GOTG Friday Faves 1/13/17
By Danielle Ball
Every Friday, we share our favorite local/general and national/lady content from the previous week. This gives us a chance to dive into thought-provoking pieces, as well as cheerlead our fave local bloggers.
Dig in, and get your read on!
PET CRUSH OF THE WEEK
This lil rascal is Petey. He’s a two month old boxer mix searching for just the right home. Petey has a condition that causes him to wobble and be slightly off balance. He’ll need someone that can supervise him and keep him safe. Find out more about Petey at the Sacramento SPCA
- This week the city of Stockton held a swearing in for their first African American mayor. Michael Tubbs is also the youngest ever mayor of a city with more than 100 thousand people.
- Sacramento is featured on the Bon Appetit website. They mention a lot of my favs and some places that I can’t wait to try.
- The Kings hosted their fourth annual (and first at Golden 1 Center) Equality Night to celebrate Sacramento’s LGBTQ community.
- Did you know that a woman was first to break the news of the beginning of World War II? Clare Hollingworth passed this week at the age of 105. Not only did she report on a pending attack from Germany before anyone else, she was also one of the first to report on the peace talks between the U.S. and Vietnam. Read more about this incredible woman here.
- Registration for Xbox’s 17th Annual Women in Gaming Luncheon opens next week on January 20. The yearly event seeks to create mentorship and networking opportunities for a traditionally underrepresented demographic in technology.
- Planned Parenthood and the University of Utah have teamed up to provide free birth control to thousands of women in Utah.
Friday, January 13
- It’s that time of year again…Sacramento Dine Downtown Week is happening again and I’m determined to visit some new favorite restaurants. My friend Laine has the scoop on menus to try and how to make the most of it.
Saturday, January 14
- The Sacramento Philharmonic presents The Music of David Bowie: A Rock Symphony.
Sunday, January 15
- The monthly Antique Faire has been rescheduled for today so you get a second chance at all that milk glass and vintage fur.
**Bonus** Monday, January 16
- Join others in your community for the MLK March for the Dream.