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My Titanic Moment

Letters from the Editor

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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

Letters from the Editor

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We're a pretty proud bunch over here at the magazine…and with good reason. Our job is cele...

OMG, I've been “frugaled”!

Letters from the Editor

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Those that know me know I have an obsession with PopTarts (see editor’s letter 29-3); Cherry PopT...

Rock-n-Roll All Night

Letters from the Editor

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Back before MTV, the Internet, and iPods; and prior to $300 VIP meet-n-greets and international farewell/retro-comeback tour...


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Royal Treatment

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Summer has arrived! It’s the perfect time to nosh on something light and flavorful with some fresh local produce sprinkled in for good measure. But what to eat?

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Urgent Assist-Kern 999 Foundation

Written by Eman Shurbaji

For peace officers all over the country, being injured or killed in the line of duty is always a possibility. And unfortunately for local families, there will always be too many Kern County law enforcement officers that fall while serving their community...

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Farmer’s Wife Recipe–Cowboy Caviar

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Sandy Garone is no stranger to delicious local produce, as well as some fascinating local history. She currently resides at the McKittrick Ranch, which is named for its original owner, Captain William H. McKittrick...

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Written by Bakersfield Magazine

You might be one of those people that thinks your worsening eyesight is just from age. Or maybe you’re one of those people that gets a toothache and thinks, “Ah, well, it’s just a tooth, what’s the big deal?” So you get it taken care of without a fuss. It certainly can’t be indicative of other health concerns, right?

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It's Not Just A Cork

Written by Mike Stepanovich

Robb Talbott has had it. The owner of Talbott Vineyards in Monterey County blew his cork recently when the topic of screw caps came up...

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What's That Fork For?

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Why are proper table settings seen as something only utilized by the snooty and the elite when even back in the Middle Ages people were dressing up their tables with plates and glasses?

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Help In Tough Times

Written by Jessica Shillings

Something to Consider: Talking about these things now can save heartache and stress in the event of a medical emergency.

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Off The Beaten Path

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

Vacation, daycation, staycation, whatever trendy word you want to call it, a trip to someplace new and exciting, where you can unwind and breathe in some fresh air, is never out of style. And here in Kern County, we have your pick of perfect places. For adventurers whose idea of a getaway involves a sleeping bag and weenies to roast over a campfire: this installment of Great Getaways is for you...

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Giving It All

Written by Tracie Grimes

Yes, success is a wonderful thing, but failing is okay, too, says Scott Harrison, founder of Terra Novo, a leading manufacturer of erosion and sediment control products based here in Bakersfield...

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The Last Rock-n-Roll DJ in B•Town

Written by Francis Mayer

Danny Spanks is sitting in his office at 1100 Mohawk Avenue, and he’s picking songs that will end up on the playlists at 106.1 KRAB Radio.

He isn’t using the latest charts out of Los Angeles, he’s using an old tool that many in the radio business have abandoned. He’s using his ears...

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