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Finding Sacramento Podcast

A podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.
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Aug 14, 2017

Nathan sits down with Chinua Rhodes of Sofar Sounds Sacramento, District 8 Sacramento Commissioner, and co-owner of Creating Rhodes, a real estate flipping business, for the 44th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why Chinua has pride being from South Sacramento, why South Sacramento has a reputation and how it can be changed, why a closing of an Oak Park barbershop taught Chinua and his brother that whatever they do in business they must own it outright, the state of gang activity in Sacramento and what prevention efforts look like, how he found himself in a career in flipping houses, the lowdown on Sofar Sounds Sacramento, a global underground music show, and why he decided to start a chapter of Sofar in Sacramento, and why the answer to gentrification starts at your local commissioner meeting.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Aug 7, 2017

Nathan sits down with Cole Cuchna of the Dissect podcast and creative director of marketing for Temple Coffee Roasters for the 43rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what life on the road as a musician is like, why he chose to go to college to pursue knowledge of classical music despite already being a successful musician, why it was important for him to express that hip hop can be a form of “higher art,” the birth of the Dissect podcast, why Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly was the ideal album to be analyzed for season 1 of Dissect and why Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was chosen for season 2, why empathy is so important to practice even for people we don’t like, the direction of Temple Coffee Roasters, what he learned from Sean Kohmescher founder of Temple Coffee and local music entrepreneur Eric Rushing (Ace of Spades, Live Nation, etc.), and what is the long term goal for Dissect.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jul 31, 2017

Nathan sits down with comic book creator and English professor Dan Bethel for the 42nd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why obsession is natural, how a short stint in the video game industry stifled his artistic passion for drawing and how he found it again, why he loves teaching others the process of writing, how Dan shows up in his own comics, the birth of the Long John comic and what Dan hopes the payoff will be when Long John is finished, the state of the comic book industry in Sacramento, and why he hopes that either through his comics or his teaching that he has ultimately given back to the world.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jul 24, 2017

Nathan sits down with Aaron Zaragoza and Mohammad Mehrpour of The Proud Show for the 41st episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why limitations can ultimately be turned into strengths, how breaking down Tim Burton’s Batman films in a high school film class lead to these two individuals’ YouTube careers, what the self talk looks like before moving to LA with the hopes of a career in film, the birth of The Proud Show, what they hope The Proud Show ultimately looks like, and what is next for Sacramento’s creative economy.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jul 17, 2017

Nathan sits down with Ray D. Newman of Newman's Cali Fadez for the 40th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why you have to give back to the world, how the National Youth Sports Program played such a pivotal role in his life, what lessons he learned from coaching football that he applies in his barbershop, what skills are necessary to become a barber and an owner of a barber shop, how throwing a hair show (The Broadway Classic) helped build an audience for the shop he eventually opened, what is next for Newman’s Cali Fadez, and why he loves the city of Sacramento.

Watch the YouTube episode here.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jul 10, 2017

Nathan sits down with Chris Meyer and Dean Sioukas of Magilla Loans for the 39th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why being a tech company in Sacramento is an advantage, how a land developer and funeral home director found themselves in the banking and tech start up industry, how Magilla created the most consumer friendly loan search engine while protecting consumers’ personal information, how you prevent a larger player in the market from co-opting your idea, why being vulnerable and honest about your business is the best form of marketing, why shopping local is key to Sacramento’s growth, why failure is a good thing, and why you should be proud, especially now, of being from Sacramento.

