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Go Camping, Feel Better

My first memory of being drawn to nature was as a third-grader at summer camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains. I had spent plenty of time in the outdoors by then, with my family’s...

Behind the Action

PLAYED IN ALMOST EVERY CORNER OF THE WORLD by every class of citizen, soccer is known as “the people’s sport.” Its community-minded nature is one reason professional soccer has found such a happy home...

Community at the Table

The memory bank of my childhood is filled with one scene more than any other: the dinner table. In the busyness of family life with two working parents and two active kids, the dinner...

Uh-Oh Feelings

From the time he could walk, he could climb. From the time he could climb, he climbed as high as he could go. He didn’t have that first-born cautiousness thing I had heard about....

Sac's Bucket List

Here are 10 things to do from Sac's Bucket List featured in the January 2017 issue. The printed issue contains the full 51 things to do in Sacramento.1. Go to an event at The Barn. From food truck...

Run This Town

You start to notice them every year as summer winds down and fall creeps in. They are up before the sun, outfitted with headlamps and GPS watches and compression socks and tool belts loaded...

Powered by Women

From the increasing momentum of the farm-to-fork movement, to groundbreaking legislation protecting victims of sex trafficking, to finding new ways to celebrate diversity among people and industry, Sacramento seems to be getting cooler by...

Boutique Buff

When it comes to finding a gym you’ll actually use, bigger isn’t always better. While the extended hours and vast class offerings at big-box gyms carry a certain appeal, smaller and more focused fitness studios...

Finding Myself on the Trails

I started running my freshman year at C.K. McClatchy High School, when I joined the cross-country team to stay in shape for soccer during the off season. I was terrible. I had somehow cajoled my...

Essay: A Curriculum of Diversity

After the game (the outcome of which I don’t remember), some of my guy friends thought it would be funny to try to take some of those folding chairs home. They decided that if...

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