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Ernesto Garcia Morales

journalist

Sacramento

Ernesto Garcia Morales

Journalist

e: ernesto.morales916@gmail.com

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Mexico fans celebrate World Cup opener in midtown Sacramento

Buzzing his vuvuzela horn, Gerardo Flores began energizing the masses as the Himno Nacional, the Mexican national anthem, came to an abrupt end. Chants of “Mexico!”. and the sound of a beating drum brought the throngs of fans – El Tri aficionados – wrapped in green and white to their feet, clapping, whistling and raising their fists in the air as the referee signaled the start of the match.
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Sacramento kilt maker dresses up Music Circus’ ‘Brigadoon’

When Los Angeles-based costume designer Marcy Froehlich went on a three-month search for a kilt maker to design and produce knee-length garments for the Music Circus’ production of “Brigadoon,” she was looking for a person with a high regard for authenticity and creativity. “I wanted the kilt to be as beautiful as the dancer,” said Froehlich, now in her 10th season with the Music Circus.
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Sloppy Moose running club celebrates the virtues of jogging – and beer

Step into New Helvetia Brewing Co. on Thursday evenings and you’ll be greeted by a jovial and spirited group of sweaty athletes wearing colorful shoes and orange T-shirts sporting the motto “We Run Sactown.”. Meet the members of the Sloppy Moose Running Club, a fitness and drinking community based at the brewery, where the ritual of running and refueling afterward with craft beers is practiced each week.
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A Tradition of Creating Friendships With the Elderly

Michele Bateman visits Fannie Clarke, 77, at her San Francisco home as part of Little Brothers Friends of Elderly, a nonprofit organization that provides companionship to elders. On Thanksgiving, many hosts make a point of inviting strangers to the table. It's a lovely tradition. We expand our sense of family for one day.
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About

Ernesto Garcia Morales

I'm a Sacramento-based reporter specializing in business and lifestyle, capturing the humanistic side of journalism - the subjects, the environment and everything in-between.

I graduated from San Francisco State University with degrees in journalism and history.

My byline can be seen in the Sacramento Bee, SFGate, KQED Public Radio, the San Francisco Business Times, and others.

Feel free to browse, share, or comment on anything you see. Have a story idea? Contact me via email.

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Ernesto