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Power Foods for Kids

By Marcey Klein BS, CNC Back to school is upon us, believe it or not – this summer went by in record speed.  And what that means is plenty of preparing for school lunches, snacks, quick breakfasts, and dinners. Our children are growing at a rapid pace and need essential building blocks from the nourishing

Quail Hollow Kitchen’s –  Sourdough Hotcakes

The Recipe Box    by Quail Hollow Kitchens   We were big on camping and loved this recipe. Sourdough starter is an easy camping item. It needs no refrigeration, and just requires a daily feeding of flour and water, which is easy to carry as well as mix up while camping.   Quail Hollow Kitchen’s –

Astrology – September 2017 Horoscope

By Mr. Astrology Friday, September 22, 2017 at 1:02 PM (PDT) is the fall equinox, also called the autumnal equinox. There are two equinoxes every year in March and September when the angle of the Earth’s axis is oriented neither away from nor in the direction of the Sun. On this day the Sun’s rays

Food 831 – A Taste of the Santa Cruz Mountains

By Pam Nectar Gharibians   Mint is Mint!!   There is a little café along Scotts Valley Drive that is more than meets the eye. Mint reminds me of something out of another era…so friendly, so real, so cozy and warm. The location has its own connection to history. It’s where the old tree museum

A Year in the Life, Living on the Edge of the Redwood Forest

Breathing new life into a very old place By Lori Suzanne Holetz In a sleepy little hollow of the Redwood forest along the Central Californian Coast, my ancestors came, were given a land grant by the then President of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, in 1876, and built the original cabin, which remains as

#1 Secret to Happiness Or how comfort kills happy

What makes you happy? Think of something that really sticks out. I love Thai food and take-out Chinese. If I can slurp sweet and sour and see a movie on the big screen, I’m in paradise. If I did this a second day in a row, it would mean less. Five days straight wouldn’t add

What’s Actually Happening at SLV Water?

What’s Actually Happening at SLV Water?   By Chris Finnie   If you’re like me, you might have noticed some local media—social, print, and radio—accusing the San Lorenzo Valley Water District of a wide range of misconduct.   But I’ve been a customer for 22 years now. I’ve found the staff to be polite and

Fun in the Sun, Responsibly

By Marcey Klein BS, CNC Wonderful summer has finally arrived!  It’s easy to bask in the sun, stay out all day and overdo it either at the beach or at festivals and amusement parks. I have a tendency to become a weekend warrior myself, and when that happens, I come home fatigued, burnt from the

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