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"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills on Wednesday Evening!

"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills on Wednesday Evening!

Enough about turkey and all the trimmings, it’s time to talk about beef!  

At the next “Live With the Chef” cooking class at Arden Hills on Wednesday evening, December 17, MS Nutritionist Irene Rolsch and Wellness Chef Lothar Wakefield team up to share handling and cooking tips plus nutritional information about filet of beef.  This special monthly cooking class is focused on incorporating fresh ingredients designed for a healthy and well balanced diet. You're invited to join this ongoing adult cooking series - couples are welcome, too! Due to the popularity of this class, space is limited and reservations are required.

For reservations, please call 916-482-6111; for more information, please visit http://ardenhills.net/home.php?display=dining

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Two bodies found inside Carmichael home


CARMICHAEL, CA - Two people were found dead inside a home in Carmichael Friday morning.

According to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, Sacramento Metro Fire crews requested sheriff's deputies respond to a home on the 5200 block of Kenneth Avenue because of a man inside of the home who was not breathing.

After deputies arrived, they reported finding a man in his 40's and a woman in her late 30's who were deceased, according to Sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Bowman.

Ray Coleman identified the victims as his brother John Colbert, 49, and his brother's girlfriend Breezy, 35.

"I'm gonna miss them a lot," Coleman said crying. "I can't handle it."

Coleman said the home was split into two. He said he lived on one side with several others, and his brother and his girlfriend on the other side.

Adults-Only History Happy Hour at the Sacramento Children's Museum - 12/17!

Adults-Only History Happy Hour at the Sacramento Children's Museum - 12/17!

Let history make you happy!  The Sacramento Children’s Museum is offering a special adults-only “History Happy Hour” on Wednesday, December 17 from 6 to 8 p.m.  

Interested Museum guests will enjoy wine, beer, coffee, bottled water and light snacks in a pub-like setting while participating in a history-related trivia game that will include fun prizes for the winners.  Participants will also have the opportunity to tour the Children’s Museum.

For more, call 916-638-7225 x 103 or visit www.sackids.org

4 Things Your Teens Want for Christmas

4 Things Your Teens Want for Christmas

Momservation:"The first great gift we can bestow on others is a good example.” ~Thomas Morell

Tired of giving gift cards? Money feels too impersonal? Too hard to figure out latest trends, interests, or sizes? Then you’ve come to the right place for Christmas shopping for that teenager in your life.

Choose from one of the four gifts below and I guarantee your teen will be happier than a kid getting an iPhone6 for Christmas! (Okay, maybe I don’t guarantee that, but I bet it will be right up there with their favorite gifts.)

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Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville earn prestigious cancer care accreditation

Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville earn prestigious cancer care accreditation

The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons has granted Three-Year Accreditation with commendation to the cancer programs at the Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville.

The medical centers have been designated as Comprehensive Community Cancer Programs by The Commission on Cancer (CoC).

To earn voluntary (CoC) accreditation, a cancer program must meet or exceed 34 CoC quality care standards, be evaluated every three years through a survey process, and maintain levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care. Three-Year Accreditation with commendation is only awarded to a facility that exceeds standard requirements at the time of its triennial survey. 

Crime meets its match

Community organizers and faith based institiutions are fighting crime, helping victims heal wounds and making communities safer through restorative justice efforts. Anyone can participate. This video explains.