Andrew Calisterio is a freelance photographer and content
creator. He developed his passion for photography while working
in the liquor and spirits industry for over a decade, and is
influenced by street photography, bar culture and portrait
work. He is a Sacramento native and a longtime San Francisco
resident, and shares his wide array of interests via his
Instagram accounts, @Boozehoundcc
The 17th annual event gives art lovers an opportunity to tour
hundreds of artists’ spaces and connect with them in their
As a full time director of communications in the health care field, Woodland Mayor Mayra Vega cares about including the underrepresented and boosting the city’s tech jobs.
With “Dissect,” Cole Cuchna goes deep into his favorite
music albums, cultivating curiosity in others. Now nine
seasons in, he’s found success with a Spotify partnership
and a talk at TEDxBerkeley.
The former journalist shapes the brand for Visit
Sacramento’s web content, audio-visual output, podcast, Visitors
Guide and more.
PODCAST: The pop-up model allows independent chefs to experiment with new concepts and creative menus without investing in overhead.
The pop-up model allows independent chefs to experiment with
new concepts and creative menus without investing in
The neighborhood lunch spot serves comfort sandwiches, Sunday brunch, desserts and a bodega-style assortment of beer and wine.
Alycia Anderson pivoted from a successful career as a sales
executive to start her own company
championing diversity, equity and inclusion in the
As senior program director of Capitol Impact, Anna Fontus
crafts policies that address inequality in California’s
complex social systems.
Brandon Brown is CEO and co-founder of the fast-growing
Sacramento-based company Grin. His thought leadership on
influencer marketing is based on authenticity.
Freelance essayist Sarah Miller lends her idiosyncratic
style to The New Yorker website and many other
publications. The Nevada City-based writer was
commissioned by Substack to start her own
newsletter earlier this year.
Gallerist Faith J. McKinnie is highlighting the work she wants to
see in her Midtown gallery that highlights contemporary art
by underrepresented artists.
Licensed marriage and family therapist Lupe Nambo considers
it her mission to “decolonize therapy.”
Tucked into a Tahoe Park warehouse is Spiders Garage, a
wonderland of vintage clothing collected and sourced by owner
Melissa McGillicuddy and Shahera Hyatt are hosts and
comedians of the Moving Van Show, a comedy show based out of
a rented U-Haul.
Vanessa Maggio, vegan snack enthusiast, is the owner of Gxxd
Box, an upcycled shipping container that will soon be
situated somewhere within Midtown Sacramento.
Sacramento Republic FC is celebrating LGBTQ+ businesses through
its Kickstart grant series.
Onit Coffee isn’t your standard coffee shop. For starters, it’s
not a “shop” in the brick-and-mortar sense (yet).
Vicki Gonzalez brings 15 years of news reporting experience and a
multicultural point of view to her new role as host of “Insight,”
CapRadio’s one-hour morning radio program covering the Sacramento
region’s issues and events.
Elyse Tolles is a one-woman show — a designer of artful jewelry
and a former flutist.
Miranda Culp and Laurelin Gilmore are accustomed to the look of
wonder on the faces of the people who stumble into their
independent bookshop, Amatoria Fine Art Books.
When it comes to hand-making wellness products and working with her clients, Lei Green “gravitates from the central point of love.”
The cofounders of Last Supper Society describe their project as “a culinary collective that designs food experiences,” as well as “a first-of-its-kind interactive TV show.”
It’s crucial for people who have limited English proficiency to process information accurately as they navigate complex systems, and William Glasser has focused his career on helping them do so.
Luke Swanson and Jacob Dill, cofounders of Plant Daddy Co., are partners in life and business and discovered the joy of plant parenthood in their 20s living in San Francisco and Portland.
Many people depend on their dogs to help them stay positive. Kirk is doing her part to provide levity and amusement to her customers, both human and canine.
Longing for a way to be creative during the hours she felt most energized, Bosserman set out to develop a community space for working families in early 2018.