For nearly two years, David Breaux, also know as the “Compassion Guy,” has been standing on the corner of Third and C streets in downtown Davis with a pen and paper, asking passersby to write down their definition of compassion. Breaux, a Stanford graduate, was inspired to do the project after hearing Karen Armstrong, a […]
Bridging the gaps between fact and fiction, mixing both real and imagined events, author Jerry Fishman of Davis allows readers to re-examine what took place on the morning of May 4, 1970, at Kent State University in his newly published novel, “How Nixon Taught America to do the Kent State Mambo.” On May 4, 1970, […]
Weight Watchers meetings take place weekly in Davis. Redwood Park, 1111 Anderson Rd.: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.; and Saturdays at 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Physical Edge, 1460 Drew Ave., Suite 200: Wednesdays at 9 a.m.
A new Weight Watchers program that focuses on healthier choices may help tip the scale for those struggling to keep the pounds off. After 13 years of the original points program, Points Plus launched in late November. Watching their weight in a whole new way, members on Points Plus are now looking at total fiber, […]
Team Leslie, a pair of Davis real estate agents, have put a new spin on the traditional tour of homes for sale. Rather than zipping down the street in a car, agents Leslie Tuel and Leslie Blevins offer clients the option of touring homes by bike. Pedaling through a neighborhood, potential home buyers can slow […]
Enterprise correspondent \n Peter Kerr of Davis has said goodbye to long lines at the gas station and is cutting his bills — thanks to Nissan, which has gone electric. \n Launched in December, the all-electric Nissan Leaf is “the world\’s first affordable, zero-emission car” on the market, according to the company. It\’s in high […]