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Richard Nelson

Richard Nelson calls himself a “troubleshooter,” and he’s not just referring to his years as a Hall of Famer on Chico State’s basketball team....

Gina Spadafori

Gina Spadafori was training her neighbors’ dogs by the time she was 10 years old. Her 1996 book Dogs for Dummies has sold 120,000...

Roger Crawford

Lke many crazes of the early 1970s, tennis announced itself with a vengeance. Jimmy Connors had just begun to make a name for himself,...

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...

Sacto Turns 30

In 1975, a group of Sacramento business leaders who cared about more than just what happened behind their storefronts had a concern. They were...

Courted by Kings

How Kings-crazy is Sacramento? It’s probably fair to say that most fans would blow right past our superstar governor just to touch the very...

CSI: Sacramento

How’s this for a plot? On a Thursday evening in mid-December, Deputy John Lopes of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department’s Crime Scene Investigation Unit...

Carol Ritberger

A note to the skeptics: Carol Ritberger never sought the “woo-woo” world—it sought her.“I didn’t initially want to have anything to do with this...

Matt Mahood

Matt Mahood, the 39-year-old president and chief executive officer of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce for the past three years, could well be...

Markos Kounalakis

Rarely does one encounter such a paradox as Markos Kounalakis, foreign correspondent turned president/publisher of Washington Monthly and executive vice president of his father-in-law...

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