Drug company targets Sacramento in Race for the Arts display

An eye-catching sculptural display installed Friday in Land Park as part of Saturday’s Race for the Arts is not an ordinary piece of art. The first sign? A large list of side effects printed on an element of the exhibit. Titled “The Tangled Tale,” the 28-foot exhibit of human figures on the grass near Land Park Drive was funded by Lundbeck Takeda, an international drug company partnership that sells Trintellix, an antidepressant.

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New Kings coach Dave Joerger can 'feel the passion' of Sacramento

First-year Sacramento Kings coach Dave Joerger takes a moment on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 25, 2016, to talk about joining the franchise as it begins a new era in the Golden 1 Center that is scheduled to open next month. Joerger, who coached the Memphis Grizzlies the previous three seasons, said he looks forward to the 2016-17 season and working alongside general manager Vlade Divac as they attempt to reverse the Kings' misfortune of failing to qualify for the postseason for 10 consecutive years.
Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
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