Category Archives: Travels

10+1 images from my first year back in Utah

At the end of May, I marked the first anniversary of my returning to Utah. To celebrate the occasion, I reviewed the photos I took from the past 365 days and picked ten that highlighted some of the fun activities … Continue reading

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Monday Tuesday Karaoke in Utah

Richard plays a saxophone cover of “Hello” during karaoke night at Keys on Main in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016. It’s been interesting getting used to a different karaoke scene. Back in Chico, I knew where I … Continue reading

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One reason why I may go to Buffalo Wild Wings & one reason why I may never go back

Buffalo Wild Wings completed its expansion to Chico this week. Judging by photos of early lines and posts in my Facebook feed, it seems a lot of people are happy about the development. Although I love saying “The game is … Continue reading

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Pin-a-Go-Go transforms Dixon into pinball paradise

Looking for something with a little pop or an idea to bounce off your friends this weekend? People can find endless hours of fun with unlimited gameplay on more than 100 pinball machines at Pin-a-Go-Go at the Dixon May Fair … Continue reading

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Racing home to the Mexican National Anthem

While one can’t go home again, sometimes it’s nice to visit. My semi-annual return to Southern California this week was filled with great time with family, seeking out new experiences and reliving fond memories. Turning on the radio on my way home … Continue reading

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Sacramento Lights

Here’s a different look at one of the chandeliers at Sacramento Valley Station. I was waiting for a late train returning home Dec. 30, so I set my sights on a different part of the station. I wondered what people … Continue reading

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In Hindsight – The Honeymoon

A view from one of the hotels we stayed at As I’ve written about the wedding, it follows I should write about the honeymoon (no, not like that, you pervs). For our honeymoon, we went to the Dominican Republic. And … Continue reading

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In Hindsight: On the road to matrimony — another part in a seemingly never-ending series, Jan. 27, 2011

My new phone. Which is still dumb. Sigh. On the road to matrimony — another part in a seemingly never-ending series By JAMMIE SALAGUBANG – The Buzz It’s been pointed out to me that I don’t seem to have much … Continue reading

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In Hindsight: Unexpected bumps in the road along life’s journey — Part III, Nov. 11, 2010

(Ty Barbour/Staff File Photo) People wait for the train to arrive at the Chico train depot on Sept. 22, 2010. Unexpected bumps in the road along life’s journey — Part III By JAMMIE SALAGUBANG – Buzz Editor Thanks to help … Continue reading

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In Hindsight: Unexpected bumps in the road along life’s journey – Part II, Nov. 4, 2010

Photo via californiatreatmentcenters.org This is Bakersfield. Unexpected bumps in the road along life’s journey – Part II By JAMMIE SALAGUBANG – Buzz Editor Mettler is not a good place to have an accident. To be fair, no place really is; … Continue reading

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