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In this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards contest, we had more voters than ever (90,000+ to be exact). Starting on page 35, read all about the top dogs—whose goods and services run the gamut from food to finance—and let it be a reminder of just how many reputable businesses our region boasts.
There’s plenty more in the pages that follow, including “8 Ways to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk” on page 26, a roundup of local ways to celebrate Halloween on page 16, and an easy-to-follow itinerary for “A Perfect Day in Apple Hill” on page 14.
Enjoy the issue and remember to congratulate and support some of the winners mentioned in this month’s mag. Cheers!

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OCTOBER 2018

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8 Online

11 What’s Up

14 Local Matters

18 Calendar

20 Outtakes

30 Home Design

32 Swag

88 Introducing

90 Publishers’ Letter

departments

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26

28

GET TO KNOW

Jessica Hubbard

THE ARTS

Diane Ruhkala Bell

HEALTH & WELLNESS

8 Ways to Reduce Your

Breast Cancer Risk

CAUSE & EFFECT

WWJD?

SPECIAL

ADVERTISING

SECTIONS

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eat & drink

72

DINING SPOTLIGHT

Mezcalito Oaxacan

Cuisine

74 NEIGHBORING

NOSHES

// Pho Tam

// Iron Wok

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FOODIE FIND

Starbread

READERS’ CHOICE AWARD

ALL-STARS

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feature

BEST

OF

2018

READERS’

CHOICE

AWARDS

81

78

24

THE HOT LIST

6 Best Pizzas

80 TASTE

Seasonal

Recipe and

Beer Pairing

SIP ON THIS

Wine Steals

SAVINGS

GUIDE

Every day, I receive hundreds (seriously)

of emails from people, places, and PR firms

about everything from upcoming events to

hot products and editorial opportunities.

Some go straight to spam, others demand

immediate attention, and a few can make or

break my entire day.

A few weeks ago, a message arrived from

Sacramento Pizza Company in Folsom that

stopped me in my speed-reading tracks. One

of the owners announced she wanted to add

a “STYLE Pizza” to their menu—in honor of

October being National

Pizza Month—and

requested that we

come up with the

toppings. Talk about a

tall, albeit fun, order!

When we put our

stomachs together

here at HQ and thought

about what should go

on our namesake pie,

we decided it needed to represent our team:

colorful, creative, unconventional, fun, a

little fiery, and well-balanced—ultimately

resulting in a combination

that (literally) works well

together. The prize-winning

pizza, which I strongly urge

you to try, includes pesto,

mozzarella, feta, sun-dried

tomatoes, minced garlic,

basil, and grilled chicken;

having tried it (see the picture for proof), I

can honestly say that the slice is nice and

think you’ll agree. To find even more perfect

pizzas around town, flip to The Hot List on page

78, where we uncover 6 of our favorites.

Speaking of favorites, in this year’s Readers’

Choice Awards contest, we had more voters

than ever (90,000+ to be exact). Starting on

page 35, read all about the top dogs—whose

goods and services run the gamut from food

to finance—and let it be a reminder of just

how many reputable businesses our region

boasts.

There’s plenty more in the pages that

follow, including “8 Ways to Reduce Your

Breast Cancer Risk” on page 26, a roundup

of local ways to celebrate Halloween on page

16, and an easy-to-follow itinerary for “A

Perfect Day in Apple Hill” on page 14.

Enjoy the issue and remember to

congratulate and support some of the

winners mentioned in this month’s mag.

Cheers!

“Find a group

of people who

challenge and

inspire you, spend

a lot of time with

them, and it will

change your

life.”—Amy Poehler

— Megan // megan@stylemg.com

@meggoeggowaffle

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What’s your

favorite

scary movie?

“The Silence of the Lambs, with

Zodiac as a very close second.

Both have great performances,

cinematography, and

soundtracks, and I constantly

re-watch them…much to the

dismay of my fiancé.”—Emily

Peter

“My favorite and least favorite

scary movie of all time is The

Exorcist. I saw it at a late-night

showing and came home

to an empty house…”—Lorn

Randall

“The Exorcist—when Linda Blair’s

head spins around 360 degrees—

scared the crap out of me when

I was kid; also, Salem’s Lot—

when the vampire is levitating

outside the kid’s window

and scratching his nails on

the window—still freaks me

out. Ugh. I’m going to have

nightmares tonight just thinking

about it.”—Wendy Sipple

“The Lost Boys. It has that

classic ’80s vibe, great music,

and is a cult classic that

always quenches my thirst

for a good scare!”—Annie

Biederman

“I’m a wimp when it comes to scary

movies and will never watch them

alone, yet the last scary movie

I enjoyed from behind spread

fingers was the It remake.

Tim Curry as Pennywise was

pretty hard to beat in fear

factor, but I liked how they

changed certain aspects of

the storyline from the book and

original film.”—Heather L. Becker

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HAPPY HAUNTING

Halloween is on the horizon, which, for

kiddos, means costumes, candy, and

ghoulish games galore. For parents, it can

be a real-life scare with all the holiday’s

hazards. Ensure this year’s celebration is

seamless by reading “14 Halloween Safety

Tips”—courtesy of THE STUDIO Martial Arts

and Fitness in Roseville.

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Are you looking for

a cute car? The 2018

Volkswagen Beetle

Dune may be the

perfect pick, with its

funky exterior color and

recognizable curvaceous

shape that’s left people

enamored for years.

Check out this month’s

in-depth look by Jeffrey

Weidel.

Picture Perfect

Attention budding photographers!

Send us a photo of anything that

represents “Where We Live”—a

local park, body of water, sunrise

or sunset, brewery, local dish you

love, etc.—and tell us why, in 20

words or less, this photo says it

all. Our favorite pics will appear

in an upcoming issue; each

month’s featured photographer will also win a gift card

to a local business. Send your submissions to info@stylemg.com.

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what’s up

Joe Medeiros photo courtesy of Sierra College and Daryl Stinchfield. Other photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

Anytime Fitness owners Susan and John Arrabit and

Sharon and Donny Dunn recently broke ground

for a new and expanded gym in Penryn. The near-

$2 million project will feature training coaches,

weight training, cardio, functional training, yoga, and Zumba...

