California · Central Valley · Sports

The First Tee of Fresno takes over Len Ross Memorial – Fresno City Junior Amateur Tournament

The First Tee of Fresno has announced the acquisition of the 72nd Len Ross Memorial – Fresno City Junior Amateur Championship. As of the end of 2018, the Fresno-Greater S.J. Valley Jr. Golf Foundation, commonly referred to as the Len Ross Foundation, has closed its doors for good giving The First Tee of Fresno its… Continue reading The First Tee of Fresno takes over Len Ross Memorial – Fresno City Junior Amateur Tournament

California · Travel

What’s New in San Diego this Spring

Major Attractions In 2019, LEGOLAND California Resort celebrates its 20th anniversary in San Diego’s North County. The theme park is giving children aged 12 and under a free admission on their birthday in celebration of LEGOLAND’s 20th birthday. The park is also offering special events throughout the year starting with The LEGO Movie Days on… Continue reading What’s New in San Diego this Spring

California · Entertainment · Family · Travel

World of Disney Reopens in Grand Style in California and Florida

Whether at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., or Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, World of Disney is the ultimate shopping destination for all things Disney. Now these two dynamic retail experiences are unveiling complete transformations that make shopping easier and more fun – with a dash of pixie dust on top. World… Continue reading World of Disney Reopens in Grand Style in California and Florida

California · Central Valley

Where to Eat and Play With Yosemite Closed?

With Yosemite National Park being closed from the south gate entrance on Highway 41 due to the Ferguson fire’s smoky conditions, visitors are asking what they can do instead. Visit Yosemite-Madera County encourages all visitors to stop in to the visitor center located at 40343 Highway 41, Oakhurst to speak to volunteers and staff for suggestions or… Continue reading Where to Eat and Play With Yosemite Closed?

California · Entertainment · Food

California Foodways podcast expands

The Food & Environment Reporting Network (FERN) has partnered with California Foodways, the critically acclaimed public radio series by award-winning reporter and producer Lisa Morehouse, as she expands it into a podcast. In California Foodways, Morehouse travels county by county in California, reporting stories that explore the intersection of food, culture, history, labor, economy, and environment. The… Continue reading California Foodways podcast expands

California · Central Valley · Family

Treat yourself to an endless summer of fun at Bass Lake in the Sierra Nevada Foothills

Bass Lake set in the Sierra Nevada foothills officially launched on May 1st with a media kick-off event to showcase the sparkling star lake, the tall sugar and ponderosa pines and one sequoia tree. An endless summer of activities and events were shared and the biggest star of Bass Lake is the bald eagles that… Continue reading Treat yourself to an endless summer of fun at Bass Lake in the Sierra Nevada Foothills

California · Education

California teachers Win $10,000

Thanks to the generosity and support of an anonymous donor, AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), a nationally recognized nonprofit and college readiness system, will present the Teacher Advocacy Team Award to five deserving California AVID Site Teams this month in Sacramento. As a part of this honor, the winners will receive $10,000 to strengthen AVID… Continue reading California teachers Win $10,000