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Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of Utah’s Cedar Breaks National Monument

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of Utah’s Cedar Breaks National Monument

By Tom Baldwn It is hot where we live but up on the top of the nearby Colorado Plateau at an elevation of 10,300 feet it’s still spring. I went up and took pictures about 15 miles from where I live. The drive is a little farther because the road snakes its way up to […]

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of the Utah hillsides

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Pictorial of the Utah hillsides

By Tom Baldwn I like to go up Cedar Mountain which is east of our home. In the space of four or five miles horizontally, you rise about a mile vertically to over ten thousand feet. It is mid July down where I live, hot and windy. Up there the air is cool and fresh […]

What’s Wrong with the Left? And the Right?

What’s Wrong with the Left? And the Right?

By Michael Greer If it weren’t so serious it would be laughable to listen to the tortured arguments from the Left that we are fighting “extremists” not “Islamic Extremists”. Martha McCallum, asked State Department spokesperson, Marie Harf (the fact that she is a State Department spokesperson is laughable on its own) why “Islamic Extremism” was […]

Dreams of Autumn

Dreams of Autumn

By Debra Tash Autumn has always been my favorite time of year. My husband says that it’s because I like to see landscaping wither and die.  But, really, it’s engrained us, this primal reset, when the seasons shift.  Perhaps they don’t shift here as visibly, and even more so with the prolonged drought, but they […]

Capturing the Fall–A photographic journal of the Cedar Mountains

Capturing the Fall–A photographic journal of the Cedar Mountains

By Tom Baldwin I left Ventura County, California and moved to Cedar City, Utah about eight years ago. One fall day, after I had been here a few years, I was looking up at Cedar Mountain that towers about four thousand feet over our little city. I saw some orange and yellow spots and realized […]