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Archive | June, 2011

Our House Now Open!

Our House Now Open!

Our House Restaurant and Lounge located at 808 Second Street in Davis is now open! Last week was the “soft opening” and it was a huge success. The restaurant is currently open Monday – Saturday, bar/lounge at 4 p.m. to late, kitchen from 5-10 p.m. with Happy Hour drink specials from 4-6 p.m. Charlie Swanson […]

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Davis Music Festival Saturday!

Davis Music Festival Saturday!

On Saturday, June 25, it’s the first annual Davis Music Festival. This event features twenty (20) bands at five venues in downtown Davis, including E Street Plaza, Odd Fellows Hall, Sophia’s Thai Kitchen, Delta of Venus and Little Prague. Throughout the day, festival goers can choose between dancing, swaying, line-dancing or even head banging. The […]

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Stop, Pop and Roll!

Stop, Pop and Roll!

Hi DLM readers! I just returned from my too-short vacation to Cabo San Lucas. Here are five travel tips to keep in mind as you embark on adventures this summer: 1. Pack light – and an extra bag. While packing ask yourself: In all honesty, can I live without this item for a couple days? […]

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UC Davis Softball Scholars

UC Davis Softball Scholars

My name is Paulo Camacho, and this is Macho Sports. When one thinks of the English Department, perhaps the stereotypical English professor comes to mind: a distinguished gray-haired, mustachioed gentleman, with his sweater vest, khaki pants and wire-rimmed spectacles. Maybe it is the constant essays, grammar exercises and aptitude tests one had to take when […]

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Impressionism at The Crocker

Impressionism at The Crocker

Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and the last Friday I walked to the bus stop and took YoloBus 42B to Old Sacramento and then took the scenic River Walk along the Sacramento River to O Street.  I walked a couple more blocks and I was outside the Crocker Art Museum.  I was early for the media […]

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The Good, the Bad, the Hungry

The Good, the Bad, the Hungry

It’s summertime and the garden is getting crowded. Pollinators are everywhere, rushing in a nectar collecting frenzy from bloom to bloom. Bees, syrphid flies, butterflies, moths, and more, crowd the flowers planted to attract them into the vegetable garden. Now that the tomatoes, peppers, beans and cucurbits have begun to bloom pollinators are in place […]

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