Community

My Town

My Town: The Proverbial Village… Everyone can find their identity in the city of Redding. After graduating from college, getting married and having our first child, Bria, we decided toRead More
Community

A Lot, In Common

A Lot Takes Shape With The New Etna Beautification Project Danish architect Jan Gehl once said, “A good city is like a good party – people stay longer than reallyRead More
Life + Leisure, Recreation + Outdoors

Goats Galore

For The Love of Goats at Saddleback Ranch… Once upon a time, a man and his wife bought a nice home with acreage in Northeast Redding. They called it SaddlebackRead More
Community

Open Doors

AAUW Celebrates 50 Years of Funding Education… The Redding Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) has hosted its annual fundraising Home Tour and Art Show for 49Read More
Recreation + Outdoors

Call of the Wild

Sierra Nevada Red Foxes In Lassen Volcanic National Park… Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to a fluffy fox that is one of the rarest mammals in California. Small, smart,Read More
Community

Welcome Back

September Venues Reopening… The people who work to bring people together in performing arts venues are breathing big sighs of relief as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease and stage lightsRead More
Community, Life + Leisure

Movers & Shakers

Todd Deck, Tehama County Library Director… Todd Deck remembers his days in graduate school preparing for his master’s degree in library science at Emporia State University. Library Journal was standardRead More
Recreation + Outdoors

Feeling Good

Boosting Your Immune System in California Adventure District… One of the valuable lessons we are learning during this season is the importance of building a strong, natural immune system. LuckilyRead More
Community, Food + Dining

Orange Appeal

Make A Stop At Joe’s Giant Orange in Shasta Lake… Just off I-5, a big plastered painted orange sits perched in front of what is dutifully named Joe’s Giant OrangeRead More
Community

Downtown Details

Thank You For Supporting Downtown Redding Businesses… Be the change. In order to revitalize Downtown Redding, Viva Downtown and other groups have worked with a set of Eight Principles. TheseRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Recreation + Outdoors

Enjoy The View

Pastels – Trinidad Pier… Marnie Patchett is a fine art photographer specializing in long exposure, black-and-white and light painting photography. Whether capturing a moment in time or a period ofRead More
Food + Dining

What’s Cookin’

Lemon Raspberry Muffins… September 2021 Recipe Muffins are a classic breakfast favorite, and these lemon raspberry muffins are no exception. They’re perfectly moist, bursting with juicy raspberries, have a crunchyRead More
Food + Dining

Art or Science?

Find Out More About Molecular Gastronomy… “Cooking is an art, but all art requires knowing something about the techniques and materialsUsing modernist techniques, you get more control, and that allowsRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Caring for Nature

Siskiyou Outdoor Recreation Alliance Stewardship Corps… Conservationist John Muir once remarked, “The mountains are calling and I must go,” a summons that many followed this past year during the uncertaintyRead More
Life + Leisure

Make A Difference

Small Steps For Big Change… “I’d love to volunteer, if I only had more time.” “I’d love to do more traveling, if only I had more money.” “I’d love toRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Cool Blue Jewel

Siskiyou’s Turquoise Gem — McCloud Reservoir… Just 10 miles south of the historic logging town of McCloud, the McCloud Reservoir, or “the Res” as it’s known to locals, is aRead More
Arts + Entertainment, Community

Who… New

Shane Drake, Donny Osmond, a Song and a Parking Garage… While one’s mind might jump to Mt. Shasta or the Sundial Bridge when considering the local amenities most likely toRead More
Food + Dining

What’s Cookin’?

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Verde… August 2021 Recipe Tomatillos are plentiful in our garden this year, but readily available at stores and farmers markets as well.This bright, tangy roasted tomatillo salsaRead More
Recreation + Outdoors

Take A Stand

Paddling the Sacramento River… Just after the break of dawn at the Sundial Bridge in Redding, groups of paddlers in human-powered vessels of all shapes and sizes steadily launch intoRead More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

In A Cavern

Lake Shasta Caverns and the International Year of Caves and Karst… Caves have been friends to people for more than a million years, so it’s only appropriate the geological formationsRead More
Recreation + Outdoors

Hot On The Trail

Four Great Siskiyou Stops Along the Pacific Crest Trail… For 2,650 miles, the Pacific Crest Trail weaves from the border of Mexico to Canada. Some 7,000 hikers trek the pathRead More
Life + Leisure, Recreation + Outdoors

Get ‘Er Done

Jan Pluim – Craftsman Extraordinaire… It takes a while to settle on a title for Jan Pluim, 84, who keeps a large and immaculate workshop near his Red Bluff home.Read More
Community, Recreation + Outdoors

Finding Water

Top Watering Holes to Help You Cool Off… With Summer in full swing, the desire to cool down in a body of water becomes a natural draw. Luckily, in theRead More