There was a degree of reverence Redding’s Ann Sittig took in opening the box of her first book, “The Mayans Among Us,” when it arrived at her doorstep in March.
“It’s a mysterious thing. The more I pursued it, the better it got.” Stuart Sutherland of Heritage Roasting Company in Shasta Lake made that statement when describing the beginnings of his passion for excellent coffee.
Early this fall, a group of about 40 paddlers of all kinds will take a 100-mile trip down the Sacramento River, from Redding to Chico...
Weaverville’s cherished golf course was on the ropes. The restaurant and bar was about to become a church and a developer was envisioning a housing project on the nine-hole layout.
In just about any fitting room, in just about any city in the world, one unmistakable sound can be heard as summer approaches – the frustrated sighs of a woman trying to find the perfect swimsuit.
Gregory Thorson was a kindergartner when he saw a professional stage production of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.”
Ask someone who fly fishes where his or her favorite water flows and you are likely to get either a vague reply or none at all, for passionate anglers keep their sacred spots...
THERE’S A DEGREE OF EXHILARATION for any pilot in flight, but there’s a special brand of excitement for someone in a helicopter with nerves of steel and skills precise enough...
Ana Popovic rocks. Plain and simple. She’s a triple threat: an excellent singer, guitarist, and songwriter.
In spite of a history dating back more than six decades, Tsasdi Resort (pronounced ‘szawz-dee’), located in Lakehead, may be one of the best-kept secrets in the North State.