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My Future Initiative focuses on empowering young women

My Future Initiative focuses on empowering young women

The My Future Initiative  Coalition, also known as “MyFI”, is a non profit organization that focuses on girls between the ages of 12 to 17.  This collation of girls and adult allies collaborate to prevent alcohol and substance abuse among teenage girls. This collaborative effort involves partnerships with local organizations, education, advocacy, and promoting...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Restauranteur Wonders If There Be Enough Demand for New Downtown Restaurants

Mar 23, 2015

The new Kings arena has caused a building boom downtown, and I can think of 15 planned restaurants, bars or cafes off the top of my head. But if you build it, will they come? Randy Paragary, perhaps Sacramento's most...

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Sacramento ESC Construction Photos

Crews continue pouring concrete mat slabs and pile caps for the new Entertainment and Sports Center. Sacramento ECS Construction - from the 14th floor of the Federal Court house on "I" Street Sacramento ECS Construction - From 14th floor of 555 Capitol Mall. Sacramento ECS Construction - Taken from 5th Street Sacramento ECS Construction - taken

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Summit pushes for #health4all

Summit pushes for #health4all

The California Endowment’s Health 4 All initiative advocates for healthcare for all undocumented immigrants. The purpose of its recent Health 4 All summit was to campaign for healthcare coverage for undocumented Californians. Many of the undocumented immigrants have contributed significantly to the economy and the communities in the state of California. It is evident...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Two Chefs to Open Butcher Shop in East Sac

Mar 22, 2015

Chefs Eric Veldman Miller and Matt Azevedo are partnering to open a whole animal butcher shop in East Sac, reports the Sac Bee's Blair Anthony Robertson. The shop, now under construction on the corner of Folsom Boulevard and 48th Street...

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Sacramento County Holds Workshop on Health Care for Undocumented Immigrants

Mar 21, 2015
Sacramento County Holds Workshop on Health Care for Undocumented Immigrants

A hotly contested issue in California, healthcare for the state’s undocumented residents, was the topic of a recent workshop held by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors. Attendees of the nearly five hour meeting heard speakers from many different walks of life, voicing their concerns and weighing the benefits and risks of re-expanding health care...

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Cowtown Eats
Midtown Foodie Grub & Pub Crawl Coming on Sat, March 28

Mar 20, 2015

Looking for a great way to enjoy the great Sacramento weather, taste some of the area's best restaurants and meet some new friends while helping a charity? On Saturday, March 28, Cowtown Eats friend Jenn, the Queen of Dating is...

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Dining News: New 21st St. Shoki Ramen House Location to Open in 2 to 4 Weeks

Mar 19, 2015

Shoki Ramen House may open its new location on 21st St. in just two weeks, the restaurant's Kathy Ueyama told Cowtown Eats in a Monday morning phone interview, but it could take as long as a month. Kathy, wife of...

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Dining News: New Gelato Spot at 19th & L to Open in April

Mar 18, 2015

La Mia Toscana, serving gelato and panini, will open in the same building as Capital Dime, The Rind and Yogurtagogo, reports Tori Masucci Cummins in Sactown Mag. Eatuscany—owned by husband-and-wife team Franco and Stefania Zerbinati (who hail from the northern...


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Sacramento Food Film Festival Features Fun

Mar 18, 2015
Sacramento Food Film Festival Features Fun

The Sacramento Food Film Festival will hit the town from March 19th-29th with ticket prices ranging from free to 70 dollars per event. With a new location every day, the entertaining and/or edible events are expected to receive a diverse audience, who will not only take home memories but a new found knowledge of...

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