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Editor’s note: I received this email from SYRCL. We are looking forward to Caleb’s next adventure: After six years at the helm of the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), Caleb Dardick will step down as Executive Director following the … Continue reading
We enjoyed a candlelight concert tonight at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, a landmark church in the heart of London. In previous visits, we’ve attended Christmas concerts at the church. The first time we visited the church, we created a “work of art” … Continue reading
The Oxford Tube, an express coach between Oxford and London, is the highest frequency long distance coach route operating in the United Kingdom. It touts 4G Wi-Fi, so I fired up my laptop to catch up with the “news” from … Continue reading
We’re in London, but we still can get the local “scoop.” While enjoying lunch at Wiltons this afternoon, an email arrived on my iPhone announcing that Jon Gregory had been named venture banking manager and Vice President at Five Star … Continue reading
Editor’s note: An unfortunate sign of the times. “Part of what makes London such a great city to live in is all the amazing things to do here. Heck, it’s a large part of what this website is dedicated to. … Continue reading
The morning paper. It’s been a terrible spring in London (two terrorist attacks and now this), and some of the locals are wearing it on their faces. Visitors like us are being greeted with smiles. Londoners have fortitude, though, going … Continue reading