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Video: Roseville Slips Past Del Campo in Game of the Week

Sep 25, 2016
Video: Roseville Slips Past Del Campo in Game of the Week

Overcoming seven turnovers and taking the final lead in the last 1:49, the Roseville Tigers  held on to defeat Del Campo Cougars 28-24 in a stunning see-saw battle last Friday (Sept. 23, 2016)  on Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week. Access Sacramento’s Will James and Jim Dimino narrate the highlights. A 22-yard pass from...

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A stunning stage play delving into the all-to-brief life of Robert F. Kennedy and a Neighborhood Lost – Sacramento’s Japantown. The filmmaker will join us to discuss his short film premiering at The 17th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival. On Wednesday September 24th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

Sep 24, 2016
A stunning stage play delving into the all-to-brief life of Robert F. Kennedy and a Neighborhood Lost – Sacramento’s Japantown.  The filmmaker will join us to discuss his short film premiering at The 17th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival.  On Wednesday September 24th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

  First up, the actors and crew of a play about Robert F. Kennedy will appear on the show to discuss the final show of CalStages 25th Anniversary season marks the upcoming presidential election with Elly-nominated director Gail Dartez directing Eric Baldwin in California Stage’s stunning new staging of RFK by Jack Holmes opening...

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Sacramento community hopes to overcome food policy injustices

Sep 21, 2016
Sacramento community hopes to overcome food policy injustices

The Food Policy Council held a roundtable with a group of panelists to inform the public ways to combat public policies that discriminate people of color and the working class through food inequalities.

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Free Health Clinic This Weekend In Oak Park

Sep 21, 2016

This weekend on Sunday, September 25, the Oak Park Neighborhood Association is hosting a free medical and dental clinic at Oak Park Community Center at 3415 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Sacramento.  From  7:00 AM until 5:00 PM later that day, there will be free services which include diabetes screening & education, illness...

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 Battle of the Big Cats on Game of the Week

Sep 19, 2016
 Battle of the Big Cats on Game of the Week

By Will James Hometown Sports Game of the Week The high school football regular season takes on new meaning this week when league play begins and the necessity of victory becomes an outcome of paramount importance. As testimony to the impending intensity during league games, the curtain goes up this week for Capital Valley...

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Cowtown Eats
RIP Cornflower Creamery

Sep 19, 2016

Cornflower Creamery, which had billed itself as a "farm-to-scoop" ice cream experience, closed on Friday. Located at 1013 L Street, the eatery that offered coffee, grab and go lunches and featured great paintings of cows in addition to ice cream,...

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Mimi’s Cafe Adds Guest-Created Honey Lavender Grilled Pork Chop to Fall Menu Starting Monday

Sep 18, 2016

Mimi's Cafe, the restaurant that offers "French-inspired American comfort food" has added a Honey Lavender Grilled Pork Chop as a seasonal specials menu starting Monday, Sept. 19, one of the 175+ recipes submitted by guests as part of a contest....

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Video: Highlights of Vista del Lago vs Cordova in Game of the Week

Sep 17, 2016
Video: Highlights of Vista del Lago vs Cordova in Game of the Week

The Vista del Lago Eagles topped the Cordova Lancers 52-35 in a rousing display of passing and rushing by both teams during Access Sacramento‘s Hometown Sports Game of the Week. Both teams piled on the passing yards but it was the Eagles who converted long drives into points in the 2nd half to claim...

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Living Aloha Style with the Sacramento Aloha Festival, Vote for Veggie of the Year with the Food Literacy Program, and A Place Called Sacramento filmmaker joins us to have the Last Laugh! Live! On Wednesday September 21th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

Sep 17, 2016
Living Aloha Style with the Sacramento Aloha Festival, Vote for Veggie of the Year with the Food Literacy Program, and A Place Called Sacramento filmmaker joins us to have the Last Laugh! Live!  On Wednesday September 21th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

First up ‘Anela Freeman and Mahela Ames join us to talk about the 6th Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival (SAF) on October 1, 2016.  A family friendly event, featuring live music, entertainment, vendors, community resources, educational workshops and hula hålau (hula schools) from all over California.  The Ka`onohi Foundation is a Cultural non-profit organization established...

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Get knowledgeable about this year’s elections

Sep 17, 2016
Get knowledgeable about this year’s elections

The 2012 presidential election had a disappointing voter turnout with only 57.5 percent of Americans getting to the polls. While that is a majority of the nation, the percentage was the country’s lowest since the 2000 election. With the amount of emphasis placed on this year’s election and the implications that follow when the...

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