A Note From the Editor
Fall is such a glorious time of the year. It is a time for crisp mornings and chilly evenings, family get-together’s, a new school year, tasty treats as well as kids playing in the leaves.
In this issue, we will touch upon some of the traditional Fall topics, but with a French twist such as; purchasing French wine and being confident about your decision, learning art appreciation French style, easy French holiday cuisine, city playgrounds in France, and places to visit while vacationing in France. I am even going to review a French book about owning and running a French winery as an English speaking immigrant.
As always we had fun putting this issue together and we hope you enjoy it!
Lorianne S. Riley
Editor-in-Chief, Owner, Publisher, Web Designer, Photographer & Wife. Lorianne holds a BS Degree in Business Administration from CSU, Chico, and is licensed as a Cosmetologist and Certified Massage Therapist.
Read Fall Issue
Mike has over 12 years of experience in culinary arts. Starting at Johnson & Wales University where he received a Bachelors in Culinary Arts. Then he worked at the Back Bay Hilton In Boston and the Popponesset Inn in Cape Cod, after that he moved to Germany for a year cooking and tasting food in Germany, France and Italy. Finally ending up at 5th Street Steakhouse in Chico CA. Read Fall Issue
I am a senior attending CSU, Chico for my last semester. I plan to be finished in the Fall of 2012 and receive a degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Special Events. I enjoy being a part of the Community Action and Volunteer program at CSU, Chico and meeting new people.Read Fall Issue
Jenifer is a performance-driven and goal-oriented professional who is dedicated to make a difference one event at a time. She holds a BS degree in Recreation, Hospitality, and Park Management with a double option in Event Management and Community/Commercial Recreation. She has over 10 years of experience in the event industry. Her passion is creating beautiful events with our earth in mind and helping individuals strive toward social responsibility.Read Fall Issue
Jul and Justin Sexton
The Sextons are in the process of designing a webpage for Elephant Ocean, but in the meantime can be found at facebook.com/elephantocean and etsy.com/shop/elephantocean.Read Fall Issue
Sean DelloIacono has been a bartender for eight years and Is currently
working at 5th Street Steak House in Chico Ca. He has been as active member of the Flair Bartenders’ Association since 2004 and has competed in, several national and world flair bartending competitions. He is also an active member with The Guild of Sommeliers , and is currently pursing his Sommelier Certificationhttp://fliptopour.comRead Fall Issue
Dr Anshu Shrivastava
We at Abhumka Herbal are working on translation of tribal’s traditional herbal knowledge. Botanical Survey of India, Jodhpur was my learning institute where I was associated with the studies of floral elements of Ranthambhore – a famous tiger habitat… in India. Read Fall Issue
Chiropractor and Acupuncturist and the formulator and manufacturer of the organic skin care line, Rosemira organics- a women-owned and operated green business. Rosemira organics is based on Doctor Herman’s decades of experience in Western and Chinese Herbal Medicine, Aromatherapy and Oriental beauty secrets.Read Fall Issue
Dr Deepak Acharya
A microbiologist turned ethnobotanist, a herbal hunter and Director of Abhumka Herbal Pvt Ltd (www.abhumka.com), Ahmedabad, India. He has been involved in scouting, documentation and validation of indigenous herbal practices of indigenous healers in Patalkot (www.patalkot.com) and Dangs. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read Fall Issue
Ken Hodge started Hodge’s Nursery in 1986. Ken received his Bachelors degree in Agronomy as well as Pomology and Viticulture in 1979 from CSU Chico. Then he returned for his Masters degree in Ornamental Horticulture in 1987. Ken also worked through college doing landscape maintenance as well as landscape contracting in later years.Read Fall Issue
George Dirkers, M.D.
George is a physician by day in the St. Louis, Missouri area. He is also involved in medical mission trips to Central and South America, as well as Nepal. He enjoys acrylic and watercolor painting, landscape gardening, writing prose and poetry, and playing the guitar. And French wine.Read Fall Issue
Studied at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and Revere Academy Masters Symposium with world class designers. She has been featured in GIA’s Loupe magazine . She also trained at the Drouhard National Jeweler’s School earning certificates in jewelry repair and advanced diamond setting.Read Fall Issue
Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser
WGACA has become a renowned name in the vintage clothing industry since the opening of its SoHo store. With over 17 years of experience collecting and selling vintage, the co-founders expanded and opened a second retail store in Hollywood, CA, created a wholesale division and developed an appointment-only Archive in New Jersey to service the fashion industry. Read Fall Issue
SUBMITTING AN ARTICLE
Submitting an article is a great way to get published!
•Size- articles be no more than two pages, typed (roughly under 1000
•Content- Suggestions for content include: an informational piece, a narrative, an interview, a book review or a how-to. If you are a business owner, articles may not be an ad and should not contain the business name, unless it is for the local business section of the magazine. Please email with any questions regarding this issue. If you are interested in purchasing advertising, please see our media kit.
•Format- Send articles as an attached document. Sending text in an email may work for some short articles, but many times it comes as read only text, and we cannot edit it. We recommend sending as a Word or Works document.
•Photos- Photos make articles more interesting and make them stand out. All photos need to be sent as jpeg no less than 300dpi.
•Bio- Include a 2-3 sentence bio and self photo (if possible) for the Contributor’s page.
•Where to Send- Please email articles and photos to Lorianne S. Riley at: email@example.com. You may also mail a disc to Community Seeds Magazine, 1035 Village Lane, Chico, CA 95926. Please email any questions you may have.
•Deadlines- The deadlines for article submissions are as follows (you can email articles any time before the deadline dates):
Summer: May 15
Fall: August 15
Winter: November 15
Spring: February 15
•Article Consideration- Articles are submitted for consideration and will be accepted according to content and relevance to the issue.
We will choose articles for each issue and file others for future issues. Send yours soon to be considered for the next issue!
*All articles and photos will become property of Community Seeds and we reserve the right to edit. By Sending a Photo to Community Seeds, you accept all terms of the photo release terms release Community Seeds and its affiliates from any liability.