Mansions are really starting to sell in the Sacramento real-estate market. That's the message Pat Shea, the president of Lyon Real Estate, has been giving his 900 agents in 17 offices around the region.
As associate vice provost at Drexel University, Sandra Kirschenmann is telling the Philadelphia-based institution's story with a Sacramento voice.
You might say that the Federico brothers Jeremy, Adam and Joseph Federico inherited a vision. It just took them awhile to see it and to put their stamp on it.
Nicole Ix was accustomed to being a giver, but a diagnosis of Stage 4 colon cancer forced her into the role of recipient.
Michael Halbern prepares students at Sierra College for careers in the greasy, grimy world of locomotive propulsion, the clean rooms of a wafer fabrication facility and the hive of backstage activity at a Cirque du Soleil show.
Rick Lewis and Bobby Coyote teamed up, and last December, Dos Coyotes introduced its green chile stew at 25 Costcos.
Chemical engineer John Bissell is preparing for the day when the people of Chindia consume plastic bottles, polyester clothing and other goods the way that everyone in the United States does.
To get a picture of African American life in the Sacramento region over the last 50 years, all Larry Lee need do is dive into the archives of his family's newspaper.
The Sacramento Ballet launched its 2012-13 season with softer ticket sales than it had hoped on "Romeo and Juliet," but Executive Director Gregory Smith told me that momentum is building.
Lisa Heschong and Douglas Mahone met while pursuing master's degrees in architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. They graduated, married, had a baby and then struck out for California.
The Compañia Mazatlán Bellas Artes de Sacramento will audition dancers Friday evening under the watchful eye of a new artistic director, Zenón Barrón.
Go ahead; do it. Sell your home in Land Park with its dormer windows and backyard pool, move down to the desert in Southern California, open a hamburger joint and rake in $1.2 million a year.
The restaurant at 535 Howe Ave. looks just like Fresh Choice.
Christmas typically brings bright, shiny new treasures, but over time, bright and shiny and new becomes worn, rickety and damaged.