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Workshops Show You How to Transform Your Lawn to a Drought-Tolerant Landscape
Want to transform your water-thirsty lawn into an attractive landscape featuring drought-tolerant trees, native grasses, perennials and shrubs?
The California Native Grasslands Association (CNGA) partnered with the California Department of Water Resources, the City of Sacramento, and the Sacramento Water Forum to present two workshops in northern California that will give you step-by-step instructions on how to design, install, and maintain a beautiful low-water landscape.
Sacramento’s Annual Red Dress Party Returns to Badlands
Sacramento’s Annual Red Dress party is back! The event, which draws hundreds of attendees per year, is returning to Badlands nightclub, Saturday October 17th for its 4th annual outing.
Hosted by Cambi Brown from Good Day Sacramento and Pacey Williams from V101/PRIDE Radio, the Sacramento Red Dress Party will benefit the Sacramento LGBT Center and promote HIV awareness, education and prevention. And just like every year, all attendees must wear a red dress.
Midtown Launches Drive Against Violence
The Midtown Business Association (MBA), with support from a growing number of Midtown restaurants and nightclubs including Badlands, Faces, LowBrau Bierhall, Mango’s and Sidetrax, has launched a community fundraising drive to raise reward funds that will aid the Sacramento Police Department in bringing closure to the investigation into the senseless stabbing of hometown hero Spencer Stone.
Interested community members and businesses are encouraged to make a donation of any size to support this effort.
OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Eight
Plans are well underway for the Tupperware Party, when Deb reveals news of her new boyfriend and gets ready to reveal even more secrets. (if you missed the previous chapters, you can read them at (http://outwordmagazine.com/inside-outword/music-and-books/1717-out-and-about-in-midtown-previous-chapters)
Governor Signs Bill Ensuring Equal Benefits for Transgender Employees
Gov. Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation on October 7th that prohibits state agencies from doing business with companies that fail to offer transgender employees the same health care coverage and benefits they provide all other workers.
Senate Bill 703, authored by Senator Mark Leno, builds on existing California law that requires gender nondiscrimination in employee benefits.
- It's SIGLFF Time!
- The Play’s The Thing In Ashland, OR
- Support LGBT Cinema, Win a Panama Canal Cruise for Two
- Climb Every Mountain At The Movies – Meru vs. Everest
- What Happens in the Social Media World When I die?
- Remarks By The President At DNC LGBT Gala (prepared)
- “Sicario” hits you in the gut
- New Movies About Brian Wilson & Nina Simone
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