September 14, 2022

Tri-Valley Dancing with the Stars Mirrorball Goes to Dave Lewis

By Carol Graham Jun 7, 2018 Dave Lewis isn’t a someday kind of guy. “For many people, there are somedays – ‘someday I’ll do this,’ or […]
September 9, 2022

The Sac Bee’s Joe Davidson talks record heat impact on sports and Sacramento State’s rising star running back

"Work within reason and sanity. And don't do practices when it's 105, 110 or 115. It sounds like we're exaggerating but no, that's how hot it's been. And high school coaches, college coaches be flexible. Nighttime practices or early morning because you can't do it when it's 115 despite tradition, schedules and normalcy...because you could have a disaster."
August 23, 2022

Pop Singer Angie Maserati on journey to the quarterfinals of “The Opening Act”

"There weren't a lot of examples of thriving, really killing it in motherhood. It's different now with people who have already made it. Everyone knows that J-Lo has her twins, you know, and that's fantastic. She wasn't trying to make it and have her kids. She'd already made it. I'd like to be the other side of that story. I'd like to be that "she's 49-years-old, three children, passionate as ever. The fire is burning out of control and is relevant, lit up, hungry, excited, dreaming and reality."
August 3, 2022

Angie Maserati’s quest from headliner to Audacy’s Opening Act

"With this platform of benefitting the American Suicide Prevention Foundation...having to pretend to be something to please a group of people--sometimes it's your own family, friend group of whatever. And denying truth or some parts of're afraid that you won't be enough and that you won't be loved anymore. That's so painful and creates circumstances that it's better to end their life."
July 7, 2022

“Wonderboy” Brian Morris daring move from broadcaster to stage as pro wrestler

As an upper classman at Elon University in North Carolina, Brian Morris was at a personal crossroad. The color commentator for Phoenix men’s basketball was on […]
June 2, 2022

Panthers’ Kurt Bryan on building winning culture in the IFL

"I'm what's known as an 'over-communicator' so the players never have to wonder what I'm thinking or how I'm feeling. They know it's all about them. The staff is human, too. So don't mistake our kindness for weakness. So that's our approach. Always make sure they know what, how and why we're doing something. So win the day, win the week and win every game. I've never met a player or coach who practices to lose...when things don't go your way, we can either change what we're doing, change how we're doing it and/or change who we're doing it with."