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Girls on the Grid
Wanderlust: Kayaking Tomales Bay

Sep 27, 2016
Wanderlust: Kayaking Tomales Bay

By Kelly Conroy Only an hour and a half off the grid, Point Reyes National Seashore houses some serious outdoor... read more

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AccessLocal.TV
 Daunting Delta Docket Delivers Deluxe Drama on Game of the Week

Sep 26, 2016
 Daunting Delta Docket Delivers Deluxe Drama on Game of the Week

By Will James Home Town Sports Game-of-the-Week The Sierra Foothill League has long been considered the most competitive league in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section, and with good reason. The imposing presence of five elite programs packed into the seven-team league is impressive, if not intimidating.  Perennial SFL heavyweights include Del Oro, Folsom, Granite Bay,...

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HealthyCal.org
Coachella Valley: Structural Racism and the Desert Healthcare District

Sep 26, 2016
Coachella Valley:  Structural Racism and the Desert Healthcare District

By Matt Perry

When the posh Mizell Senior Center in tony Palm Springs trumpeted the success of a new fall prevention program in the surrounding Coachella Valley last week, it was a lily white victory.

The post Coachella Valley: Structural Racism and the Desert Healthcare District appeared first on California Health...

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HealthyCal.org
For Non-English Speaking Families, Getting Mental Health Help At School Proves Elusive

Sep 26, 2016
For Non-English Speaking Families, Getting Mental Health Help At School Proves Elusive

By Claudia Boyd-Barrett

Legally, school districts are supposed to provide students experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties with mental health assessments and individualized services to help them benefit from their education. But a report earlier this year by leading advocacy organizations found half of all students with these difficulties get no mental health help at all.

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Girls on the Grid
Why I Switched Back to a Paper Planner

Sep 26, 2016
Why I Switched Back to a Paper Planner

By Megan MacNee Back in my college years, I had a heavy-duty paper planner. I had a page for each... read more

Sacramento Vegan
Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge Starts Saturday!

Sep 25, 2016

I'm always so excited when October rolls around because that means it's time for the annual Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge.  For the sixth year in a row, local chefs will be preparing a variety of fabulous vegan dishes all month long.  Here are the restaurants that have signed up to participate so far this...

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HealthyCal.org
Outreach to At-Risk Communities Crucial to Diabetes Prevention

Sep 25, 2016
Outreach to At-Risk Communities Crucial to Diabetes Prevention

By Linda Childers

At the senior center in Kerman, Calif., Rosendo Iniguez demonstrates how to cook a more healthful version of empanadas. Although such traditional Latino dishes are typically high in calories, fat and carbs, Iniguez is showing how diabetics can create healthier versions by making simple substitutions.

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AccessLocal.TV
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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AccessLocal.TV
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 Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: September 24th – 25th

Weekend Top 10: September 24th – 25th

Listen to children’s book authors and illustrators read on the Mother Goose Stage at the SCHOLARSHARE CHILDREN’S BOOK FESTIVAL. Saturday – Sunday FREE Dress as your favorite character and ice skate at Skatetown’s ROYAL BALL. Friday Be amazed by death-defying stunts at CIRCUS VARGAS. Friday – Sunday See the classic story of CHARLOTTE’S WEB...

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