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Article Sacramento Business SourceWritten by Allen Young, Staff Writter

Sacramento Asian Chamber moves into larger building in Oak Park

As part of an ongoing expansion, the Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce has moved from midtown to a larger building in Oak Park that it may someday share with Sacramento’s other ethnic chambers of commerce.

Pipeline Newsletter

New St. HOPE Website Launched
By Riley Malane

The new St. HOPE websites, launched just last week, tell the St. HOPE story, aid in cross-network alignment, and provide stakeholders with an excellent communication tool. With features like the St. HOPE timeline, beautiful carousel images, and a thorough events calendar, it’s easy to capture everything we are about here at St. HOPE. The sites are managed using one system, so whether you are a parent, tenant, or a future partner, you are getting the same message; we are committed to revitalizing Oak Park through quality public education and economic development. 

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Black Book Fair Has a Home in Oak Park
By Staff Writer

The third annual Sacramento Black Book Fair kicked off at the Guild Theater on June 3rd and continued through the weekend at several Oak Park locations, including underground books. underground books store Manager, Mother Rose, and a team of organizers tirelessly plan the 3-day event each year, which continues to grow in size and notoriety.

The celebration, which is free and open to the public, includes panel discussions, book signings, writer discussions, cultural food vendors and art displays.

Article The Sacramento Bee

Oak Park resident invests in revitalized Broadway with new jewelry shop

BY CATHIE ANDERSON

canderson@sacbee.com

Oak Park resident Janell Lacayo is investing in her neighborhood, opening her Nectar jewelry boutique a few weeks ago in one of the renovated properties that architect Ron Vrilakasredesigned and owns on Broadway.

Lacayo had been selling her handmade jewelry mostly at arts and craft shows for seven years, though some locals will recall that she also had short stints at the now-shuttered East Sacramento Mercantile over at 3257 Folsom Blvd.