Friday marks the only day of the year when it’s socially acceptable to pinch your peers if they are not wearing green -- and, yes, we’re talking about St. Patrick’s Day. Along with the holiday’s traditions of styling shamrock-beaded necklaces putting on
Grab your mittens and scarves -- Thursday is Snow Night during the Downtown Farmers' Market in San Luis Obispo. And if you haven't already completed your holiday shopping, well -- that snow might be a brisk reminder that time is running out.
There's an odd rule of thumb when it comes to the persimmon: When you think it looks like garbage -- that's when you want to eat it. Which, of course, goes against our usual thinking when it comes to fruits. If a
Sometimes it's really hard to say goodbye to the fruits you love. Alas, seasons change, and to every fruit there is a season. But, thanks to Avila & Sons, summer favorites, like peaches and nectarines, have an extended lifespan. "When we don't
Standing behind a table crowded with watermelons, John Lahargou beats on several of the rinds as if they were bongos. After tapping one with a slightly higher-pitched sound -- offering less bass than the other melons -- he stops, nods and