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A dozen ways to die: The saga continues

A dozen ways to die: The saga continues

We’re baack! It’s September and it’s time to hear the wild, wacky and weird ways that 12 citizens of Sacramento met their maker. Did they bite the dust, kick the bucket or bite the bullet?  Or did they meet their end another way? Join us for this fall classic and find out!!! Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

The Sacramento Historic City Cemetery is located at 1000 Broadway, Sacramento. There is free parking on surrounding streets. Tours are free; however, donations are appreciated and benefit cemetery preservation. For more information, call 916-448-0811.

Racetrack with 'moving grandstand' proposed in New Mexico

CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) — A Las Vegas casino executive is proposing a new racetrack and casino in eastern New Mexico with a "moving grandstand" that will allow an audience to travel alongside running horses... Read More

Symbology & Superstition

Symbology & Superstition

The Old City Cemetery is filled with the symbols of a time long past, but what do they mean? Is there more to a lamb, a broken bud or an urn than meets the eye? Come join us as we attempt to unlock the secrets hidden in plain sight and take a look into Victorian mourning culture. Widow’s weeds not required. Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

The cemetery is located at 1000 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818. For more information, call (916) 448-0811.

 

Company sells California town planned as a marijuana mecca

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Could plans to turn a California ghost town into a marijuana mecca be going up in smoke?... Read More

Taking a look at top trends in Central Valley tech for 2018

Twenty-seventeen has proven to be yet another exciting year in technology.

We’ve seen Google’s artificial intelligence create its own ‘AI child,’ which outperforms those created by humans, growth of blockchain, rapid advancements in quantum computing, flying cars and expanded use of the precise gene editing technique CRISPR/Cas-9.

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Winnemem Wintu tribe Run4Salmon boats From Pittsburg to Sacramento

Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk and Captain James Netzel of Tight Lines Guide Service. Photo by Dan Bacher. | 

By Dan Bacher | October 14, 2017 | 

The Wiinnemem Wintu Run4Salmon, a “participatory, prayerful journey” to build public support to help protect and restore declining salmon populations, California river systems and indigenous lifeways, took place this year from September 9 to 22. 
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Symbolism & Victorian mourning

Symbolism & Victorian mourning

The Old City Cemetery is filled with the symbols of a time long past, but what do they mean? Is there more to a lamb, a broken bud or an urn than meets the eye? Come join us as we attempt to unlock the secrets hidden in plain sight and take a look into Victorian mourning culture. Widow’s weeds not required. Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 10:00 am.