Sunday, May 19, 2013
I'm finally in the 1 percent?
Thank you for your comment, Imw. The bakery is open from 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. every day but Sunday. I added the information to the story as well.
Here ya go: http://www.sacramentopress.com/headline/72944/Leis_Kitchen_East_meets_West_in_downtown_Sacramentos_newest_eatery
And that's actually something we've been discussing doing more of. What would you like to see? Profiles about longtime businesses? Reviews when new ones open? Something else altogether?
Thank you for reading, and for letting us know what you'd like to read more about.
Correct, Geoff. It is in suite 200, next to Social.
Generally, the only reason to mention the race of a criminal is if it aids in providing a description.
As for Brew it Up!, I wrote a story about owner Mike Costello's most recent efforts about two months ago here: http://www.sacramentopress.com/headline/69335/Former_Brew_it_Up_owner_seeking_investment_for_comeback
I'll be in touch with him for a follow-up once more details are available.
Yes. I only replied to let people who aren't aware of that know that it's defined that way in the penal code.
The actual California penal code specifies that a bullet is considered a tool.
By law, these are not assault weapons. California has a distinct classification of what is and is not an assault weapon, and this was one way of making a gun not fit that category, as it, under California penal code, then has a "fixed magazine."
I'm not taking a side on this issue. I'm just pointing out that the issue is misrepresented in the Bee article.
I'd think of this being similar to having a car that does not meet smog standards because it has certain parts on it. Changing those parts so it fits the law for smog definitions is not side-stepping a law – it's conforming to it.
Whether the assault weapon classification is something that needs to be changed is a separate issue.
My colleague at the Bee paraphrased Yee without really understanding that the device SB249 sought to ban in fact makes reloading take more time, as it requires a tool to remove the magazine, which by law is limited to 10 rounds in the guns that require it.
The device is commonly known as a "bullet button," and the magazine cannot be removed by pressing the release button with a finger, because it's impossible.
It only applies to firearms in certain configurations – those that would otherwise be considered "assault weapons" under California law.
Thank you, Ed. It's been fixed.
Just to clarify, Isaac is not part of our organization. He has his own site, ranSACkedmedia.com.
Also, I don't believe The Sacramento Press has ever expressed a view on the arena as an organization.
The actual target date for opening is Friday, July 13. When the article was written, that date was the target, but it's not yet set in stone since there is some final work to get done, but all expectations are Friday.
It is being recorded. It will be posted as a recording after the chat.
This article should give some of the information you are looking for, with links to more in-depth coverage on each topic discussed.
What "raised some people's eyebrows" was the story last week that a gun store is coming to Midtown. In the eighth paragraph, I wrote: The proposed law comes after The Sacramento Press reported last week that a new gun store will likely come to the old Cornerstone location at 2330 J St. in Midtown...
After I wrote the previous article, which quoted a city planner as saying that gun stores are treated as general retail, some people were concerned that there was no public review process.
Hopefully this clears it up.
Thanks for reading.
She does have more traditional flavors, including a mint-chocolate crunch using mint grown in her garden.
We've been doing it since 2008 in quotes. When I was working with the editors at the time on style, my suggestion was to not use it gratuitously, and to not omit one or two letters, because you're not fooling anyone, and it's kind of an eye-roller. People aren't offended by the actual letters, but the words themselves, so why try to hide it?
Well, looks like I lost that one in the end.
We discussed that at length, but decided the lede is that he is working on a new show. Fans of his already know he is upset at being fired, and anyone who gets fired probably hopes his or her former employers rue the day.
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