Metropolis of asphalt and concrete?
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
After my gal posted a Facebook item detailing my birthday shenanigans and surprises and causing yours truly to receive an embarrassing number of congratulatory replies (but thank you very much) I decided to
I am lucky to have had only one father-in-law. He’s been called hardheaded, good-hearted, a good poker player, much worse and much better.
Sign of the times. The refurbishing and repainting of the almost-historic Farnesi’s sign at Avenue 16 is nearly complete and it is looking like it will last another fifty years.
Wishing the best. That would be to Elizabeth Catanesi. After a couple of decades serving the people of this community with the Madera Parks Department and First 5, she is off to bigger and better things.
Not exactly like the movie starring Clint Eastwood, “Two Mules for Sister Sara,” however, I suppose we could call it “Three Mules for Madera.” If you missed reading the story by yours truly about the “mule m
The “I”s have it. Do you have the same problem at the intersection of where I Street meets Yosemite Avenue?