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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...

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Bakersfield Magazine

Distinctive Dining

Written by By Mike Stepanovich - Photos by Eric James

Eureka! I found it! Our state’s motto is only too appropriate regarding an absolute jewel of a restaurant–Rincon Cubano Cuban Café at 1907 S. Chester Ave.

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It’s About Passion

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Though the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County has had a presence in this community for nearly 50 years, the organization continues to evolve in order to support the youth in our area in reaching their full potential...

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Saving Lives

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

There’s little question that St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been instrumental in saving the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable patients since they began operations in 1962. Over the years, they have consistently...

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Protecting Your Palace

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

We don’t want to alarm you, but your house…it’s just waiting to turn on you...

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Citrus Crunch

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

With spring in full force and summer on its way, now is the time to focus on the lighter side of the menu. Food that is not only great for you, but great tasting.

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Dollar Stretcher

Written by Tracie Grimes

After dipping her toe in the working world as a mystery shopper, an in-bound home telemarketer, and a home day care provider, Carla McCoy came across a business idea that would not only help her family’s ends meet, it would help most Bakersfield parents stretch their dollars.

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Primetime Gardening

Written by Lynn Pitts

Easter time in Bakersfield is still cool enough to say it’s spring, but warm enough to plant summer vegetables from seeds and transplants. It’s a good time to get out there, Carpe Diem and smell the terra firma.

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My Titanic Moment

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

A few years ago…okay, many years ago! Like, 45 years ago, during a period of unusually harsh oppressive rule (I was grounded—again), my buddy at the time, David (also grounded—again), and I set about devising our own Great Escape.

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2014 Discover Kern

Written by Donna McCrohan Rosenthal

Kern County is a treasure trove of awesome people, places, events, and, of course, nature. Take a gander at this year’s encyclopedia of local facts! You may just be surprised at how much you learn about the county you call home...

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Time Capsules

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

When we’re young, the pages of textbooks are filled with names and dates and events that seem so far removed from our daily lives that it’s hard to accept the significance of them. As we age, the impact of events in the collective past come to mean different things because we start to realize how our own family histories fit in to the world.

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