Kate Gonzales is a Sacramento-based journalist who writes about class, culture and gender. She is currently the associate editor at The Imprint, a daily, nonprofit news outlet. She has worked in Northern California media for 15 years and earned her sociology degree from Sacramento State University.
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Women in Leadership: Regina Cuellar
Our annual salute to extraordinary women breaking barriers and rising to the top
Regina Cuellar is chairwoman of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, a Placerville-based federally recognized tribe — one of 109 in California.
Comstock’s Talks: Inflation Hits the Market Basket
PODCAST: Contributor Kate Gonzales reads her Taste
column about inflation’s impact on farmers
markets, and shares her insights researching the
Inflation Hits the Market Basket
How price increases are affecting the micro-economy of farmers markets
In a year of rising costs, farmers have quality as an
advantage. Still, farmers market vendors and shoppers are
struggling to stretch their dollars.
The Essential Work of Women
Women in the workforce juggled careers, families and health concerns amid the pandemic — and found silver linings
As many women faced changes in their jobs during the past two
years of the pandemic, they were able to shift the priorities and
persist with the support of their families, colleagues and
Making the Most of the Pandemic Pantry
Through the pandemic, Zoom culinary classes delivered kitchen confidence to home cooks
With plenty of spare time and the need for social
activities, the pandemic prompted professional chefs to
create robust virtual cooking programs.