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The Making of a Marathoner

I never had a desire to run a marathon. But one December day last year, I changed my mind. Up until then, I had been a very content “fun run” participant, running in road races such...

Best of Sacramento 2006-

Subscribers' Picks Beauty Supply Shop 1. Total Beauty Experience 2. Ulta 3. Sally Beauty Supply Runner-Up: The Beauty Source Day Spa 1. Arden Hills Resort Club & Spa 2. Hoshall’s Salon & Spa 3. Esthetics by Jeanette Runner-Up: Blue Sky Day Spa Hair Salon 1....

30 Years of Change

In 1975, Sacramento magazine was born. Then called Sacramento Valley Lifestyle, the magazine debuted in January that year, and carried a note from publisher Gary Brown and vice-president Martin Cracchiolo: “It doesn’t take years...

Best of Sacramento 2006

From media folks and musicians to shops, salons and eateries, Sacramento magazine unveils the best of this region. Subscribers had the exclusive opportunity to vote for “bests” in a variety of categories, and the...

Our Mothers

The name of the daughter I never had was . . . well, it kept changing, but it always billowed off my tongue like clouds of tulle: Sabrina. Calista. Alyssia. Madeleine. I’d always been...

Joey Garcia

Joey Garcia stood at a crossroads. It was the early 1990s and Garcia’s life was giving new meaning to the term “multitasking.” The young public relations professional was juggling full-time, part-time and free-lance work, including...

Cutting-Edge Nutrition

Take sensible eating to the next level with our report on foods that contribute to good health. In the pursuit of wellness and longevity, we're all seeking an edge&emdash;a practice, product or diet...

2006 Subscribers’ Choice Awards

With ever more restaurants to choose from in the Sacramento region, subscribers faced quite an undertaking when they responded to our survey: What restaurants really stand out as best in the region? Our subscribers...

Leading Their Flocks

Heading up a religious congregation used to be a man's job. No longer. A generation ago, a woman in the pulpit was an anomaly in America's houses of worship. But in the past...

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