Tag Archive for ‘Northern California’
Not that I’m bragging (mainly because I don’t want anyone to try to prove me wrong), but potential burglars would have a hard time breaking into my house. Now I’ve known this for a long time, but my husband, who just moved in a few weeks ago, is just finding this out now. Twice in [...]
Join Slow Food Shasta Cascade celebrating local food on Tuesday December 10 (Terra Madre Day!) at Enjoy the Store, 6pm. Sample food and meet some of our local farmers and producers. This short video is about Slow Food’s Terra Madre held in Italy every 2 years. Find out about Slow Food’s Ark of Taste. Saving [...]
There’s a lot written about charitable giving. I don’t know about you, but there is seldom a day goes by, that I don’t receive some sort of solicitation in the mail … and don’t even get me started on the phone calls. Well, this is sort of a different slant on charitable giving. As the [...]
Gifts for Good is an annual community holiday gift faire that has raised over $40,000 over the past 6 years for local and global organizations doing good in our community and around the globe. This unique event adds a twist to the traditional gift faire because it allows people an opportunity to purchase beautiful and [...]
(Redding, Ca.) A traditional Christmas – decorations around the house, a tree brimming with ornaments and gifts, a special, hearty meal to cap it off— may be just a dream for families struggling to make ends meet. That’s why Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) has worked for more than a decade to give these [...]
Up on North Market Street just at the western foot of Sulphur Creek Hill stands a now-empty building. For years it housed El Papagayo, then another restaurant that escapes Femme de Joie’s memory just now, followed by Catanio’s. M. de Joie only visited Catanio’s once; she remembers it fondly as an upscale Italian restaurant that [...]
Did you ever think that it would be like this? The price you pay for love. Did you ever think that it would feel like this? The price you pay for love. The price you pay, willingly. The price you pay, willingly. -Eliza Gilkyson I am a deeply flawed human being. I know this. And [...]
Memorial services for Donald Domke will be held at 11 a.m. on Fri., Dec. 20 at the Veteran’s Cemetery in Igo. A reception will follow at 1 p.m. at the Riverview Country Club.
In lieu of flowers memorial gifts can be made to Mercy Foundation North, Cardiac Services, 2400 Washington Ave., Redding, CA, 96001, or “Plant a Tree Program” at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, 844 Sundial Bridge Dr, Redding, CA 96003.
I’ve been waiting (impatiently I must say) to finally get a chance to visit Fall River Brewery’s new taproom. Located in the Cypress Square shopping center, the taproom has a clean urban feel, with low and high top tables, as well as a long L shaped bar. Enlarged photos of the brewing process adorn the [...]
Today we chat with Baran Galocy of Redding. He’s a licensed electrical contractor who worked in the solar industry for many years. His work last year on a computer-controlled LED grow light morphed into two parallel concept companies, CompuGrow and CompuMilieu (say “mew”). Q: Baran, many people know you as the solar guy around the [...]