Lindsay Oxford writes about music, vegan food and pop culture weirdness. She was previously departments editor for Comstock’s magazine and an arts editor at Sacramento News & Review. Other bylines include the Mendocino Beacon, Underscore Music Magazine, and We Are The Mutants. Find her at lindsayoxford.com.
Though it’s not been without growing pains, the past year and a
half has brought together parents, teachers and legislators to
expand educational options.
Less than 2 percent of professional classical musicians identify
as Black. Lee Pringle wants to change that.
Multimedia artist Sarah Marie Hawkins uses a variety of methods
to tell not just her story, but the stories of many women.
Fred Alverson of Alverson’s Fabric and Furniture in Stockton says
upholstery was his calling — though he didn’t always know it.
Started by Louis Niello in San Francisco as a shop specializing
in repairs and maintenance of Packard automobiles in 1921, The
Niello Company is celebrating four generations of family
Photographer and college professor Dan Herrera appreciates
the art of using older or alternative methods in his work; some
of his techniques date back 200 years or more.
The newly opened Saint John’s Square, a project associated with Saint John’s Program for Real Change, provides housing to 55 women and children.
While nearly every other niche of the food industry lost its footing in the pandemic, one had the potential to thrive: meal delivery services.
Pressed Record Cafe co-owners Dean Bardouka, Jon Blunck and James Williams have boldly chosen to specialize in three of Sacramento’s most populated business spaces.