Patients undergoing cancer treatment at Sutter Auburn Faith

Hospital’s Infusion Center were surprised with warm blankets

and handwritten notes of hope from employees and customers

at Gold Rush Subaru and the Leukemia

& Lymphoma Society. The event

was part of the Subaru Loves to

Care campaign, which has donated a

total of 105,000 blankets nationwide...

Congrats to Sierra College professor

emritus, editor, and curator Joe

Medeiros, who was given the national John Muir Association’s

Conservationist of the Year Award. Equipped with a master’s

degree from CSU Fresno, Medeiros was honored

for his efforts to protect the Sierra Nevada

Mountains and for fostering an appreciation

for nature in his students through 35 years as

an educator...Roseville City Council recently

approved $50,000 in funding to buy media

materials for Roseville libraries; additionally,

$32,000 was approved to spend on cloudLibrary/

Bibliotheca, which will expand the eBook selection...

Sutter Auburn Faith Foundation’s scholarship program supplied

seven worthy Placer County students pursuing health-related

careers with a total of $12,500 this year: Elisabeth Ramsey,

Emily Thurmon, Autumn Cameron, Natasha Dev, Rachel Fenner,

Ariel Miller, and Sarah Stuck...Bob Hunter is the new general

manager of Von Housen Automotive Group (locations in Rocklin,

Sacramento, and El Dorado Hills). In addition to building a

team committed to excellence, Hunter has broken many sales

records in his 32 years of working in the automotive industry...

Volunteers for the annual Feed My Starving Children MobilePack

are expected to pack more than 500,000 meals from October 18-

20 at William Jessup University. The scientifically designed food

packs help nurse undernourished and starving children back

to health...The Roseville Police Department received a $73,500

grant from the city council to help fight human trafficking.

Stand Up Placer has also teamed up with the department to

rescue and empower victims...Rocklin Unified School District

announced that substitute teachers will be paid $425 a day in the

event of a teacher strike. Tentative agreements were also made

regarding a 1.95 percent salary

and stipend increase and $20 per

month increase in the health

benefit cap...Sutter Auburn

Faith Hospital employees

provided nearly 100 backpacks

full of school supplies as part of

Operation Backpack. The yearly

campaign organized by Volunteers

of America delivers backpacks to homeless and at-risk students

in pre-kindergarten to 12th grade...That’s all for now, but check

back next month for Style’s Top Chefs feature. —Alyssa Mielke

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get to know

Q &A

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO

YOUR YOUNGER SELF?

Don’t sweat the small stuff and

have more fun!

WHAT COMES TO YOU NATURALLY?

Reading people’s body language.

It can sometimes help me to be

more empathetic to people’s

moods and feelings, so I don’t take

their words or actions personally.

BIGGEST LIFE INSPIRATIONS?

Those who act with compassion

for others.

FAVORITE HUMANITARIAN CAUSE?

Support of poor and/or

marginalized people in our

country.

BEST WORDS OF WISDOM YOU’VE

RECEIVED?

Fear regret more than failure.

WHAT’S NEXT?

Continued personal and

professional growth; time with

treasured friends and family; and

traveling.

Jessica

Hubbard

Jessica Hubbard still remembers what

she saw when her father brought her

to his workplace at Legal Aid—an

organization that provides legal counsel

and support to the underserved. “I have vivid

memories of seeing attorneys doing pro bono

work for people in desperate need,” Hubbard

recalls. “It impacted my entire outlook on life.”

After graduating from college, Hubbard gravitated

toward the nonprofit sector, first working for

the San Francisco Symphony. While there, she

volunteered at other nonprofits, including an

organization that helped terminally ill artists

continue to produce, show, and sell their work.

Once she and her husband, Josh Kurtz, decided

to start a family, they ended up moving to Auburn,

for its vibrant community and

amazing natural resources. When

the opportunity arose to become

Placer Community Foundation’s

philanthropic services manager,

Hubbard could hardly believe her

good fortune. The position allowed

her to apply her lifelong interest in philanthropy

by connecting donors to the charitable causes

they care about in their community. Her passion is

bringing together philanthropic-minded people—

of any means—to make a positive difference. Most

recently, she facilitated a Giving Circle of donors

who distributed over $40,000 in grants to nine area

nonprofits to support the needs of Placer County’s

most vulnerable and at-risk youth. “We’re not

working with the Bill Gates of the world,” Hubbard

explains. “We’re working with school teachers,

local business owners, and doctors. By working

together, we can make a tremendous impact.”

—Amber Foster

favorites

Author/writer

Barbara Kingsolver

Escape

The beach or the mountains

Guilty pleasure

Freshly baked bread with butter

Local landmark

American River Confluence

Favorite memory

Traveling in Vietnam with family

Movie

Out of Africa

Place to buy a gift, locally

Flower Farm

Saying

“Actions speak louder than words.”

Do you know someone in the

community who makes a difference

or is particularly interesting that we

should Get to Know? Email their name,

where they live, and why they should be

featured to megan@stylemg.com.

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photos by DANTE FONTANA


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local matters

Roseville Parks and Recreation

8 Harvest Happenings by PAM ALLEN

1 // Join Mayor Susan Rohan and City Manager Dominick Casey in the Roseville City Council

Chambers on October 3 at 6 p.m. for the State of the City address.

2 // Bring your bike, helmet, and family to Bikefest on October 6

from 9 a.m. to noon at Mahany Park. The free event features obstacle

courses, helmet fittings, live entertainment, and bicycle safety

checks.

3 // Food Truck Mania rolls up to Vernon Street Town Square on

October 11.

4 // Season 1 winner of Last Comic Standing, Dat Phan, is coming to Comedy Night on

October 13. Tickets will likely sell out, so get yours soon.

SEASON’S EATINGS: PlacerGROWN by CAROL ARNOLD

WINTER

SQUASH

Special PlacerGROWN

events this month

include a Farm and Barn

Tour (October 7) and Crop

to Tabletop Dinner (October

28). For more details and

to purchase tickets, visit

placergrown.org.

