sacramento


Essay: Make your mark

Young professionals are helping drive Sacramento’s renaissance By Megan Blackwell Sacramento is in the middle of a once-in-a-generation renaissance, and at the heart of it…


Editor’s note: Name calling

Controversial developer fights for family honor at Crocker Village park Nothing is ever easy with developer Paul Petrovich’s project in Curtis Park. So why should…


Field to vase

American Flowers Week promotes locally grown For Amanda Kitaura, it started with a bag of dahlia tubers from Costco. “I’ve always loved flowers,” she said….


Hot tomato

Sacramento has the sun and heat tomato plants crave. But how much is too much? Sacramento loves tomatoes. The feeling is mutual. Any Sacramentan with…




Living with climate change: Evacuate!

Governments and businesses can still take bold action to limit global warming, but average temperatures are already rising. As climate change worsens, extreme weather will…


Essay: Rising from the ashes

A rabbi reflects on the 20th anniversary of the Sacramento synagogue arsons By Reuven H. Taff I will never forget Friday, June 18, 1999, when…