It is no secret that local farmers’ markets have become decidedly more savvy these days. The Brimhall and Marketplace farmers’ markets have come to bring a little something for everybody.
We know women wear many hats (mother, daughter, friend, chef, maid, breadwinner), and so it’s not uncommon for a woman to put her health and well-being on the back burner in order to take care of those around her. We hope that these Special Ladies in Red stories will inspire those at-risk women in Kern County to start taking care of themselves. If it could happen to them, it can happen to anyone, so take their words to heart and learn to take better care of yours.
Once again, the Joaquin Squares gathered to cut a rug for a good cause! For the sixth year in a row, a friendly square dancing competition was held at the Rasmussen Center where they were “swinging for Ronald.” Ronald McDonald, that is, as the proceeds went to benefit the local Ronald McDonald House. A great raffle was also held and refreshments were at the ready for the dancers to refuel with.
Autism Awareness Conference Friday, April 10th, 2015
Oh, libations! We are all probably familiar with the unpleasant feeling that follows a night out “celebrating life”—so what really works to cure what ails you when the sun comes back up? Have you given much thought to fresh juice? Not menudo, not water, but juiced fruits and vegetables to give your body the boost that it so direly needs.
Whither the Silent Voice
What is this thing, rising up to dark skies above the thirsty fields near Delano, its matrix of strange antennas, tubes, and wires, now silent of the whines and whirrs of their past?