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What’s Happening, East Sac?

THURSDAY, NOV. 3 COLONIAL HEIGHTS LIBRARY PRESENTS EDIBLE WILD WEEDS 101 CHANOWK & JUDITH YISRAEL: We’ve all thought weeds in our garden are nothing but trouble makers that grow in places where they “shouldn’t be”. It turns out many plants

What’s happening East Sacramento?

————————————- APPLICATIONS FOR SAC STATE SPRING 2017 ADMISSION RUN AUG. 1-31: Prospective transfer students planning to attend Sacramento State for the Spring 2017 semester may start applying now. The application period runs through Wednesday, Aug. 31. The University is accepting

Meet the Marmalades: East Sac and Land Park neighbors developed unique recipe for the California State Fair

By Pat Lynch   They don’t lounge at spas and plan leisurely retirement cruises. They are K. D. Proffit from Land Park and Barbara Ruona from East Sacramento, and they play for keeps. They created and developed a unique marmalade

Two McClatchy debate teams qualify for national Tournament of Champions

Four students from C.K. McClatchy High School’s speech and debate programs have qualified for the national Tournament of Champions in Lexington, Kentucky. The tournament is the most prestigious high school debate event in the country. Qualification to the tournament makes

Neighbors and community come together over the old vacant Vic’s IGA market

Camelot Realty: Moved. Brickhouse Oven Pizza: Gone. Erawan Thai Restaurant: Moved. The dry cleaners: Gone? Highlander: Gone. While the list continues, the biggest blow to the South Hills Shopping Center since earlier this year: Vic’s IGA. Things seem to be

My Sister’s House hosts 12th annual Run for a Safe Haven

Proceeds to help survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking

 

My Sister’s House, a non-profit organization addressing the culturally unique needs of Asian Pacific Islander women and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence and human trafficking in the Central Valley, is hosting its 12th annual 5k run

Sutter Memorial Hospital held liquidation sale

On Friday, Sept. 18, there was a pre-sale that only was available to Sutter employees for that weekend’s open-to-the-public Sutter Memorial sale. Many employees were sad about seeing the hospital the way it was with all the clutter stacked and

Over The Fence with Greg Brown

Eclectic yard sale in the HP The annual Hollywood Park Neighborhood Mega Yard Sale is Saturday, Oct. 3. This fun neighborhood event has been going on since 2003. HP residents Kathy Spitzer and Debbie Keller, with help from Dwight Coleman

EN EM Art Space presents Anna Valdez

EN EM Art Space, located at 1714 Broadway Street, is pleased to present Recollections, a solo exhibition of works works by Bay Area based artist Anna Valdez. The gallery will be presenting an artist’s talk on Aug. 22, 6 to

East Beat

To keep up with the pulse of happenings in East Sacramento, I hereby present to you, dear reader, the first East Beat column by yours truly. Its appearance will be sometimes regular, sometimes irregular, but hopefully keeps up with neighborhood