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Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jul 3, 2017

Nathan sits down with Stephanie Altholz of B Street Theatre for the 38th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what she learned from working at Blue Hill at Stone Barns (the number one restaurant in the country), why the stage is her place of peace, why training can hone you skill set but overall acting is a question of you either can do it or you can’t, why Sacramento could be “Theater USA,” what she learned about story development after co-writing a play for B Street, why once you do something weird on stage you feel compelled to outdo the weird of the previous production, and why you should see B Street Theatre’s current production Hand to God.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jun 26, 2017

Nathan sits down with Ramon Perez and Nicole Perez of Puur Chocolat for the 37th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why valuing the slow pace and technique of the French kitchen still should be valued in the culinary world, what drives cooks at Michelin Star restaurants to work insane hours and live up to out of the world expectations with very little financial return, what Ramon learned from building restaurant empires after working for David Myers Group, the birth of Puur Chocolat and how the business has evolved, why you can expect a soft serve ice cream concept from Nicole and Ramon soon, what it will take for someone from Sacramento to win a James Beard Award, and why demand hasn’t exactly caught up with Sacramento’s growing food scene.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jun 18, 2017

Nathan sits down with Dawnie Andrak and Tim Bailey of Local Roots Food Tours for the 36th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how tandem bike riding inspired a business idea, the biggest lessons learned after shooting a pilot for a food centric television show, why it is still possible to make a living as a farmer in California in the year 2017, why a successful farmer will have both farming and marketing skills, why they decided to buy the Local Roots Food Tours and how they have and plan on transforming it, why starting a business is all about knowing your market and capitalizing on the things you know how to do well, and why farm to fork should just be one piece of Sacramento’s identity.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jun 12, 2017

Nathan sits down with local musician Vince Vicari for the 35th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why Vince always knew he was destined to perform in front of others, why you should believe in yourself and keep going despite others not necessarily seeing your particular path to success, the story behind Vince’s ‘singing waiter’ career and the strangest singing gig he has taken, why keeping your day job and pursuing your dream job at the same time is the new way for artists, why Sacramento’s support of artists has really shifted in a positive direction in the last four years, the path to success for pop acts in 2017, and why Sacramento is a perfect city for entrepreneurs.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Jun 5, 2017

Nathan sits down with Kevin Hughey of Hughey Law Group for the 34th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what digging graves as a teenager taught him about death, what transitioning to the real world was like after being raised by a dad that often ignored the world’s rules, Kevin’s journey from restaurant work to figuring out what type of attorney he ultimately wanted to be, why entrepreneurship for aspiring attorneys is becoming more and more attractive versus actually working at a firm, how you can market your individual firm, why you should care about police shootings no matter who you are and why the public should have some oversight over its local police department, and why Sacramento’s strongest asset is its' accessibility to talent.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 29, 2017

Nathan sits down with Jim Boyce of Produce Express for the 33rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how Produce Express went from one truck in the beginning to the 1800 clients they serve today, why saying yes to everything can be ultimately good for your business up to a point, when the farm to fork trend started in Sacramento and the state of it today, how Produce Express is different from their competitors such as US Food Service and Sysco, how small farms get their product in the hands of Produce Express’s customers and the state of small farms in Northern California, why the farmers market is still the primary source of innovation and inspiration in the kitchen and the produce market, and why local businesses will work harder and persist more than corporations.

Watch the full episode here

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 22, 2017

Nathan sits down with Christian Ampania of Simple Gains and The Academy Training & Performance Center for the 32nd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how Christian first caught the fitness bug, why the personal trainer industry is not regulated despite high liability, why most personal trainers are independent contractors versus employees of the gyms they work at, how Christian’s approach to training is a little bit different compared to the prototypical bro approach, why all diets work as long as you stick to principles of weight loss such as energy balance, why sharing your “truth” to others can be really valuable, and what may be next for Sacramento.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 15, 2017

Nathan sits down with Vincent Sterne of Two Rivers Cider Co. for the 31st episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what the state of the craft cider industry looks like in the year 2017 and where it is going, why apple orchards are disappearing despite a large recent demand from the growth of craft cider industry, why Vincent’s mom was so instrumental in his success, why the Grateful Dead inspired so many fans to become entrepreneurs, how Two Rivers survived for the first 10 years of business before there was a big demand in cider, and what the future of Two Rivers Cider will look like.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 8, 2017

