It’s been called the slow food or whole food or organic food movement. Whatever you call it, it’s continuing to gain momentum across the country and here in the north state as well. The latest and most exciting development is… Continue Reading →
While I think there's definitely better uses for the land than a sea of asphalt that sits empty most of the time, a falling-down arena for rednecks to get drunk in public once a year, and an auditorium with poor acoustics full of glassy-eyed mid-level marketing devotees, I don't believe our community is yet capable […]
Why in the blue hell are we considering development/re-development of this area, while the rest of the River Trail, and so many other public spaces in Redding, are abjectly deteriorating and in need of fixing? Why did we spend $$$ to build a connector from the Dieselhorst to downtown, while there River Trail proper is […]
Why does "development" improve what is already a beautiful, natural environment. A river running through the town that all can enjoy if only one does a little walking. Once again it is about which players are going to profit monetarily.