Troy Korsgaden isn’t shy about his success. He even made it half the title of his latest book: “Success and Sanity.”
During the summer when temperatures are at their highest, everyone needs to cool off, even the furry members of the family.
It’s rare that a man’s life so perfectly, almost symbolically, becomes tied by the multiple threads of the trade that he has made his own.
Unwanted pets were donated and housed in makeshift cages sometime after the turn of the 19th century in a small central valley community.
This wasn’t the first time I’d gotten a haircut at Boling’s, but it was the first time I’d interviewed the barber while sitting in his chair.
Take a five-minute drive outside Porterville, and if you know where to look, you’ll find a small boutique in the middle of a ranch surrounded by orange trees.
Tioga-Sequoia has actually been around the Valley since 2007. According to company president Michael Cruz, Tioga initially began as a “contract brewery,” supplying recipes...
Sometimes, if you want to make things happen, want to pursue your dreams, want to start that small business, you have to step outside of your comfort zone. And sometimes, taking those steps will lead to new experiences and education, maybe even to new places, exciting places, exotic places – places like Guam.
Today, you walk into a restaurant or a bar, peruse the menu and the list of craft beers appears endless. The panic sets in as the choices begin drowning your ability to choose: Pale. Stout. Porter. Amber. Blonde.
Turn patterned wallpaper, wrapping paper or fabric into a wall hanging to make a big statement in a blank space.