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Sacramento’s Neon History Shines At Golden 1

The Center for Sacramento History released a five-minute film titled Relighting the Past: Neon Signs Brighten the Golden 1 Center, which documents the process of preparing six historic neon signs for installation at the Golden 1 Center. The six signs, all from the Center for Sacramento History’s...

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California Law: Side Effects of Prescription Medication

Many people do not think that side effects of an otherwise harmless prescription medication can kill you. While many of the outcomes don’t end in death, these medications can cause lasting damage. There are times when proper research isn’t done during clinical trials or a drug was rushed out to the...

Going for the Gold: 10 Swimmers to Watch
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Going for the Gold: 10 Swimmers to Watch

Trained by the prestigious Davis Arden Hills Racing Team (known as DART), 10 local swimmers have successfully made the Olympics trials cut and are going for the gold. Known for incredibly fast, exciting and suspense-filled competitions, the talented athletes are scheduled to compete in the 2016 U.S...

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Midtown Receives Keep America Beautiful Grant

No buts about it, Midtown is about to get a little bit cleaner and fresher. Keep America Beautiful, the national nonprofit that envisions a country where every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live, announced that the Midtown Business Association will receive a 2016 Cigarette...

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Sacramento Zoo Welcomes Baby Hoglets

The Sacramento Zoo is excited to welcome four newborn Red River Hogs! Midafternoon on April 3 the adult pair of Red River Hogs welcomed two female hoglets and two male hoglets, each weighing between 2 and 2.5 pounds. The Red River Hog family has been off-exhibit for the first week while the family...

Midtown Paves the Way for Alley Activation
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Midtown Paves the Way for Alley Activation

Dumpsters as an art form? Solar-powered trash compactors? Visually appealing alleyways?  It’s all happening (or might be soon) in Midtown! A center for culture, creativity and vibrancy, Midtown Sacramento is identifying, piloting and presenting innovate new ways to effectively activate...

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Sutter’s Fort Seeking Volunteers, Hosting Open House

Do you have an interest in Sacramento’s early history? Do you get excited at the idea of recreating pioneer activities like churning butter, making barrels or dressing in period attire? If so, volunteering at Sacramento’s iconic Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (SHP) may be just right for you. A...

'Cake Walk' Benefit to Raise Funds for Local Students
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‘Cake Walk’ Benefit to Raise Funds for Local Students

The Great Cake Walk is coming back to Sacramento State to help the Closing the Gap organization raise money for programs that help local students work their way out of the achievement gap. Top bakeries such as Cake Castle, Above & Beyond, and Raley’s will offer up lavishly decorated cakes that...

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