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Stab Victim from Neo-Nazi Rally Remains Unidentified

Stab Victim from Neo-Nazi Rally Remains Unidentified

By Jerika L.H. An anti-fascist activist (pictured above) still remains unidentified after a violent altercation with white supremacists at Sunday’s neo-Nazi rally at the State Capitol.  The 19-year-old known only as Vincent is currently hospitalized and receiving treatment for six stab wounds; it remains unknown if he is in intensive care or the severity...

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East Sacramento Preservation
38th Street/East Sac Blood Drive

38th Street/East Sac Blood Drive


Sacramento365
Finish Your June with these fun Sacramento Outings!

Finish Your June with these fun Sacramento Outings!



See buckin' broncos, clowns, and modern-day cowboys (and cowgirls) this weekend in Folsom. (Photo courtesy of Folsom Pro Rodeo.)

Looking for things to do this weekend in the region? Sacramento365.com has you covered! Wrap up your June with their Top 6 Events list below!

 

 

 

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Wells Fargo Pavilion
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Game to 100
West Sacramento honors hometown boxing great Joey Lopes

Jun 27, 2016
West Sacramento honors hometown boxing great Joey Lopes

I went to the official opening of the Joseph “Joey” Lopes Park in West Sacramento last Friday. A couple of hundred people attended the upbeat ceremony to celebrate the years-long effort to create a 4-acre park off West Capitol Avenue … Continue reading

Living In Urban Sac
Golden 1 Center & Downtown Commons Construction Photos

Golden 1 Center with Downtown  Commons cranes in background 5th & L Streets   The Golden 1 Center construction currently includes: Installation of the roof solar system Installation of Million Trees panels at exterior soffits Installation of storefront & glazing at exterior north wall of Practice Facility Installation of exterior LED video panel supports at

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Helping the homeless, art and advocacy, and solar powered alternatives on this week’s LiveWire!

Jun 25, 2016
Helping the homeless, art and advocacy, and solar powered alternatives on this week’s LiveWire!

Grace Loescher joins us to discuss her work at Tubman House, a homeless advocacy group that provides housing and support so that Sacramento’s parenting youth and their children can get busy living rather than surviving.  As well as The Creation District, a safe haven for radical creation, daring activism, and dream-making opportunities for Sacramento’s...

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Sac Foodies
Farm to Office! This week’s farmers’ market finds

Jun 24, 2016
Farm to Office! This week’s farmers’ market finds

By Brittany Gillmor and Sara Ortega This week’s Capitol Mall Farmers’ Market finds come ultra-fresh and delicious, courtesy of Bare Juices. Brittany: I opted for the Green Supreme, a blend of kale, cucumber, celery, apple, parsley, lemon and ginger. After a few days of airport and stadium fare, this juice was exactly what the...

Living In Urban Sac
Eviva Midtown

Work on 118 modular apartments are moving right along. The Eviva project is unique because each prefabricated unit is built at an offsite plant then hauled to the construction site by truck to be stacked on top of the concrete podium. The units are the...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Popular Squeeze Inn burger joint planned for Penn Valley

Popular Squeeze Inn burger joint planned for Penn Valley

The Squeeze Inn restaurant, a Sacramento institution known for its juicy burgers with a generous skirt of cheese, plans to open a branch in Penn Valley and expand further into the Sierra Foothills, our magazine has learned. The restaurants are individually owned or franchises, and this marks the continued growth of the Squeeze Inn...

Game to 100
Huge culvert crossing under bike trail should help salmon stranded during floods

Jun 23, 2016
Huge culvert crossing under bike trail should help salmon stranded during floods

Despite being a pessimistic observer of the salmon and steelhead decline in Northern California, I find my spirits lifted by a protection project going on close to home. Let’s call it a tiny light at the end of a tunnel … Continue reading

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