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Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona

I broke my budget at Prescott’s Farmers Market. Who could resist coffee, marmalades, patty pan squash, sourdough bread, cactus tea, Lebanese zatar bread and spinach pies, radish sprouts, raw cacao nibs, and veggie samosas? Not me. But I digress. After … Continue reading

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Lists and a FREE Book: Lists of Books and Films at Prescott’s Film Festival

For those who like lists and free stuff, this post is for you. The two lists are my ever-changing top seven must read books, this one limited to authors that have passed AND the films I’d see if I was … Continue reading

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FREE Book for Memorial Day 2018 and a Boxed Fantasy Set for 99 Cents

Have you read Michelle Dutton’s  Lillian in the Doorway? Did you know that Alice and her detective boss had a case in California three years earlier? That mystery was documented in a novella called The Admiral of Signal Hill. I’m offering … Continue reading

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Elijah and a Festival of Creative Women

I attended Mendelssohn’s Elijah concert Saturday at CSUF Clayes Performing Arts Center. Conducted flawlessly by John Alexander, I was mesmerized by the singers, the choir, and the orchestra. I’ve not seen Elijah performed live before and boy, am I a fan … Continue reading

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April Family Time in Oceanside, California

We siblings grew up near the beach and something in us hungers to return. Even my mother, born and raised in Kansas, longs to watch the ocean during the day, walk the coastline, and fall asleep to the sound of … Continue reading

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Muckenthaler’s Chili and Bowls December 2017

Last December, Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton, California held a fundraiser that included an artisan bowl  filled with artisan chili for $20. The monies went to their arts educational program. The holiday fair had booths set up on the lawn … Continue reading

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Snow, Cadavers, and Breathing in a February Prescott

Late February, I made a quick (for me) decision to visit Prescott, Arizona and drove up on a Sunday. I was on tenterhooks because of weather and not wanting to drive in snow. It looked as if the weekend and … Continue reading

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