Roasted

Spaghetti Squash

with Sage Brown

Butter and Bacon

Though pumpkins are palatable and very versatile, there are

other must-try winter squashes, including acorn, butternut,

kabocha, and spaghetti. All of the above take well to a variety

of seasonings and help liven up soups, casseroles, risotto,

lasagna, and even desserts. Ask your local farmer about

varieties you might not be familiar with; all add color

and interest to autumn-inspired recipes.

NUTRITION // Naturally low in fat and calories,

the winter squash family supplies significant

nutritional benefits. One cup of baked butternut

squash is rich in vitamins A, B6, C, and E, as well as magnesium,

potassium, and manganese; spaghetti squash is a superb source of

fiber and a low-carb alternative to traditional

pasta.

SELECTION AND STORAGE // Chose winter

squash with thick, hard skins that are

firm and feel heavier than they look. They

should also have a sturdy stem that’s free

of soft spots or mold. Avoid squash with

wrinkled surfaces, cuts, or bruises. Uncut

winter squash will keep for months in a

cool, dark, well-ventilated spot. In cooler

weather, they might like your garage—just set them on straw or

cardboard, not the concrete floor.

For more

information, visit

roseville.ca.us/

events.

5 // Don’t miss the Friday Flicks showing of Avengers: Infinity War on October 19.

6 // Make your reservations now for the Floating Pumpkin Patch on

October 21 from 1-4 p.m.

7 // On October 27, stop by Count Watts’ Spooktacular at the Roseville

Utility Exploration Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

8 // Wrap your day up at Woodcreek Golf Club’s Food Truck Cinema

featuring The Nightmare Before Christmas.

For details on where

to buy Placer County

farm-fresh produce,

wine, meat, and other

local products, visit

placergrown.org.

FOR THE RECIPE TO MAKE ROASTED SPAGHETTI SQUASH WITH SAGE BROWN

BUTTER AND BACON, VISIT STYLERGBR.COM.

CATCH ALL

A Perfect

Day in

Apple Hill

Apple Hill is one of our region’s most popular

destinations, so if you're planning on visiting,

it's best to map out your day beforehand.

To get started, visit the directory on the

Apple Hill website (applehillca.com) and

download the app (applehill.com/applehill-app).

Then, arrive early, throw your diet

out the window, and grab a fresh-baked

donut for breakfast. Opening hours vary at

each business, but High Hill Ranch opens at

7 a.m. on weekends and makes some truly

sweet treats. Next, peruse the variety of craft

and food vendors sprinkled throughout,

including Abel's Apple Acres and Apple

Ridge Farms. For those looking to get their

hands on some fresh produce, visit one of

the many u-pick places like 24Carrot Farm

and Goyette's North Canyon Ranch, where

you can find apples, pumpkins, and more.

Even though you've been snacking on appleflavored

everything, by now you’re eager

for lunch. Many farms, including Bodhaine

Ranch, Mill View Ranch, and Larsen Apple

Ranch and Bakeshop offer homemade

plates of savory goodness. Perhaps a little

wine tasting is on your agenda? If so, Boeger

Winery, Madroña Vineyards, and North

Canyon Cider Company provide idyllic and

(literally) intoxicating spots to rest. Whatever

your itinerary looks like, remember to pack

water and extra snacks, wear comfy shoes

and layers, and savor the beauty of the

region. See you on the trail! —Emily Peter

Roseville Parks and Rec photo courtesy of Roseville Parks and Rec. PlacerGROWN photo courtesy of Courtney McDonald of Four Tines Farm. Catch All photo courtesy of Apple Hill Growers Association.

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local matters

Celebrate Halloween

It’s that pumpkin-carving, candy-gorging, scare-inducing time of year! Bust out those costumes and get ready

for a frightfully fun Halloween with these local events.

The 10 Spot by TARA MENDANHA

1

The dazzling Pumpkin Nights

returns to Auburn’s Gold Country

Fairgrounds with multi-sensory

Halloween displays and eight “pumpkin

lands” featuring over 3,000 handcarved

pumpkins and funkins. The

3

For a once-in-a-lifetime musical

experience, head to the Hangtown

Music Festival from October 25-28 at

the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. The

family-friendly destination features

night shows, Halloween costume

themes, parades, craft beer, wine,

artisanal cuisine, art and craft vendors,

outdoor event runs from October

17-November 4 and also includes

seasonal beverages and treats, a

screening of Coco, meet and greets with

pumpkin artists, fire dancers, and more.

pumpkinnights.com/auburn

2

Stroll, walk, or run through

beautiful trails at the All Nations

Halloween Fun Run beginning at

Shingle Springs Drive on October 20.

You can also enjoy a BBQ lunch with

featured speaker and gold medal

Olympian Billy Mills. There will be shirts,

medals, and prizes for best costume.

Proceeds benefit the Running Strong

Foundation for American Indian youth.

530-387-4183

ASK THE Expert

pumpkin carving, a kids’ zone, and an

impressive lineup of musical artists.

hangtownfestival.com

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4

Costumes, games, education, and

fun are to be found at Healthy

Halloween on October 28 from 2-5

p.m. at Quail Business Park in Folsom.

Highlights include an inflatable obstacle

course, a magician, princess makeovers,

bounce houses, costume contests

(human and pet), carnival games

and prizes, and healthy alternatives

to traditional Halloween treats.

folsomhealthyhalloween.org

5

Brace yourself for some fun at

El Dorado Hills Town Center’s

Halloween Spooktacular from 3-6

p.m. on October 31. Kiddos can trickor-treat

at participating businesses

and take part in a costume contest

(categories include most creative,

scariest, and cutest) at 5 p.m. at

the Steven Young Amphitheater.

edhtowncenter.com/upcoming-events

6

Bring the little ones to Historic

Folsom on October 27 for FestiFall

and Costume Contest from 1-4 p.m.

Engage in trick-or-treating at local

merchants and enjoy jump houses,

games, and prizes at the Wool and

Sutter Street parking lot. A screening of

Mary Poppins at 2 p.m. and a costume

contest (kids and pets) at 3 p.m. are

also on the agenda. historicfolsom.

org/2018/10/27/461/trick-or-treat-inhistoric-folsom

7

The Rocklin Historical Society

is providing a rare glimpse into

the lives of historic residents with an

entertaining and educational Voices

of the Passed Cemetery Tour of

Rocklin Cemetery with roles acted out

by society members on October 28 (10

a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1 p.m.). Part of Rocklin’s

125th anniversary events, this tour is

open to ages 16+. rocklin.ca.us/event/

voices-passed-cemetery-tour

8

Haunted Hangtown Ghost Tour

beckons you to communicate

with spirits in historic Placerville with

the latest ghost-hunting equipment.

