We’re not the first ones to equate the dating world to a game or sport.
Just look at the stats: there’s competition, teams, plays, coaches, and, yes, even the trusted blockers. Thankfully, the men and women gracing the following pages are not overly concerned by their “solo” status and are content to keep playing the field for the love of the game.
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It’s obvious from skimming the pages of any home design magazine that tastes in décor and style vary greatly, not only from person to person, but from generation to generation. From avocado green tile in the ‘60s to geometric and floral prints of the ‘80s and ‘90s, our country’s homes have changed a lot. But not just with tile and wallpaper.
Continue reading Historic Architecture: Dream Homes of Yesteryear
For anyone that’s ever rolled out of bed late on a weekend morning, in need of a recovery breakfast from the previous night’s festivities, and made their way to Bagels and Blenderz on Stockdale Highway, you’re likely to have noticed the growing popularity of bicycling in the Bakersfield community.
Continue reading Spokes & Spandex: Biking in Bakersfield
Wouldn’t it be great if as soon as the ink was dry on your mortgage paperwork, you were given a copy of Everything You Need to Know to Own a House? There’d be information on flooring, roofing, decorating, and, of course, repairing. Now, wouldn’t it be great if this book actually existed?
Continue reading 2014 Home Connoisseur Guide
A tale of two coasts, seven decades, and one dream. So this dream walks into a muffler shop…
Continue reading Flying Red Chair: A Dragster’s Dream
Once Upon a Time ordering a hamburger was simple, straightforward, uncomplicated. Regardless of where you ordered it, you pretty much got the same thing: a cooked ground beef patty on a bun with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pickles…
Continue reading 2014 Best Burgers