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Aging’s Staunch Ally in The City of Angels

Aug 4, 2014

By Matt Perry Inside a bureaucratic jungle, Laura Trejo always finds room to roar. When Trejo sat in the midst of a panel of experts during the recent launch of a new state senate committee on aging, she spoke plainly yet firmly. During her 10-minute lecture, simmering tension escalated into barely controlled fury.

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Robert's Sister
The Caregiving Creep

The Caregiving Creep

Six years ago my girls were in their second year of college and had, for the most part, moved out of the house. At least one of them came home on the weekends (or for a day here or there) and Richard and I still had our son living at home but he split...

Davis Vanguard
Connecting Davis to Sacramento

Aug 4, 2014
Connecting Davis to Sacramento

A lot of people have pushed the idea that with innovation parks will come a demand for housing. But perhaps with innovation parks will come the notion that cheap and affordable housing is only a short train ride away. In the past few days, I have seen proposed different ways innovative ways that this...

HealthyCal.org
California Health Report TV – episode 1

Aug 4, 2014

In this inaugural episode we bring you stories from around the state of people who are improving their own health and the health of their communities.

The implementation of the Affordable Care Act is dramatically changing our healthcare system. But research shows that where you live is more closely connected to your health than doctors...

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Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
The Wrong Approach to Breast Cancer (?)

Peggy Orenstein is brave enough to discuss the controversies in CancerLand, the ones we bloggers all tiptoe around because we don't want any feelings hurt.  Her latest article in the New York Times has once again stirred people up and there have been ...

Game to 100
Mayor Johnson’s vision and my humble water-saving pail

Aug 1, 2014
Mayor Johnson’s vision and my humble water-saving pail

What should I do with the pail I’ve been keeping in the bathroom to save water, now that the mayor of Sacramento and a couple of council members say saving water in this ever-worsening drought isn’t very important? I know … Continue reading

Girls on the Grid
Sun and Soil – 1 Day Juice Cleanse

Jul 31, 2014
Sun and Soil – 1 Day Juice Cleanse

By Kearsten Shepard Sun and Soil Juice Company is located at 1912 P Street. (Website, Facebook) Sun and Soil Juice Company on 19th and P offers a one day juice cleanse. I’d never done a juice cleanse before and I have now done this one twice.  The first time was just a few weeks ago...

MidLifeBloggers
Old Age is Older Than Me

Jul 30, 2014

I think where this Orwell saying is concerned, we’re children at every age. That obscene calamity is happening to the person who is much older than we are. Remember when we thought that 30 was really old? And then 40? And 50? And 60? The problem is that as we age and hit those milestones, we...

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Sol Collective: A Center For Art, Activism, and Culture

Sol Collective: A Center For Art, Activism, and Culture

On 21st Street in Sacramento lives a center of arts, activism, and culture called Sol Collective. It is a community gathering place that focuses on arts, ...

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Game to 100
Cousins is no match with Barkley as a winner

Jul 29, 2014
Cousins is no match with Barkley as a winner

  Let’s put blame where it rightly belongs: The Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins hasn’t been fined and suspended by the NBA for spitting on a little girl. That would be Charles Barkley, back in 1991. Barkley and Cousins, however, are both … Continue reading

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