Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have expanded California’s ban on public smoking to all California State University and community college campuses. The governor announced last Monday that he is taking initiative on the legislation that would have banned tobacco use on all 136 CSU and community college campuses. According to the Sacramento Bee, […]
Getting off of the couch and into the gym may be very straining for some folk. It may seem that unhealthy distractions are all around us and working out may seem less and less appealing. But a new study shows that taking a buddy along with you may help you enjoy the pain a bit more […]
On a recent Sunday a free health clinic was hosted at Oak Park Community Center. Hundreds of residents were in attendance to benefit from the various services.
Voices From Our Streets
The Yisrael Family Farm is preparing to host their 3rd annual Urban Farm to Fork event on Sunday, October 16th starting 3PM and going until 6PM at 4505 Roosevelt Avenue, Sacramento. For those of you unfamiliar with the Yisrael family farm, it is a local urban farm right in the backyard of Chanowk Yisrael and […]
On Saturday, March 26th, Sacramento Charter High-School in alliance with Soil Born Farms hosted a event called Harvest Sacramento where organizations, local people and youth of all ages were encouraged to come and pair up into teams and head into the neighborhoods. The featuring neighborhoods were North Oak Park, Midtown, East Sacramento, and many more from all over Sacramento County. […]
The Sacramento Area Creeks Council is uplifting the importance of preserving water by establishing fun family activities and educational events as well as encouraging locals within Sacramento, Rio Linda, Folsom, and Orangevale Counties to come together in their individual regions and help clean up their local water resources. The main aspect of all these jovial […]