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As an expected 70,000 people descend on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the cultural phenomenon known as Burning Man, The Sacramento Bee was afforded a rare extended conversation with the event’s co-founder, Larry Harvey.
It’s crunch time for the 24 Sacramento filmmakers facing a Sunday deadline to complete their short entries for the Sacramento Film and Music Festival’s “10x10 Filmmaker Challenge.”
Suddenly, it seems people are excited to be in Oak Park.
A historic Mississippi paddle boat that ran aground in Lake Tahoe was freed Tuesday, leaving officials with rising concerns about the lake’s dropping water levels.
It’s not unusual to talk some business during a round of golf. But a recent area tournament subjected its well-heeled participants to full-on pitch at every hole.
As platoons of people descended on Brown’s Ravine in January to see the exposed gold rush town, Ken Christensen figured his 670 dock slots might not float boats at all this summer. The rains came and saved the season somewhat.
As Jamie, 6, and Jordan, 5, made their way down a church camp chow line recently, the choices were abundant – hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, taco salad, potato salad, garden salad, watermelon and cookies for days.
Iraq War veteran Chad Pfeifer was invited as a feel-good story, but after an impressive first day at the American Century Championship golf tournament Friday, it was apparent he had another mission – to win.
Cal Expo General Manager Rick Pickering is looking to steadily make modest changes that attract new visitors to the 160-year-old fair, while keeping those that already love the fair coming back.