Archive for September, 2010
This Friday, learn simple self-defense techniques with Martial Artist, Moore Shou Shu in a special woman’s self defense class, sponsored by Crimson & Clover.
Meet at the Crimson & Clover boutique before 6 p.m. . A $20 dollar donation is requested.
This Friday, October 1st, from 6-7 p.m.
With style comes confidence, and wouldn’t it be good to know you could protect yourself in those stilettos?
Fom the Sac Fire Department: Sacramento- This morning at 01:46 AM Sacramento firefighters responded to reports of an apartment fire located at 1012 27th Street between J and K Streets, in midtown Sacramento. Initial fire crews arrived under five minutes and encountered, heavy fire and smoke from the rear of downstairs and upstairs apartments..
Fllames from the roof of the two story Victorian apartment complex ignited a second building directly behind the complex. Firefighters had a difficult time accessing the attic of the second building due to its thick walls and ceiling. This resulted in the fire quickly spreading throughout the attic of the second building. The building was later determined to be a recording studio used by the rock group TESLA. It took three alarms which totaled more than eighty six firefighters, over one hour to gain control and extinguish the two fires.
There were no firefighter or civilian injuries; however two cats died and five residents were displaced as a result of the fire. The displaced residents are being accommodated by Red Cross. The cause of this fire is currently under investigation.
Slamming filing cabinets, falling handtrucks, electronic voice phenomena, pushing, and bruising are among the interactions Sacramento ghost hunters California Haunts has experienced with the dead-but-not-gone. Lead investigator Charlotte Kosa and her associate Rose Coibion are among a handful of paranormal investigative teams peppering the Gold Country. Read more »
Is there a public servant more maligned than the California state worker? Police and fire personnel are viewed as heroes who serve and protect. Even politicians get some grudging validation every few years when election day rolls around. But the state worker just toils on in obscurity, assailed from all sides. Read more »
By Tony King Photos by Scott Duncan
Sacramento has become a seriously burgeoning bike-centic burg. These days, the River City is experiencing a two-wheeled renaissance that’s made biking easily accessible to just about everyone. Read more »
By Tim Foster
The Skinner Howard gallery’s decision to begin exhibiting shows for two months rather than one couldn’t have come at a better time; now visitors will have a whole extra month to check out the excellent show of paintings from UC Davis grad student Mathew Zefeldt. Read more »
By William Burg photos by Scott Duncan
When compared to the ongoing downtown crisis on K Street, Midtown Sacramento is a success story. But does Midtown owe its success to a lack of attention from government, as some assume, or has the city responded to Midtown’s needs in more effective ways? Read more »