The poems contained in these pages were composed by Simi Valley High School students in Ms. Rebecca Itow's 11th grade Honors English class on January 11, 2008.
Students sat in silence in the grass... More > for 50 minutes and wrote about their observations in nature. This is their product, unchanged and unedited.< Less
The poems contained in these pages were composed by Simi Valley High School students in Ms. Rebecca Itow's 11th grade English class on January 11, 2008.
Students sat in silence in the grass for 50... More > minutes and wrote about their observations in nature. This is their product, unchanged and unedited.
The Old Santa Susana train depot, built in 1903 by the Southern Pacific Railroad, served the communities of Santa Susana and Simi Valley for over 60 years. After years of falling into decay the... More > entire structure was divided into three sections and moved to its current location, where it was lovingly and expertly restored back to its original glory.< Less
12 stunning images of Symi, Greece, by Symi Island's photographer Neil Gosling.
These exclusive images are only available from Symi Dream, a small photographic shop selling unique gifts, cards,... More > limited editions and photographic services on the beautiful Greek island of Symi. For more information see the website www.symidream.com/wp which also hosts the island's most popular daily blog, with images, photo services, news and more.< Less
Carry On Up The Kali Strata is a collection of articles about living in Symi, Greece. Previously written for www.symidream.com and The Symi Visitor, here they are gathered together with photographs... More > by Symi island photographer Neil Gosling. If you've enjoyed ‘Symi 85600’ you will like to read this follow up. “Symi’s charm is in its people and the minutiae of their lives; James’s great talent lies in his careful observation of the absurd and the amusing, the dramas and the difficulties (because nothing in Symi is ever simple), and in reporting what he sees with kind humour and a writer’s eye for the details essential to lively travel writing.” Anne Zouroudi, author of Bloomsbury’s Greek Detective mysteries.< Less