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Sacramento Connect
Drought watch: Farmers fear water cutoff

Drought watch: Farmers fear water cutoff

    A roundup of posts and articles about the 2014 California drought.

Sacramento Connect
Jerry Brown worries about marijuana legalization and ‘potheads’

Jerry Brown worries about marijuana legalization and ‘potheads’

The latest on California’s medical marijuana controversies from Sacramento Connect partners.

Sacramento Connect
Mardi Gras! Recipes for Fat Tuesday

Mar 3, 2014
Mardi Gras! Recipes for Fat Tuesday

Recipes to celebrate Mardi Gras.

Girls on the Grid
Nominations for 5th Annual Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette contest benefiting WEAVE

Mar 2, 2014
Nominations for 5th Annual Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette contest benefiting WEAVE

It’s March and bees are starting to buzz … flowers are starting to bloom … and we’re getting itchy for some day-drinking-on-beach-cruisers. But more importantly, it’s time for the 5th Annual Sacramento’s Most Eligible Bachelor/Bachelorette (#SMEBB) contest!!! Submit your nominees to girlsonthegrid AT gmail.com. We need their name, occupation, age, reason for nomination and...

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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento’s Taylor’s Market Growing It’s Own Fruit

Sacramento’s Taylor’s Market Growing It’s Own Fruit

In order to offer lower prices, Taylor Market in Sacramento is sourcing fruit and some vegetables from its own farm in Loomis.



Danny Johnson moves tree trimmings to a burn pile at his Loomis farm. He believes increasing produce supplied by the farm to the...

Placer County Online
Top stories for the week of Feb 22-28: Water Forum, Co-ed bathroom challenge, and more!

Catch up on Placer County news … our most-read stories for the last week: 1. Water Forum Draws Packed Crowd in Rocklin 2. Co-Ed Bathroom Challenge Not Over, Group Says 3. The Winter Olympics may be over, but the dreams of a Roseville resident live on 4. The Gathering Inn Issues Urgent Need For Furniture, Household Items 5....

Hybrid Rasta Mama
Getting Started With Backyard Chickens

Feb 28, 2014
Getting Started With Backyard Chickens

Whether you’re interested in producing healthy, local eggs for your family, produce fertilizer for your garden, or simply for personal amusement, backyard chickens are a wonderful addition to any home. They don’t take up much space, or time so they are even compatible with the cramped and busy life of the city. Below I...

Kick off Sacramento Beer Week tonight at the California Auto Museum

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Feb 27, 2014
Kick off Sacramento Beer Week tonight at the California Auto Museum

A roundup of posts and articles about Sacramento Beer Week 2014.

The Sacramento Bee
Behaviorists insist dogs feel no shame despite guilty looks

Behaviorists insist dogs feel no shame despite guilty looks

The next time you start shaking your finger and shouting "Shame on you!" because your dog chewed up your favorite fuzzy slippers, just remember that no matter how guilty your dog looks, it doesn't know what your rant is about. This Feb. 9, 2013 pr...

Cowtown Eats
New Eats in Midtown Sacramento: Block Butcher Bar

Feb 24, 2014
New Eats in Midtown Sacramento: Block Butcher Bar

Block Butcher Bar officially opens today, but over the weekend, they held a soft opening, and members of the general public were allowed to give the staff an opportunity to work some of the kinks out. Tipped off by a...



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