When it comes to your yard, the city of Sacramento wants to help you get over the “grass is always greener” mentality with your neighbors by offering you a free lawn sign. Will you let your green grass go “gold?”
Andrew C. Isenberg, a Temple University professor and the author of “Mining California: An Ecological History,” will delve into the history of logging, ranching, farming and mining in the Golden State as part of the Center for Sacramento History’s speakers series.
A four-letter word starting with “P” can be a gay slur. It is also a favored Mexican vulgarity with no sexual connotation and a soccer chant many fans say isn’t homophobic. When used in Mexico, the word hasn’t caused a problem – not yet anyway. But at the games of Sacramento Republic FC, the capital’s new minor league soccer franchise? As they say in Spanish, it’s a problema. Tell us what you think.
When it comes to your yard, the city of Sacramento wants to help you get over the “grass is always greener” mentality with your neighbors by offering you a free lawn sign.
Bridgett Rangel-Rexford and Lauren Rangel stepped into La Raza Galeria Posada on Saturday afternoon with their hair braided and pinned up, lips painted red and handmade costumes in tow. The sisters were preparing to compete in the first Frida Kahlo look-alike contest in Sacramento.
This much is clear from the court records on file in Judge Christopher E. Kruegers Sacramento courtroom: Kenneth Pawlowski, a prominent Sacramento-area veterinarian, was having dinner at Ruths Chris Steak House with his friend, attorney Kenneth L. Rosenfeld, and their wives on the evening of March 12, 2011. Pawlowskis cellphone buzzed, and on the other end was a nurse from the Eskaton Care Center skilled nursing facility in Greenhaven. She told Pawlowski that a third friend of the pair, Joseph Herb OBrien, 74, appeared to be nearing the end.
Earthquake. Fire. Flood. It could be any natural disaster that could unexpectedly overtake your home or work in minutes. With California’s wildfire season warming up, we look at how to be prepared – financially and physically – to handle any kind of emergency or evacuation.