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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Catching Up on South

Oct 23, 2014

South might be Sacramento's longest incubating restaurant. The project was first announced in Aug. 2012, but they're making progress. First, an update from Sactown Mag in July: Husband and wife team Ian and N'Gina Kavookjian, who previously owned Eight...

Sacramento Vegan
Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge 2014 — Capital Dime

Oct 23, 2014
Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge 2014 — Capital Dime

I finally made it to Capital Dime last night with my husband and son so I could check out the Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge menu. I'd been reading great comments on Facebook about the vegan raviolis, and I was eager to try them.First things first, t...

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Girls on the Grid
The Sacramento Ballet: New Production, New Executive Director & New Fans!

Oct 23, 2014
The Sacramento Ballet: New Production, New Executive Director & New Fans!

By Chantel Elder Exciting things are happening in Sacramento as a whole and as far as performing arts go, the... read more

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Iron Grill Gets Better With Age, Seasoning

Oct 22, 2014

Like a cast iron grill that's been properly cared for, Iron Grill (formerly known as Iron Steaks) across from Target on Broadway has hit its stride, says Sac Bee food critic Blair Anthony Robertson. Slowly but surely, this eatery –...


Nanny Goats in Panties
I’ve Got All the Bells and Whistles

I’ve Got All the Bells and Whistles

I think I have adoraphobia. It’s like the little fuzzy kitten version of agoraphobia where I am capable of leaving the house, I just don’t want to. Isn’t that cute? Okay, it’s official. I’ve become one of those people that won’t shut up about their health problems (oh, my aching back!). To wit:  ...

HealthyCal.org
New Study looks at Health and Well-Being of Latino Children in California

Oct 22, 2014

By Fran Kritz

A new study shows significant differences between the health and wellbeing of the 4.7 million Latino children in California and white children in the state. The study, conducted at the request of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health,* also shows Latino children now make up almost half the children in the...

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Girls on the Grid
Day Hike Essentials from the unprepared “Hippy”

Oct 22, 2014
Day Hike Essentials from the unprepared “Hippy”

By Leia Ostermann Among my friends, I am often regarded as “crunchy.” I like to hike, I wear Chacos with... read more

HealthyCal.org
Native American Tribes Have the Right, but Not the Resources, to Prosecute Abusers

Oct 21, 2014

By Leah Bartos

Native American woman face a 2 in 5 chance of experiencing some form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime. In most of these cases – 86 percent – the perpetrator of the violence will be non-Native.

These statistics, based on federal data, reflect a rate of violence against Native American women...

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Vegetarianized
Celery Root Pear “Anna”

Oct 21, 2014


Girls on the Grid
The Sexiest (and Lamest) Costumes of 2014

Oct 21, 2014
The Sexiest (and Lamest) Costumes of 2014

By Maria Hill It is that time of year again – when women are reminded that sex appeal is the... read more

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