Roller skating is trendy on a national and local scale for its nostalgic and therapeutic appeal. Capital Region rinks are capitalizing on the pastime’s increasing popularity.
Cities around the state are trying to circumvent California’s new law allowing duplexes to be built on properties previously zoned as single family. Their methods include everything from removing parking and forbidding vehicle ownership to requiring arbitrary amounts of mature vegetation.
Cristina Davis, a professor of mechanical and aerospace
engineering and associate dean of research for the UC Davis
College of Engineering, is developing a breathalyzer-like
device to detect COVID-19 and its severity in individuals.
During the pandemic, the benefits of patients connecting
virtually have been transformative in many ways.
Davis-based VasoBio has created a medical device that could improve the quality of life for people with kidney diseases.
An employer seeks out ways to offer staff members flexibility when working from home isn’t an option.
The emergence of remote work has broadened the horizons for
cyberbullying. We share the warning signs and five ways to
Each issue, we dig into the working habits of a top executive in the Capital Region, providing insight into how they get things done.
Over two years into the pandemic and many are beyond burnt
out and in need of support. We examine the ways we’ve
suffered and how to mediate the psychological effects of pandemic
Comstock’s president and publisher talks about bouncing back from adversity, recovering from a setback and staying on course to reach a goal.