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Some Social Justice Groups

Many people are looking to join with others to take their racial justice work to a new level. Here are some local organizations that are working to educate and take action toward creating change, along with some information about each,...
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Holy Cow

In mid-March, when COVID-19 forced the shutdown of pretty much everything, business was booming at V. Miller Meats in East Sacramento. The shop, which...
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Sacramento Chefs’ Cookbook

Chances are you’ve been doing a lot of cooking these past few months. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that abruptly shuttered restaurants and changed...
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Cooking Up a Show on Facebook Live

COVID-19 was just the kick in the pants Dave Nelson needed. A culinary instructor at American River College, he’d been playing with the idea...
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SSPCA’s Doggy Dash Goes Virtual

Sacramento SPCA’s Doggy Dash won’t be a walk in the park this year—but it can be a walk in your own neighborhood!  For its 27th...
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Fair Fare

With the state fair canceled this summer due to the pandemic, how are you going to get your deep-fried Twinkie fix? Easy: Through CA...
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French Film Festival Goes Virtual

Chances are, you’re not flying off to Paris this week for the romantic vacation of a lifetime. (Even if those were your plans, pandemics...
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Point of Sail

Martin Machado is proof that creative inspiration can strike at any time. The San Francisco-based artist was trying to avoid freeway congestion after visiting...
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On Wine: Taste of the Ranch with Yorba Wines

Just over the hill in Amador County, there is a special piece of land called Shake Ridge Ranch. Planted in the early 2000s, this...
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Who Needs a Supermarket?

The pandemic has made shopping at the grocery store a whole lot harder (and scarier). To ease the burden, restaurant wholesaler Produce Express now...