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Turning the Page

Journalist Allen Pierleoni was 12 when he first fell in love—with books. “I was a real introvert in elementary and middle school. I would...

Seeking Sandhill Cranes

Ah, sandhill cranes. More than 30,000 of these celebrated, 4-foot-tall, slate-gray birds with a bustle of drooping feathers over their rumps and crimson crowns...

Thanksgiving Weekend Survival Guide

Thanksgiving falls on Nov. 23 this year, and the long weekend could include houseguests, Black Friday shopping and lots of time to fi ll....

Read My Shirt

Some people wear their heart on their sleeve. In Gabby Schiavenato’s case, she wears her heart—and her politics—on a custom-made T-shirt of her own...

Plugged In

Now that electric vehicles have moved from the fringes of the automotive industry into the mainstream, many drivers are considering turning in the keys...

Homegrown Marvel

As a child, Virginia Gardner could never have guessed she’d one day play Karolina Dean, a mutant from the Marvel universe, though she always knew...

His and Hers

A Sacramento makeup artist recently teamed up with her longtime romantic partner to open adjoining businesses that serve as a one-stop beauty shop of...

Mandarin Madness

Off Interstate 80 before you even get to Auburn, the mandarin trees hang heavy with globes that are brilliant orange and packed with vitamin...

More Than Books

Connecting the homeless to housing and other services requires meeting them where they’re at—and in many cases, that place is the public library. Sacramento’s...

Climbing the Walls

ALEX HONNOLD MADE HISTORY in June when he ascended El Capitan, Yosemite’s 3,000-foot wall, with no ropes or climbing gear. The 32-year-old Sacramento native,...

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