Sunday, May 19, 2013
This was a great idea and I hope it worked out well for others also.
Also, the show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Correction: Steven Chea took the photos.
I like these articles. They're very informative about those things that we should know but don't really know enough about. Thanks! Keep 'em coming.
This is such a feel-good story. Who knew a couple tons of baby rocks could make such a difference? Very cool.
Yeah, this sounds sweet. Murder-themed scavenger hunt? I'm down.
I couldn't agree more. If I had $50 million to invest in a project, I'd put it all up for this one.
This video is pretty funny, some good footage of meter maid shenanigans.
When I first got the e-mail notification for this workshop, I thought, "Sweet, I can't think of anything more basic and helpful." I'm excited. Writing ledes and structuring stories is hard stuff. I think anybody could benefit from this workshop.
You can't beat a place open late with good food and a live DJ! I'm there.
I haven't heard of Gold Sprints but it sounds like fun. Is this a growing trend Sacramento? If so, where can I see it up and running already?
Yeah this sounds weird. Maybe he was just bored?
I saw these guys perform a few weeks ago at the "CF Smackdown Rumble in Sactown" and was surprised at the amount of talent on stage. In fact, I stopped reporting during the second half of the show because I was in tears laughing.
One of these days I'd like to see their show "Anti-Cooperation League." Sounds promising. Especially for the price!
I highly recommend seeing one of their shows for a fun, lighthearted evening.
Great article! Taylor's Market is just 3 or 4 blocks away from my house and I go there all the time, so it's very reassuring to hear that they buy locally as often as possible. I think every city could use more local markets like Taylor's.
Also, did you take that video? Very cool.
It's actually incredible how drinkable the tap water is in Sacramento as opposed to in other cities. Something that should not be taken for granted! Thanks for reminding us.
Well, the folks who showed up last night didn't seem too concerned. Like I said, nothin' but love. Maybe the future looks grim but for now I'm a straight who's happy to celebrate.
Thank you, I was really happy to be able to be a part of it. Really, nothin' but
love going on there last night and to see such a big crowd of people in just one little parking lot, all affected by the decision in some way, was an unforgettable thing. Glad to have showed up. :)
Correction: State Prop 8.
I agree, this is great.
© 2013 Macer Media LLC
Username or Email