Travel: Perfection in the PNW

I was seeking a funky 70s vibe imbued with the essence of an upscale 21st century Santa Cruz when I stumbled upon Port Townsend, Washington. Turns out, it’s the perfect […]

History: Trains in the Valley

Railroads in Tulare County have a long and rich—and mostly positive—history. For many people, when the railroad arrived in their community, it was seen as a good omen and was […]

Local Eats: Cellar Door

The “pandemic pivot” aptly describes how businesses adapted and stayed afloat during the ever-changing “new normal” brought on by the 2020 pandemic. Many businesses were challenged to find creative ways […]

Bakery: Bread Savage

Our community will welcome a new bakery to Downtown Visalia this month: Bread Savage. We had the opportunity to sit down with owners Brooke and Chase Darwin to learn more […]

Family: Caring for Loved Ones

As life’s seasons shift, the holidays can take on a new meaning and become an opportunity to make new memories with your loved ones. However, if you’re caring for an […]

Art: Honoring Marjorie Brandon

Every fall, the Marjorie Brandon Award is presented by the Center for Spiritual Living, in conjunction with the Brandon-Mitchell Gallery, to one local artist who demonstrates exceptional talent in their […]

Editor’s Note

My wife and I have been in a conversation about our roles lately. We’ve been talking about all the jobs, duties, and relationships we are responsible for. The goal of […]