Here, in the middle of California, we are in a better position than ever before to meet the challenges associated with autism. But we’re still a long way from having everything we need. More is needed – more support, more services, more funding, m...
People come from all over the world to hike the John Muir Trail (JMT). It starts in Yosemite Valley at the foot of Half Dome and ends at the top of Mt. Whitney (the highest peak in the continental United States) over 200 miles away. The JMT ventur...
Two years ago in March, Banister and Wing’s commitment to preservation and revitalization reached a new level with the opening of their business, L.T. Sue Co. Tea Room & Emporium. The proprietors envision the tea room, located at the corner of Sev...
Many breeds of dogs are considered bullies, but don’t let their reputations fool you. While breeds like the American pit bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, and the American bull dog have long been know as “bully” breeds, even smaller dogs like Boston terriers fall into the category. And they’re not so scary, are they?
Since his 19th century French violin was smashed at his Tower Theatre concert a few years ago, Patrick Contreras has been known for plugging a solid body electric violin into a Mesa Boogie tube amp and rocking out at high volume. But he has a new, old fiddle and very cool things are happening.
I’ve never considered myself to be a superstitious person, but something happened recently to make me wonder whether I’ve been wrong all along.
I’m a big fan of technology. It seems almost everything I do involves the Internet in one way or another. However, I was painfully reminded of the advantages and limitations of technology during a recent trip to Seattle
The Majestic Mountain Loop is a collaboration by the Visalia and Oakhurst Convention and Visitors Bureaus and the Fresno Airport, to explore Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks. The tour starts in either Fresno or Visalia, and winds through all three parks in three days.
One of the most important things when it comes to fitness is that it’s all about taking charge of your life.
If that sounds like a daunting concept to grasp, start with my 100 day challenge. It’s a good round number and a lot easier to commit to than an open-ended life goal. Start on a Monday, keeping it nice and simple.
It’s been said, “Lose your beard, and you lose your soul.” Thanks to the Fresno Beard and Moustache Club, there is no shortage of soulful men in the Central Valley. They’re taking back their masculinity, and doing it in hirsute style.
A ranch like no other where dedication embraces the heart and spirit leads us on, Heart of the Horse Therapeutic Ranch is a retreat from the daily routine of appointments, traditional therapies, and the challenge of inclusive fun for those suffering from disabilities.
Nestled in the foothills of Clovis and 15 minutes from shopping and restaurants, this getaway embraces and encourages freedom, growth, love and inner peace.