Paul Clegg

Paul Clegg I have played basketball from the streets of New York City to the playgrounds of Berkeley and the athletic clubs of Sacramento. I was a longtime copy editor and writer at The Sacramento Bee.

Web Site: http://gameto100.com


UC Davis, TV maker look shabby in public relations

Apr 11, 2016

The University of California, Davis, and Supersonic Electronics in Commerce, Ca., have one thing in common: poor handling of defective products. At UCD, Chancellor Linda Katehi has blemished the university’s image by her acceptance of lucrative and controversial outside board … Continue reading

A better view out the kitchen window

Apr 6, 2016
A better view out the kitchen window

In the beginning, there were garbage containers, an old dog-eared wood fence and the side of the neighbor’s house. Now, the salmon run is in full flow, and we have a window seat to watch a spectacle of nature unfold. … Continue reading

A better view out the kitchen window

Apr 6, 2016
A better view out the kitchen window

In the beginning, there were garbage containers, an old dog-eared wood fence and the side of the neighbor’s house. Now, the salmon run is in full flow, and we have a window seat to watch a spectacle of nature unfold. … Continue reading

Seeing a portrait of a high school classmate at the Crocker Art Museum

Apr 4, 2016
Seeing a portrait of a high school classmate at the Crocker Art Museum

Last week, I went to the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento to see an exhibit of Andy Warhol’s work. He was noted for his portraits of 20th-century celebrities from the worlds of fashion, art and pop culture. Included in the … Continue reading

Seeing a portrait of a high school classmate at the Crocker Art Museum

Apr 4, 2016
Seeing a portrait of a high school classmate at the Crocker Art Museum

Last week, I went to the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento to see an exhibit of Andy Warhol’s work. He was noted for his portraits of 20th-century celebrities from the worlds of fashion, art and pop culture. Included in the … Continue reading

Selfish bicycle riders need to grow up

Mar 30, 2016

When I complained the other day about bicyclists who feel entitled to take over Sacramento’s crowded sidewalks, a number of riders immediately launched into tales of close calls with dangerous or indifferent drivers. As an occasional rider myself, I sympathize … Continue reading

Selfish bicycle riders need to grow up

Mar 30, 2016

When I complained the other day about bicyclists who feel entitled to take over Sacramento’s crowded sidewalks, a number of riders immediately launched into tales of close calls with dangerous or indifferent drivers. As an occasional rider myself, I sympathize … Continue reading

Get those bikes off crowded Sacramento sidewalks

Mar 28, 2016

I don’t have much use for people who endanger the innocent while gratifying their own desires. But if they are going to do that, I wish they would own up to their self-indulgence instead of rationalizing their reprehensible behavior. What … Continue reading

Freshmen often used as pawns in college hockey, basketball

Mar 23, 2016

Here’s an odd thing: many good high school hockey players delay entering college in the hope of getting an athletic scholarship. They spend two or three years developing their skills in high-powered amateur leagues and, if successful, get a free … Continue reading

Freshmen often used as pawns in college hockey, basketball

Mar 23, 2016

Here’s an odd thing: many good high school hockey players delay entering college in the hope of getting an athletic scholarship. They spend two or three years developing their skills in high-powered amateur leagues and, if successful, get a free … Continue reading

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