Hola! Today’s random rider is Sergei Shubin. Sergei is an economics major and community & regional development minor at UC Davis. He is pre-law and hopes to attend Stanford Law School but jokingly says that he’ll apply “everywhere” and anywhere. Sergei instantly greeted me with a warm smile when I plotted myself next to him […]
Archive | October, 2011
Your chance has arrived to pick up rare vinyl records, CD’s and music-related collectibles at The Armadillo Music & KDVS Record Extravaganza just in time for Halloween. What ghoul or goblin could pass up a chance to look for a vinyl copy of “The Monster Mash” or Michael Jackson’s “Thriller?” The Record Extravaganza will take […]
Are your lack of plans for this weekend freaking you out? Feeling more like a glum ghoul than a jolly jack-o-lantern? If so, here are some last minute Halloween ideas to spice up your weekend: There are many haunted houses and ghost tours open on Friday, such as Fright Planet at the Cal Expo, Forest […]
The end of tomato season is in sight. Tomato plant leaves are looking bedraggled, clouds of white flies erupt whenever the plants get jostled, and ripening has slowed to a crawl. Yet there may still be a good number of green tomatoes hanging on those fading plants. It can be fun to see how late […]
Tatum Oaks has fun at Impossible Acres. Impossible Acres (located on the corner of Road 31 and Road 98) is open from 9 am to 6 pm every day of October and offers attractions which include a pumpkin patch, mazes, and a farm animal petting zoo.
Hi. I’m walking Bob, and the first time I saw Michael Beaucage’s motorized tricycle fly down the street and make a smooth u-turn, I have to admit I was a little surprised by how fast he was traveling with such little effort. Soon I learned that Michael’s tricycle was what is now being called an […]