Resolving to eat more healthily in 2019? Walk that talk at Cambria’s Friday Farmer’s Market in the Vets Hall parking lot from 2:30 to 5 p.m. and discover the bounty of fresh produce, food products and flowers.
Black bears continue to ransack cabins, outbuildings, vehicles, trash cans and anything else that interests them year-round rather than just during the summer months, writes Cambrian columnist Michele Oksen.
How I went from Portland, Oregon, and back to Cambria, California, again braving freezing temperatures, snow and ice to visit family and friends all along the way with my two sons, writes Cambrian columnist Dianne Brooke.
The beauty of the recipe for curried lentil stew is that it is fragrant and floral and you can make an individual portion or serve a family of four, writes Cambrian Culinary Corner columnist Nancy Allen.
Letters to the editor for The Cambrian for Jan. 10, 2019, include a plea for the Tourism Board to stop singing the praises of our town and concern over an advertisement for Coastal Communities Physicians Network.
If, as Ronald Reagan declared, the noble tradition of a neighbor helping a neighbor is an American’s greatest strength, here in California — especially the Cambria backcountry — we are among the strongest.
Wildflowers have been rejuvenated and the bright green of new plants sprouting through the golds and browns of the dry summer by the recent rains at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, writes executive director Joe Ellen Butler.
The big, blubbery elephant seal bulls have started arriving at Piedras Blancas since late November. Their deep trumpeting will echo across the beach, writes Cambrian elephant seal columnist Christine Heinrichs.
Letters to the editor for The Cambrian for Nov. 29, 2018, include a thank you to Cambria from Cambria Connection, a recollection of a memorable jazz show and a rebuke of the the passage of Proposition 5 and 6 in the general election.