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For Hannukah and More

One of the oldest gift shops in Sacramento happens to be one of the least well-known: Mosaic Law Gift Shop at Mosaic Law Congregation has been serving the Jewish community since the synagogue used to...

Health: The Truth About Anger

We bear witness to displays of anger in the world every day, but on June 26, 2016, it hit close to home. That’s when a Traditionalist Worker Party protest at the California State Capitol turned...

Health: Five Alternative Treatments for Chronic Pain

After Prince’s untimely death this past April, rumors circulated about the musician’s addiction to painkillers and a possible overdose. In early June, an official toxicology report stated Prince had, indeed, died of an accidental...

The 916: Puzzling Situation

When my friend floated the idea of going to a puzzle room for her birthday, I hesitated. I’d heard of puzzle rooms—also called escape rooms—but the concept seemed slightly claustrophobic to me. You’re locked...

Health: Beauty and the Heat

Ah, summer. The time of year when hemlines rise with the temperatures, barbecues and picnics abound, and the river is made for boating and rafting. More time outside in tank tops and shorts means...

Be Body-Art Smart

Casey Lewis, known to many in Sacramento as Inkdup, has a story to go with every one of the tattoos on his body. He’s got a lot of tattoos, so that means lots of stories....

The Research Phase

Zane Jochim of Lodi joined a UC Davis clinical trial testing two forms of chemotherapy for his lung cancer, hoping for some good to come out of it, either for himself or someone else.  Photography...

Five Truths that Highly Sensitive People Want you to Know

Nikki Fox always knew she was different. “When I was young, I was quick to cry and express my emotions,” the 27-year-old Woodland resident recalls. “I had a hard time letting things go.” Relocating...

SacMag Exclusive: Naomi Williams

This past August, Davis resident Naomi Williams released her debut novel, Landfalls, to praise and stellar reviews. She recently spoke with Corinne Litchfield about map collecting, fictionalizing historical events and sharing a publisher—and review...

Life After Mad Men

Kevin Rahm creating ad campaigns on “Mad Men,” running a mysterious club on “Bates Motel” and advising the secretary of state on “Madam Secretary.” You also may have seen him in Sacramento: He and...

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