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Living and Working in Unprecedented Times

The “new normal” is certainly becoming more and more normal these days, isn’t it? Once ignored spaces in our homes have transformed into workspaces. We chalk up miles on our credit cards without the slightest intention of

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Up Close with Will Bucquoy

There’s some oft-mentioned advice for those building a photography career: find a niche. Weddings, landscapes, photojournalism or portraits—whatever it is, find a specialty and stay there. Will Bucquoy did not follow that advice. “I’ve shot everything,” he

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Niche Ranching in the era of COVID-19

Where’s the beef? And for that matter, the chicken, pork and lamb? Thirty-six years after Clara Peller uttered her iconic line in a Wendy’s commercial that became an advertising classic, Americans in the era of COVID-19 were

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A Growing Concern

Calaveras County Sheriff’s marijuana enforcement team checked their equipment, tightening up vests, and inspected their guns as they geared up for yet another raid on an unlicensed cannabis grow. The deputies stormed a West Point, Calif., residence

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Bricoleur Vineyards

The team at Bricoleur Vineyards created the winery’s moniker from the French word bricoleur, which translates to: “One who starts building something with no clear plan, adding bits here and there, cobbling together a whole, while flying

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Victory Garden Revival

During the shelter-in-place order stores are closed, businesses lay empty, and streets have less traffic. However, walk into any farm supply store or nursery—considered essential—and business is beyond booming. Seed supply companies are selling out, and soil

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