Explore stories of buildings and back

streets with a paranormal investigator,

discover EVPs, orbs, and other

energy, and stop at Cozmic Café, the

courthouse, Cuppa Coffee, Hangman’s

Tree, and Cary House. Tours run from

8:45-11:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

hauntedhangtownghosttours.com

and repairing hair structure while it’s being colored. The additive

also acts as a color lock to seal the hue into the hair, giving you

shiny, vibrant color.

9

Nightmare Forest takes you

through a “web of fears” via a

pitch-black haunted forest trail through

historic Gold Rush country. Creatures

lurk at every corner beginning at

Crystal Lake parking lot (off Highway

49 between Plymouth and El Dorado)

every Friday and Saturday in October

from 7-10 p.m. A tamer children’s “web

of fun” has a pumpkin patch, animal

exhibit, candy, and photo ops every

Saturday from noon-4 p.m. weboffears.

com

10

For a close encounter of the

electrifying kind, head to

Roseville Utility Exploration Center’s

Count Watts’ Spooktacular on October

27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fight voltage

vampires, take a thrilling walk through

Phantom Energy House, and knock out

energy waste. You can also meet Count

Watts, dig through a boneyard, enjoy

crafts, play games, and win prizes. Don’t

forget to come in costume! roseville.

ca.us/familyfun

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Rocklin Parks

and Recreation

Autumn Abounds

by ONELLY OLIVAS-PEREZ

NEW TO

THE COMMUNITY

Goodbye summer, hello fall! Mark your calendar for the

following fun-filled happenings.

Range Kitchen & Tap

1420 East Roseville Pkwy. • Palisades Plaza • Roseville

916-865-4317 • rangeroseville.com •

Range Kitchen & Tap is located inside the Palisades Plaza. A project

forged of the passion of the owners living in the neighborhood, Range

is based on the notion of serving both quality interpretations of classic

dishes combined with a diverse beer and wine list. Range's interior

melds raw, industrial accents with warm wood and tall windows;

creating a welcoming atmosphere fit for sharing with co-workers, friends,

and family. The menu is designed for sharing and socializing in mind,

and our focus is on serving locally sourced and seasonal comfort food.

We pride ourselves on offering locally produced fare as well as a large

selection of local beer and wine on tap. The food and drink lists are

constantly evolving and will offer something for every palate.

OCTOBER 6 >> ROCKLIN MINI MAKER FAIRE

Head to Sierra College from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the “greatest show

(and tell) on Earth”—a gathering of fascinating, curious people who

enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers

and artists to scientists, crafters, musicians, and more, it’s a place

for "makers" of all ages and abilities to showcase their hobbies,

experiments, and projects. rocklin.makerfaire.com

OCTOBER 28 >> VOICES OF THE PASSED CEMETERY TOUR

The Rocklin Historical Society is providing a glimpse into the lives of

historic Rocklin residents with an entertaining and educational tour of

the cemetery. Cost is $10 per person (open to ages 16+). rocklin.ca.us/

event/voices-passed-cemetery-tour

Photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

ONGOING >> SPORTS PROGRAMS

The City of Rocklin has partnered with Skyhawks

Sports Academy and the National Academy of

Athletes to offer fall programs for youngsters,

including soccer (ages 3-5), basketball (ages

3-4), and tennis (ages 6-12). teamsideline.com/

rocklinrecsports

ONGOING >> BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Sign up to be a part of Rocklin’s events, concerts, parks, and more.

Volunteers are needed on an ongoing basis. rocklin.ca.us/volunteer

Stay up to date on these activities and others by following the City of Rocklin

on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @rocklinparksrec. For more information,

visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

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calendar

OCTOBER

October is National

by ALYSSA MIELKE

Month

Notable

Happenings

8 COLUMBUS DAY

31 HALLOWEEN

6

6

FOLSOM FAMILY EXPO. Don’t miss Style’s annual event—featuring

local vendor booths, bounce houses, interactive exhibits, live

entertainment, raffle giveaways, “Healthy Folsom” (health and wellness

demonstrations, discussions, and activities) and more—at the Folsom

Community Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free and visitors

can also avail of free admission to the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary and

free train rides (with ticket obtained within the expo). facebook.com/

folsomfamilyexpo

ROSEVILLE BIKEFEST. Cycle

to Mahany Park for this 24th

annual free, family-friendly event

from 9 a.m. till noon, and take part

in fun obstacle courses, riding

demos, bicycle safety inspections,

helmet fittings, and bike-related

giveaways—including the chance to

win a bicycle. roseville.ca.us/cms/

one.aspx?pageId=8967365

6

ROCKLIN MINI MAKER

FAIRE. This family-friendly

event showcases experiments

and projects by scientists,

engineers, and crafters and

features topics like urban

farming, alternative energy,

robotics, music, and more. The

fair takes place at Sierra College

from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; admission

and parking are free. rocklin.

makerfaire.com

6

RPAL BACON & BREW

BASH. Join the Roseville Police

Activities League (RPAL) from 5-9 p.m.

at 110 Corporation Yard Road for craft

beer samples and bacon-inspired

dishes from regional food purveyors.

Music, dancing, a silent auction, and

raffles are also included at this 21+

event. All proceeds benefit RPAL’s

programs and members. rosevillepal.

org/bacon-and-brew-bash-2018

6

SULLIVAN CHARITY GOLF

TOURNAMENT. Play a round

of golf and enjoy some great food

at Whitney Oaks Golf Club. The

shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. and

the day ends at 5 p.m. All proceeds

benefit the American Cancer

Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink”

campaign, Roseville’s St. Vincent de

Paul Society, and the John L. Sullivan

Foundation. birdeasepro.com/

sullivancharitygolftournament

6 LOOMIS

EGGPLANT

FESTIVAL.

