Sacramento’s jazz community gathered at Torch Club recently to play their annual memorial jam to honor Johnny “Guitar” Knox. The fundraiser raised money for the Sacramento Blues Society Hall of Fame.
Each issue, we dig into the working habits of a top executive in the Capital Region, providing insight into how they get things done.
Following tragic circumstances, Penny Candy has reopened,
continuing its decades-long status as a treasured destination in
Live Oak. Now, it’s up for sale.
Comstock’s magazine, named Best Business Magazine and Best Consumer Web Publication by the Western Publishing Association, seeks a creative and motivated Admin Assistant. You will be a valued member of a talented and motivated team of professionals who not only know how to do great work — we also know how to have fun.
It’s normal for career paths to be unclear, or even lead you
backward temporarily. Metro Edge’s 2022 program chair Taylor
Toledo offers up ideas for young professionals to find their
way along a path that is anything but linear.
Concessions prices are higher than they were at the last California State Fair in 2019, but fairgoers are still spending money on the summer indulgences they missed.
In 2020, many forecasters predicted a stalling of style, but like
many mindsets that shifted during COVID-19, fashion too was just
One of the hottest style statements you can make in Sacramento is — get this — a shirt that says “Sacramento.”
With Vite Ramen, co-founder and CEO Tim Zheng set out
to create a nutritious instant food product. He also
manufactured it ethically and designed the recipe to be faithful
to classic Japanese ramen styles.
Dustin Vicari is executive vice president for Elevate Sports
Ventures and holds a dual role as Sacramento Republic FC’s chief