DLM Main Nav Menu

Archive | April, 2011

Say Yes to Village Harvest

Say Yes to Village Harvest

I thought that I could rise above Davis’s famous springtime allergies, but last weekend I was brought back down to earth by itchy eyes, a runny nose, and my personal record for number of sneezes in a five minute period. Granted, I did spend Saturday morning with my head stuck in citrus trees all over […]

Continue Reading
The Scent Garden

The Scent Garden

Today’s guest speaker is Sasha Sharma, Science Technical Writing Intern for the Davis Cemetery District: On a warm spring day at the Davis Cemetery District’s grounds, it’s hard to miss the luscious colors that mingle into vivid ephemeral rainbows under a lazy sun and invite passers-by into the quiet sanctuary of wafting aromas, gently swaying oaks, […]

Continue Reading
The Hall of Fame is Ours

The Hall of Fame is Ours

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and I hadn’t worn a jacket during Picnic in the Park on Wednesday, so I decided it would be a good time to get inside and enjoy the displays at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame on 3rd and D.  The first good news was that I could still enjoy Papa […]

Continue Reading
Picnic Day 2011

Picnic Day 2011

Over the years we’ve ‘done’ Picnic Day in different ways. When our kids were young we watched the parade downtown then followed it to campus, heading to the baby-chick-holding lab before wandering about without a plan or any pressure. We watched the rodeo once, years ago, which I remember as good fun but just learned […]

Continue Reading
Cheesy animal crackers

Cheesy animal crackers

Instead of cooking up a storm for the spring holidays this week, I decided to make crackers. I came to this decision partly because I have these really cute animal cookie cutters that I was dying to use, and partly because I’ve never made crackers before. It seems unlikely, but it’s the truth. They just […]

Continue Reading
"Spirit in Her Fingers"

“Spirit in Her Fingers”

Hola! I’m Yesenia, a UCD undergrad double majoring in English and African Studies. I believe everyone has a story to tell and I want to hear it. I’m randomly interviewing riders on the UCD Unitrans, whether they be students or not. It’s my goal to depict the unique stories and unexpected interests of Unitrans riders. […]

Continue Reading