Archive | May, 2011
Say Yes to Wine for Charity

Say Yes to Wine for Charity

Last Saturday Rominger West Winery released two new wines to benefit the NorCal AIDS Cycle (NCAC) during a rollicking party at the winery. I’ll come right out and say that I am biased: I work at Rominger West Winery and the release of Tailwind Red and Tailwind White has been one of my main projects […]

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An Eye-Opening Journey

An Eye-Opening Journey

It is not uncommon for the average American to experience a decline in vision acuity with age. Generally, a quick trip to the ophthalmologist will help to diagnose the problem, provide any necessary surgeries or treatment and rule out serious disorders. Unfortunately, 90% of the people who suffer from blindness live in developing countries, where […]

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Good Local Eats

Good Local Eats

We recently joined Craig and Karen Senders and their children Parker and Julia at their El Macero home for the release party for their newest wine, Julia’s Cuvee, Napa Valley 2007. This is how their website describes the Cuvee: “Julia’s Cuvee, derived of grapes from some of the finest appellations and growers in Napa, consists […]

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Acme’s Gift to Davis

Acme’s Gift to Davis

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and as I walked near the Davis Art Center, I heard animated voices over a P.A. System, mingling with laughter and with cheers from a sporting event somewhere in Community Park.  When I saw Acme Artistic Director, Emily Henderson, and Director, Maddy Ryen, taking notes, I knew I had found the […]

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Old Faithful at the Church Picnic

Old Faithful at the Church Picnic

Being a new church in Davis means we are still developing traditions.  One such tradition that got kicked off this week was the classic church picnic.  Complete with a whiffle ball game, kids playing at the playground, and various conversations of all sorts, our church picnic was quite similar in many ways to church picnics […]

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