Jan Gregory, a banker, passed away in May in Sacramento. Five days later, the front page of the Sacramento Bee announced that the Sacramento Zoo had acquired a rare white rhinoceros named J. Gregory.
Burnout from a 10-year career working in the nonprofit sector in Brooklyn led Jodi Connelly to a creative breakthrough in her art practice.
When it comes to “having a little work done,” it’s all about perception. “I was actually one of those people who thought they would never do Botox in their life,” says Shawna Chrisman, nurse practitioner and founder of Destination Aesthetics. “I just wanted to age gracefully.” But a product called Lattise — which she calls her “gateway” — changed her perspective on what that means.
A new wave of local fashion influencers are bringing years of
practical experience from the fitting rooms to social media to
create a unique brand of fashion therapy that recognizes the
inextricable link between the clothes we wear and our emotional
CalMatters: California’s spending per inmate jumped steeply during the COVID-19 pandemic and it continued to increase despite recent cost-cutting moves, including Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent move to close three state prisons.
In the fast-paced and ever-changing world of business, the role of a leader is both thrilling and challenging. This year, it’s crucial for leaders to be armed with the right strategies to navigate the corporate landscape successfully.
This may have happened to you: You call a restaurant, and instead of a live person, you get a recorded voice telling you to leave a message and someone will get back to you. Or even worse, you go online looking for a restaurant’s phone number, only to discover there isn’t one.
Some of the most exciting architecture being designed and built in the Capital Region today is multifamily residential. Attractive, amenity-rich condominiums, apartments and duplexes are popping up everywhere, proving that single-family luxury homes aren’t the only drool-worthy dwellings on the real estate market.
CalMatters: The sequence of events so far underscores the simple fact that predicting California’s weather, despite enormous advances in technology, is still educated guesswork.
In November, Sacramento burlesque troupe The Darling Clementines celebrated its 10-year anniversary. To celebrate, it held a blockbuster show with visiting acts like Frankie Fictitious and Banbury Cross, both from the Bay Area.