Honor the

humble

eggplant with

live music and

entertainment

at the Loomis Train Station Plaza

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 31st annual

event also includes premium local

beer and wine, a DIY fair, fun zone,

crafts, cooking demos, and more.

loomischamber.com/eggplantfestival

6

MANDARIDE. Support the

Loomis Basin Education

Foundation at this cycling fundraiser

featuring a 12-mile, 30-mile, metric

century, and guided family ride. All

routes begin at Loomis Grammar

Elementary between 7:30-8:30 a.m.

and take place along various routes

amongst the Sierra Nevada foothills’

orchards and farms. The metric

century and 30-mile rides include a

farm-to-fork lunch. mandaride.com

7

PLACERGROWN FARM AND

BARN TOUR. Go on a free,

self-guided tour of working farms,

orchards, and ranches in beautiful

Placer County from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

as you and your family experience

educational and entertaining

activities and demonstrations

along the way. Locally grown

produce, meats, and wine will

also be available for purchase.

placerfarmandbarntour.com

12

STANDING UP FOR KIDS

AND FAMILIES. This annual

outreach expo hosted by Defending

the Cause Regional Alliance helps

families find valuable resources and

connects people with volunteer

opportunities. Speakers, videos, a kids’

activity center, music from K-Love/

Air1, food trucks, and more are also

available from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at

William Jessup University. Admission

is free. defendingthecause.org/events

17

PUMPKIN NIGHTS. For

some spooktacular fun, head

to the Gold Country Fairgrounds

in Auburn for a family-friendly

Halloween walkthrough with over

3,000 hand-carved pumpkins.

Explore “Pumpkin Pirate Cove” and

enjoy food, seasonal beverages,

movies, and activities. Times are

Sunday to Thursday from 6:30-10:30

p.m., and Friday and Saturday from

6:30 p.m.-midnight. pumpkinnights.

com/auburn

(THROUGH NOVEMBER 4)

25

DENIM AND DIAMONDS.

KidsFirst, a nonprofit that

focuses on ending child abuse, is

hosting this fund-raiser @the Grounds

from 5:30-9 p.m. The evening—hosted

by Sheriff Ed Bonner—includes

dinner, silent auctions, and more.

Proceeds support child therapy,

after-school programs, and

parenting classes. kidsfirstnow.org/

denimanddiamonds2018

20

AUBURN COMMUNITY

HARVEST FESTIVAL.

Celebrate fall at this festival that

promises live music, giant pumpkin

and scarecrow contests, arts and

crafts, a costume contest, vendors,

carnival games, food, and lots of fun

from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. auburnrec.com/

events_communityfestival.php

20

TASTE OF PLACER. From

5:30-9 p.m. at the Roseville

Sports Center, enjoy unlimited food

and drinks from area businesses,

including The Monk’s Cellar and

Sienna Restaurant, in addition to

live music, dancing, a silent auction,

and raffles. Proceeds benefit Kellie’s

Cookies For Goodness Bakes, which

funds on-the-job training for local

foster youth. forgoodnessbakes.org

28

PLACERGROWN CROP

TO TABLETOP DINNER.

This much-anticipated annual farm

dinner from 5-9

p.m. includes

an array of

local foods

like grilled

meats,

in-season

salads

and sides,

and a fallflavored

dessert.

placergrown.org/events2/

placergrownmonth

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more events

6

COURAGEOUS HEART 5K AND

FUN RUN. This family-friendly

run and health expo—hosted by

Mended Little Hearts of Sacramento at

Johnson-Springview Park—raises both

awareness and money for families and

children impacted by congenital heart

disease (CHD). Funds raised help make

bravery bags (books, stuffed animals,

toiletries, goodies, and snacks) for

children undergoing open heart surgery.

The untimed run begins at 8:30 a.m.

and the expo continues until 1:30 p.m.

eventbrite.com/e/courageous-heartrun-tickets-47603790218

12

STARRY STARRY NIGHT

FALL GALA. Child Advocates of

Placer County invites you to celebrate

a colorful evening at The Falls Event

Center in Roseville from 6-10 p.m. Enjoy

a performance by world-renowned

artist David Garibaldi and other live art

exhibitors, dinner, and more. casaplacer.

org/event/starry-starry-night-fall-gala

13

TRAGEDY ON THE

TRANSCONTINENTAL. This

Wild West murder mystery event at

Sierra View Country Club from 6-10 p.m.

includes a BBQ dinner, Old West fashion,

an interactive theater experience, and

more. Proceeds benefit the Roseville

Historical Society. Costumes are

strongly encouraged. rosevillehistorical.

org/events-1

13

JESSUP GALA. William

Jessup University is hosting a

fundraising event where 100 percent

of the proceeds go toward student

scholarships. Beginning at 5 p.m.,

listen to faculty, alumni, and students

share how your donations have made

an impact at the university and in

the region beyond. 501auctions.com/

jessupgala

13

HOPS 'N VINES DINNER IN

THE GROVE. South Placer

Chef Matt Williams is preparing a

rustic, hyper-seasonal, four-course

menu sourced from the best of what's

locally grown and raised. Paired with

Placer County wines and craft brew at

Ternero Olive Orchard, this exclusive

dinner is a unique opportunity to

savor local products in an intimate

outdoor setting—all while sharing

the experience with the grower, chef,

winemaker, and brewer themselves.

http://forknroadproductions.com/hopsn-vines-dinner-in-the-grove.html

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SAFE AND SUPER

HALLOWEEN: DINOSAURS.

Come visit a magical land full of

dinosaurs at Fairytale Town. From

5-9 p.m., enjoy 15 treat stations,

take pictures with dinos, walk in a

costume parade, dig for fossils, and

more. fairytaletown.org/calendar

(ALSO 20, 21, & 28)

28

VOICES OF THE PASSED

CEMETERY TOUR. Rocklin

Historical Society is celebrating the city’s

125th anniversary with a tour of the

Historic Rocklin Cemetery, complete

with actors sharing stories from those

before us. Meet at the Q in Quarry Park

for the 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., or 1 p.m.

session to be transported by a historic

conveyance. rocklin.ca.us/event/voicespassed-cemetery-tour

30

STORY OF SURVIVAL

AND REBIRTH: GERMANY

THEN AND NOW. In honor of the 80th

anniversary from Kristallnacht, hear

the incredible story of Rabbi Yitzchak

Wagner—the first rabbi to settle in

his native city of Krefeld, Germany,

since World War II—about the deep

struggles that have contributed to the

resilience of Jewish life in Germany

today. Margot Goldberg—a survivor

who personally experienced the tragic

events of Kristallnacht—is giving a

special presentation as well. The lecture

begins at 7 p.m. at the Rocklin Event

Center. Admission for students is free.

jewishroseville.com

3

SAVE THE DATE!

