Despite the rarity of pandemics, businesses have always had to deal with some degree of uncertainty. Here are 10 tips for navigating shifts in the political, economic, environmental and technological landscape.
The Benicia Historical Museum houses tens of thousands of artifacts related to multiple wars and the Gold Rush era, providing a place for visitors to learn something new and appreciate the story of California.
Marcy Friedman is one of the greater Sacramento region’s
best-known and most personally beloved philanthropists, as well
as a genuine influencer.
Education architects are finding a way to demystify daunting disciplines through open, accessible building designs that allow students, staff and faculty to interact in a more collaborative way.
Storms have already tested a region at high risk of flooding. One report says the Central Valley needs $30 billion in improvements over 30 years.
Ken Endelman, who began his career as a furniture designer, never expected to become the CEO of the largest Pilates manufacturer in the world. Here’s how he tackles his day.
Though quality breweries are cropping up between Donner’s Pass and South Lake Tahoe, the first to drive its stakes in the snow — and the one that’s now shipping beer across the world — is FiftyFifty.
These days, Lake Tahoe’s south shore has enough breweries for a full tasting tour, giving explorers more reason to drive into the mountains.
Just in time for New Year’s resolutions, local nutritionists
and fitness experts share what they’re seeing as the most
popular health trends. Some are legitimate and backed by
science, some are silly, some are useful, and all of them are
very much in vogue.
For athletes, consistency can lead to greatness. Performance data can help get them there. The sports technology startup Core Impact offers a targeted solution through its patent-pending wearable technology.