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Builders Showcase // Michael's Variation on the Provence Beam Dining Table

Builders Showcase / Michael's Variation on the Provence Beam Dining Table

I want to thank you for the plans on your site. The Provence beam table was exactly what I was looking for. I made a few modifications that you and your readers might be interested in for variety’s sake... Read More

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Black History Month: Mae Jemison: Exploring the Outer Limits

Black History Month: Mae Jemison: Exploring the Outer Limits
Black History Month: Mae Jemison: Exploring the Outer Limits
02-21-2015 - 02-21-2015
Sacramento Public Library
http://www.saclibrary.org/Locations/Franklin/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 264-2920
 
Start Time(s): Sat 11am-Noon
Mae Jemison was the first African-American female astronaut In 1992, she flew into space aboard the Endeavor, becoming the first African-American woman in space
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Learn to Code with Scratch

Learn to Code with Scratch
Learn to Code with Scratch
02-13-2015 - 02-13-2015
Sacramento Public Library
http://www.saclibrary.org/Locations/Franklin/
Admission: Free
 
(916) 264-2920
 
Start Time(s): Fri 4pm-5pm
Want to learn to code? Like designing games? Come learn the basics of programming using Scratch, MIT's programming language for young coders Design characters and determine their behavior, their surroundings and how players can interact with them
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Sac State marks Black History Month in big way

Sac State marks Black History Month in big way

Sacramento State’s celebration of Black History Month will fill February’s days and nights with exciting and inspiring events... Read More

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South (Southern Restaurant) – Tradition Reinvented

South (Southern Restaurant) – Tradition Reinvented

By Kelli Gould

The Owners

Meet N’Gina. She and her husband are the proud owners of the new midtown restaurant, South (weheartfriedchicken.com). I had the pleasure of sitting down with her and getting to know her as well as what her restaurant has to offer.

The Restaurant 

What used to be a market that served hot foods, has now transformed into a charming, neighborhood establishment. N’Gina told me about how their friends and family came to help them make over the place. The old floors were ripped up and the masses of duck grease were scrubbed off the walls, along with other substantial renovations made throughout the building... Read More

Jan 29: Mayor Kevin Johnson’s State of the City

Jan 29: Mayor Kevin Johnson’s State of the City

By the Editors

Next Thursday, January 29, Mayor Kevin Johnson will deliver his annual address on the current state of affairs for Sacramento.

The State of the City (#SacSOTC) is from 6pm-8pm at the Memorial Auditorium. The event is free, but you must register for tickets. They’re also asking all attendees to help the Coats and Cans Drive by bringing a donation of a new/gently used coat for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area and/or a canned food item for the River City Food Bank and Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services... Read More

It’s Crab Feed Season in Sacramento!

It’s Crab Feed Season in Sacramento!

By Lisa Page

Lisa Page

In case your holiday tradition tragically does not include crab (like mine), no need to worry. There’s a slew of crab feeds in the Sacramento area over the next month or so, which is your chance to eat endless amounts of fresh Dungeness crab. You shouldn’t have to look too far to find a crab feed near you. The Delta Elementary Charter School in Clarksburg is having one on January 31, and the Junior League is holding one on Feb. 20, just to name a few. The bottom of this post includes a more complete list of upcoming crab feeds in the Sacramento area... Read More