NOVEMBER

WEASTER’S CORNHOLE

TOURNAMENT AND

FUNDRAISER. Help high school

math teacher Jenny Weast—who was

in a skiing accident at the age of 16

and became a quadriplegic— pay for

her monthly caregiving costs at this

cornhole tournament with dinner, live

music, a no-host bar, silent auction,

raffles, a kids’ fun zone, and more. The

event is at the Roseville Sports Center

from 6-10 p.m. sites.google.com/rjuhsd.

us/weasterswarriors/home

10

IMAGINARY DINNER GALA.

Family Green Survival is taking

a unique approach to fighting hunger

at 105 Vernon Street in Roseville.

Beginning at 5:30 p.m., guests will

simply imagine the food they’re being

served to raise awareness for hunger,

while magic, music, and games go on

in the background. Each dollar donated

will provide two BagOfLife meals to

those facing hunger in the community.

familygreensurvival.org/programs/

imaginarydiet

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outtakes

TASTE OF LOOMIS

June 15 // Blue Anchor Stage and Park, Loomis

1

Over 550 guests attended this sixth annual event

that featured beer, wine, and food samples from

local purveyors, in addition to live music and

auctions. All proceeds benefited For One Another

Foundation, which specializes in bringing waterfiltration

systems and hygiene education to

developing countries.

1 Volunteer Meghan Wood with friends 2 South Placer

Fire District 3 Sjon Smith and Carrie Beth 4 Danielle and

Benjamin Nieves

Photos by MATT CORLEY

2

3 4

1

BIG TRUCKS SUMMER

July 17 // Roseville Utility Exploration Center

At this fun-filled event, utility workers from the City of Roseville’s

wastewater team demonstrated how their high-tech equipment helps

keep water running smoothly in sewer pipes and kids participated in

interactive activities.

1 Miss Lisa of Roseville Libraries 2 Seamus O’Leary 3 William, Meredith, and Henry

Corona 4 Laurel and Grant McDonald 5 Ryan, Kinsely, and Ryker Lemons 6 Noah

Byer, Lucy and Henry Bai, and Jenny Li

Photos courtesy of the CITY OF ROSEVILLE

3

4

FRIDAY ALFRESCO

July 20 // Bogle Vineyards, Clarksburg

A Touch of Understanding (ATOU) was the featured

nonprofit at Bogle Winery’s annual Friday Alfresco

event where attendees listened to live music and

sipped wine. Proceeds benefited ATOU and their

mission of providing disability-awareness programs

designed to educate a new generation about the

challenges associated with disabilities and to accept

and respect all individuals.

1 Alayna and Alma Rudi 2 Sarah, Alan, and Lauren Martin 3 Tracy

and Jeff Smith with Bo Calderan

Photos courtesy of A TOUCH OF UNDERSTANDING

1

2

2

5 6

3

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GREAT SHOWS. UP CLOSE!

AIDA CUEVAS

AND MARIACHI JUVENIL TECALITLAN

TOTALMENTE JUAN GABRIEL

SUN OCT 7

SOWETO GOSPEL

CHOIR: SONGS

OF THE FREE

TUE OCT 9

KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS ®

WITH JEFFREY SIEGEL

CHOPIN IN PARIS

THU OCT 11

A NIGHT WITH

JANIS JOPLIN

WITH MARY BRIDGET DAVIES AS JANIS

FRI–SUN OCT 12–14

FIFTH HOUSE ENSEMBLE:

JOURNEY LIVE

TUE OCT 16

KEOLA BEAMER

& JEFF PETERSON

THU OCT 18

TECHNO CIRCUS

BY SIRO-A

THU OCT 25

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FRI–SUN OCT 26–28

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Tony ® -winner Diane Paulus

and based on the criticallyacclaimed

Academy Award ®

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Neverland tells the incredible

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outtakes

GOLF CLASSIC: MARGARITAS AND MULLIGANS

June 25 // The Ridge Golf Course and Events Center, Auburn

At this annual golf tournament hosted by Child Advocates of

Placer County, community partners helped raise awareness and

support for foster and at-risk youth in the community. Those

who sponsored, donated, played, and volunteered helped raise

over $45,000 for the nonprofit.

1 Don Kleinfelder, Anne Dixon, Art Lyon, and Steve Ries 2 Dan Baker, John

Cohagen, Jeff Flores, and Darryle Fukano 3 Erica Dias, Kendra Dornbusch,

Tracy Hanly, and Tyra Jarvis 4 Michael Antisdel, Patrick Higdon, Mike O’Niell,

and Greg Sutliff 5 Milan Milunovish, Jason Pino, Mike Richardson, and Lewis

Williams 6 Taylor Baierlein, Sharon Furling, and Jamie Nichols

Photos courtesy of CHILD ADVOCATES OF PLACER COUNTY

1

1

LOOMIS FRIDAY NIGHT FAMILY FEST

June 8 // Historic Loomis Train Depot

Plaza

Almost 500 people enjoyed arts and crafts,

local food and drink vendors, and perusing

business booths at this annual event hosted

by the City of Loomis and the Loomis

Chamber of Commerce. A kids’ area and

a free concert by the Rhythm Vandals was

also part of the evening’s entertainment.

