February 2019

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In This Issue

Avoiding Abuses of Factory Chicken Farms

Backyard chicken farming is on the rise for food, health, self-sufficiency, family enjoyment and even therapeutic benefits.

Benicia Boutique Offers Boho-chic Fashion

Jennifer Negrete’s creative side is evidenced at Collektive Boutique, with quality women’s clothing and jewelry.

Cozy Not Stuffy Atmosphere Enhances The Traditional Tea Room Experience

Maryellen Hayes and her staff at The Camellia Tea Room in Benicia provide a warm, friendly atmosphere where you can linger over the sumptuous offerings created in the kitchen by Chef Brandie Wendt.

Local Live Music In and Around Benicia

Music you love at local venues continues in February 2019. Check out your favorite bands at Lucca Beer Garden, Vallejo’s Empress Theatre, Uptown Theatre in Napa and Freight & Salvage in Berkeley.

Scene: Real Estate

Miniature Paintings And Their Powerful Effect On People

Barbara Stanton reveals the goal of her miniature paintings is to reconnect people with all the beauty this world has to offer and what we are in danger of losing.

Benicia City Council Is Committed To Work Together For The Community

Benicia’s City Council welcomes one new and one returning member as it faces the challenges for the New Year. All Council members look forward to working together in their shared goal of doing what is best for the city and it’s citizens.

Where To Go And What To Do To Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day

Benicia Travel Consultant, Juliet Vercelli, offers creative ideas for Romantic Getaways and Staycations this Valentine’s Day for every pocket book, adventurer or just pure romance.

Trends: Embracing Eyewear With Attention-grabbing Choices

Last Minute Ideas For A Benicia Valentine’s Day

Benicia Abstract Painter/Printmaker Defies The Norms

Cherry Moore’s vision of color, balance and emotion will be on view, revealing visceral and analytical works at Gallery 621.

Four Major Bay Area Trail Systems Run Through Benicia

The Bay Area Ridge Trail, San Francisco Bay Trail and two others run through Benicia, providing hiking, biking, kayaking and horseback riding.