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Reinventing the Hardware Store

The old-fashioned hardware store is getting a makeover, courtesy of Sheree Johnston. Johnston, whose husband ran East Sac Hardware for more than two decades,...

Fashion to Go

Arden Park resident Heather Dubinetskiy had a fashion brainstorm: Why not sell clothes the way Tupperware sells plastic containers? So she got a wholesale...

A New Kind of Brazilian

Brazilian Blowout is the hottest thing to hit area hair salons since the flat iron. Local stylist Elon Burnett, owner of A-Nother Salon, began...

Cute With a Capital C

Cutest. Dress. Ever. That’s what I thought when I spied a darling little girl’s dress for sale recently at the Davis Farmers Market. The...

City Sketch: Joseph Bellacera

Joseph Bellacera thrives on patterns, and each day brings fresh opportunities to discover them, whether he’s admiring mosaics while on vacation or fixating on...

Here Comes the LWD

This summer, make room in your closet for the Little White Dress. Chances are you already own its sartorial sister, the Little Black Dress. Like...

Channeling Your Inner Jersey Girl

Big hair is back. Everywhere from the fashion runways of New York to the reality-TV beaches of “Jersey Shore,” women are sporting voluminous curls,...

Walking Away

Owing more on their mortgages than their homes are worth, some people are choosing to simply walk away. It’s a remedy called “strategic default.”...

Spotlight: Warner Seargeant

Who says love can’t last? Warner Seargeant fell head over heels for the baritone sax in college and continues the courtship today as the...

City Sketch: Douglas Newton

Douglas Newton is a 21st-century Renaissance man. He holds a literature degree from UCLA, writes poetry and once covered the walls of his Asian...

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