1 Mike and Monica Broughan 2 Cora Jones and

Elora Camacho 3 Liam and Mila Broughan 4 Marty

and Michelle Metcalf 5 Danielle Easterly, Jessika

Myers, and Zoe Jewett 6 Avery Jones and Natalie

Keller

Photos by MARTIA GARCIA

2

2 3

3

4 5 6

POETRY CELLO

July 18 // Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Auburn

4

Award-winning poet Diane Frank and cellist Erik Ievins presented “Poetry Cello”—a

performance weaving poetry and music (courtesy of Bach Unaccompanied Cello Suites

and Erik’s original compositions)—at this Gold Country Writers meeting. The group gathers

every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon at Bethlehem Lutheran Church and all area writers

are encouraged to attend.

1 Erik Ievins and Diane Frank 2 Kate Luce, Susan Korn, and Betsy Schwarzentraub 3 Chery Anderson,

Kathryn Shields, and Del Dozier 4 Margie Yee Webb, Nanci Lee Woody, Jo Chandler, and Susan M. Osborn

Photos by MARGIE YEE WEBB AND BETSY SCHWARZENTRAUB

5 6

1

2

3

4

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I was ready to amputate my foot–

the pain was so bad, even after

surgical reconstruction. My doctor

at the time told me to wait, that

new technology was coming. That

was six years ago. In April, I was

referred to Dr. Cyphers. Looking

at my MRI, Dr. Cyphers told me

he could make me a brand new

ankle! For 30 years I suffered

with this injury. Seven weeks after

surgery, I’m walking and it feels

so natural. I even recently went on

a hike! It’s a miracle.

– TORI MOODY, AMADOR COUNTY

Brandon Beamer, MD Stephen Cyphers, MD Troy Dickson, MD Christopher Molitor, MD

Taylor Vance, MD

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the arts

Diane

Ruhkala Bell

A Happy Medium

by HEATHER L. BECKER

After majoring in art at Chico

State University, Diane

Ruhkala Bell went on to

study at Chouinard Art

Institute in Los Angeles.

Although she ended up working as a

designer for many years, Ruhkala Bell

never ceased to create art and continued

taking classes and workshops near

her hometown of Rocklin. “I think I’ve

always been an artist…intrigued by

shapes, colors, and textures.” These

days, the multi-faceted artist—whose

work is found in collections throughout

the U.S. and abroad in Finland, France,

and India—creates award-winning,

ethereal works in a variety of mediums,

including printmaking, oils, and wax.

Catch her in action at the annual Art

Studio Trek next spring.

HLB: WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT

YOUR COMMUNITY?

DRB: I’ve always lived in Rocklin, as did

my father’s family. I’m fortunate to have

a large, supportive extended Ruhkala

family here, as well as my husband,

who tolerates my messy studio and

collections of found objects: metal,

bones, beach finds, and even snakeskin!

HLB: DESCRIBE YOUR ARTISTIC

PROCESS.

DRB: I use many different

mediums in my artwork. I’ll

do a series of prints on my

press, and then a series of

assemblage pieces using

the remnants of Rocklin’s

old quarry sheds. I use

acrylics and more recently

encaustic (beeswax and

resin), cold wax, and oil. I

often combine several different

mediums in one piece.

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Artwork photos courtesy of DIANE RUHKALA BELL.

Artist photos by DANTE FONTANA.


Heat

Under the Wharf

Energy

Mixing it Up

HLB: YOU PREFER YOUR WORK TO BE MORE

ELUSIVE—WHY IS THAT?

DRB: I like allowing people viewing [my work]

to wonder a little and come up with their

own interpretation of what I’m trying to say.

I usually start with something random and

watch where it takes me—I have to play with

the process and see what happens.

One World

Jerry’s Jeans and Diane’s Dreams

HLB: YOU’RE HIGHLY INVOLVED WITH YOUTH

AND THE ARTS. WHY IS THIS AN IMPORTANT

CAUSE FOR YOU?

DRB: I enjoy sharing my art techniques during

local open studio events. Children love using

my printing press, and their creativity amazes

me. We all need creative outlets to balance

out the “have-tos” in our sometimes-stressful

lives. Creating art is something I have to do;

it’s a part of who I am.

HLB: DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR

ASPIRING ARTISTS?

DRB: Keep creating art, even when you think you

don’t have time or you’re not feeling inspired.

Visit art galleries, attend artist talks, and take

workshops from inspiring teachers, but find

your own unique voice.

dianeruhkalabell.com

artbeat

October 20 – Symphony Night. Listen to the Auburn

Symphony Clarinet Quartet while enjoying beer, wine, and

heavy appetizers at this closing reception from 5-8:30 p.m.

for the Mya Louw Show and Art Bra Show. bluelinearts.org/

event/symphony-night-milton-bowens-reception

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health & wellness

Beat

the

Odds

8 Ways to Reduce Your

Breast Cancer Risk

by KOURTNEY JASON

"

Approximately one in eight women around the

world will be diagnosed with breast cancer,” says

Mili Arora, MD, an oncologist at the UC Davis

Comprehensive Cancer Center. “Despite this

statistic, the overall incidence of breast cancer

is decreasing—both in part due to better screening as well as better

therapies for early stage disease.”

So what’s your risk? And is there anything you can do to lower

your chances of being diagnosed? With October being Breast Cancer

Awareness Month, local doctors shared eight ways for you to take

action now.

1 Ask about your family history.

In January 2018, there were 3.1 million women in the U.S. with a family

history of breast cancer. It’s the most common cancer in women,

second only to skin cancer, says Rashmi Ramasubbaiah, MD, an

oncologist associated with Marshall Medical Center. “Talk to your family

members and [have an open dialogue] about cancer,” she suggests.

“Parents, siblings, and children are first-degree relatives; aunts, uncles,

grandparents, and grandkids are second-degree relatives. Make a

family tree. Ask specifically about cancers of breast, ovaries, prostate,

stomach, thyroid, colon, sarcoma, uterus, and melanoma of the skin.”

2 Know your body.

The frequency of performing self-breast exams is somewhat

controversial, Dr. Arora says. “That being said, the most important thing

is that you do them! It should be a reminder for you to undergo clinical

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breast exams with your primary care provider.” Daniel Herron, MD, a

diagnostic radiology specialist with Mercy Imaging Centers, wants

you to recognize when your breasts change. “Instead of encouraging

women to regularly examine their own breasts, it’s recommended

that women become more aware of the normal appearance and feel

of them. If a woman notices a mass, discharge from one of her nipples,

dimpling or puckering of the skin, pulling in of the nipple, an area of

redness, or new pain in part of a breast, she should notify her health

care provider,” he says.

