Friday, September 19, 2014

Don’t miss afternoon ‘Valley Jewel’ Bus Tours

Beat the afternoon heat and join historian David Wilkinson, author of “Crafting a Valley Jewel: the Architects & Builders of Woodland,” and preservation architect Roger Klemm on a bus tour showcasing Woodland’s exceptional architectural history. The 1.5-hour tour in the comfort of an air-conditioned tour bus, will trace the full spectrum of Woodland’s architecture and […]

University Honda

At University Honda, buying a car is easy. The Malinoff family business at 4343 Chiles Road, Davis, aims to make the process stress-free and even fun. Owned by Doug Malinoff, the automobile sales and service business also has employed his sons over the 22 years in business. Stephen, Davis High School Class of 2005, is […]

Preventing child abuse before it begins

By Judy Wolf In 1999, the Rotary Club of Davis began a program to reduce the incidence of child abuse locally, nationally and internationally. The Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP), was unanimously adopted as the club’s program for the new millennium. Since that time, the program mission has been one that seeks to inform the public of […]

Visitors’ Guide: Farm tours

Yolo County is agriculture land, and there are many ways to get out and experience it. As Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor explained, “Yolo County plays a unique role in our region. When we talk about a ‘farm to fork’ effort in the Sacramento region, more often than not, the farm is in Yolo County. […]

Ask the Expert: Caring for Women Wellness Center

FAQs about Menopause (From a Regional Expert!) Questions and answers with Dr. Michael Goodman 1. How do I know if I am (peri-) menopausal? “Menopause” is the time of a woman’s final menstrual period. Of course, the only way to know if it is your “final” is to see if any more follow. By definition, 12 […]

Mondavi Center entertains and educates

The world-class Mondavi Center will host performances by Lyle Lovett on July 7; Steve Martin on Aug. 25; and Bonnie Raitt on Sept. 18. For more information, call (866) 754-2787 or visit