(An asterisk marks those who are deceased)

Richard Astor-Hall

(Ricardo to his friends in Luna City, Rich Hall in his previous life)

A former celebrity chef, who through a chain of circumstances, finished up in Luna City, managing the Luna City Café and doing the occasional catering event.
Martin Abernathy Widower, father of Jess, mayor of Luna City, hereditary owner of Abernathy Hardware.
Jessica “Jess” Abernathy

 Vaughn

Daughter of Martin, qualified CPA, Air Force Reservist, champion barrel-racer, newly-married to Joe Vaughn.
Benny Cordova The devious and ninja-skilled general manager of Mills Farm.
Samantha “Sammi Colquohon Sometime actress, media personality, and ex-girlfriend of Richard.
Lucien “Lew” Dubois Director of Marketing for the corporation which owns Mills Farm.
James Wyler “J.W.” Ellis* Grandson of Doc Stephen Wyler, once boyfriend to Jess Abernathy, best friend of Chris Mayall.
Dwight David “Music Man” Garrett Coach of the Mighty Fighting Moths, and band music master, native of Kingsville, and widower.

 

Alberto “Berto” Gonzales Student and part-time limo driver, younger brother of Araceli Gonzalez, friend of Richard, and grandson of Abuelita Adeliza Gonzalez.
Sylvester Gonzales Gaming geek, computer nerd, USMC veteran.
Roman Gonzales

 

Construction contractor.
Roman Romeo Gonzales Cousin of Berto and Araceli, former oilfield worker, currently top male model, married to Susannah Wyatt, no longer an unwitting focus for strange and unearthly energies.
Adeliza “Abuelita” Gonzalez The revered and feared matriarch of the Gonzales/Gonzalez clan, dedicated Food Channel watcher, and Richard’s biggest fan.
Araceli Gonzales-Gonzalez Older sister of Berto, married to Patrico, mother of Angelika and Mateo, manager, assistant cook, head waitress at the Luna Café & Coffee.
Patrico “Pat” Gonzalez Husband to Araceli, drives a tanker truck for an oil company in the Eagle Ford Shale Oil Field.
Hernando “Nando” Gonzalez* Korean War fighter ace, local hero, for whom the high school gymnasium is named.
Judith “Judy” Stillwell Grant With her husband Sefton, the owner of the Age of Aquarius Campground and Goat Farm, the last two holdouts of a 1960s commune.
Sefton Grant Husband of Judy, landlord of Richard.
Brianna “Bree” Grant Youngest grandchild of Judy and Sefton, willful and intelligent, former apprentice at the Café.
Katherine “Kate” Heisel Gonzales cousin, reporter for the Karnesville Weekly Beacon, significant other to Richard.
David Chung MacNamara Personal assistant to Collin Wyler, master of the financial universe
Lucas “Luc” Massie New chef at the Café, drummer in a local band known as OPM.
Christopher “Chris” Mayall Manager, Tip-Top Icehouse, Gas & Grocery, bartender at the VFW, disabled Navy veteran, volunteer medic for the Luna City VFD, best friend of J.W. Ellis, and friend of Richard.
Allen Lee Mayne Former pro football player, Food Network star, host of roving restaurant show A La Carte With Quartermayne.
Leticia “Miss Letty” McAllister Oldest person in Luna City by four months, WWII Red Cross service, kindergarten teacher, friend to Chris Mayall.
Douglas McAllister, Phd * Miss Letty’s older brother, professor of history, and author of The History of Luna City.
Phillip Noel-Barrett Actor, media personality and long-time romantic rival and frenemy of Richard.
Ozymandias-King-of-Kings “Ozzie” Richard’s one-eyed cat, mascot for his cooking-for-kids blog “Captain Kitten’s Kitchen.”
Xavier Gunnison Penn Unsuccessful international treasure hunter.
Andrew Pryor

 

 

Oilfield geologist, headquartered in Karnesville, but runs small family meat processing and BBQ restaurant on weekends.
Patricia Wyler Pryor

 

 

 

Granddaughter of Dr. Stephen Wyler and Miss Alice, wife of Andrew Pryor, active in the Luna City Players.
Georg Stein Native of Germany, a retired corporate lawyer, passionate reenactor, owner of Stein’s Wild West Round-up, married to Annise.
Annise Stein Co-owner of Stein’s Wild West Round-up.
Joseph “Joe” Vaughn Army veteran, local football hero, chief of the Luna City Police Department, married to Jess Abernathy.
Harry Vaughn Great-uncle of Joe Vaughn, retired federal marshal, and former police chief in a small town in Alaska.
Clovis Walcott, (Colonel, USAR/Ret.) Retired US Army Reservist, currently consulting engineer, keen reenactor.
Sook “Isabel” Walcott Wife of Clovis, socially ambitious, and the tiger-mother from Hell.
Jeremy Jerry Walcott Oldest child of Clovis and Sook, a student nurse and family care-giver.
Robbie Walcott Younger son of Clovis and Sook, bright and wildly curious, part-time cook at the Café.
Belle Walcott

 

 

Daughter of Clovis and Sook, former first trumpet in Moth Marching band, student at the Julliard School of Music.
Susannah Wyatt-Gonzales Former regional manager, at VPI, sexually stalked Richard, got over it and married Romeo Gonzales.
Collin Wyler Son of Doc Wyler and Miz Alice, father of Patricia, international financier, serial husband, and treasure-hunting enthusiast.
Stephen “Doc” Wyler Owner of the Wyler Exotic Game Ranch, a qualified veterinarian, part owner of the Café and second-oldest resident. Father of Collin, grandfather of Patricia Pryor and J.W. Ellis.
Marigold Amy Yasbeck A student, and semi-girlfriend of Berto, formerly known as the child actress Amy Butler.