Five Guys, a burger joint planned for the 2,100-square-foot space near G Street and East Yosemite Avenue, was originally slated to open by the end of 2015. Pete Salinas, a Five Guys shift manager who is helping open the restaurant, said he’s hopeful the restaurant will open May 9.
In the afternoons and on weekends, people from all over trek to Fahrens Park in Merced, where they spend hours perfecting their backhands and sidearms, yearning to hear the rattling chain that indicates their disc made it in the basket.
Through wider adoption of existing best practices, such as those used here in the Valley, dairy farmers around the world can begin achieving the greater production efficiencies that California farming families have developed over generations and continue to develop for a sustainable future.
California is sprouting new growth. The rivers and creeks are running, and everywhere we look, the landscape is lush and green and dotted with wildflowers. If you haven’t taken a drive through the country lately, what are you waiting for?
DEAR OLD TRAINER: I saw a program you put on in Santa Fe and was amazed that you never raised your voice and just moved your hands slightly and yet your dogs obey instantly. I hope my boxer puppy, Champ, will behave like that. Is there a secret trick I can use on Champ?
In a recent issue of Men’s Fitness magazine, an interesting article appeared called “Knight Fever.” Several pages were devoted to the fitness training and techniques of a new genre of athleticism: the medieval combat sport Battle of the Nations.
DEAR OLD TRAINER: I followed your advice on training Ace, my 3-year-old Jack Russell terrier, and Sadie, my 2-year-old Shar Pei mix. They had never obeyed an order in their lives and now they will sit, stay, and come. Problem is, it took me months to train them. Is there a way to teach them without spending so much time on it?