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City Ignores Preservation and Citizen Voices

City Ignores Preservation and Citizen Voices

On July 14, 2015 the Sacramento City Council approved the Sacramento Commons Project. This project includes demolition of the Capitol Towers Historic District and a rich section of downtown’s urban canopy. Our city needs to take a step back and … Continue reading

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Sac365.com’s Top 6 Events: July 20

Sac365.com’s Top 6 Events: July 20



Sacratomato Festival photo courtesy of Unseen Heroes.

Big things are happening here is Sacramento! From farm-fresh food, fancy footwork, and hard-hitting rugby action, there's something for everyone this week. Get in the farm-to-fork spirit at the Sacratomato Festival and the Courtland Pear Fair, waltz on over to the Strauss Festival, or watch international...

East Sacramento Preservation
River Dangers

River Dangers

“My parents drilled river safety into us with one rule: Don’t swim in the rivers.” Teachers never really know how lessons will follow students On the first day of each school year, I pull out a laminated story from The … Continue reading

Game to 100
About guys who grunt in the weight room

Jul 20, 2015

An athletic club is a good place to study human nature. I continue to be puzzled why some of my fellow members at the upscale Capital Athletic Club in Sacramento feel it’s appropriate to discard their dirty towels on the … Continue reading

Alison Toon
Ky-Mani Marley at the California State Fair: Maestro indeed

Jul 19, 2015
Ky-Mani Marley at the California State Fair: Maestro indeed

Ky-Mani Marley, SacramentoThis week, Ky-Mani Marley's album, Maestro, is number one in the Billboard Reggae album charts... and this week, Ky-Mani shared his music with us here in Sacramento, at the California State Fair.And beautiful music it is, too....

East Sacramento Preservation
Let’s Keep the Bluebird of Happiness

Let’s Keep the Bluebird of Happiness

Cavity-nesting birds in East Portal Park The drought has killed several trees in East Portal Park and I now see that many of them have been marked with an orange ring, presumably so that they can be taken down. While … Continue reading

Living In Urban Sac
Gold Rush Days are Back!

Sacramento's Gold Rush Days Old Sacramento's annual festival to “turned back the clock,” transforming Sacramento’s historic district into a scene straight out of the 1850s will return this year after a cancellin...

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Train Museum Makes for a Unique Sacramento Event Space

Jul 17, 2015
Train Museum Makes for a Unique Sacramento Event Space

The California State Railroad Museum

Located in Old Sacramento – a 28-acre National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park filled with shops, restaurants, entertainment and historical attractions, and only one mile from the Sacramento Convention Center – the California State Railroad Museum is the largest interpretive museum of its kind in North...

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Living In Urban Sac
WAL – Warehouse Artist Lofts

 The R Street corridor has been moving in the right direction for quite some time, but the competition of the Warehouse Artist Lofts (WAL) is truly a remarkable achievement. This six-story structure built in 1914 has been converted into a 116 renta...

Alison Toon
AFTERSHOCK PREVIEW: I can’t drown my demons, they know how to swim… BMTH, live at Wembley, a review

Jul 16, 2015
AFTERSHOCK PREVIEW: I can’t drown my demons, they know how to swim… BMTH, live at Wembley, a review

Earlier this week, the 30th anniversary of Live Aid, and one of the venues was Wembley, a stadium-football-(soccer)-ground in London, England, UK. Wembley: full to the gills with people, hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands.And then, two days ago, a ...

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