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Modern technology may have triggered the desire by a group of Sacramentans to trek across northern Spain, but inspiration has always come in many forms to pilgrims who have walked the Way of St. James.
Class is in session at the A Street center north of downtown Sacramento, where Women's Empowerment staff and volunteers help prepare homeless women for the job market.
In the Bible, God gave manna to the Israelites to nourish them for the 40 years they wandered the desert. The recently opened El Manà in Carmichael is named for the heavenly foodstuff, and churchgoers who own the restaurant hope every tac...
Jim Brown has devoted himself to an ambitious effort, one with a $16 million price tag: a proposal to build a 35,000-square-foot museum at Folsom Prison devoted to the field of correctional science.
Payam Fardanesh and Srijun Srinuanchan spent weeks crafting the perfect carbonated beverage, based on a family recipe. Now, Silk Road Soda is selling in cafes and restaurants across the region.
Northern California's health care providers have been on a building binge lately, and their need to brighten up all those new hallways, waiting rooms and lobbies has helped keep a handful of professional art consultants busy despite the soft...
The Sacramento region can't get enough to drink, and big-box beverage sellers are pouring it on.
Nathan Vetter has had a passion for photography since high school, the more outdoorsy the better, and spends as much time as he can behind the camera when he's not working the night shift at Subway or taking a full load of classes at ...
It's the season for miracles, and Martina and Davide Siligato found theirs on the Internet.
Construction started last month on a string of centers in the Sacramento area that will specialize in drop-in, cut-rate, hands-on therapeutic care.