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Health and well-being classes for Spring

The Staff and Faculty Health and Well-Being Program this spring is offering meditation and tai chi programs, and partnering with other units on “Biking With Confidence” classes and a workshop on “how to better navigate interpersonal relations in the workplace.” All programs are free.

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10-year old child eludes possible kidnapping in Elk Grove

March 27, 2017 |  
A young Elk Grove child walking home from school eluded what could have been a kidnapping yesterday afternoon.
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Spring break travelers reminded to protect themselves against Zika

March 20, 2017 - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) advises spring break travelers vacationing in warmer climates to protect themselves from mosquito bites and avoid unprotected sex in areas with known transmission of the Zika virus... Read More

Lamb chops and red wine: a perfect Easter pairing

March 20, 2017 |  
(StatePoint) Easter is the perfect occasion to enjoy a glass of wine and share a meal with family and friends. If you are looking for a delicious wine pairing this holiday, consider a classic red variety like Cabernet Sauvignon. 
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Symbolism & Victorian mourning

Symbolism & Victorian mourning

The Old City Cemetery is filled with the symbols of a time long past, but what do they mean? Is there more to a lamb, a broken bud or an urn than meets the eye? Come join us as we attempt to unlock the secrets hidden in plain sight and take a look into Victorian mourning culture. Widow’s weeds not required. Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 10:00 am.

 

UC Davis media sources for income tax season

The following University of California, Davis, faculty are available to comment to the media as tax deadlines approach in April. Check this list on the UC Davis news website for updates as they occur.

Response of nonprofit organizations to economic incentives

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CDPH lifts warnings about certain shellfish from Humboldt County

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Midtown debuts second dumpster art-wrap as part of ongoing beautification efforts

Midtown debuts second dumpster art-wrap as part of ongoing beautification efforts

As a follow-up to a creative pilot project launched a year ago between the Midtown Association and 16 Powerhouse, beautification efforts continue as another dumpster art-wrap debuted in Midtown.  Sponsored by Waste Management, the latest “wrapped” dumpster is located in Powerhouse Alley with a brand new creative design to showcase the bike-friendly nature of Sacramento’s urban core.                              

State Parks names Ty Smith as Director for the California State Railroad Museum

State Parks names Ty Smith as Director for the California State Railroad Museum

California State Parks has announced Ty Smith as museum director for the California State Railroad Museum, one of the world’s premier railway museums that welcomes more than 600,000 visitors per year. As museum director, Smith is responsible for managing the California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento Southern Railroad, Old Sacramento State Historic Park and the historic Southern Pacific Shops. Smith’s new role is effective on Apr. 1, 2017.  

“Ty’s extensive knowledge, background and experience working in the museum community coupled with his passion for history and interpretation makes him uniquely qualified for this key position in California’s state park system,” said Capital District Superintendent Matthew Bellah. “California State Parks working in partnership with the Foundation, and Ty’s visionary leadership will help guide these prized rail units forward at a very exciting time for Sacramento.”

All aboard for story time With B Street Theatre Company’s Amy Kelly on 3/27

All aboard for story time With B Street Theatre Company’s Amy Kelly on 3/27

It’s All Aboard for Story Time! with B Street Theatre Company Member Amy Kelly as a celebrity guest reader on Monday, March 27, 2017, at 11 a.m. at the California State Railroad Museum.  Amy, a talented local actress, comedian, voice-over artist and impersonator, will read the book “The Transcontinental Railroad” by John Perritano. The book is especially timely given B Street Theatre is currently presenting an engaging and original play titled “Going West: The Story of the Transcontinental Railroad” running through April 2. Amy performs a key role in the play that celebrates the men and women who made history by joining our vast nation together.