Archive | January, 2011
YoloArts Series Hits Esparto

YoloArts Series Hits Esparto

The next stop for the YoloArts musical tour concert series is in Esparto and will feature a live performance by “Keys and Breeze,” an area piano and flute duo performing Latin and Latin-inspired music.  The concert will be held at the Esparto High School Theater on Friday, February 11 beginning at 7 p.m.  A portion […]

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Group Exhibit at Gallery 625

Group Exhibit at Gallery 625

  Gallery 625 will feature a group exhibit in February featuring recent ceramic creations by Tony Natsoulas, watercolor and oil paintings by Russell Reich, and the paintings of emerging artist, Theadora Ann Reich, a Woodland High School student and California Summer School for the Arts scholar.  The exhibit’s opening reception will be held on Friday, […]

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Latkes

Latkes

My husband’s family is (part) Jewish. I had never even heard of white fish or kugel before I met him, but quickly adapted to this whole new branch of culinary history. One afternoon while visiting his grandmother, I asked her questions about the recipes she used. She began to describe dishes that I had now […]

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The Spare Changer

The Spare Changer

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and writing this blog has put me in touch with many people I might have never met.  In her latest Letter from the Editor, DLM Editor, Cary Arnold, noted that the most read and commented on blog entry during 2010 in Davis Life Magazine was my “Got Compassion.”  That entry was […]

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Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area

Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area

One recent foggy morning I couldn’t think of anything that needed to be done in the garden badly enough to work in the mist again. Instead I decided to spend some outside time in a place that is quite near and yet feels as if it is miles away.  It took only a few minutes […]

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