RED BLUFF will be covered in burlap sacks and cowboy hats from July 19-22, when the Tehama District Fair gets under way for its 98th year.
TRAVELERS ALONG Interstate 5 cannot help but notice the tall, inviting electronic sign urging motorists to stop at the Olive Pit Store & Restaurant in Corning. Situated right off the Corning Road exit, the Olive Pit may not look impressive from the freeway, yet inside, visitors enter the marvelous world of olives.
CHEDDAR, SWISS, GOUDA, Parmesan. We all know that the best cheese, like a good wine, ages gracefully – heck, even cheddar can age up to five, six years – but California-based Rumiano Cheese Company is taking aging gracefully to another level.
IMAGES OF BRASS BANDS marching through the streets, particularly in conjunction with jazz funerals and second line parades, have come to represent the distinctiveness of New Orleans.
SOLD IN 3,100 stores in Western states, family-owned It’s Jerky shows that entrepreneurship is alive and well in Redding.
WHEN TREVOR SMITH left his hometown of Shasta Lake to pursue a career in the California Highway Patrol, he had no idea how short a pursuit that would be.
“SUMMER BIRDING” is a concept that does not excite most birders. Spring migration is over. It’s hot outside. Birds stay hidden in the shade of leaves and are hard to spot. However, there is always beauty – and birds – if you know where to look.
I'VE NEVER MET an antique I didn’t like, so it was completely natural for a vintage sign that read “Antiques” to stop me in my tracks. Two more signs, “The Historic Eagle House” and “The Inn at 2nd and C,” set my little antique-loving, adventure-seeking heart ablaze.
THERE'S NO MISTAKING Cinder Cone’s identity. Its looks are classic volcano.