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Make Less Trash This School Year

Make Less Trash This School Year

New pens, new pencils, new folders, new backpacks, new clothes... the list goes on and on.  While the beginning of school is a time when people tend to buy a bunch of new things, it is also a great time to outfit your kids and yourself for lunch t...

The Design Confidential
It’s Friday I’m In Love // Edition 13

It’s Friday I’m In Love // Edition 13

Friday Faves and Finds in Home Decor and Accessories
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HealthyCal.org
Despite Errors, State Continues Enrolling Adults With Disabilities and the Elderly in New Health Program

Aug 22, 2014

By Angela Woodall

Ben Rockwell is a 68-year-old retired nurse with Parkinson’s disease and a long list of other health problems. He has to juggle two government health plans to make sure he gets the care he needs, but over the past two decades, he’s gotten good at it.

That’s why when he became eligible to...

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HealthyCal.org
Straightening Out the Knot: The Cancer Resource Center of the Desert

Aug 22, 2014

By Robert Fulton Adrian Tapia and his wife Ana faced more than fear after Adrian was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2013. Between the doctor visits, the scans, surgery and rehabilitation, paperwork had to be filled out. Treatments required a two-hour-p...

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mamawolfe
Letter to My College Bound Daughter

Aug 22, 2014
Letter to My College Bound Daughter

Dear baby girl, You are done with what society has ‘required’ you to do. What’s left is what YOU require yourself to do. That can seem scary and daunting and utterly oblivious to you right now, and that’s precisely the way it should be, I think. I have a few words of advice that...

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Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: August 22nd – 24th

Weekend Top 10: August 22nd – 24th

Dance to the music of The Hoots, get your face painted and play at Sacramento Children’s Museum’s $4 FRIDAY. Friday Watch Back to the Future in Fremont Park or Monsters University in Vernon Street Town Square. Friday FREE Enjoy music, dancing and an international petting zoo at the MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL in Elk Grove Regional...

Marc Valdez Weblog
California’s Agony Continues

Aug 22, 2014
California’s Agony Continues

Now that we're heading towards late summer, I'm beginning to worry about water quality. The dregs are never the best. Here is this week's Drought Monitor:

Marc Valdez Weblog
DMTC’s 30th Anniversary Gala Saturday Night!

Aug 22, 2014
DMTC’s 30th Anniversary Gala Saturday Night!


Tomorrow night! Come see Jen Nachmanoff's updates to DMTC's scrapbooks. She's put an amazing amount of work into this! And Ben Bruening's historical video too!

Link to Davis Enterprise article.

Link to Bev's blog.

Link to DMTC for tickets:
The gala anniversary evening, at only $15 per ticket, will...

AutoGlo
A tale of two Accords: Green and golden

Aug 22, 2014
A tale of two Accords: Green and golden

Mark Glover’s AutoGlo car reviews also can be seen on the Business page of The Sacramento Bee’s website  via the “GALLERY: Reviews of new cars” link at www.sacbee.com/business

Sacramento, California – Here’s a sign of the times: I recently tested two environmentally friendly Honda Accords, and the plug-in version was easily the sexier of the two.

So there,...

Marc Valdez Weblog
Hugo Got Pizza!

Aug 22, 2014


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