Robin Douglas is a freelance writer, artist and photographer based in Sacramento. She earned her B.A. in English at Sacramento State and spent 13 years in nonprofit communications before launching Robin Douglas Creative Services in 2020. She is currently studying graphic design in the Design and Digital Media program at Sacramento City College.
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Ghost Kitchens Spread in Sacramento
Rentable kitchen spaces offer a flexible business model for food entrepreneurs and landlords
A trend that helped many restaurants stay afloat during the pandemic has become a burgeoning new business model.
A Call to Service Summons Young Americans to Sacramento
How a decades-old federal program strengthens local communities
AmeriCorps, the federal program that recruits Americans
ages 18-26 for a 10-month commitment to national service, turns
30 this year. What do members learn about life in America during
their tenure, and what is their impact on Sacramento?
Medical herbalist Sage LaPena shares traditional knowledge and health education
As the practitioner for the Sacramento Native American Health Center’s Healing Ways Program, Sage LaPena helps patients get control of their conditions through a holistic approach.
Alverson’s Has It Covered
Family business close-up
Fred Alverson of Alverson’s Fabric and Furniture in Stockton says
upholstery was his calling — though he didn’t always know it.
Anh Phoong: The Woman Behind the Billboard
Many Californians know Sacramento-based personal injury lawyer Anh Phoong for her catchy slogan, “Something wrong? Call Anh Phoong!” We gave her a call.