Nathan sits down with Jenny Levitsky of Ultimate Designs for the 30th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what she learned about creativity from working with George Lucas's company Industrial Light and Magic, what advice she would give to folks considering a pivot in their career path, what she learned from working with rock concert promoter Bill Graham and his company Bill Graham Presents, how she transitioned from a career in TV and film set design to remodeling kitchens and designing houses, why as a restaurant owner you should invest in unique and out of the box design versus the standard reclaimed wood, concrete floor & brick look you see today, and why should you always pursue what you love to do.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 1, 2017

Nathan sits down with Gabriel Aiello of Burly Beverages for the 29th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why if you do not know what to with your life you should figure out how to turn your interests into a business, what needs to change in the adult disabilities industry to encourage people to pursue a career helping people, why local businesses like Sun and Soil Juice Company, Splash Hound USA, and Preservation & Co. was so instrumental in the startup process of Burly Beverages, why the history of soda making industry was intriguing enough for Gabe to fall in love with making craft soda, why despite difficult regulations there are quite a few craft food businesses in Sacramento, why you don’t have to grow your business as large and as quickly as possible, and what the future of Burly Beverages will look like.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Apr 24, 2017

Nathan sits down with Emilio Richardson of The Mils Edition for the 28th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why a not so great childhood inspired Emilio as an adult to seek the thrill in everything he does, how the Air Force was a ticket out of small town Oklahoma, why the friendliness of Sacramento persuaded him to stay in Sacramento full time, why selling is all about planting seeds, why “that’s the way we have always done it” doesn’t cut it anymore in the world of social media, why the standards of what farm to fork is are not stringent enough, the birth and rise of The Mils Edition, why you can hold your customer’s hand with social media, and why Sacramento needs a program that caters to local people versus tourists and why its probably your responsibility to create such a program.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Apr 17, 2017

Nathan sits down with Bobby Mull and Zac Nelson of Zeal Kombucha for the 27th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how success and failure lessons in the music industry can transfer to running a business, why starting a business may be the new path for artists versus waiting tables and making art and hoping to make it, why packaging matters just as much, if not more than the taste of your product, what lead to Zeal Kombucha’s rather instant success, why corporations getting into your sector of business isn’t always a bad thing, the process of making vanilla pine kombucha Zeal’s kombucha made from pine needles, and why you should just focus on making the things you want to make and make it really great.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Apr 10, 2017

Nathan sits down with Ryan Douglas Hammonds of R Douglas Custom Clothier for the 26th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about the origin story of R Douglas, how you can channel your competitive side to overcome risk and the doubters in the beginning of your business, what Ryan learned from losing everything in the real estate market, how Ryan’s business grew from cold calling potential clients from his sister’s house to having showrooms in Downtown Sacramento and Fresno, CA, what is unique about the R Douglas tailor process, why despite massive growth R Douglas is still focused on providing high quality affordable suits to its clients, why R. Douglas recently expanded to Fresno, and where you might see a R. Douglas store next.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Apr 3, 2017

Nathan sits down with Paolo Angelo San Luis and Walter White of Vampire Penguin Shaved Snow & Desserts for the 25th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about the backstory of Vampire Penguin, why going into business is like swimming in shark-infested waters, what the difference is between licensing a business and franchising a business, how you learn to let go, how you teach customer service, why starting small with your business is important, the difference between marketing your business in Sacramento versus Elk Grove, and where Sacramento is headed in the next 20 years.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Mar 27, 2017

Nathan sits down with Joseph Simpson and Nathan Langley of Gatekeeper Innovation Inc. for the 24th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about the backstory of how Gatekeeper Innovation and Safer Lock came into being, how you persist through being told no, why its easier to get through doors if your selling purpose versus product, what other government solutions exist to tackle the opioid epidemic outside of Safer Lock, what the world of angel investing looks like and how Gatekeeper secured investments, why its important to talk about your experience with opioid addiction whether it be personal or being close to someone who does, and what the future of entrepreneurship looks like in Sacramento.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Mar 20, 2017

Nathan sits down with Rangineh Azimzadeh Tosang of Solh Resolutions International for the 23rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what it was like to grow up in a war zone, why despite living in a conflict torn country she chose to pursue a career in conflict mediation and facilitation, why doing inner work is key to managing conflict successfully, why you should not think about your life’s purpose, but instead your life’s service, her experience working towards environmental justice in South Sacramento, why marketing comes down to relationship building, and why gentrification is not inevitable in Sacramento and how you might be able to stand up to economic inequity.

