There are many clues that Stand Up Kabob, a Persian restaurant
literally welded onto the side of a used car dealership on the
outskirts of Davis, is no ordinary kebab shop.
In revisiting her early self-portraits, Betty Nelsen has zeroed in on the strongest elements, cropping the drawings into pages that will go into a series of handmade books.
Despite a surge of cycling participation in the pandemic, focused spending on bike lanes, and geographical advantages, how is it that California’s capital is barely above average when it comes to bike infrastructure?
In times of crisis, CEOs, business owners, government officials
and other public figures have a responsibility to effectively
convey important — and sometimes life-saving — information to the
public. Understanding how best to deliver that information could
make or break your reputation and your organization.
In his newest book entitled “Belonging to the Brand,” bestselling author and marketing guru Mark Schaefer asserts that the next — and last — great strategic marketing approach will be predicated on a healthy dose of community, connection and belonging.
Betty Inada, a Japanese American jazz singer born in Sacramento in 1913, sought fame in Japan in a time when American screens and stages had little space for Asian women.
California’s shrinking aquifers represent both an opportunity and a problem.
Unlike “The Big One” earthquake that is overdue along the San Andreas Fault, experts don’t have an ominous name for a flood of biblical proportions that is likely to inundate the Central Valley within the next 500 years.
Hustling to adapt, farmers around the state are experimenting with new, more sustainable crops and varieties bred to better tolerate drought, heat, humidity and other elements of the increasingly unruly climate.
At 31, Alexander Rossi is still moving up in the IndyCar world
and recently joined the team Arrow McLaren, an offshoot of the
world-famous Formula 1 powerhouse McLaren Racing.