Growing up, we take our bodies for granted. Many of us expect that we’ll always be able to move with ease, or challenge our bodies with minimal punishment. But as age sets in or circumstances change, our bodies are quick to remind us — things won’t always work like they used to.
Lessons learned on the road of entrepreneurship.
“Farm to Fork” is not just an advertising slogan: It reflects a
big part of the region’s identity, and that reputation is
growing. Wine has become one of California’s most recognizable
crops and production has grown tremendously over the last two
decades. California is home to 4,700 wineries and produces more
wine than any other U.S. state.
Yes, the city, together with Union Pacific Railroad and Maloof Sports & Entertainment, commissioned a study to see if such a stadium would be feasible and whether it would be the economic kick-start Mayor Heather Fargo envisions for 240 acres of undeveloped property in the Richard Boulevard Redevelopment Project.
From April 2000:
I’ll tell you what brings a tear to my eye: when they sing the national anthem and it gets to the “Oh say can you see…” part, and I remember how we used to be able to see the beauty of the Sierra Nevada – and now on most days seeing the neon of the Esquire Plaza sign from the freeway requires squinting through the haze.
Our biggest flaw is not thinking big enough, not encouraging the visionaries who want to move us from where we are to where we could undoubtedly be.
Welcome to the premiere issue of Sacramento’s newest publication, Comstock’s.