Building Your Garden

Spring is the perfect time to start your raised garden bed. Open frames allow roots to reach down into your soil’s nutrients, while weeds can’t easily get over the barrier. […]

Harvesting Hope

What began as a class project evolved into a nonprofit fairytale called Harvesting Hope. Tulare Mission Oak High School teacher Michaelpaul Mendoza founded Cultural History, an ethnic studies course focusing […]

History: Taming a Mighty River

The Kaweah River of old was like the wild mustang that once roamed our valley—uncontrolled, free spirited, and dangerous, often running at breakneck speed on the Valley floor. And just […]

Q&A with Pacific Treasures

Pacific Treasures & Gourmet has been operating in downtown Visalia for more than 30 years—an impressive milestone. Original owner and founder Michelle Wiebe-Andrews shares this month about how her storefront […]

The Sisters Market

Nestled in the heart of the Central Valley sits the Peltzer farm; rows of orange and yellow citrus thriving under the California sun. For five generations the farm has been […]

A Spring Picnic

To celebrate spring, we invited Plush Picnic and Party to style a girlfriends brunch at The Gardens Venue in Tulare. Beard & Bloom added his unique touch in the most […]

Editor’s Note

The foothills are wild right now. They are truly spectacular, and I’ve been telling everyone I come across to go and see. I had the chance to take my family […]