Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Phil Garcia, Bown's connection, doesn't own the building, but holds the building's lease. He also contributed to the gallery's name.
Also, Milk Gallery is currently open for appointments. In the article it was written that they were only planning on doing so.
A link to Milk Gallery's Facebook page can be found here:
Yes, I was mistaken in writing that. Thanks for the correction.
Wow, this was really interesting. I'm a history geek, but I know next to nothing about Sacramento history. I think it's important that more people learn about our past because it creates the incentive to not let our city fall apart.
This is possibly the best thing to happen in the history of the universe.
Olive Mix will offer 30 different types of olives oils, not 50.
Also, Paskaly moved to Sacramento in 2009, not in 2005 as stated in the story.
Awesome. An article like this is essential for college students, especially as the weather is getting colder!
I definitely agree about the coffee shops. There are a few great ones downtown, but the suburbs really are lacking. Coffee Garden on Franklin is one of my favorites and I'd love to see more places like that.
This is awesome. I feel like Sacramento needs a lot more of this kind of stuff!
I spelled some names wrong. Debbie Hammond is actually spelled "Debi", and I left an '"e" out of Annalee. I'm very sorry about that.
I am hoping to attend this, because it sounds awesome!
It's very surprising that despite the nearly unanimous opposition, the city still went ahead and voted to take the Med Center away from District 5. While the compromise is better than the earlier proposal, it definitely highlights the disconnect between some of the city council members and the people of Oak Park.
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