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Delicious Treats From the Frosted Muffin in Visalia

Apr 27, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Wrapped inside a single­-serving accordion­-sided paper is a combination of dreamy, edible elements that make up the humble cupcake.

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.”

Dirk Dole's Lemon Cove Village

Feb 25, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Home ownership is one of the cornerstones of the American Dream. For generations, purchasing a home has been a sign of having arrived as an adult. But recently, the tide of this philosophy has been turning.

Wicky-Up Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Jan 26, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

“Go west, young man,” the old saying goes. And since the legendary days of covered wagons, the meaning remains essentially unchanged: go west for freedom, go west for adventure. Go west for oranges and wide beaches and tall trees and movie stars.

L.T. Sue Co. Tea Room in Hanford's Historic China Alley

Jan 26, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

This February 19, celebrators of the Chinese New Year will bid goodbye to the Year of the Horse, and ring in the Year of the Sheep.

The Reimagined Farm at Seven Sycamores in Ivanhoe

Jan 26, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

Bob McKellar is not a man of many words, but when he does speak, he’s direct, to the point. Perhaps age brought with it wisdom, an ability to listen sooner than speak. Or perhaps McKellar, like other farmers, is a man of the soil made taciturn and stoic by nature’s apparent ambivalence.

Bibi Bielat and Cathy Caracciolo, Iron + Copper + Bronze

Jan 02, 2015 ● By Brandi Barnett

The Bag Designers

Antique and Industrial Finds at Good Goods

Nov 21, 2014 ● By Brandi Barnett

Sandy and Jim Hall admit they set up shop in a less than conventional location. “It’s a destination really, and definitely not a walk-by,” Sandy says with a laugh.

Inspiration at Noah Olmstead's Vintage Letterpress

Oct 08, 2014 ● By Brandi Barnett

Noah Olmstead gazes calmly into the whirring innards of his 1952 Heidelberg letterpress machine. There’s a hiss of air and a metallic clap, and then with one deft move of his expertly tattooed arm, Olmstead reaches in and plucks out a gift tag from his Christmas line.
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