Any book written by two chefs who hail from the Ottolenghi dynasty comes with a considerable sense of anticipation. Sami Tamimi and Tara Wigley’s Falastin (Ebury Press, £28), a book about the culture, history, people and – importantly – food of Palestine, is a labour of love that fully deserves the fervour. READ MORE HEREContinue Reading
Look on the internet and it won’t take long to find several social media posts about how bored and frustrated folks are from having to stay home due to the coronavirus pandemic.Not Kim Evans.The Tuscaloosa resident at 3 Windsor Drive doesn’t feel that way at all. Her thoughts turn to the people who can’t stay […]Continue Reading
From Taft Midway Driller & Dennis McCall Fred LaMarsna restores 150-year-old buggy over the years and now it’s on display at West Kern Oil Museum The West Kern Oil Museum’s transportation building has a new ride thanks to a labor of love that began 56 years ago. It was 1963 when Taft native Fred LaMarsna […]Continue Reading
Thank you Jared Prestwidge & Riverine Herald ECHUCA-Moama Men’s Shed stopped into Bupa on Thursday to donate woodworking tools to help residents build their own model paddlesteamers. The paddlesteamers have been a project at the men’s shed since 2011, and will now be constructed and painted at Bupa by their residents before being sold at […]Continue Reading
It is a craft dating back centuries, but in a modern world, it is at times overlooked and often forgotten. Thanks to the efforts of an area 4-H Club and a local business, young men and women are rediscovering the art of woodworking.