Writer: Tom Galaraga

Orange Picking Season

Oranges adorn the trees like Christmas decorations. Smudge pots that used to heat the oranges on cold nights now sit unused beneath the trees. A thermometer hangs nearby on a post, indicating the temperature that was once crucial in making sure the oranges would not freeze and remained in good condition before being shipped around the world.

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Taking a Stand: Peace or War

Where one starts out in life and where one finishes are two life points that provoke deep thought and reflection. This article holds the stories of four people; two who are retiring from careers, and two who are just beginning their journeys.

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Ispahani’s Royal Cause

Dr. Ahmed Ispahani has woken up in countless different countries in all parts of the world. From his annual Christmas in Bali to his numerous trips to Europe, Asia, South America and the Middle East, Dr. Ispahani loves to travel.

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Keeping Life’s Rhythms

Deep within the heart of an uppity Claremont Village, which is typecast by its chic gift shops and trendy coffeehouses, lies a simplistic Mecca for the artists of melody and rhyme.

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