Archive | December, 2010
Celebration of the Seasons

Celebration of the Seasons

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob and I want to encourage everyone to do as much of your holiday shopping as you can right here in Davis.  While you’re downtown shopping, I don’t want you to miss one opportunity that you might not be aware of, “Celebration of the Seasons,” the fourth exhibit of the Photography Club […]

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A Holly, Jolly Trader Joe’s Beer

A Holly, Jolly Trader Joe’s Beer

Tis the season to be jolly, or thankful, or frugal; not to mention busy, chaotic, harried, stressed, and weirded out by some of your stranger relatives.  It’s a busy time for many, if not most of us, so drinking a good beer might fall lower on your list of things to-do.  Let me be the […]

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A Wreath from Your Garden

A Wreath from Your Garden

A wreath of greenery welcoming visitors to your door at the holidays is a time-honored tradition for many households.  Symbolizing strength, hope and new life, wreaths date back at least to the ancient cultures of the Persian Empire. Although pre-made wreaths are sold far and wide, why not have an original, direct-from-your-own-garden version that is […]

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Holiday Decor – Where to start?

Holiday Decor – Where to start?

Today is the FIRST day of Hanukkah! And, only 24 days till Christmas! Where did November go, people? I still have cherry tomatoes ripening in my small veggie garden! The fact is retail stores have been set up for the holidays since Labor Day.

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December at Gallery 1855

December at Gallery 1855

“Photography suits the temper of this age – of active bodies and minds. It is a perfect medium for one whose mind is teeming with ideas (and) imagery,” Edward Weston observed. The December show at Gallery 1855 features two fine photographic artists from northern California: Chris Schiller of Redding and Dave Robertson of Davis. Landscape […]

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