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Rural Romance

As wedding-planning season hits Sacramento this month, let’s consider a centerpiece of the event: the gown. On trend this year are plunging necklines and...

Be a Tourist in Your Own Town

One of the many takeaways from “The Chronicles of Narnia” is that adventure could be lying anywhere, even just around the corner. Sure, the...

Friends Don’t Let Friends Fix Stuff Alone

Neighbors helping neighbors. That’s the basic premise behind Oak Park Fix-it Cafe, a monthly gathering where residents can get their broken vacuum cleaner repaired...

Never Too Pretty

Legendary Sacramento-grown female boxing pioneer Cary Williams hit reset five years ago. First known for founding Prime Time Boxing in Sacramento in 1998 and becoming...

15 Minutes with Joe Devlin

15 Minutes with Joe Devlin Day job: Chief of cannabis policy and enforcement for the city of Sacramento Age: 40 You’ve racked up a lot of monikers:...

Hope Lives Here

Teresa Owens was just 13 years old and living in Torrance, California, when she boarded a train to Sacramento. Traveling alone, she carried in...

15 Minutes with Ryan Brijs

Ryan Brijs Day job: Senior creative director for the Sacramento Kings Hometown: Salt Lake City Age: 39 Were you aware of your creative talents as a child? I knew...

Hanging Out in Oak Park

This city neighborhood is quickly becoming the place to be for Sacramento design obsessives. A slew of new boutiques, design businesses and places to...

A Bench for Making Friends

Students at East Sac’s Theodore Judah Elementary School have a new, nonverbal way to invite other kids to play with them. It’s called “the...

Too Much Stuff

When Dan Weitzman and his wife, Randi, moved into their newly constructed South Land Park home 14 years ago, he imagined what life would...

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