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Fashion To-Do List

The next week is  packed with fun, fashion-centric events. If you haven’t already, mark your calendars and plan to attend these two chic shindigs. local point 3.8 // March 8, 6:30 PM @ Everbank Terrace Suites Celebrate National Women’s Day (yep, we have our own day) with a fashion show featuring wares from local boutiques including […]

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Intuition’s Smoke IPA Launch

The Downtown Marketing Collaborative presented Intuition Ale Work’s newest brew, Smoke IPA, on the rooftop of the Museum of Science and History (MOSH) February 20th. The IPA was created in honor of Downtown’s marketing campaign, Downtown is on Fire, and is only available at downtown bars.  

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Make Jax Weird

Somewhere in the City is quite often known for finding the quirky features in Jax. However, today we want to introduce you to something weird. There’s quietly and slowly been a little movement in our city, and we’ve been watching and seeing it evolve more and more into the potential it holds. SitC couldn’t wait […]

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Atlas Shrugged

The new jewelry collection from Tiffany is not only beautiful (that kind of goes without saying, doesn’t it?) but it somehow manages to marry strength with the “daintiness” for which most fine jewelry is known. The Atlas collection is described as “bold symbols of strength and freedom”—big words from a jewelry company synonymous with luxury—but […]

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Brunch at The Blue Fish

So it’s been a while since I’ve done a restaurant review but I managed to climb over the mountain of smartfood bags and empty monster cans out of my cave and into society to enjoy a lovely meal. I went to The Blue Fish years ago (pre blog era) and enjoyed the goat cheese salad […]

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Sally Ann and Shelby

With fashion week taking place this month there was a lot of hype about style. With all that, I thought it’d be great to introduce you to an alternative fashion – not one you’d find on the runway. You’d find this one in arts markets, at pop up events, and in a Shasta Compact. That’s […]

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