Elizabeth Kalfsbeek, The Daily Democrat

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Woodland’s Dinner on Main will be a gourmet pizza party this year – Daily Democrat

Woodland’s Dinner on Main may look a little more like Street Cruisers this year rather than dining al fresco. → Read More

‘Yolo Delivers Hope’ continuing to provide meals to those in need – Daily Democrat

Woodland’s Dinner on Main is responding to the ill effects of coronavirus with a powerful message: Delivering Hope. “We realized our Dinner on Main chefs were all being compromised by way of the co… → Read More

Pete’s Brewhouse closes temporarily

The Ravine on Sixteen (16867 Yolo Ave.) opens Friday in Esparto. Beginning at 4 p.m., there will be Happy Hour prices all day until closing (midnight). Expect giveaways throughout the day, includin… → Read More

I-5 Live concert coming in July; The Grad closing, Ludy’s sold

Apple Z will headline the upcoming summer concert, “I-5 Live,” on Saturday, July 13. Presented by the Woodland Chamber of Commerce, Woodland Motors will host the event at the dealership, 530 Qualit… → Read More

Cache Creek Lavender Festival this weekend in Rumsey

Cache Creek Lavender Farm’s annual Lavender Festival takes place this weekend in Rumsey. Participants can harvest their own lavender, taste lavender ice cream and lemonade, sample wines from Capay … → Read More

Curtain coming down for the last time at Cinemark Movies 5

Cinemark Movies 5 is closing. Rather than movie titles and show times, Cinemark Movies 5 letter board reads: “Thank you Woodland for 29 years. On May 30 we will be closing.” Following the exit of B… → Read More

Good and bad business news in Woodland

There’s good and bad news coming out of Woodland this week. First, the good news. Lyon Woodland Real Estate and Property Management unveiled its expansion this week. Lyon moved to the histori… → Read More

United Way offering free books for babies, many city events planned

Woodland United Way is offering free books for babies born in 2018 and 2019 through Dolly Parton’s “Imagination Library.” Through the program, the child will receive a free book each month mailed t… → Read More

Scribbler’s now serving coffee, Park Winters lauded by Yelp

Scribbler’s Coffeehouse is officially open. Business hours are 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., daily at 524 Main St., Suite 101. In addition to coffee and tea drinks, Scribbler’s offers pastries, sal… → Read More

Center for Land-Based Learning to break ground on statewide headquarters in Woodland

The Center for Land-Based Learning will soon begin construction on its new statewide headquarters in Woodland. A groundbreaking celebration takes place from 10:30 a.m. to noon, Friday, May 10, at T… → Read More

Kitchen gardening series at Edible Learning Garden

Information contained in my Friday, April 19, column regarding the sale of Kraft Bros. and McNary’s Chapel was slightly off. The Kraft Bros. Building, located at 175 Second St. is currently for sal… → Read More

Scribbler’s Coffeehouse opening soon in downtown Woodland

Scribbler’s Coffeehouse (524 Main St.) is getting closer to opening and is hiring baristas. Tours of the space took place during April’s First Friday Art Walk giving participants a sneak peek. “Scr… → Read More

Old Woodland Victorian donated to Rec Foundation

The Woodland Recreation Foundation will soon be rehabbing the Victorian on the corner of East and Court streets, readying it for new owners. Developer Paul Petrovich recently donated the building t… → Read More

Strictly Business: ACE moving into former OSH building in Woodland

At least four new businesses are opening in Woodland this month. First up, the rumors are true. ACE Hardware will be taking over the space vacated by Orchard Supply Hardware at 1350 E. Main St. OSH… → Read More

Burlington closing in Woodland

Woodland’s County Fair Mall is losing an anchor tenant. Burlington Coat Factory will close on Friday, April 19. A sales associate said Burlington will not be renewing its lease at the mall. Merchan… → Read More

Strictly Business: Sno Shack wants to aid Woodland man’s family – Daily Democrat

Today, Friday, the Woodland Sno Shack will be donating 25 percent of all its proceeds to the Anthony Bosser Memorial Fund. Bosser was shot and killed last Friday night in Woodland. “Let&#8217… → Read More

Strictly Business: Uvaggio Wine Bar in Woodland has closed

In a post on his personal Facebook page Wednesday, owner Andrew Linden wrote: “It saddens me to say that tonight will be Uvaggio’s last night open. It has been a pleasure being able to participate … → Read More

Kuji Asian Grill open, Seasons remodeled in Davis

Strictly Business recently had the pleasure of trying Kuji Grill, which opened Jan. 31 in the Bel Air Shopping Center (1801 E. Gibson Rd.). The Asian-style grill with “heavy” Korean and Hawaiian in… → Read More

Strictly Business: Ludy’s and Tack Warehouse buildings up for sale – Daily Democrat

The building that housed Ludy’s Main Street BBQ for more than two decades is for sale. Woodland Davis Real Estate lists the two-story, landmark building at 619 Main St., for $1.3 million. It includ… → Read More

Zest Fresh Pastry opening in downtown Woodland

Zest Fresh Pastry West is opening a storefront in March. Woodland native Erin Morris will be expanding her collaborative East Coast pastry shop with a brick and mortar in Woodland at 512 Main St. G… → Read More