Rangineh will be offering conflict coaching over the summer and will run the Conflict Consciousness Workshop in Fall 2017The workshop will explores how our early stories shape our beliefs and influence the ways in which we show up in conflict. It will also help participants:

  • Reach a new sense of self-awareness of how they view conflict through discovering their conflict story;
  • Explore their core beliefs about conflict in order to deepen their understanding of how they show up in conflict; and
  • Learn how to re-examine previous patterns toward conflict as well as identify and practice new, more flexible approaches.

If you would like to find out more about the workshop or coaching feel free to contact Rangineh here.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Mar 13, 2017

Nathan sits down with Johnny Flores of Serious Talk. Seriously. and the Graphic Novel Explorers Club podcast for the 22nd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why life often works in a circle, why a custom furniture business may be in Johnny's future, what will happen if Sacramento becomes the next Portland, what the Sacramento art scene looked like in the early 2000’s, what lead to the Serious Talk Seriously podcast, why creative should create because they love what they create not because their audience loves it, what the future of podcasting looks like in Sacramento, and why Sacramento should still be an agriculture town of 20 years.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Mar 6, 2017

Nathan sits down with Tre Borden of Tre Borden and Company for the 21st episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why growing up in Sacrament Tre never thought he would stay in Sacramento, why that has changed, why Sacramento is a community prime for entrepreneurs, why Sacramento will be cool when it finally knows itself and is ok with being Sacramento, why Sacramento needs to give up its scarcity mindset, why the answer to gentrification is to allow neighborhoods to solve their own problems versus trying to solve it for them, and what Sacramento 3.0 hopefully looks like.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Tre Borden is an independent producer and creative consultant and the principal of Tre Borden and Co. His team produces events, public art projects, community-based programming and space activations. You will most often find him working with artists, developers, government agencies and community stakeholders to create unique and dynamic opportunities for engagement with the public. Tre holds a B.A. in East Asian Studies (China) from Yale University and an M.B.A. from UC Davis Graduate School of Management

Tre’s more notable projects include curating the Warehouse Artists Lofts, installing the pop up gallery Exhibit S, the public space activation PORTAL, implementing the Caltrans pilot program Bright Underbelly, programming for the young professional summit EMERGE, and producing the young professional podcast Comstock's Action Items. He recently began a citizen engagement project with the Mack Road Partnership called ReIMAGINE Mack Road helping to increase connectedness, visibility and economic opportunity for the neighborhood.

Tre was selected as the Sacramento Metro Chamber’s Young Professional of the Year for 2016 and was named one of the Sacramento Business Journal’s 40 under 40 in October 2016. Tre is also currently a Changemaker Fellow with TEDx Sacramento and a 2016 Next City Vanguard Fellow. He also serves on the board of the Sacramento LGBT Center and is a recipient of the Buck Foundation Scholarship.

Tre Borden is driven by the momentum of the Sacramento region and the many opportunities to experiment and collaborate with brilliant changemakers. His efforts have not gone unnoticed as he has been receiving both local and national recognition for his projects. He is looking forward to continuing his work as a bridge between communities, creatives and civic life.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Feb 27, 2017

Nathan sits down with Katherine Bardis and Rachel Bardis of Bardis Homes for the 20th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how you break into a business market with longstanding players, how you plan a business around the cyclical nature of the market, why the current housing market is an opportunity for home builders to innovate, what risk you take getting into the real estate business, the state of the Sacramento housing market, why the affordable housing problem in Sacramento is a tough equation to solve, and what the future may hold for Sacramento.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

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