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Aftershock to rock Discovery Park

Sep 13, 2013
Aftershock to rock Discovery Park

Just like last year around this time, I’ve been enjoying the set up process at Discovery Park over the last few days for this weekend’s Aftershock concert as I ride my bike to work. It’s quite a production. A lot … Continue reading

Jimboy’s Tacos now serving Mexican cuisine

Jul 23, 2013
Jimboy’s Tacos now serving Mexican cuisine

Living Social is first to break the news. Can’t wait to try it out. “More than 60 years ago, husband-and-wife team Jim and Margaret Knudson started a small mobile restaurant in a converted 16-foot trailer, where they grew a loyal … Continue reading

Urban Sacramento 1959: West End

May 30, 2013

This is so awesome, a must watch for fans of the 916. Redevelopment is clearly not a new issue facing our city. Stan Atkinson in the house! This film spotlights a controversial piece of Sacramento history– a specific period of … Continue reading

Sacramento named best city to be single

Apr 23, 2013

Real estate blog, movato.com/blog, recently named Sacramento as the best city to be single. From the post… So in coming up with the criteria for the best single cities in California, we had to narrow it down to what we … Continue reading

Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle 1, Homeless 0

Apr 12, 2013
Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle 1, Homeless 0

I’ve been passing this sign along a recently protected area along the American River Parkway for a few weeks now and finally stopped to see what was going on. It is adjacent to the Capital City Freeway near Cal Expo. … Continue reading

Sacramento’s “Radio Matthew” accused of conspiring to hack

Mar 15, 2013
Sacramento’s “Radio Matthew” accused of conspiring to hack

One time friend of this here web log, Matthew Keys (“Radio Matthew”), was indicted on Thursday in Sacramento for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacker group “Anonymous” to hack into and alter a Tribune Co. website. Oddly enough, Matthew … Continue reading

Spring cleaning on the Garden Highway

Mar 13, 2013
Spring cleaning on the Garden Highway

In what has become my beat as of late, I’m here to report that my favorite makeshift homeless shelter has been evacuated once again. Since I ride past this spot almost every day, I keep track of when it is … Continue reading

A state department is caught wasting time and money

Feb 6, 2013
A state department is caught wasting time and money

Shocking headline, huh? Can’t believe it, huh? Want to learn more now, don’t you? As if California’s Department of Parks and Recreation scandal wasn’t enough to irritate the snot out of us (the Sacramento County district attorney will not pursue … Continue reading

Togo’s Pastrami Challenge: A cost-benefit analysis

Jan 25, 2013
Togo’s Pastrami Challenge: A cost-benefit analysis

Man, I miss John Candy. For you Togo’s fans, I would like to present a brief cost-benefit analysis of the new Pastrami Challenge. Togo’s sure knows how to celebrate pastrami. In fact, the west coast-based eatery recently celebrated National Hot … Continue reading

Sacramento makes Seattle’s dreams come true

Jan 21, 2013
Sacramento makes Seattle’s dreams come true

It’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This is a time to reflect; a time to think about dreams. It is also a time to prepare to say goodbye (reportedly, er, sources say, by the time you read this) to the … Continue reading

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