One of Sacramento State's prominent athletic programs is close to fulfilling its quest to win a 14th consecutive Big Sky Conference Tournament title and NCAA tournament berth.
As I have noted before, playing basketball at the Capital Athletic Club in Sacramento provides a fine opportunity to puzzle over human nature. For example, why does a good player lose control of his emotions in the clutch and ensure … Continue reading →
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION & OFFICIAL RIDER INTRODUCTIONS
State Capitol West Steps
Friday, May 8 / 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Amgen Tour of California, the Sacramento Sports Commission and Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau decided to take a new approach to the opening night...
This editorial is reprinted from The New York Times. ESP alerted the community to the danger of these trains in connection with McKinley Village. Several Sacramento groups are working to stop the movement of these trains through urban areas. Think … Continue reading →
On April 15th, protesters gathered downtown as part of a nationwide movement to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Marching from Crocker Park to Sacramento City Hall, demonstrators expressed their criticisms with phrases like “What’s disgusting? Union busting” and “What do we want? 15 and a union.”
On April 15th a public meeting took place set out to inform undocumented residents about a new assembly bill that went into effect on January 1st of 2015. The meeting took place at the Saca Community Learning Center. The events ran through the whole DMV process with the help of Armando Botello the Deputy...
Shameless scofflaws constructed two homes in McKinley Park this week. The perpertrators were nowhere to be found. These homes, with full modern amenties, close to the urban core, use existing heritate tree canopy and public property. The home builders did not apply … Continue reading →