17 results for "Bob Shallit"
Most people would say I’ve had an eventful life since I retired from my columnist job at The Sacramento Bee nearly two years ago.
Retirement can be a difficult life transition and experts say couples need to discuss some of the challenges or risk becoming part of an alarming trend: the growing number of “gray” divorces.
Cary Adams didn’t spend a lot of time kicking back after retiring from his Sacramento law firm six years ago.
The downtown Sacramento building that formerly housed Wishing Well, the party supplies store, will reopen next year as a different sort of "party" headquarters.
The region's most active buyer of distressed commercial property has acquired another trophy: the century-old Nimbus Village center in Rancho Cordova.
Now that the Sacramento Kings appear headed to a new arena in the central city, local officials are working to secure another large sports-related tenant downtown: Bay Area retailer Sports Basement.
After years of meetings, negotiations and plan revisions, not to mention $30 million spent on site cleanup, Paul Petrovich is finally about to break ground on what he's calling his "legacy" project.
An eye-catching mural has just gone up in midtown Sacramento on a most unusual canvas: a formerly drab transformer box owned by the Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District.
Sacramento's Howe 'Bout Arden shopping center is about to be sold to a Bay Area company that may convert the center and several adjacent properties into a massive "lifestyle" complex.
The Pavilions may become the place to go again, thanks to a revitalization campaign being sparked by new tenants, a refocus on entertainment and the arrival of a couple of crowd-drawing neighbors.