Category: Stockton Blvd History

Dec 01
Casino Lotus: During the pandemic, patron safety is top priority

Story Written By: Barbara L. Steinberg Photo Credit: Angela Quan Looking back:…

Oct 29
Yes, gratefully, CASH is still very much open!

The good news! During COVID, Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH) creatively and…

Oct 27
Get Aboard the Phở Xe Lua Train

Truly a family affair, Bobby Phong inherited Phở Xe Lua from his uncle and aunt,…

Jan 07
Sacred Spaces

Along Stockton Boulevard, two notable cemeteries provide a final resting place for…

Jan 07
Stockton Boulevard Destination: Little Saigon 2019

In 2010, Sacramento’s growing Vietnamese community asked the City Council…

Jan 07
Leading by Example: Griselda Barajas

Griselda Barajas’ plate is full. Very full! A single-mother with four children, she…

Jan 07
Stockton Boulevard Memories

Susan Hausmann Dick Fisher, my husband, started Fruitridge Printing in 1965. While…

Jan 07
Emerging Murals

Along with many other neighborhoods, Stockton Boulevard is coming into its own –…

Jan 04
New Beginnings

Life along Stockton Boulevard is changing.  Neighborhoods and business…

Oct 05
Take Me to the Fair: Then and Now

The very first California State Fair was held in San Francisco on October 4, 1854,…