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By Guest blogger Cynthia Bryant My dog, Daisy and I packed up our house at 27th and C Streets on Sacramento’s Grid and moved to Elk Grove in July 2003.  Now, one month shy of 15 years, my dog, Stewart…

By Laine Himmelmann As promised, this year’s Metro Edge Emerge Summit definitely took things to the #NextLevel.  The largest gathering of young professionals in Northern California brought together over 600 YP’s and included everything from a morning welcome with an aerial dancer hanging from the ceiling of Memorial Auditorium, craft beer, mimosas, and a rockin’…

By Chantel Elder Sacramento’s oldest and largest open studio program, Sac Open Studios, presented by Verge Center for the Arts, is heading into its second and final weekend of the 12th Annual free self-guided tour of workshops, group shows, performances…

By Emily Raney (Guest Blogger) Growing up I was led to believe life was pretty simple – you got into the college of your dreams after high school, finished your degree in four fun years, landed the perfect job, got…

She calls New York City her home, but Sacramento has become somewhat of a second one thanks to the B Street Theatre. Dana Brooke is an actor who recently was the lead in an indie film called Laura Gets A Cat and she is frequently flown out for roles in B Street productions. Currently, she’s on…