Someone told me the other day I was on my way to being a true Californian because we’ve lived here for years and haven’t been to Yosemite. I was so horrified we immediately planned a camping trip. I wasn’t horrified at the prospect of being a true Californian, but horrified to realize that a natural […]
Archive | September, 2011
Hi. I’m Walking Bob, and when I was writing about The Avid Reader a while back, I saw that they were going to hold one of their author book-signings off location at Sudwerk. Alzada Knickerbocker offers up a pleasant setting and there are sometimes light refreshments when she has authors speak in the store, but […]
The weather may not be quite agreeing, but the truth is that summer is coming to an end and the time is here to get winter gardens going. It may be difficult to remember what January can be like (think fog, fog, fog, rain, fog) when it is pushing 100 degrees and the sun is […]
Muir Commons, the first cohousing community in the country, celebrated its 20th anniversary this weekend with a myriad of fun activities for residents and friends.
Our third look into the life and running of Fleet Feet moms brings us a different, but even more inspiring, kind of story. Let’s meet Chris H! Chris Hartsfield is a Fleet Feet employee and mom of three. She started running with Running for Women in January of 2010. She joined the class with her […]
Old songs are like old friends. They’ve brought us joy and comfort, made us laugh or brought tears to our eyes, inspired us to think and reflect. But while radio, CDs and downloads preserve those songs as we remember them when we first heard them, what of the talented people who composed and performed those […]