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This is from Reinette Senum’s Facebook page: “Finally. I can ANNOUNCE! Contrary to word on the street, Los Mineros has not closed. It has been going through an amazing chrysalis and is coming out a new and improved Mexican restaurant. … Continue reading →
In August, UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi resigned following a probe into ethics violations. The Sacramento Bee won a first place Inland Press Association award for its investigative reporting, and more honors no doubt are on the way. “Nowadays the … Continue reading →
One of San Francisco Chronicle columnist Mark Fiore’s latest cartoons is HERE. “As the Orange Giant collapses upon itself, all news and insight disappears into the black hole of the current campaign universe. With each outlandish statement or unhinged tweet, … Continue reading →
The Union’s paid columnist, George Boardman (AKA “Bored” Georgeman), this week is using his column to advocate for a “no” vote on Measure B — a selfish and short-sighted perspective that undermines our schools, our children, and exemplifies the geezerish … Continue reading →
Here’s a sampling of police and fire fighter salaries for Nevada City, according to the latest figures from Transparent California. Total pay and benefits for each exceeds $100K in some cases. Transparent California is provided by the Nevada Policy Research … Continue reading →
After graduating from Cal Berkeley in 1981, my first biggest adventure was to go to graduate school at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. It was the first place I’d lived outside California on my own. (I’d been on only … Continue reading →
Our family enjoyed attending the 50th anniversary celebration of Foothill Flowers in downtown Grass Valley on Friday. Champagne was flowing, proclamations were read, and Marie (AKA, “Grass Valley’s Flower Lady”) looked radiant. We mentioned the anniversary in our magazine’s fall … Continue reading →
IN FALL, YOU CAN SAVOR THE LATE – season fruits and vegetables from farmers markets, including apples, pears, persimmons and pumpkins. The markets are open until Thanksgiving, or year-round, allowing you to create a feast from the local bounty.
Fall also is an ideal time to sign up for a cooking class. The weather is...