theater. When one looks at all the entertainment options available today, it feels tempting to categorize a live stage performance as archaic.

Farmer's Fury Wine Tasting Room in Lemoore

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Cotton-picking farmers turned wine makers, well, that’s how the website describes them, anyway: the Stratford family behind Farmer’s Fury Winery. Brothers George and Charles and father Charles Meyer began Farmer’s Fury in 2009, nearly by accident.

May 2015 - A Mother's Love

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

We missed out on April showers this year, but we’re still showering bouquets of love upon the wonderful women in our lives who have earned the esteemed title of “mother.”

Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore Thrift store and 10th Annual Birdhouse Auction

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

A door can symbolize opportunities and is often used to represent major transitions in life. “When one door closes, another opens,” goes the familiar saying.

Melissa Stewart Linebarger, Honey Bee Pottery

Mar 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

“My favorite time to make pottery is early morning. I love getting up when the world is still sleeping and listening to the birds in the little forest outside my studio.”
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