Kelly Barr is a creative professional and MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Certified Practitioner. She specializes in helping introverts like herself build and launch their personal brands.
Kelly has been a part of Comstock’s since 2007. She served as the art director until 2019 and continues to work as a contributing designer and writer. She has also earned professional recognitions for her work, including both MAGGIE and California Journalism awards.
Kelly spends most days trying to balance parenthood and work from her home in Orangevale, where she lives with her husband, three daughters and one oversized puppy. You can find her online at kellytheintrovert.com.
Once upon a time, a quarter- century ago, mischievous twins David and Phil Ogilvie and their friend Tom Merwin played on their family farms in bucolic Clarksburg. Time and circumstance eventually led all three back to the family farms and, in March of 2014, they decided to do together what all three had dreamed of separately: open a winery.
Jeannine English assumed the office of AARP president in June 2014. Previously, she chaired the AARP National Policy Council and served as president of AARP California. This year, she’ll be directing the organization in advocating on behalf of its 37 million members.
New Yorkers Jim and Tessa traveled west from New York to California. They met up with friends in the capital who gave them a tour of Old Sac, pointed out Indo Cafe and mentioned casually that the owners were looking to sell. It was kismet.
Gochujang, as you may or may not know, is Korean chili paste. It’s surprisingly delicious in chocolate, at least when in the hands of Puur Chocolat owner Ramon Perez.