Archive for September 7th, 2011

Musical Chairs – Ann Tindall

When ’60s/’70s fashion fanatic Ann Tindall launched her fabulous Annimal House blog at the beginning of this year, it seemed like the whole world suddenly took notice.  Features in the Huffington Post and the Bee made Sacramento scratch its collective head and say, “wow. Who IS this chick?” Read more »

SML – Bags

 by Melody Stone

September is upon us and many folks are back in school, lugging around books and laptops in boring old backpacks. Now’s a great time to explore the custom messenger bag options Sacramento has to offer. Read more »

Merle Axelrad Serlin

By James W. Cameron  Photo by Scott Duncan

Merle Axelrad Serlin knew at an early age that she wanted to exercise her creative side. She filled that desire by becoming an architect, working on creative projects for Disney, Lucas Films and other large firms. At the peak of her career she walked away from the safety of the day job to pursue her dream of becoming a full-time visual artist. Read more »

Wine Picks- September 2011

By Michele Hébert

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1911: The Great Annexation

By William Burg

In 1911, Sacramento was a city bursting at its seams. 44,000 people occupied the space between the levees on the Sacramento River, B Street, 31st Street (Alhambra Boulevard) and Y Street (Broadway), less than five square miles. Read more »