Susan Straight | KCET
Post date: 2012-03-15T09:50:16-07:00
Something many Americans believe about Southern California is that people here came from somewhere else. In Riverside, every day I see people I've known since kindergarten, and every time I go to a North High game, it's like a family reunion.
Post date: 2012-03-06T07:05:36-08:00
None of this would be in this long desert valley without two essentials brought from other places years ago, or months ago, or yesterday: water and workers.
Post date: 2012-02-23T08:00:00-08:00
Imagine it is late August, and 120 degrees, and you have to climb the hundred feet of ladder to cut each heavy bunch of dates with a knife fashioned out of steel and lower the bunch on a hook to a man waiting at the bottom. Now imagine that you have t...
Post date: 2012-02-21T08:55:00-08:00
County Fairs in America usually make people think of late summer or early fall -- harvest of corn or apples, prize pigs like Wilbur in "Charlotte's Web" along with horses, cows, and chickens on display. Who would expect a county fair in February?
Post date: 2012-02-09T08:00:00-08:00
Post date: 2012-01-26T08:00:00-08:00
It can be historic, as it remains the nation's first-ever master-planned retirement community where seniors could buy their own plot of land, move onto it a single or double-wide mobile home, and run this world.