Filed Under: Eye on the City
- The Capital Region Family Business Center Generations ConferenceThe Capital Region Family Business Center celebrated its 3rd Annual Generations Conference on February 11-12 at the Sacramento Convention Center. Over 350 guests attended representing over 75 of our region’s finest family-owned businesses. They gathered for networking, fascinating conversations and programming relevant to the successful transition of their family businesses.
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Sports Photos of the Week (8/12/19)
Wide Open Walls ARTMIX at the Crocker MuseumOn August 8th, the Crocker Museum hosted ARTMIX to kick-off opening day for Wide Open Walls Mural Festival, August 8-18th. Wide Open Walls is a 501(3)(c) whose mission is to promote and celebrate public art. Wide Open Walls brings underserved neighborhoods public art that encourages a sense of pride and identity; provides community gathering spaces; generates impact, measurable economic growth for the Sacramento region; and promotes greater cultural understanding and appreciation amongst diverse groups. The organization’s mission is personified through its annual festival in August that brings local, national and international artists together to transform Sacramento with original and stunning street art. Additionally, Wide Open Walls supports other events throughout the year – including The Mural Jam, Sac Republic’s Paint The Park, and the Playa Art Trail.
Funeral Held For 13 Year-Old Killed At Gilroy Garlic FestivalFuneral held for 13 year-old, Keyla Salazar, following the Gilroy Garlic Festival.
Sports Photos of the Week (8/5/19)
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