(Updated 9/1/2018) Description and review of the 9th Annual Sacramento Bastille Day Waiters’ Race and Street Festival – a fun event held each year on July 14 in Midtown Sacramento (Handle District). Are you familiar with the backstory of Bastille Day – a national holiday celebrated each year in France? Do you know the story […]
(Last UPDATED 9/10/2020) Description of the current status of JUMP Bikes & ride-share bikes and scooters in Sacramento. See UPDATE below. Original Post (7/6/18) JUMP Bikes (broken link removed) entered the Sacramento market in May. The bright red JUMP Bikes you see zipping around town really stand out – I notice them everywhere. I have […]
(UPDATED 10/19/19) Description of the 2018 Sacramento Walking Sticks New Year’s Day Walk – the theme of which was “Sacramento’s Hidden Murals”. Over the New Year’s holiday the Sacramento Walking Sticks hold walks over two days – one on New Year’s Eve and one on New Year’s Day. Either day participants can choose between a […]
(UPDATED 9/17/2018) The William Land Golf Course is nestled in the 160 acre William Land Park. Built in 1924 by Perry Dye, William Land Golf Course is the oldest golf course in Sacramento. The 9-hole golf course is a par 34, and the par 3 third hole is the signature hole. My friends from the […]
(UPDATED 12/12/2020) Description of the Gallup and Sharecare survey on the rate of regular exercise across 189 communities.