When making improvements to your home, cost and aesthetics are often the only two things that we focus on. And while these are crucial factors to keep in mind, you should also consider the long-term. Don’t forget the importance of energy efficiency and curb appeal when choosing windows and doors, because both can add value to your home while saving you money.
Together they run Sunshine Metal Clad, Inc., him as the President and her as the Vice-President. They might spend their days at the office, but that doesn’t keep them from being a hilarious dynamic duo with a penchant for pranks.
Celebrating its 75th year, the Kern County Museum threw a wild Forties Front Porch Party. The event’s porch crawl led guests through the museum grounds to sample themed cocktails and food to live swing music from Little Big Band. Vintage military vehicles and an arm wrestling competition were popular attractions.
For Phyllis Oliver, saying art has been with her her entire life is not an exaggeration. “I started out as a child making jewelry because my grandma made it, as well,” she stated. “She was the first American woman to exhibit in places like Russia and the Brussels World Fair in 1935.” Though making beautifully jeweled adornments didn’t end up being her specialty, she has brought beauty to the world in her own way.
Pie and tea! Most people love both of them but rarely do you hear the two combined in any usual fashion. This is where, yet again, Bakersfield innovation comes into play showcased at a couple of the Farmers’ Markets right here in town. Alchemy Bakery and Brew just came onto the scene in October of last year and owner Jodi Kessler decided to change things up a bit by combining two of her favorite things.
The California Aeronautical University held its grand opening with fun and fanfare. A ribbon cutting took place followed by a delicious lunch. Attendees were able to try out different flight simulators while touring the grounds. This world-class campus offers incredible training and educational opportunities second to none in the nation.