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Born to be Wild?

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Just like most kids, some of my oldest memories involve two wheels. For instance, on my 11th...

Sex, Drags, and Rock-n-Roll

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Is there anything better? Maybe. But these are a few of my favorite things...and this being our ...

My Titanic Moment

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A few years ago…okay, many years ago! Like, 45 years ago, during a period of unusually hars...

A Little Self Promotion

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Bakersfield Magazine

Garden Smarties

Written by Lynn Pitts

Sometimes, a fresh pair of eyes sees what is obvious. A recent houseguest of mine said, “Did you know that you have a lot of over-the-door shoe organizers? I never knew you had so many shoes.” By way of justification, I replied, “It’s a collection, like stamps...”

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The Shooting Bee

Written by Sarah Woodman

"Upon reaching the Arlington Hotel at 19th Street and Chester Avenue, Brown ran into Deputy Canaday and told him that he had “a little shooting bee with Dr. Lemke...”

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Rest for the Weary

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Since 1974, Ronald McDonald House Charities has been providing a place of peace and comfort for those whose children (or siblings, grandchildren) have been affected by harrowing medical issues that require extended hospital stays.

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Design Inspiration

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Brandon Smith didn’t grow up with a love of fashion or business. What he did grow up with was a love of people. So no one was more surprised than Smith when after some soul searching, he founded a nonprofit company that included the design and production of clothing...

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Putting Patients First

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

The medical field has always been one of innovation and evolution. For years, development of new treatments and technologies seemed to overshadow everything else in the industry—it was what we could create and how fast we could create it...

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A Silent Struggle

Written by Rosemary Hobbs

Imagine a life filled with confusion, chaos, and daily reminders that you are not quite yourself....

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Counting Sheep

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Having trouble sleeping? Should you do something about it?

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a busy schedule must be in want of a good night’s sleep.

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Sex, Drags, and Rock-n-Roll

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Is there anything better? Maybe. But these are a few of my favorite things...and this being our Man Issue, it seems only fitting that we offer a little of each.

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New Reflection

Written by Bakersfield magazine

Reconstructive surgery is rebuilding bodies, confidence...and lives.

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The Flying Red Chair

Written by Gordon Lull

A tale of two coasts, seven decades, and one dream. So this dream walks into a muffler shop...

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