Once Upon A Dude At The Crest

By Chris Narloch

Two classic films will grace the screen at the historic Crest Theatre this weekend, and you can take your pick or see both.

The first is a classic western from director Sergio Leone, and then a cult comedy by the Coen brothers.

 

Read more: Once Upon A Dude At The Crest

 

Dueling Mary’s At The Multiplex – Plus “Free Solo” At IMAX

By Chris Narloch

January is famous for being a cinematic graveyard, where movies that weren’t good enough to open around the holidays go to die.

So this week, I review several holdovers from last year that are still going strong in theaters, plus one worthwhile new movie.

Read more: Dueling Mary’s At The Multiplex – Plus “Free Solo” At IMAX

 

The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth - Part Six

Sacramento author J. Scott Coatsworth has written and published a number of short stories, novellas and full-length novels, but “The River City Chronicles” holds a special place in his little writer heart.

In many ways, it is a love letter to Sacramento, one that we wanted to share with Outword’s readers. To do that we have uploaded the next installment of chapters of the book here, for you to read online.

Previously in the River City: Carmelina found out her long-lost daughter was killed in an auto accident almost two decades earlier. She got home, and Daniele was there. He suggested an exorcism to get rid of Arthur's spirit after the debacle of the dinner party. She commiserated about Marissa with Dave, and invited him to her exorcism.

Read more: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth - Part Six

 

Our Health and Body Special Issue616

This is usually the time where we exclaim that this is one of our favorite issues, but… while working out is not particularly our favorite activity, feeling good and enjoying the bounty Sacramento has to offer certainly motivates us. So, we have a really good issue with great information, fun tidbits and all that other stuff you have grown accustom to from us.

Read more: Outword’s First Issue of 2019 Is Out Now!

 

Four Retired General and Flag Officers Identify Significant Error in D.C. Appeals Court Ruling on Transgender Troops

January 8, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO, CA –

In anticipation of the Supreme Court's deliberations on President Trump's transgender military ban this Friday, the Palm Center today released the following statement by three retired Army generals and one retired Navy admiral who identified a significant error in last week's ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

“The D.C. Court of Appeals made an error when it lifted one of the injunctions that protect transgender members of our military. Without that error, the court likely would have left the injunction in place. The court incorrectly believes that an implementation plan produced by former Defense Secretary James Mattis is different from President Trump’s original tweeted policy. The court is wrong. The President’s tweets and the Mattis ban are the same.

Read more: Four Retired General and Flag Officers Identify Significant Error in D.C. Appeals Court Ruling on Transgender Troops

 

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