A place to feel at peace.
Remembering the small but personal things lost in the Camp Fire.
A section of this essay ran as a guest column in the Paradise Post. I’ve never been to hell and I base the choices in my life with hopes that I don’t end up there. For many, the November 8th morning drive from Paradise to Chico was a trip through literal hell, as flames from […]
If you were to ask “The Gentleman” where he feels happiest, you might expect him to answer standing over his opponent with a referee holding his arm up. Or perhaps, if you knew his personal film preference, you’d think him to say on the couch watching a Disney movie. A good guess, considering that’s where […]
Within view of a flower memorial that stands where a life was lost, over 100 community members lined the corner of Pearson and Black Olive Drive in Paradise, California Saturday afternoon. They were there to express anger against the ruling of Butte County District Attorney, Mike Ramsey, on a police shooting that occurred just before […]
Last Thursday evening I attended the final “It’s Cooler Up Here” event located at the train park in my hometown. A type of farmer’s market mingle where locals brought their dogs and lawn chairs to enjoy the August evening and some live music. The large turnout of Ridge inhabitants was pleasantly surprising and it included […]