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The impossible becomes reality: new Kings arena breaks ground

The impossible becomes reality: new Kings arena breaks ground

By Greg Hyatt

In a day that most observers thought would never come, the Sacramento Kings ownership officially broke ground on a new downtown arena Wednesday set to open in 2016. And while most of Northern Californiasports fans have been focused on the Giants World Series run, Vivek Ranadive and...

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Time lapse Video of Downtown Plaza Demolition

On Wednesday the Sacramento Kings officially kicked off construction of their $477million downtown arena with plans to have it ready for the 2016-17 season. The Sacramento Bee has a great time lapse video showing demolition of the former Downtown Plaza...

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Rare Early Nirvana Footage Screened At The Crest

Oct 30, 2014
Rare Early Nirvana Footage Screened At The Crest


The iconic grunge band, Nirvana, played Sacramento three times before the lead singer’s death in 1994. The first performance took place at a little venue on Folsom Blvd. called The Cattle Club on February 12, 1990.
Concert organizer Jerry Perry had heard the band’s first album, Bleach and knew he wanted them in for...

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Downtown Building Offers Affordable Housing – with a Catch

Oct 29, 2014
Downtown Building Offers Affordable Housing – with a Catch

SACRAMENTO- Does a studio loft apartment for $360 a month in Sacramento’s Downtown Historic District sound too good to be true? If you’re wondering what the catch is, that depends, are you an artist? If so, you are eligible to rent one of 86 units at the Artist Warehouse Lofts on 11th and R streets for...

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Youth Take A Stand Against Bullying

Oct 29, 2014
Youth Take A Stand Against Bullying

This month, the Asian Pacific American Advocates partnered up with Sacramento Regional Coalition for Tolerance and Darrel Steinberg to host the Youth Rally event at the California State Capitol Museum. For the second year, Youth Rally has spread the awareness that October is the national bullying prevention month once again. “October is national bullying prevention...

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Goose Island Migration Week

Oct 29, 2014
Goose Island Migration Week

Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Co. is ending its Migration Week in sunny Sacramento County! Migration Week is a 32-city tour that began in Miami in March and has finally made its way west for the winter. It includes a series of tap takeovers, brewer meet-and-greets and beer education events that are open to the...

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Building healthy communities by getting the voters voices heard

Oct 29, 2014
Building healthy communities by getting the voters voices heard

With only a 14% of South Oak Park voters coming out for the June 2014 elections, Sacramento BHC hosted a Resource Fair and Voter Education Night to convince the other 86% to get out and vote. October 15, 2014 at  Oakridge Elementary is where the event took place with several different community resource agencies present....

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Family Development Center helps Kids in Apartment Complexes

Oct 29, 2014
Family Development Center helps Kids in Apartment Complexes

Hiding in Meadow Glen Apartments, located in Sacramento’s Meadowview neighborhood, is the Roberts Family Development Center (RFDC). This youth center is one of many located throughout Sacramento and Stockton California. In August 2001 the co-founders Derrell and Tina Roberts established RFDC in dedication to their grandparents Edmond St. Cyr Jr. and Ronie Howard. RFDC is...

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BHC Canvassing

BHC Canvassing

On October 4th at Asian Resources on Stockton Blvd, many different Sacramento’s Building Healthy Communities grantees and community members came together to educate the residents of South Oak Park about the importance of voting and getting the residents actually to vote. The reason why the community and grantees came specifically to the community of...

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Youth Meet To Discuss Advancing South Sacramento

Oct 28, 2014
Youth Meet To Discuss Advancing South Sacramento

On a recent weekday afternoon, the Building Healthy Communities organization held a meeting to discuss the quality of education and community so that youth voice, action, and power can be advanced.  

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