I recently pointed my car south on Interstate 5 on my way to visit friends. As I always do when traveling that direction, I stopped at Granzella’s Deli in Williams for a bathroom and snack break. As an aside, Granzella’s may be the… Continue Reading
Wednesday afternoon, hours before the Igo Inn was supposed to star in its celebratory spaghetti-night opening, the historic IOOF building looked ready for business. Tables displayed white tablecloths, water glasses, folded napkins and silverware. Dozens of sparkling wine glasses hung upside… Continue Reading
One of the last things Richard (Rich) Buck did in the days before his sudden death on Aug. 15 was set up two dining rooms full of tables, chairs and table settings inside the Igo Inn, right down to the amber-colored… Continue Reading
Don’t bother looking for businessmen Shawn Sease and Billy York in the recession crybaby crib.
You’ll find them in the recession attack ring where, for the last few months, they’ve crunched numbers and knocked around ideas until they finally hit upon what they believe will be winners. Continue Reading
When I was just a young disc jockey, only in my twenties at KVIP, back when the station was commercial and a sister station of KVIP-TV, now KRCR, we were required to do several remote broadcasts on the weekend. This… Continue Reading
It was one of those weekends we told ourselves we really should stay home and finish chores. But we’d heard about an open house at Anselmo Vineyards in Inwood, and were intrigued enough to take a short road trip there on… Continue Reading