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SCUSD is providing free meals for students

SCUSD is providing free meals for students

Since the issued formal order to stay at home has proceeded, many are inconvenienced as a wave of schools were shut down in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. This new guidance from the Center for Disease and Control and Prevention is to combat the spread of...

How COVID-19 effects Sacramento Locals

How COVID-19 effects Sacramento Locals

COVID-19 otherwise known as CoronaVirus has spread all over the world and has been in Sacramento for some time now. The effects are beginning to take hold in Sacramento’s local population and economy. While many businesses that are considered “essential” are able to...

Youth Experience During Times Of Pandemic

Youth Experience During Times Of Pandemic

As the outbreak of COVID-19 has seemingly put a halt to everyday American life, many young people have had their lives seemingly turned upside down. Many young folks across the country are still in high school or college and many of us do not have the same level of...

stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout California, anxiety and stress levels run high among every population, whether you are “young and healthy”, or a mother who is being laid off, or an immigrant who can not find childcare. We know that those with...

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

From February 8th all the way through April 17th the Sacramento Public Library planned to host Prom Giveaway events at various library locations around Sacramento. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, these events have been cancelled for the rest of the month...

How To Fight COVID-19

How To Fight COVID-19

In any hospital, the capacity to treat patients is limited by how many beds they can provide to the people in need. If many people with COVID-19 surge through the hospital and it becomes full, then a crisis is in our hands as people with severe cases of COVID-19,...

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

The percentage of children malnourished and experiencing food insecurity in America is too high. This means members of these households are constantly worrying when resources for food no longer are available. Not being able to afford adequate nutrition affects...

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

Katie Valenzuela is currently leading in votes against Steve Hansen in her run for City Council. She is leading by about 1,000 votes and it looks like she is going to win.   She made the decision to run towards the end of 2018 after fighting to have any kind of...

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stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout California, anxiety and stress levels run high among every population, whether you are “young and healthy”, or a mother who is being laid off, or an immigrant who can not find childcare. We know that those with...

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

From February 8th all the way through April 17th the Sacramento Public Library planned to host Prom Giveaway events at various library locations around Sacramento. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, these events have been cancelled for the rest of the month...

How To Fight COVID-19

How To Fight COVID-19

In any hospital, the capacity to treat patients is limited by how many beds they can provide to the people in need. If many people with COVID-19 surge through the hospital and it becomes full, then a crisis is in our hands as people with severe cases of COVID-19,...

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

The percentage of children malnourished and experiencing food insecurity in America is too high. This means members of these households are constantly worrying when resources for food no longer are available. Not being able to afford adequate nutrition affects...

Oak Park meets to discuss Food Source closing

Oak Park meets to discuss Food Source closing

On Thursday, March 5th, the Oak Park Neighborhood Association met to discuss the impact that the upcoming closure of the Food Source grocery store at 4401 Broadway will have on the local community. Present at the meeting were representatives from the City of...

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

Katie Valenzuela is currently leading in votes against Steve Hansen in her run for City Council. She is leading by about 1,000 votes and it looks like she is going to win.   She made the decision to run towards the end of 2018 after fighting to have any kind of...

It is Carnaval Time on Livewire, Wed. March 11th at 5pm.

Cue the music, dancing and we are live at 5pm with host Ray Tatar and the Brazilian Center's Carnaval. Don't miss all the fun as we experience at piece of the Brazilian Carnaval tomorrow, Wednesday March 11th on LiveWire. Brazilian Carnaval Celebrating its 10th...

Oak Park may be a Desert for food

Oak Park may be a Desert for food

The necessities in life such as water, food, love, expression, are all are available around us. We get to enjoy the luxuries of easy access to food, that hunters and gatherers before us didn't have. In Sacramento, there is always a local-owned corner market or...

Sacramentans To Vote On Measure G

On March 3, when Sacramentans cast their ballots they will be faced with many important decisions as they research and evaluate candidates, ballot measures, and more. One city proposition has been widely discussed and raised many larger questions about investment in...

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Young People And The Census

Young People And The Census

Since being established and outlined in the Constitution, the census has been vital to American politics and provides demographic information about the whole country for all official purposes.  The census helps divide house seats by population and also determine...

stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

stopping the fear of the pandemic with unity

As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout California, anxiety and stress levels run high among every population, whether you are “young and healthy”, or a mother who is being laid off, or an immigrant who can not find childcare. We know that those with...

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

Prom Giveaway Cancelled

From February 8th all the way through April 17th the Sacramento Public Library planned to host Prom Giveaway events at various library locations around Sacramento. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, these events have been cancelled for the rest of the month...

How To Fight COVID-19

How To Fight COVID-19

In any hospital, the capacity to treat patients is limited by how many beds they can provide to the people in need. If many people with COVID-19 surge through the hospital and it becomes full, then a crisis is in our hands as people with severe cases of COVID-19,...

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

Food Assistance and its Positive Impacts

The percentage of children malnourished and experiencing food insecurity in America is too high. This means members of these households are constantly worrying when resources for food no longer are available. Not being able to afford adequate nutrition affects...

Oak Park meets to discuss Food Source closing

Oak Park meets to discuss Food Source closing

On Thursday, March 5th, the Oak Park Neighborhood Association met to discuss the impact that the upcoming closure of the Food Source grocery store at 4401 Broadway will have on the local community. Present at the meeting were representatives from the City of...

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

What to expect from Katie Valenzuela

Katie Valenzuela is currently leading in votes against Steve Hansen in her run for City Council. She is leading by about 1,000 votes and it looks like she is going to win.   She made the decision to run towards the end of 2018 after fighting to have any kind of...

Oak Park may be a Desert for food

Oak Park may be a Desert for food

The necessities in life such as water, food, love, expression, are all are available around us. We get to enjoy the luxuries of easy access to food, that hunters and gatherers before us didn't have. In Sacramento, there is always a local-owned corner market or...

ACCESSLOCAL SHOWS

It is Carnaval Time on Livewire, Wed. March 11th at 5pm.

Cue the music, dancing and we are live at 5pm with host Ray Tatar and the Brazilian Center's Carnaval. Don't miss all the fun as we experience at piece of the Brazilian Carnaval tomorrow, Wednesday March 11th on LiveWire. Brazilian Carnaval Celebrating its 10th...

Artists in Residency and the Art of Comedy

Artists in Residency and the Art of Comedy Wednesday March 3rd, 5 PM on Channel 17  Ray Tatar returns to the studios in a dynamic interview with a member of the Sacramento Artist in Residency program or (AIR) and the Sacramento Comedy Spot, a unique nonprofit that is...

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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