And a visit to a Woodland bowling alley that pays homage to an Italian town; a Status Check on MLB umpire Tripp Gibson, who readers may previously have seen at Sacramento River Cats games; a look into a long-locked safe that was recently opened at University of the Pacific; and our November Startup of the Month.
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