The Steinberg Review October 13 – October 19
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
"In Sacramento, the impact [of a large earthquake] could be...great if the big fault rupture is in the Bay Area. It's going to transmit such an energy, it will amplify in certain buildings...".
If you need to contact 911 for emergency services, you can now do it by text anywhere in Sacramento County. Representatives with the area’s law enforcement and emergency response agencies unveiled and demonstrated the new service Wednesday during a press conference at the Sacramento Police Department Communications Center.
Not only did a boy’s dreams come true with being signed to the Sacramento Republic FC, he’s now been named as part of the league’s Team of the Week. Matthew Harding underwent chemotherapy for a year, battling a rare form of cancer. Now cancer free, Harding was granted his wish of becoming a professional soccer player.
Chef Rasheed Amedu is trying to put a unique spin on some classic snacks. The Chicago native is partnering with HOF Productions for a project just right for Halloween. Every Tuesday in October, the Guild Theater in Sacramento is showing free classic Halloween movies, along with a chance to sample some of Amedu’s creations.
The Sacramento Bee: De’Aaron Fox’s ‘Letter to Sacramento’ delivers heartfelt message to Kings fans
Kings point guard De’Aaron Fox may have forever endeared himself to the city of Sacramento and the team’s fans with a personal video posted to The Players’ Tribune website on the eve of Wednesday’s season opener against the Utah Jazz.
This year’s Aftershock music festival is sold out as the weekend is expected to bring 60,000 people to Sacramento. CEO of Danny Wimmer Presents Danny Hayes said 70 percent of the audience comes to the festival from outside the greater Sacramento area. He also said 50 percent of the audience comes from the state of California, with the rest coming from the United States and more than 10 other countries.