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Nothing like a kicking back and watching some sports. For me, it really doesn’t matter; football, basketball, baseball, hockey, golf, MMA, I love it all! I’ve been covering sports in Sacramento since 1996 with a 2-year break from 1999-01 when I anchored and hosted shows at CNNSI in Atlanta. Covering the Kings during their heyday is easily the highlight of my career. I’ve done a lot morning TV and really enjoy hanging out with the viewers. You probably didn’t know this, but FOX40 has its own food market. Not kidding. It’s all based on the trust system (except for the little camera in the corner pointing right at you), you grab what you want, scan it and pay for it. I suggest the Earthquake Chips, Chocolate Milk, and String Cheese. mmmmm

Next time you see me out on a live shot, stop by and say hello.

Recent Articles
  • Specialty Holiday Cakes and Sweets from Julian’s Patisserie and Cafe

    FOLSOM — Julian Perrigo-Jimenez’s pastry shop Julian’s Patisserie and Cafe on Folsom Auburn Road in Folsom sells homemade baked goods and savory dishes. The cafe has a full breakfast and lunch menu as well as savory crepes of all kinds. When you’re done eating a meal, try out their French pastries, chocolates and confections. Specialty holiday yule logs can now be ordered through Christmas. Visit the patisserie’s site for information regarding their hours of operation.  

  • At-Home Fitness With Maria Kang

    Gary joins local fitness guru Maria Kang to demonstrate some workout moves you can follow from the comfort of your own living room. Kang’s workouts can be found on her Youtube channel and in her e-book. For more information, visit http://www.mariakang.com/.

  • Getting Fit for the New Year with Fitness Rangers

    SACRAMENTO — Fitness Rangers in East Sacramento now offers cycling classes, so you can try out a new workout routine to kick-start 2018. RhythmRide classes are offered seven days a week for people who want a more high energy cycling experience with some dancing involved. PureRide classes mimic outdoor rides, with sprints and climbs. Visit the Fitness Rangers site for more information on their schedule, membership rates and their full range of fitness classes.

  • Sutter’s Fort Gets a Makeover

    SACRAMENTO — Sutter’s Fort on L Street is getting a makeover thanks to the Friends of Sutter’s Fort. The nonprofit donated more than $100,000 for the interior and exterior renovations. On Saturday, visit the fort from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for “Hands on History.” Get a chance to see the restoration project and enjoy festive fun. Admission for the event is $7 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 17 and free for children 5 years old and […]

  • NorCal Bats Aims to Rehabilitate Bats, Educate Residents

    ORANGEVALE — NorCal Bats in Orangevale aims to rehabilitate injured, sick or orphaned bats and help residents understand how to care for the local bat population. Many bats, such as the native Mexican free-tailed bat, can get stuck in fly strips, fall into swimming pools, or get attacked by house cats. Find out more about NorCal Bats and their educational resources on their site.  

  • William Jessup University’s ‘Scrooge: The Musical’ Starts Friday

    ROCKLIN — “Scrooge: The Musical” is coming to William Jessup University Friday. The university’s theatre department will hold six performances of the classic Christmas tale, starting this upcoming Friday through Sunday and once more Nov. 17 through 19. Attendees can enjoy Dickens’ village prior to the performance. Live-action Charles Dickens characters will join the festivities as you do some holiday shopping and eat Christmas treats. Tickets can be purchased online for $20 or $10 for kids and students.  

  • Family-Owned Mighty Kong Muffins Makes Family-Friendly Treats

    SACRAMENTO — Father and son business Mighty Kong Muffins bakes healthy treats that are perfect for the whole family. Founder King Smith has been baking muffins since 1968. Now his delicious recipe ditches the flour and opts for an oat and wheat bran base. Mighty Kong Muffins are made in more than 20 flavors and can be bought on their site or at Curtis Park Market on 24th Street and 2nd Avenue in Sacramento.  

  • Souls of the City Returns to Old Sacramento for Dia de los Muertos

    SACRAMENTO — Sol Collective in Midtown Sacramento will be hosting the sixth annual Souls of the City in partnership with the Sacramento History Museum. On Nov. 4 from 6 to 10 p.m., everyone is invited to celebrate and learn about the ancient traditions of Dia de los Muertos. The Maquilli Tonatiuh Aztec Dancers will lead the official ceremony in their hand crafted regalia. The ceremony will include altar building, sugar skull designing and cultural arts workshops. Visit Sol Collective’s site […]

  • Aerospace Museum Debuts ‘Take Flight’ Exhibit

    Gary is out at the Aerospace Museum at McClellan Park checking out their latest exhibit, “Take Flight.” The new, interactive exhibit will be available for guests to explore and enjoy from October 17 through January 9, 2018. With a variety of dynamic elements and multiple activity stations, guests of all ages will begin to understand the fundamentals needed to achieve flight.

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