Here are seven stories from the weekend that you will want to catch up on before the work week hits.
Daiso is new to the Sacramento area, but it's a global powerhouse.
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The recent designation of the Gold Rush-era graveyard as historic has triggered new rules that could require the removal or drastic cutting of many rare specimens in the cemetery's world-famous rose garden, which features more than 500 varieties.
If you're wondering about Dinh Nguy and Mina Szeto's secret to success, you may not like the answer: There really is no secret.
Colin Kaepernick's career currently is at a standstill. Or perhaps a better way to put it is that the quarterback's situation is snarled.
5. Popular on Twitter: Ailene Voisin: Kings can't just dump All-Star DeMarcus Cousins
“You don't dump your primary asset without getting value in return,” writes The Bee’s Ailene Voisin. “You don't even need a great deal. You need a good deal.”
6. Popular on Facebook: Sacramento's Oak Park is new 'it' neighborhood; some aren't happy
“It was only a matter of time before someone started making noise in Oak Park again,” writes The Bee’s Erika D. Smith.
7. Popular video: Desert cities aim to bloom with medical marijuana cultivation
Desert Hot Springs is home to a pot real estate bonanza, with well-heeled outsiders snapping up land and buildings to develop massive, city-sanctioned grow facilities, capable of producing thousands of pounds of marijuana in multiple yields a year.