Michael Calabrese of Salon Park Avenue, is not just a great hair stylist, (and that he is).
He is also a successful urban farmer! Living in Carmel Valley, much
like he grew up, growing food and living close to the land. Michael
tells stories about how old Monterey was, how life is for him working
less than 4 days per week, and living off the harvest that he grows in
his yard. He still makes time to travel. He has many friends and
relatives that share in his farming ventures and knows how to build
community around him. He shares some favorite recipes that will make
your mouth water.
Winter garden, chickens, bees, horses and don't forget canning! Listen in and see if you don't feel inspired to grow at home!
Salon Park Avenue, Monterey, California - for the best haircut ever!
Pamela Takigawa is a Monterey, California based artist who specializes in watercolor prints of natural and oceanic environments. She has her work at the Carmel Art Association. Her detailed monotype prints are transferred to paper to paper with printer's ink on an etching press, but unlike etching, the woodblock print surface is devoid of scratching or caving. She creates her images by inking the plate and wiping away areas that will be left free of ink on the paper.
She shares her original inspiration, motivation today and the messages she hopes to convey.
Tom North, one of twenty kids; prepares for his book launch on July 12, 2013, "True North, the shocking truth about "yours, Mine and Ours" an inspirational story of survival and hope. This interview will make you listen more intently, make you laugh and perhaps remind you of a similar experience you don't yet speak about.