The words “rock garden” may make you shrink back in fear, causing you to think of the spray-painted lava rocks that plague retirement communities, but this landscaping feature has experienced a resurgence lately (with a twist!), making it a popular alternative to grass.
The annual State of the City Forum was an exciting chance to rub shoulders with Bakersfield’s movers and shakers. Gathered together for a wonderful lunch, attendees were able to listen to highlights of the past year and learn about what the future holds for our city. This year’s special luncheon honored Mayor Harvey Hall for his 16 years of service.
It may be an odd name—Red Grill Onions—but that’s the only thing odd about this delightful addition to Bakersfield’s downtown dining scene.
In a city stuffed with good Mexican restaurants, Red Grill Onions Mexican Café & Bar stands out, judging by Yelp and Facebook reviews.
A plethora of painted pick-ups (how’s that for alliteration?) are eagerly awaiting deployment in celebration of the Bakersfield Museum of Art’s diamond anniversary.
The recent Central Coast Wine Competition showed both the rapid growth of wineries in the Central Coast American Viticultural Area (AVA) and high quality of wines produced there.
We like to think of our homes as being a safe place for us, our families, and our precious belongings. But our peaceful oasis can sometimes also attract unwanted attention.