Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.
As a child, Kristi Nanamura was a picky eater, but not when it came to beef jerky. “We’d go to the store and even between candy and jerky, I would choose jerky a lot of the time,” she says.
Summer’s promise is upon us, with sunshine-soaked days and warm, starry nights.
“Communication skills are the pathway to life’s opportunities.” So reads the tagline at the top of Deborah DeLong’s business card.
“I have turned my lifestyle into a business that is changing lives, while improving our own. ”
This bright, colorful orzo pasta and chicken salad is packed with an assortment of chopped fresh vegetables and tossed with a refreshing lemon dressing.
If you’ve set foot in Visalia’s Char-cu-te-rie, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of owner Catherine Heaney.
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.
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.
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?