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Chew’s Reviews – The Theory of Everything

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Nov 22, 2014
Chew’s Reviews – The Theory of Everything


By Gary Chew | November 21, 2014 |

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The biopic genre is commonplace. How many movies have you seen this year that were promoted as being based on a true story? Two of the most recent films I've seen make that boast: Rosewater and Foxcatcher. This review is about another new movie that's...

Elk Grove Sports Corner
Monterey Trail Outruns The Bears, 51-45

A text from Monterey Trail’s offensive coordinator Rick Arcuri to the Citizen moments after the 12th –seeded Mustangs defeated the 4th-seeded Merced Bears on Friday night in the second round of the Sac-Joaquin Section football playoffs: “Monterey Trail 51-45, football heaven, practice on Thanksgiving.”


A few moments later while riding on a joyous team bus,...

Vintage Sacramento
Look at the Googie-wonderful Eppie’s at 30th & N in…

Nov 21, 2014
Look at the Googie-wonderful Eppie’s at 30th & N in…



Look at the Googie-wonderful Eppie’s at 30th & N in this vintage postcard. It’s still standing, though I trust that it’s been updated inside many times over… (currently an IHOP)

(postcard courtesy of Alan Almeida’s collection)


Elk Grove News
Respectful of the Outcome, Ose Reflects on Role of Outside Money in Congressional Race

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Nov 21, 2014
Respectful of the Outcome, Ose Reflects on Role of Outside Money in Congressional Race


November 21, 2014 |

Just hours after learning the outcome of California’s Seventh Congressional District race, Doug Ose was back to work.


Ose, who learned that the Associated Press had called the race in favor of his Democratic opponent, incumbent Ami Bera, wasted no time in returning to running his business.


“I’m...

FOX40
Elk Grove Soccer Complex Plan Moves Forward, City is “Confident” in MLS Bid

Nov 21, 2014
Elk Grove Soccer Complex Plan Moves Forward, City is “Confident” in MLS Bid

ELK GROVE- The City of Elk Grove is moving ahead with its plan to build a huge soccer complex, which could become one of the premier such facilities in the country. Elk Grove Public Affairs Manager Christine Brainerd told FOX40, 100 acres of land in the southern part of the city has been purchased,...

Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: November 22nd – 23rd

Weekend Top 10: November 22nd – 23rd

Enjoy live music, art projects and meet Mama Claus at the SACRAMENTO HARVEST FESTIVAL. Friday – Sunday Travel the World of Lights, see acrobats and martial artists, and go on rides at GLOBAL WINTER WONDERLAND. Saturday – Sunday Get into the holiday spirit at the Roseville HOLIDAY PARADE, then hop on over to Rusch...

The State Hornet
Director Honored by Elk Grove

Nov 21, 2014

It’s 5:45 p.m. and Kirtland Stout arrives early at The Commons, just like he does every Tuesday evening. He knows if he shows up late, his audience will leave.



AccessLocal.TV
Penny For Your Thoughts: A Sol Collective Hosted Program

Penny For Your Thoughts: A Sol Collective Hosted Program

Every Sunday at Sol Collective from 7 – 9:30pm, Foreign Native, an organization who uses creative expression and poetic arts to engage youth from different backgrounds, hosts an open mic called Penny For Your Thoughts. Foreign Native helps young people become successful in their journeys through the world by providing them with educational achievement and leadership...

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Elk Grove News
Feinstein delays controversial drought legislation until next year

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Nov 21, 2014
Feinstein delays controversial drought legislation until next year


By Dan Bacher | November 21, 2014  

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) announced today that she has abandoned the secret negotiations for craft a controversial drought relief bill, but said she will try to pass the legislation next year. 

The delay is a victory by a coalition of fishing groups, environmentalists,...

The Blue Muse
The pretty things I see while lost

Nov 20, 2014
The pretty things I see while lost

A little morning jaunt in 20-something degree weather thanks to my terrible directional skills.I swear, it's not a real visit to a big city unless I get lost on public transit. And today's first adventure in Chicago on my own was no different.I was so ...

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