What brings us together in love? Whether it’s chance, shared interests, matchmaking or location, location, location, love is life’s greatest crapshoot, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner on Valentine’s Day.
Using a “dental irrigator” may help you keep your teeth a bit longer, but you should follow some helpful tips to avoid sandblasting your mouth or spraying down the bathroom, writes Cambria columnist Kathe Tanner.
Not running around frantically trying to buy the perfect gift for everyone wasn’t “Grinch-like” this Christmas season, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner. Instead, her family gave the gift of making memories together.
A most magical part of the holidays is anonymous generosity, gifts given without expecting anything in return, Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner writes in a tribute to the Secret Santas of the North Coast.
Getting the family Christmas tree up and decorated this year was nothing short of a miracle, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner. This year, its Central Coast-style decorations were all about convenience.
Despite the painfully complicated online forms and hours waiting at the Paso Robles, California, DMV, I’m thankful for to pass my driver’s test, one of the many things in life I’m grateful for this Thanksgiving, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner.
Showing kindness and compassion to your fellow man — even complete strangers, whether it be hiking or while waiting in line at the DMV — is more needed today than ever, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner.
Every photographer has a story of the perfect, potentially award-winning, shot getting away because of bad timing. But those photos will always exist in the mind, and that’s not such a bad thing, writes Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner.
Cambria, California, art teacher Suzette Morrow, who will be honored at a SLO County Office of Education dinner and ceremony, is a testament to the power a teacher can have over the future of our youths, Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner writes.
Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner is annoyed by having to first dial the 805 area code to complete a local phone call. But she writes that there are many more important things to worry about in our country these days.
Anthony Bourdain's work made Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner realize she had been fortunate in her teen years, even though I didn’t recognize it at the time, to sample the wandering life, although certainly not on Bourdain’s scale.