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VIDEO: Oak Park Hotspot

Youth in the city ages 13 to 19 on Friday nights have an opportunity to connect with their community, and peers through recreational activities held by The City of Sacramento's Hotspot Program, created by Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment...

VIDEO: Iran War Protest

VIDEO: Iran War Protest

On Thursday, January 9th, a group of activists came out to the Memorial Auditorium and the corner of J and 16th street to protest the potential war with Iran.

PODCAST: How to make it as a young journalist

PODCAST: How to make it as a young journalist

  Our neighborhood news correspondents Julia Sidley, Julian DeLeonardis, Melissa Franco, and one of the two newest members Luis Rua share our experiences as young journalists and share tips on how to overcome some of the unwanted experiences we face on the...

Reflections on the Information Age

Reflections on the Information Age

The past decade has seen improvements in technology unlike anything in history before it. The smartphone was in its infancy in the beginning of the decade, and according to a recent study has gone from being owned by 35% of Americans in 2011 to 81% in 2019. Another...

The Addiction of Sugar

Everyone’s body’s run on sugar or what we would more formally known as Glucose. And as human beings we tend to love our sweets. While we consciously know that too much sugar is not good for our bodies, we do it anyway. Our brains are hardwired to want to consume any...

NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS

Sacramentan’s Opinions On The California Green New Deal

Sacramentan’s Opinions On The California Green New Deal

The California Green New Deal was introduced last week and has been the topic of conversation mainly among policymakers and climate activists. While the discussion of these policies may not be very widespread, it will have lasting impacts on all Californians....

Reflections on the Information Age

Reflections on the Information Age

The past decade has seen improvements in technology unlike anything in history before it. The smartphone was in its infancy in the beginning of the decade, and according to a recent study has gone from being owned by 35% of Americans in 2011 to 81% in 2019. Another...

Sacramento Scores ‘F’ in Police Scorecard Report

Sacramento Scores ‘F’ in Police Scorecard Report

On the Campaign Zero Police Report website, California police departments are assigned a letter grade based on a variety of factors such as the misdemeanor arrest count, the number of occasions in which lethal force was used without non-lethal force attempts, the...

The Addiction of Sugar

Everyone’s body’s run on sugar or what we would more formally known as Glucose. And as human beings we tend to love our sweets. While we consciously know that too much sugar is not good for our bodies, we do it anyway. Our brains are hardwired to want to consume any...

NNC STORIES

How to stick to your new year resolutions

How to stick to your new year resolutions

In the beginning of 2018, Americans had hoped to save more money throughout the year, lose weight, travel more, or learn new skills and hobbies(according to their new year resolutions). In, what is now last year, 2019, Americans were hoping to exercise more, eat...

Reflections on the Information Age

Reflections on the Information Age

The past decade has seen improvements in technology unlike anything in history before it. The smartphone was in its infancy in the beginning of the decade, and according to a recent study has gone from being owned by 35% of Americans in 2011 to 81% in 2019. Another...

Swapping Out Fast Fashion

Swapping Out Fast Fashion

On Friday the 6th at The Sol Collective, a clothing swap took place as part of the city-wide youth pop ups. From 5-8pm, attendees of all ages came armed  with garbage bags and laundry baskets full of clothes they no longer needed. Clothing swaps can take place...

Sacramento Declares A Climate Emergency

Sacramento Declares A Climate Emergency

After months of work from various environmental justice organizations and the hard work of many young activists, the City of Sacramento passed a climate emergency declaration on December 10.  The declaration is one of many that have been popping up across the country...

Sacramento Scores ‘F’ in Police Scorecard Report

Sacramento Scores ‘F’ in Police Scorecard Report

On the Campaign Zero Police Report website, California police departments are assigned a letter grade based on a variety of factors such as the misdemeanor arrest count, the number of occasions in which lethal force was used without non-lethal force attempts, the...

The Addiction of Sugar

Everyone’s body’s run on sugar or what we would more formally known as Glucose. And as human beings we tend to love our sweets. While we consciously know that too much sugar is not good for our bodies, we do it anyway. Our brains are hardwired to want to consume any...

ACCESSLOCAL SHOWS

PODCAST: How to make it as a young journalist

PODCAST: How to make it as a young journalist

  Our neighborhood news correspondents Julia Sidley, Julian DeLeonardis, Melissa Franco, and one of the two newest members Luis Rua share our experiences as young journalists and share tips on how to overcome some of the unwanted experiences we face on the...

LiveWire’s 2019 Holiday Show, Wednesday December 11th at 5pm

  On Wednesday December 11th Santa’s sleigh bells will be ringing with excitement on LiveWire. Our Host Ray Tatar is good a good friend of Jolly Saint Nick and he is bringing him into the studio with a lineup of talented guest. Vikki Lee                         ...

ACCESSLOCAL FILM

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Access Sacramento presents full televised coverage of the stage presentations and world premiere of 10 original 10-minute movies as part of the 20th annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival beginning Friday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. The program presents the...

The Gift – 2018 “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival

“The Gift” by Ritu Atwal pcsTheGift@gmail.com A young woman discovers that the greatest gift we can give to those we love, is honesty. Awards: "BEST ACTRESS in a LEADING ROLE" Rachel Brown "BEST ACTRESS in a SUPPORTING ROLE" Oliva Pratt "BEST EDITING" by Jag Sandju...

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