Friday, May 24, 2013
theres another great luthier in sac named Arnie Gamble. great guy.
I'm with you. Best read I've had since The Oasis Ballroom was open.
The Red Rabbit was cleared for its liquor license on Friday. So the full concept is now available, and you can view the hours for LUNCH, BRUNCH, DINNER and HAPPY HOUR on the website: www.theredrabbit.net and there is also a tab encouraging public transit and garage parking on the website, as well as Facebook.
What a great way to get the summary of top stories, cool addition to the Press!
Check out: http://www.bixisystem.com. Did it in Montreal and if Sacpress would allow photos or video comments (hint hint Joel) I'd show you a sweet photo!
Regardless of the past, crowdsourced innovation is a critical piece to going forward from here. Nothing will change what's already been done, but new technology and tools combined with new thinking make it possible to create smart and sustainable decisions from here on out. I agree with Ben, and love the idea of a competition. I've been obsessed lately with shared solutions to challenges. Mostly, been hanging out on this site: http://www.openideo.com/. Peep it and let's keep Sacto moving in the 21st century. #welivehere.
Yes, a toast to the old Post! Earwigs and Sex 66 Live! Best of luck to the new owners. They would do well to play off its legacy. Hope they're listening!
People's memory is short. Long before this was a troubled spot, it was a great place where old drunks, young hipsters, musicians, blue collar workers, and skateboarders all hung out together. I imagine most people aren't giving this new concept a shot, but I think it may work. Any progression in the hospitality and entertainment landscape of Sacramento should be given a chance. I'll definitely check it out once.
Hi Paul (and everyone who purchased the Jim Denny's Deal Ticket). We spoke to Joanna at Jim Denny's and she said, yes, the Deal Ticket vouchers are good for one year and they will honor them as long as they are valid.
Good for them for giving it a 5 year run, and it's too bad they can't continue. Best of luck to their family!
I posted an article to kick this contest off and I also want to thank all the entrants. Your stories and your involvement in the community and in this philanthropic endeavor is nothing short of stellar. Thanks to everyone who engaged in this and for all the support.
I had an interview arranged with Henry Rollins after a Rollins Band performance at the Crest Theatre many years ago. When he showed up, he kept telling me no to the interview, while I insisted that this wasn't going to be a standard lame interview and he should give me the time. He finally stopped and said, "You've got 30 seconds, GO!" As I explained my concept, word association with Henry Rollins, he said, "No" and took off. You're very right, he is completely intense. I'm a fan, and a fan of your writing.
Wow, great wrap up on Tyreke's season. Outstanding player. It's weird how the 'worst case scenario' turned out to the best case.
Whew, glad to hear that.
Great photo set.
This is really exciting stuff. I look forward to a time when products and services made with sustainability at the forefront are mainstream.
Appreciate what you're doing Henry. I formed a team for Sacramento Press and I'll be shaving my head to support the cause. I've already raised some donations. Good onya!
I overheard about this the day before it closed escrow. I was riding the Funitel and it was the talk of the car. The local retailers are tentative about the change, but have big hopes it will be a good change.
That store is such a staple of (what was then known as) downtown for so many years. My Mother would take me there to get the super creative cards in the early 80s. You guys killed it! Glad you're moving on to greener pastures!
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