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Paper Towel Problems

This month, we spill the beans about paper towels and their destructive roll . . . er, role . . . regarding the greater...

History on Two Wheels

A half-century ago, the bustling college town of Davis made cycling history when it carved out street space for the country’s first formal bike...

Staying Lucid

Kevin Luther, owner/winemaker for Lucid Winery, started making wine under the Lucid label in 2017 and planned to open a tasting room in March...

Announcing the 2022 Wide Open Walls Artist Lineup

Sacramento boasts so much local color, thanks to the Wide Open Walls mural festival, which runs from May 12 to 22. To date the...

Style SOS

Time after time, Sacramento stylist Jennifer Sattler (pictured) hears women say the same thing: “I have a closet full of nothing-to-wear.” So she made...

Let’s Talk

The pandemic reshaped a lot about how we work, but one thing hasn’t changed: our need to communicate effectively in the workplace. In “Bridge...

California Mermaid Convention 2022

Later this month, mermaids take over Cordova Community Pool at Hagan Community Park in Rancho Cordova as the CALIFORNIA MERMAID CONVENTION gets underway May...

Weathering the Pandemic

In spring 2020, we witnessed a shift in the atmosphere as the pulse of Sacramento cease—venues closed, education and after-school programs halted, businesses boarded...

SWISH’s Jason Vu

Stroll through the Sacramento Kings Team Store at Golden 1 Center and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the lineup of jerseys, hats, sweatshirts,...

Sustainability: Sporting Green

Springtime means the return of baseball, which triggers feelings of warm nostalgia in many of us “seasoned” fans. As kids we liked to play,...

Strings in the Park

Fourth-grader Sloane Buckley-Unger has been playing violin for only two years, but she has progressed enough that she felt confident to stand and start...

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