Bubbie’s Love serves up a luscious frozen strawberry meringue torte for Passover; also check out Freeport Bakery’s almond roulade with apricot mousse.
Shock and guffaw your target with a gadget that makes their car shriek, candy that tastes like old fish, a personalized telegram by a Hairy Fairy, murderous cats, bloody faux body parts or a workout plan for drinkers called “Bacardio.”
Sacramento’s talented thespians bring intrigue, real-life drama, operatic satire and explosive humor to these exciting and provocative productions in the spring of 2015.
EDD occupational profiles project an increase of 16.8 percent in financial analyst jobs in the Sacramento region.
Award-winning teacher Sarah Kesty is a particularly great resource for staycation ideas because she loves to celebrate life, act goofy and have a lot of fun.
Josie Lee is an enterprising and energetic young entrepreneur that keeps her finger on the pulse of fashion in California’s capital and around the world. Here is what she has to say about spring’s hottest trends.
Explore your Irish side with pub parties, a parade, green beer, corned beef, colcannon and live music and dance performances, as well as a leprechaun race and photo ops with a special guest donkey.
Now a staff programmer analyst for the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Travis Meadows spent most of his youth as a senior deckhand, working and supervising others, for his father’s fishing business in Alaska.
Dian Baker says that 80 percent of her research is grounded in STEM education, a significant fact given her recent participation in a groundbreaking study on how nurses can directly help limit incidents of hospital-acquired pneumonia.
Kim Newlin earned two master’s degrees to become a cardiovascular clinical nurse specialist and adult nurse practitioner. She opened a clinic offering after-care and prevention for heart failure patients and greatly improved their rate of re-admission.
Whether you are looking for antiques, flea market fixer-uppers or like-new Danish modern pieces and Eames chairs, these Sacramento businesses can help you get just want you want.
After a successful early career in sales and retail management, Sacramento’s Ron Klint decided it was time for a change.