Sacramento Wide Open Walls Mural Festival Press ConferenceWide Open Walls, one of the nation's largest mural festivals, invited the media to hear from national and local leaders ahead of its September 9th start date. Topics will included mural sites, participating artists and the economic impact the festival will have on our region. Additionally, live art demonstrations, the unveiling of the first finished mural and a chance to visit with the artists at the press conference site.
Painted Mural “Resilience” Community Garden DedicationPress Conference and dedication for the Painted Community Garden Mural “Resilience” inspired by Jacquelyn Anderson with the wonderful mural artist, Maren Conrad on September 6th at 3200 Riverside Blvd.
Crowded Houseboats On Lake Oroville Show Drought's Impact
IN PHOTOS: Caldor Fire Explodes In El Dorado County
Walk of Stars 2021 Installation honored Healthcare and Frontline WorkersBecause of Covid-19, the 2020 event was postponed and due to changing conditions, the Sacramento Walk of Stars installed and honored a Star celebrating our Healthcare and Frontline Workers. at Mulvaney’s B&L at 19th and L Streets, August 25, 2021. The Sacramento region boasts some of the world’s greatest entertainers and artists, athletes, journalists, entrepreneurs and scientists. Sacramento Walk of Stars honors national and worldwide accomplishments made by those who call or once called the Sacramento region home.
Before And After: Dixie Fire's Destruction Of GreenvilleThe Dixie Fire, now the second-largest wildfire in state history, leveled buildings and homes as it tore through the town of Greenville.
ARY Place Groundbreaking CeremonyOn July 1, 2021, Capitol Area Development Authority-CACDC and CFY Development hosted formal groundbreaking ceremony for ARY Place in the parking lot across the street from the development site, 1629 S Street. A affordable housing project. CADA manages 720 rental housing units, about one quarter of which are affordable to low and very low-income households. CADA’s affordability program is self-funded: subsidies for affordable units are offset by income from market rate units.
State of the City AddressOn June 30th, Sacramento Mayor, Darrell Steinberg addressed members of the community at the downtown Convention Center Courtyard!. The 2021 Mort Friedman Legacy Award Winner, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, appointed as Sacramento County’s Public Health Officer. Photos by Tia Gemmell www.phototia.com
The Center for Land-Based Learning new Mobile Farmers Market LaunchOn June 24, at Drake’s The Barn, West Sacramento Urban Farm Program launched new Mobile Farmers Market Program, a project of the West Sacramento Urban Farm Program – during its donor appreciation event honored Wells Fargo and other partners. Details of the program’s 2021 pilot year were unveiled including the locations, schedule, and selected produce for Mobile Farmers Market sales. Mobile Farmers Market truck helps improve health outcomes for West Sacramento residents by giving them access to healthy, locally grown foods; new program made possible by Wells Fargo and other partners t: West Sacramento residents who lack access to healthy foods have something to celebrate. Starting July 6, Center for Land-Based Learning’s Mobile Farmers Market truck will start visiting neighborhoods in West Sacramento. The truck – which accepts EBT/SNAP – will help improve health outcomes in the area by increasing access to affordable and locally grown produce. Additionally, it will offer nutrition education information through a partnership with Health Education Council and sell nonperishables items alongside fresh fruits and vegetables. This is the first program of its kind in the Sacramento region. Photos by Tia Gemmell www.phototia.com
PRIDE Month State Capitol Lighting CeremonyTo celebrate PRIDE month, the California State Capitol was illuminated in rainbow colors on Monday, June 21. The historic lighting ceremony was the kick-off a first of its kind city-wide illumination campaign to celebrate not just the LGBTQ community but diversity and inclusion. The lighting concept- ‘Glowing with Pride’, is the brainchild of the Sacramento LGBT Community Center, and will run from June 21st to the evening of June 27th.
Trove Of Fossils Discovered Near Valley Springs
Nimbus Fish Hatchery Helps Release Salmon Into Waterways
Inside The GRAMMY Museum
California Amusement Parks Reopen
Daunte Wright Funeral In Minneapolis
Folsom Lake Reaches Extremely Low Levels
Kings Beat Cavs 119-105 (3/22/21)
Kings Defeat Wizards 121-119 (3/17/21)
Your Nature Photos
Storm Watch (3/10/21)
Proposed Wilton Resort & Casino In Elk Grove
Tahoe Zillow Listing Featuring Dozens Of Glammed-Up Mannequins Goes Viral