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Girls on the Grid
Spring Cleaning: It’s not just for your closet

Jun 23, 2015
Spring Cleaning: It’s not just for your closet

By Kearsten Shepherd Every year, like clockwork, I begin my Spring Cleaning ritual. Because I have the world’s smallest closet... read more

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Opening Dates for Localis, Saddle Rock & Broderick Midtown

Jun 22, 2015

Chris Jarsoz and Matt Chong, the maestros behind Team Broderick, are about to open 3 new midtown restaurants. Here are their opening dates, per Sactown Mag. Localis, which replaced the never-opened Piccola Citta, Trick Pony and Tuli at 21st &...

AccessLocal.TV
College: Young Adults Are Excited/Scared

Jun 22, 2015
College: Young Adults Are Excited/Scared

With a single movement of the arm a tassel was shifted, an experienced ended, and a teenager graduated. A big deal for some and a formality for others, graduation from high school marks a young person’s transition from adolescence into adulthood, although many of them would argue they feel no different after the ceremony....

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HealthyCal.org
The Truth About HIV Prevention Drug Truvada

Jun 22, 2015

By Linda Childers In the 1980s, a diagnosis of HIV used to mean AIDS or even early death. Today, thanks to advances in medicine, Truvada could potentially eliminate the 50,000 new cases of HIV infections diagnosed each year, yet the medication continue...

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Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: June 26th – 28th

Weekend Top 10: June 26th – 28th

Sing, play and get your face painted at the Sacramento Children’s Museum’s $4 FRIDAY. Friday Celebrate Shakespeare’s classic fairy play and eat all the ice cream you want at Fairytale Town’s annual A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM & Crystal Ice Cream Fantasy. Saturday Build a Captain America Motorcycle at Lowe’s BUILD AND GROW CLINIC. Saturday...

HealthyCal.org
Assisted Dying: California’s Tipping Point Arrives

Jun 22, 2015

By Matt Perry

“Science progresses one funeral at a time.” – German physicist Max Planck

No other death has so profoundly changed the way we perceive the dying process as that of Brittany Maynard, the young California woman who insisted on the right to die on her own terms by moving to Oregon, where she could...

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Girls on the Grid
Paper Heart Patisserie – Naked Cake Workshop

Jun 22, 2015
Paper Heart Patisserie – Naked Cake Workshop

By Mary McCune If you haven’t already noticed, wedding season is upon us and one of the hottest trends right... read more

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HealthyCal.org
Need to Know

Jun 22, 2015

Check in every Monday for health and health care news you need to know. By Hannah Guzik The state has failed to ensure Medi-Cal patients have access to doctors, audit finds. Medi-Cal docs who fail site reviews are more likely to face board discipline. ...

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Sacramento Vegan
Pinkberry

Jun 21, 2015
Pinkberry

When the weather heats up, I start looking for frozen vegan treats to cool things down. This weekend, my son Zack and I went to Pinkberry so I could check out their new dairy-free Tropical Mango sorbet. Not only is it dairy-free, but it has no added ...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Pigs & Pinot Event at Cask & Barrel on Friday, 6/26

Jun 21, 2015

If you haven't been to Cask & Barrel recently, you're missing out. (Disclosure, they're an advertiser, but I really do love them. This is not a paid post.) Executive Chef Gabriel Glasier, Pastry Chef Kristel Flores and the rest of...

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