Miranda Culp and Laurelin Gilmore are accustomed to the look of
wonder on the faces of the people who stumble into their
independent bookshop, Amatoria Fine Art Books.
In the heart of historic downtown Winters, Al Calderone
builds guitars, teaches the craft of guitar and ukulele making,
and gives lessons.
Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda were co-directors of the
Sacramento Ballet from 1988 to 2018. Since then, life has looked
MCC Communications founder Michele McCormick is a model, actor
and photographer who specializes in travel and nature
Carl Landau had spent 37 years in publishing and event organizing
when he decided to launch Pickleball Media last year.
Octavio Valencia has a secret identity. Or two.
John Hamilton discovered his passion for DJing in his formative
years. Over a decade later, he’s unearthed a new passion — making
audio education accessible to Sacramento youth.
Water Street Antiques & Interiors, founded in 1972 by Terry
and Christine O’Neill, isn’t just an antique store.
The services provided by NorCal School of the Arts aim to support teachers and students in building community and improving mental health in unprecedented times.
As pandemic shutdowns intensify, more than a third of jobs in three California industries that rely on events — sports, performing arts and catering — have already disappeared. And they’ve been slower to recover than the state workforce as a whole.