Stylist Debra Driggs says that braiding hair is easier than it seems. She offers these suggestions for anyone interested in a quick coiffure that looks great.
Yes, your daughter can certainly get the full “princess” experience in local dance classes. But if your sole image of youth dance lessons is giggly little girls in tiaras and frothy pink tutus, these Sacramento studios will be a real eye-opener.
To truly express your individuality and creativity, you choose items that are made by the hands and hearts of local artisans.
To avoid becoming overwhelmed, consider checking out the art of meditation. Learn the basics at a Sacramento-area meditation center, and you will be ready to soothe and invigorate your soul anywhere you are, even when you only have a moment or two.
Epicurean delights, Parisian nights and hot and heavy hip-hop are part of the fun at these cool summer events supporting Sacramento charities.
Americans love having the right to assemble with friends to enjoy good food, without sacrificing a lot of time to prepare it. John Bays, chef and co-owner of The Red Rabbit, knows how to do just that.
High-quality suits and tuxedos for men can be rented at these Sacramento small businesses, whether he needs to dress like a successful businessman, sophisticated bridegroom, GQ model or a Fred Astaire-esque stunner in top hat and tails.
Kids from preschoolers to teens will love these educational Sacramento summer programs that are cleverly disguised as nothing but fun.
Toasters and crystal stemware may be traditional, but these businesses can help you find a special wedding gift that the happy couple will truly appreciate.
From gold miners, graveyards and cabooses to glorious Victorian gardens, notorious criminals and politicians, it is exciting to visit Sacramento’s past.
Superheroes, train robberies, cupcakes and baseball are part of the fun ways to show dad how special he is.
Staying comfortable at work during the hot summer months in Sacramento is important for success and fashion expert and personal stylist Karri Grant has some tips for staying cool and looking professional this summer.