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Eat, Drink and be Cary

Eat, Drink and be Cary

I’ve come to realize that we eat out too much. Not too much for my liking, but too much for me to write individual stories on each dining experience. So, in light of this, I’m changing the format of my Well Fed column to include more places, more often, instead of choosing just one to […]

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Never Too Much Thai

Never Too Much Thai

You hear the complaints all over town – “Not another Thai restaurant.” Well I couldn’t disagree more. I love that we have variety. All of the restaurants prepare the foods in different ways. I have favorite dishes at all of the Thai restaurants and love having choices in ambiance and locations. It’s really like saying […]

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m ready for the sun on my face and controlling my body temperature when outdoors by simply stepping in or out of the shade. One glorious day in February, my husband, our youngest son and I met my sister, brother-in-law and their kids at our favorite […]

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The bad news is, Aioli’s Restaurant in Davis has closed its doors and is currently vacating their current 808 Second Street location. The good news is, Charlie Swanson has leased the space and has asked my husband Jon Sanchez to partner with him in opening a new restaurant in its place. The new upscale restaurant will be called Our House...

We’re Opening a Restaurant!

The bad news is, Aioli’s Restaurant in Davis has closed its doors and is currently vacating their current 808 Second Street location. The good news is, Charlie Swanson has leased the space and has asked my husband Jon Sanchez to partner with him in opening a new restaurant in its place. The new upscale restaurant […]

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Classical Guitar Series

Classical Guitar Series

For the Davis Art Center’s upcoming classical guitar series, performers and concert organizers are embracing Chopin’s mantra—“Nothing is more beautiful than a guitar, save perhaps two”—by presenting classical and innovative pieces performed by guitar ensembles, quartets and trios. The series kicks off on February 11 with a performance by the talented guitar students of the […]

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