Multicultural Festival Features Singer, Songwriter Angie Stone

NORTH SACRAMENTO – Singer, songwriter and reality television star Angie Stone is scheduled to perform locally. Stone will be featured at a free Multicultural Festival in Hagginwood Park on Saturday, August 23. The festival, set to run noon to 7:00 p.m., is being presented by District 2 City Councilmember Allen Warren. Warren invites the public […]

ANITA JOHNSON: Get the Best Financial Management Strategies For Improving Credit Score

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OPINION – Most lenders or banks usually look at the credit score before they can approve any loan application from their customers. Because of this reason, many people want to learn how they can rebuild their credit as quickly as possible, to improve their chances of getting their application approved. This article is going to […]

TIANA BURSE: How to Combat Those Negative Thoughts

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OPINION –  An unknown individual once stated: “I wonder if negative people realize that they are negative?” After reading this, I became increasingly curious about this myself. Like most I have become aware of the phrase “Do you see the glass have empty or have full?” However, it has become apparent that seeing circumstances and […]

LYNNIS WOODS: 4 Great Weight loss tips for  Fabulous Women over 40

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OPINION – I know that weight loss is always a topic of discussion but it is especially a hot topic during this time of year. We all want to look great during the summer!  I too have been working on dropping a few pounds and have discovered 4 things that have really worked for me […]

Roberta Flack in Concert

NORTH SACRAMENTO – With a career that spans more than four decades, music icon Roberta Flack is still doing her thing. She’ll perform locally on Sunday, August 17 at the Woodlake Hotel and Conference Center and perform songs from her long and illustrious career. Flack, a native of North Carolina, is known internationally as one […]

Oak Park Farmers Market Hosts “The Care Fair”

OAK PARK – The Neighborhood Works Homeownership Center of Sacramento Region presents its first Care Fair at the Oak Park Farmers Market on Saturday, August 9. The Oak Park Market is held in McClatchy Park, 35th Street and 5th Avenue. The Care Fair is set to run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There will […]

A Summer In Love Fashion Show and Event Expo

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SACRAMENTO – It’s summer and it’s getting haute. The A Summer In Love Fashion Show and Event Expo, described by organizers as “the biggest fashion explosion of the summer,” is set for Saturday, August 9. The show will be held at the Red Lion Woodlake Hotel, located at 500 Leisure Lane, in the outdoor courtyard. […]

Survey asks, “What Makes Sacramento Special?”

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DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — What makes Sacramento distinct and special? The City of Sacramento is working with a firm on a study to uncover that “certain something” essential to the nature of the city. It may be a physical asset, an attitude, an accomplishment or the history. Being able to better understand the unique culture will […]

SIMEON GANT: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund In Disadvantaged Communities

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OPINION – Among the many benefits of living in California, besides the magnificent weather, is the continuing aforethought of its government leaders, progressive and determined to reverse the negative effects of climate change. Senate Bill 535, authored by Los Angeles Senator Kevin DeLeon and signed by Governor Jerry Brown could very well inject as much […]

Crime Victim Funds Leave Black Men Behind

NEW YORK – In the third installment of its investigative series “Life Cycles of Inequity,” Colorlines released today an unprecedented investigation into crime victims funds and how they under-serve those who are among those most likely to be victims of violent crime – young black men. “Criminals, Victims, and the Black Men Left Behind,” authored […]