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Ross for Gallery 1855

Ross for Gallery 1855

  “In silence and movement you can show the reflections of people.” ~ Marcel Marceau  Jean Ross is fascinated with the relationship of people to place. Traveling behind the lens, she captures the simple spontaneity of human joy expressed in gestures of everyday living. The images in this show were taken in and around Salvador […]

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Relax. Laugh. Drink Good Beer.

Relax. Laugh. Drink Good Beer.

Tis the season for merriment and joy, or if you prefer, for rampant consumerism, non-stop parties, seasonal exhaustion, and over-spending.  Maybe a mixture of both.  However you approach the holidays (or however they approach you) I’d argue its good to lighten up a bit, not take yourself too seriously, and laugh once in awhile.  It’s […]

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Tree Season

Tree Season

As part of our holiday celebrations, my family and I went looking for a tree to decorate this weekend at the Silveyville Pumpkin and Christmas Tree Farm on Silveyville Road in Dixon.                

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Big Irish Shindigs

Big Irish Shindigs

Hola! Today’s random rider is Janaye Pierce. She’s a fourth year at UC Davis and an English major with a minor in education. I met Janaye on an especially gloomy and windy day; however, the interview was nothing short of spirited and warm. Janaye and I were pleasantly surprised to learn that we are both […]

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Autumn Leaves in Davis

Autumn Leaves in Davis

Hi.  I’m walking Bob, and after 35 years in Southern California I had pretty well forgotten about the beauty of the changing of the seasons that has added so much color to Davis in recent weeks.  When I started to write this article, it was even more colorful, but the recent winds did their best […]

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Bee Informed

Bee Informed

The UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery is a Davis treasure. Tours, classes, family activities and the most wonderful plant sales are big attractions here. Last Saturday Robbin Thorpe professor emeritus of entomology, and Neal Williams, assistant professor of entomology,  spoke to a chilly and windblown but enthusiastic group of gardeners about native pollinators and, in […]

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