GOTG Friday Faves 2/3/17
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 pretty pup is Winnie. She’s about 11 months old and can’t wait to find the family of her dreams. She’s super excited to cuddle on the couch and would be equally as happy on a hike with her person. Find out more about her at Front Street Shelter. (P.S. her adoption fee has been waived!)
**Also, if you’ve been working on Spring cleaning, Front Street needs your gently used beach and bath towels. They are participating in National Spay Day on February 26 and need towels to snuggle the animals while they recover from surgery. You can drop off supplies at 2127 Front Street.
- There’s a new restaurant on the horizon from the owners of Burgers and Brew!
- Meg Whitman has joined the ownership roster for Sacramento Republic FC as they continue the bid to become an MLS team.
- I loved learning more about the owners of Federalist Public House.
- Next month you can expect a new podcast from the creators of Serial. The best part is that all of the episodes will drop at once, so you can binge listen to your heart’s content!
- Beyonce is pregnant! With twins!
- Oprah Winfrey is joining 60 Minutes this fall.
Friday, February 3
- The creators of Art hotel 916 will unveil their new project, Art Street. It’s a must see.
- Women For Equality hosts their first General Meeting.
- The Shining is playing at the Crest Theater.
- If you’re looking for a little more light hearted cult classic, Napoleon Dynamite is playing at the Public House Theater.
Saturday, February 4
- Today is Sacramento Museum Day! This is your chance to visit some of the area’s best museums for free or reduced admission.
- The Sac City Rollers host their first Roller Derby game of the 2017 season.
- See Good Day Sacramento’s newest anchor Bethany Crouch do stand up comedy with the rest of the Anti Cooperation League at Sacramento Comedy Spot.
Sunday, February 5