If you missed last year’s Tastemakers Festival, mark your calendars: On October 17, the Visalia musical festival returns to Rawhide Stadium, but with a bit of a makeover and more of a mission.
According to Pat Robertson, there are two avenues into quilting: down the artist’s path, or following the stitch of a seamstress or seamster.
Sequoia National Park is known for its tall peaks and giant trees, ethereal signposts directing one’s attention skyward.
A big cat in the wild is the very antithesis of helpless. Sleek, powerful and often frightening, they are at home in their environments in a way that has fascinated people since time immemorial.
Rawhide Stadium is where Visalia and the national pastime collide, a crucible in which the nation’s youngest and most promising baseball players try to pitch and swing and field their way to the bigs.
There are some things that will never grow old, even though we do. Popular culture depicts the wheel as the first major invention, and yet we’re still finding new uses for it.
If there’s one thing the Irish love, it’s a good toast. And rightly so.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then frustration must be something like its close aunt. Wicki Barszcz, the founder of Objex Sports, might agree.
The artist Henri Matisse once said; “Derive happiness in oneself from a good day’s work, from illuminating the fog that surrounds us.”