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Singing a Different Tune

For folks who love to sing but may not feel at home in a traditional choir, Empire Pop Choir could be for you. The...
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Pitching a Fit

For seamstress Jen Nodora, fit is everything. Whether it’s a ball gown or a favorite blazer, good tailoring—a dart here, a hem adjustment there—can...

Odd Jobs

It takes a village to run a museum. Just ask the folks who operate the venerable Crocker Art Museum, where more than 400 volunteers,...

Ride a Zebra

Got a driver's license and $99 a month? You can rent a Zebra, a fully-electric, zero-emission scooter that hits speeds of up to 30...
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Stay Awhile

Winters, the quaint Yolo County town known for its flourishing restaurant scene and bucolic vibe, is finally more than just a daytrip destination, thanks...
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A Cut Above

We talked with sought-after barber Mason DeCesare, who with Christopher Long co-owns Tailored barbershop in downtown Sacramento, about his early influences, personal style and...

Sip and Sip and Sip

Recycling makes most people feel better about themselves. It made Brian Scott and Steve Burch question how they could do even better—for their children, planet...
Top Docs

Top Docs List 2019

Graduating from medical school, completing a residency and obtaining a state medical license are high achievements, yet some doctors have reached an even higher...
Sign Language

Going Through the Motions

Angelene Fowler was 17 when she discovered her dream job. “I was watching a sign language interpreter at Music Circus and said to myself,...