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arts and cultureinspiring spacesIssue 23

By Noel DanielFrank Lloyd Wright was a cornerstone in American architecture. It’s almost a little hard to believe that such a household name would establish a custom home in Modesto, California. It’s said that Wright would encourage those looking for a place to settle down to “go out as far

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aestheticsarts and culturefeatured-aestheticsinspiring spacesIssue 22

By Michele Laverty The Farm to Table movement comes home at Bloomingcamp Ranch. Once a sheep farm where hundreds of sheep grazed pasture land the ranch became known as the place for fresh produce and even fresher baked goods. Founders Bill & Joy Bloomingcamp began planting almond and walnut trees

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aestheticsfeatured-aestheticsinspiring spacesIssue 21

By Elisa Hutsell Greens Market has always been known for their gorgeous displays of delectable, artisan foods. Always fresh and bright fruits, soups, salads, and sandwiches with wholesome ingredients. But it’s not just their fare that has high visual appeal. With the recent renovation to their building, Greens on Tenth

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featured-food-and-wineinspiring spacesIssue 14

The Queen Bean might call itself a Coffee House, but for the throngs of families, telecommuters, students, police officers and artists who patronize it every day, the Queen Bean is more like a coffee home.

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