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California Rice Commission
Mandarin Rice Salad

Mandarin Rice Salad

California short grain brown rice is included in this savory recipe from the Rice Commissions Julie Cader. Learn more

California Rice Commission
Swan Bath

Tundra Swans are showing up in Sacramento Valley rice fields in large numbers. Leslie Morris captured this video of a swan cleaning up.

HealthyCal.org
Group prenatal visits improve birth outcomes for mother and child

Nov 24, 2014

By Veronica Moscoso

In this story we go to Life Long Medical Care in Berkeley, where we met Ana Maria Negrete five weeks from the due date of her first child.

Negrete is a part of new model for pre-natal care called CenteringPregnancy — where expectant mothers participate in group checkups which provide support, education and...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Empress Tavern ‘Should be Finished in January’

Nov 23, 2014

Empress Tavern, the hotly-anticipated meat-serving restaurant by the chefs and owners of vegetarian restaurant Mother, will open in early 2015, reports Carla Meyer in the Sac Bee. Emerick and Borroum co-own the gourmet vegetarian restaurant Mother, whi...

HealthyCal.org
From Stonewall to Welcoming Walls – Elder LGBT Housing On the Rise

Nov 23, 2014

 

 

By Matt Perry

 

 

Housing facilities for LGBT elders are slowly coming out of their California closets.

 

A new assisted living complex in Palm Springs that targets an aging LGBT demographic is one of a handful of new facilities serving seniors yearning for supportive and compassionate living environments.

 

In June, Hollywood’s second LGBT-friendly independent housing project opened, preceded...

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Sacramento Magazine
Women of Excellence

Nov 23, 2014


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The State Hornet
Information Technology Committee not officially involved with strategic planning for Information Technology

Nov 23, 2014

The Faculty Senate discussed the level of involvement the Academic Information Technology Committee has with Information Technology in their meeting in the Foothill Suite on Thursday.

The State Hornet
New CFA contract meets bare minimum with members

Nov 23, 2014

The California Faculty Association ratified a new three-year contract with minimal progress toward years of unsatisfactory salaries for California State University employees.

The State Hornet
Arts and Letters branches out to possible recruits

Nov 23, 2014

The College of Arts and Letters hosted their first expo event to provide Sacramento State students an opportunity to network and learn more about the Arts and Letters clubs.

FOX40
Firefighters to Begin Mulching in King Fire Burn Area

Nov 22, 2014
Firefighters to Begin Mulching in King Fire Burn Area

FORESTHILL- Saturday’s rainfall was a welcomed sight across the Sacramento area. Up in Foresthill, there were puddles, slick roads and people bundled up. “We have to pray for every inch of rain we can get,” said Foresthill resident, Jeanette Travis. Most are well aware that rain is badly needed to help the drought. “It’s...

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