Hello Sacramento Lifestyle friends! The June issue is here and we have so much for you to read about and look through. This month’s issue is all about men and our feature story is The Real Men of Sacramento. Each individual we interviewed has a great story. Hope you enjoy reading about each one of them as much as we enjoyed writing about them.
You’ll also want to read about a new treatment for “manopause” at Parkside Pharmacy. John and Michelle Ortego had a unique idea when they opened their pharmacy in 2009—to combine their interests and expertise in compounding, pharmaceuticals, skin care and gifts. What evolved was a business that customers enjoy visiting, whether for customized medicine or a spa day.
Next up, one of our writers tracks down the latest fashions in men’s summer wear. Whether it’s a tailor-made suit, slim-fitting pants, or a pair of new wing-tipped Oxfords, move over stylish gals because guys, too, have a penchant for fashion, and some of the summer’s latest trends even include a taste for short-shorts.
On the financial side of things, if you’re asking yourself, “Is it too late for me to begin saving for retirement?” Find out what our financial guru, Bryan Bentley, has to say….
Check out the Sacramento debut of the new movie Meet the Blacks, featuring the film’s director, Deon Taylor, in our Good Times section. Also covered in that section are recent events like the Sacramento Food Film Festival and the Sacramento Beer and Chili Festival. Check them out to see if we captured a photo of you and your friends.
And it goes without saying that we couldn’t do any of it without the businesses that put their trust in partnering with us. When you visit one of our advertisers or call for that free estimate, please let them know you read about them in Sacramento Lifestyle.
Enjoy your read, and don’t forget that if you know of anyone that has done and is doing something great for our community, please write in so we can share the stories.
Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads and I look forward to seeing you around town!
Always my best,