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Ed Mauricio lived in this house along the levee at 5890 Riverside Blvd. during his youth. Photo by Lance Armstrong Editor’s Note: This is the third article in a three-part series about Riverside-Pocket area native Ed Mauricio. Ed Mauricio, who
Ray Sathre and his then-future wife, Mary Warmuth, pose with the Warmuth family’s dog, Lindy, on the Warmuth ranch in Saugus, Calif. in this 1946 photograph. Photo courtesy of the Sathre family Editor’s Note: This is part one of a
Editor’s Note: This is part three in a series regarding historic Asian districts of Sacramento. When it comes to Japanese history of the Riverside-Pocket area, Emmie (Kato) Makishima is someone who has no trouble recalling first-hand details about that area.
The lights are dimmed. The energy is warm. Sitting in the lobby of the Body Cafe on 21st Street, near Broadway, conversation flows between four massage therapists about the healing arts and how they can use their collective knowledge to
Located in Land Park, at 2572 21st St., Capsity’s fourth installation features the work of Sacramento artists who provide re-imagined anthropological discoveries using repurposed consumer waste, recycled materials, and locally found objects. Upcycling in the most creative way, these artists
Sacramento has been known as a political city, a city of trees and many other things during a large portion of its existence. And among its greatest achievements was becoming a city of breweries, which included the Buffalo Brewing Company.
Butch Metzger and Fernando Arroyo—two rival pitchers from the old Metro League who eventually pitched in the major leagues—head the list of eight ballplayers and one journalist to be inducted in the 2013 Class of the La Salle Club Baseball
Matsuyama Elementary School honored its namesake and Sacramento’s sister city – Matsuyama, Japan – with a traditional Cherry Blossom Festival on March 1. Japanese heritage and culture were celebrated through food, crafts, performances and art. The day also emphasized the
The longtime owner of the Yorozu Japanese gift store on Riverside Boulevard, Eugene Hirohisa Okada, died in his sleep after battling prostate cancer on Sept. 21. He was 93. Last May, Okada was placed in hospice care, but despite that, he