Definitions change over time, and this is especially true for “geeks” and “nerds.” No longer confined to pocket protectors and slide rules, geeks and nerds cover intense interest in a wide variety of pursuits. Check out where to go to get you geek on in your chosen nerd platform?
Unexpected embellishments can make your personal style pop this spring.
A Sacramento artist’s one-of-a-kind sculptures were stolen after her studio was broken into three times.
Sam Bauman’s portrait of a patriot taken in February was turned into a charcoal drawing and won a congressional art competition for high school artists.
They made you chicken soup when you were sick, they folded your laundry when you brought it home from college, they nursed broken bones back to health. Mothers everywhere deserve a round of applause for all of the hard work and time that they put into raising kids. Show your mother just how much you appreciate her efforts by picking out the perfect gift for her.
Traditional, tribal, free verse or pastoral, Sacramento is the perfect place to celebrate the spoken word during National Poetry Month.
California remains a champion of women’s history and Sacramento is home to some the nation’s greatest places to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Enjoy these contemporary Sacramento photography galleries and consider a trip to a museum to compare the original form.
Hollywood has seen a recent tattoo boom and it might be due to the release of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,”or perhaps the paparazzi are finally catching celebrities with their skin exposed. Angelina Jolie chooses […]
Located in Old Town Sacramento, The California Railroad Museum offers both an educational experience and entertainment.
Keep little minds and bodies active this break and register them for a new camp or class. A plethora of area offerings include crafts, soccer, gymnastics, and a bit of culture. And camps aren’t just […]
As their website proclaims, time spent at the Sacramento Antique Faire is “part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt.” The best advice is to make sure you arrive early, bring single dollar bills and something to transport your newfound riches home in.