SACRAMENTO ROOM & BOARD (R/B)

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A room and board home is not licensed to provide assistance or support with prescribed medications, but appears rapidly a growing industry providing alternative to more costly and controlled licensed Boarding Care Homes/Facilities. Their appearance on this web site does not imply an endorsement or recommendation of their services
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9586 STONE SPRINGS DR.
ELK GROVE, CA 95624,
TELPHONE 916-271-7705
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9554 MOON RIVER WAY,
ELK GROVE, CA 95624,
TELEPHONE 916-271-7705

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5890 CALVINE ROAD,
SACRAMENTO, CA 95823
TELEPHONE 916-686-0159
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2024 BIDWELL WAY,
SACRAMENTO, CA 95818
TELEPHONE 916-613-5233
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MOLLY AND RAY

Room & Board
TELEPHONE (916) 370-2039
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JOE
7928 33 TH AVE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95823
TELPHONE COED TEL 916-910-4021
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DELPHINE
8212 FLORINTOWN WY
SACRAMENTO, CA 95823

TELEPHONE  916-613-2643 COED
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WILLIAM
5670 GEARNY
SACRAMENTO, CA 95823
TELEPHONE 916-613-6383 COED
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GINA
8141 ADDIE
SACRAMENTO, CA 95823
TELEPHONE 916-606-5232
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GINA
1036 CLINTON RD
SACRAMENTO, CA
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Keeper

Perspectives on Life, the Universe and Everything

decades I have been
things I have seen
future kings’ obscene
green politicians preen
scientists’ bane
philosophers in vain
entertainers bore
academics impure
viscounts stutter
barons in gutter
princesses flutter
then slip on butter
poor’s screams
education a dream
nothing it seems
stops rich being fed
education in med
philosophy, art
pompous fart
why it is so
poor kids like me
grow up in pens
guarding dirty dens
cleaning filthy acts
dirty secrets, facts
protecting wealth
wasting youth, health
so princes live
in dorms above
my spent age
for a simple badge
that I served here
retired and die
an enormous lie

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Fall migration Is underway

Johns Hopkins University Press Blog

Guest post by Leslie Day

day15On the next to last day of September 2015, I was walking in Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights from the Heather Garden. Just before I got to Sir William’s Dog Run, my eye caught a movement high up in the northern red oak tree. Warblers! Knowing it’s migration time for insect- and nectar-eating birds—i.e. warblers, flickers, kinglets, hummingbirds—I never leave home without my trusty, light-weight pocket binoculars. Let me tell you, it is challenging keeping your binoculared eyes on moving warblers. The balletic pattern of one of the warblers foraging in the oak tree made me think REDSTART! These tiny birds—black and red males, gray and yellow females—flash their tails and dive up and down, in and out, gleaning insects from the leaves. I had spotted a lovely female redstart fanning her bright yellow tail and flitting, butterfly-like, from leaf to leaf.

Male black-and-white warbler. Male black-and-white warbler.

There was…

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Makeup Geek Duochrome Eyeshadows (Photos, Swatches)

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Hi All!

I hope you are all enjoying your weekend! I wanted to share some swatches of Makeup Geek single eyeshadows from their Duo Chrome release. This is my first encounter, ever, with this company. I have never visited the online store until I saw these particular eyeshadows via social media.

Whenever I see or hear of eyeshadows, or any makeup product for that matter, that changes color upon movement – my eyebrows and ears lift in delight. I love these type of finishes. I think they are festive, fun, and a proper way to add that pep to your step!

I picked up the Duo Chrome eyeshadow bundle ($65). The bundle contains twelve single shadows. I do not remember seeing bundles contained in an actual palette for storage.

As I played with these shadows they reminded me of the Ben Nye Grand Lumiere palette ($60). The Makeup Geek eyeshadows…

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All Aboard a link to better future for Delray Beach

When All Aboard Florida was first announced, I had my questions, like everyone else. But I approached the project with an open mind, looking for opportunities to set our community on the right path for a more sustainable and mobile future.

I finally came to the conclusion that the investment and upgrades to our transportation infrastructure will benefit such cities as Delray Beach, even though we initially will not have a stop downtown.

 

One important benefit of All Aboard Florida will be the introduction of quiet zones along the Florida East Coast Railway corridor, so freight and passenger trains won’t blow their horns.

The majority of this work is now being paid for by the railroad, and the small remainder will be paid for by the Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization. This is an important benefit for those who live along the tracks. Keep in mind that communities have been trying to implement quiet zones for decades, but have been unsuccessful due to the cost.

The biggest benefit I see for Delray Beach is the ability to fast-track the Tri-Rail Coastal Link, the commuter rail project between Miami and Jupiter on the FEC corridor. I am a big advocate of this project. Can you imagine the positive economic and transportation impact this will have on our downtown?

South Florida Regional Transportation Agency (SFRTA) Executive Director Jack Stephens recently said that the funding for Tri-Rail’s first link to downtown Miami has been completed. With this connection comes the first Coastal Link station, and the beginning of the expansion of the current Tri-Rail system along the FEC corridor.

This gives Tri-Rail’s riders immediate access from west Boca Raton or Delray Beach to downtown Miami. This is a great start.

It is clear that All Aboard Florida is moving forward. Let’s take this opportunity to work collectively with SFRTA and AAF to realize the potential to make Delray Beach stronger and better connected.

BRUCE BASTIAN, DELRAY BEACH

Editor’s note: Bruce Bastian is vice chairman of Human Powered Delray.