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My buddy Amanda is putting on a fun, pre-holiday swap event on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. I’ve been itching to start making jewelry again so if you like kitschy jewelry,...
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When I came across a picture of a very pregnant Alysia Montaño, a 2012 Olympian from Southern California, competing in the U.S. Track and Field Championships June 26 while eight months pregnant, I did a double take. It was … Continue reading →
October is the month of Halloween. For a cultural tradition that originated from Mexico, Halloween is celebrated differently. “It’s not Halloween. It’s not about scaring people. It’s about honoring our people. It’s what I like to call our indigenous memorial day,” says Trudy Robles, a speaker from the Honoring Our Past, Souls of the...
The Antelope Titans defeated the Del Campo Cougars 24-14 Friday night in Access Sacramento‘s Game of the Week. Casey Burton had two TD’s; one a 22-yard pass to Jaevon braid and another on an 80-yard run to lead the Titans. Access Sacramento’s Will James and Jim Dimino narrate the highlights: Full game replay on...
By Will James Home Town Sports Though the start of the Sac-Joaquin Section football playoffs is still two weeks away, the Rio Linda Knights and Inderkum Tigers view this week’s match-up as the championship game of the Tri-County Conference. And with good reason. The stage is set for this conference showdown with big chips...
On November 1st, a new local park will be opening in honor of the late Art Guerrero. The ribbon cutting will take place at the park, at 6000 61st Street, at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome to join City Councilmember Kevin McCarty and the Guerrero family in the celebration. Artivio Guerrero, known affectionately as...