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Photo by Dan Gomes Beautifully captured outside Newman at dusk, this silhouette of the bones of this barn reminds us of the majestic skies we have here in the Valley.

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Issue 37

1. MOTHER-DAUGHTER SIP N’ PAINT A great way to have a girls night! This event includes a glass of wine for those over 21, or a soda/water for those underage. The best part is the painting, where mothers and daughters will be given step by- step instruction, see how their

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Issue 37Out and About

COMMUNITY BRUNCH The region’s culinary masters have done it again! Some of the Central Valley’s finest chefs served up delicious delights for the benefit of five local charities that help underprivileged children. For more information, visit WWW.THECOMMUNITYBRUNCH.COM.

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BY ATHINA OSMUSS Original Recipes by Jim & Athina Osmuss The holidays tantalize our senses unlike any other time of year. The smell of baked goods, the taste of sweetness, the feeling of warmth and coziness both inside and out. When our families gather for the holidays, we enjoy all

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BY CRYSTAL NAY It’s ten minutes until closing, and the front desk of Family First Medical Care is still abuzz with patients. From its humble yet bold beginnings, Dr. Silvia Diego, MD continues to lead this all-female, independent medical group as it defies expectations of healthcare, captures the hearts of

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BY CRYSTAL NAY They feature a wall of 17 beers on tap, 15 of which are their own brew. They used to have disposable, floating kegs called beer balls. Over 70 countries have carried their beer. They cook exclusively in a wood-fired oven, and feature trivia nights. It’s time for

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Past Articles

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The Market began as a commercial grocery store at La Comisaria, but it quickly took on the personality of its owner, a self-described craft beer geek obsessed with quality ingredients.

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The Central Valley showcased some of its most talented individuals and groups in August at the 9th Annual Valley Talent Project. Here are the finalists and winners of an incredible night of fantastic performances: VALLEY TALENT PROJECT 2018 AWARD WINNERS: $3,000 | E. & J. GALLO WINERY GRAND PRIZE Tie:

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By Crystal Nay. Improving a city center may sound like a daunting task. For one artist and his spray paint, transforming downtown areas across the globe is a very welcomed endeavor.

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By Crystal Nay. When people are hit with tragedy, we see what we are truly made of. After experiencing the tremendous loss of his wife of 36 years to leukemia, one man decided to start changing other’s lives.

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featured-contentmentIssue 36Travel

By Crystal Nay & Megan Anderson. Yosemite National park draws over 4 million visitors every year. Thousands of families make their greatest summer vacation memories visiting the Yosemite Valley, staring up at the world-renowned Half Dome, El Capitan, and Yosemite Falls waterfalls that cascade down the granite mountains that tower above. But what surrounds the Yosemite Valley floor?

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By Crystal Nay. Sometimes it’s a wake-up call while we’re going about our daily lives that shakes us to our core and redirects the way we live. Sometimes it’s a blessing masked in tragedy. For one man in search of a donor kidney, it was a little bit of both.

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