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Seven Suns Cafe

SEVEN SUNS CAFE. 1011 Mount Shasta Boulevard. Mount Shasta, California. (530) 926-9701. Located about a mile from the freeway and directly off the first Mount Shasta exit (Northbound I-5), Seven … Continue reading

April 23, 2017 · Leave a comment

General Produce

The Bin General Produce: Vegetables the Old-Fashioned Way Have you ever wondered who’s feeding produce to your restaurants and supermarkets? Have you ever wondered where this food comes from and … Continue reading

April 1, 2013 · Leave a comment

Exploring Mount Shasta’s B&B Scene

MOUNT SHASTA RANCH BED & BREAKFAST. 1008 W.A. Barr Road. Mount Shasta, California. 96067. (530) 926-3870. The tiny town of Mount Shasta is well-known through-out the western states for its … Continue reading

April 1, 2013 · Leave a comment

Eye On the Independents

re: BACH. Lara St. John. Sony Classical. If there’s one word that might describe Lara St. John — it’s “guts.” How many other classical violinists would dare to invite pedal steel guitar … Continue reading

May 1, 2004 · Leave a comment

Diaries From American Women

Books, November 2003: Mount Shasta, the American Dream & More The Farmers Almanac & Old Farmers Almanac On Sports: Julian Peterson Helps Bring the 49ers Back From Obscurity THIS DAY: … Continue reading

November 1, 2003 · Leave a comment

Mary Fahl Emerges

ROMANCE OF THE VIOLIN. Joshua Bell. Sony Classical. The most remarkable thing about Joshua Bell’s playing is the layered textures he creates with his violin: More then a mere instrumentalist, Bell … Continue reading

November 1, 2003 · Leave a comment
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