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.
Some solutions Capital Region governments have come up with
will stay around post-pandemic, which could further improve the
You probably wouldn’t expect to find touches of Italy at a Woodland bowling alley, but there are plenty at the San Bruno Bowling Center.
Hal “Tripp” Gibson, an umpire whose last minor league assignment was with AAA Pacific Coast League, worked his first National League Championship Series this year.
Opening a cherished safe thought to contain untold historic
riches about the origins of University of the Pacific, President
Christopher Callahan wondered what he’d find.
Every body has a type. But clothing stores typically focus on sizes, which does a disservice to both retailers and customers, says Amy Wister, cofounder and CEO of RevShopp.
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