The Warriors star sold the Mediterranean home for a loss after buying it two years ago for $3.2 million. Photos by Nate Denny for Open Homes Photography. Reporting by Neal J. Leitereg for the Los Angeles Times.
Delta Shores, a massive 1 million square-foot “power center,” will open the first of nearly 100 stores and restaurants early next month on a sprawling site next to Interstate 5 at the new Cosumnes River Boulevard interchange.
A male engineer at Google blamed biological differences for the paucity of female programmers in his widely shared memo, titled "Google's Ideological Echo Chamber." Google's just-hired head of diversity, Danielle Brown, responded with her own memo, saying that diversity and inclusion were critical to the company's success. The dueling memos come as Silicon Valley grapples with accusations of sexism and discrimination.
Red Museum, an underground arts and performance space north of downtown Sacramento, was closed by the city of Sacramento in July 2017 for a variety of code violations. Electricians with the local electrical union volunteered their services to bring the building back up to code, and city officials are confident the space will reopen soon.
Cracker Barrel has a collection of 90,000 antiques that help fashion a homespun feel in their Old Country Stores. Larry Singleton, Cracker Barrel’s decor warehouse manager, and his team are responsible for creating that ambiance. He takes you on a virtual tour of the warehouse in Lebanon, Tenn.
Representatives from the NAACP and the California Center for Rural Policy testified about the potential benefits and drawbacks of Senate Bill 649 at a July 12 committee hearing. The bill would make it easier for telecommunications companies to rent space for “small cell” transmitters and limit local government oversight.
Sacramento artist Jeff Musser discusses plans for the mural he'll create during the Wide Open Walls festival Aug. 10-20. Musser is standing in front of his painting "Memories of Shanghai that have long since ..." at Beatnik Studios on S Street in Sacramento.
As the Sacramento staple, which drew ire last year over a controversial "Ken doll cake," rings in its thirtieth anniversary, owners Marlene and Walter Goetzeler talk about what makes Freeport Bakery special.