3 Get check-ups.

For women of average risk (meaning no family history of breast or

ovarian cancer), annual screening mammograms are recommended

for women at 40 years old, and a clinical breast exam and general

awareness of breast cancer is recommended for women between

25-40 years old, Dr. Ramasubbaiah says. Kristie Bobolis, MD, medical

director of Sutter Roseville Medical Center’s breast cancer program,

says if there’s a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, you should

talk to your doctor about a more comprehensive risk assessment to

see if you qualify for enhanced breast screening, including breast MRI

scans, starting even younger than age 40.

4 Don’t ignore it if you feel a lump.

Most of the time, breast lumps tend to be benign—only 15 percent

are potentially cancerous—Dr. Ramasubbaiah says. If it persists and

doesn’t go away within one week, get it checked. “It doesn't matter

how old you are. If you feel a breast lump, please get it evaluated;

additionally, look for change in contour of the breast, with new breast

dimpling, nipple discharge, nipple retraction, redness of breast, or a

lump under the armpit.”

5 Be aware of when the odds change.

Dr. Herron says the reason we recommend women begin testing for

breast cancer at age 40 is because a woman in her 30s has a 1 in 227

chance of getting cancer. That changes to 1 in 68 in her 40s. The risk

then gradually increases, with women in their 70s having a 1 in 26

chance of getting breast cancer.

6 Make healthy choices whenever

possible.

“We’re learning that one’s lifestyle

does indeed have a connection to

breast cancer,” says Ernie Bodai,

MD, director of the Breast Cancer

Survivorship Institute at Kaiser

Permanente in Sacramento.

“Some of the more significant risk

factors include being obese, eating

unhealthily, and having a sedentary

lifestyle.” The best way to minimize

your risk is to live a healthy lifestyle,

which consists of a nutritious diet. Dr.

Bodai recommends minimizing your

intake of meat and dairy products and

concentrating more on whole food,

plant-based diets. “These healthier

diets include fresh fruits and vegetables, avoiding processed foods as

much as possible, getting your protein from beans and legumes, and

having a small amount of nuts and seeds.”

7 Maintain an active lifestyle.

Exercise and sleep are both important for your health, which can

be “as simple as walking 30 minutes a day for five days a week,” Dr.

Bodai says. “We need to get adequate sleep, because being well-rested

decreases stress, and stress is another promoter of inflammation

and malignancy.” He also advises against tobacco use and suggests

minimizing alcohol consumption.

8 If it’s an option, breastfeed your

baby.

Dr. Herron confirms that breastfeeding lowers your risk of breast

cancer. “The longer, the better,” he says. “Women breastfeeding a

lifetime total of more than two years have the most benefit. It will also

lower your risk of diabetes and ovarian cancer.”

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cause & effect

What Would

Jesus Do?

Giving Hope to the Homeless

by TARA MENDANHA // photos by DANTE FONTANA

Sherry Schiele started What Would Jesus Do? (WWJD?) in 1998. It was

a question she not only pondered but also acted upon, through homeless

outreach and advocacy. Today, almost 20 years after her death, Schiele’s

work still continues by determined WWJD? volunteers who strive to help

the homeless.

“We have a group of very caring people who want to make a difference by

helping [others],” says Mike Troy, current president of WWJD?.

Volunteers assist through social and community outreach,

food purchasing, site coordination, communications, and

giving of themselves wholeheartedly, just like Schiele once

did.

The non-denominational nonprofit assists Placer

County’s homeless and working poor through the

distribution of food, toiletries, blankets, and clothing, among

other items. Their mission is to compassionately respond to

the needs of the homeless, in turn, spreading warmth and

kindness throughout the region.

Through their mobile ministry, they

serve around 30,000 meals a year to people in

Roseville, Auburn, and Colfax and have vans

that go out into the community providing

coffee, oatmeal, donuts, hot chocolate, and

bags of food with enough provisions for

one day. They often have something for pet

companions, too.

Perhaps more importantly, however,

they provide friendship and a sense that all

are loved and welcome. “Many of our clients

have mental issues and substance [abuse]

problems, but they weren’t always that way,”

says Troy. “These are the people society has

given up on…and we just want to help them

survive.”

The idea is earnest enough, but even still,

WWJD? has had some hiccups. Ordinances

have forced them to limit their reach,

following complaints made by residents

who didn’t want to see homeless people in

their neighborhoods and parks. The irony

is that most people do want to help, but the

close proximity of their homeless brethren

is unsettling to some. Nonetheless, the

organization soldiers on. “Our plans are to

continue to try and survive financially and

give everything we get to those we serve,”

Troy says. The team has witnessed several

homeless individuals gain employment

and obtain transitional housing—some

have even returned to volunteer with

the organization—and that sense of

accomplishment is shared by all involved.

Those who wish to help can do so by

adopting their van for a day, which costs

$130 and will feed the homeless in Roseville

for one day. WWJD? is also looking to start

their own signature fundraiser and is

seeking interested volunteers. Currently,

their funding comes from individuals—as

opposed to corporate sponsors—who part

with $5-$25.

So why do they do it? According to founder

Schiele, “There’s never a good reason for

not helping others,” and it was that looming

question—“What would Jesus do?”—that

guided her ministry, her principles, and her

life. Today, it serves as a poignant reminder

for WWJD? volunteers to serve the least

among us. wwjdinc.org

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home design

Simply Clean

10 Steps to an Organized Closet

by KERRIE L. KELLY, FASID

Is it just me or do you process change by

cleaning and organizing, too? A feeling of

“everything in its place”—at work and

at home—gives me a sense of general

life order. And what better place to start

organizing than your closet? As we enter

the busiest time of the year, here are my top tips

for making your closet clutter-free.

1//Make it a Family Affair

Getting your partner and kids involved in

organizing can make a difference in your family’s day-to-day

life. Everyone should be in charge of his or her own clothes,

accessories, and toys. This will cut your cleaning time in half and

ensure nothing important is thrown away by mistake.

2//Start from Scratch

Pulling everything (yes, everything!) out of your closet is the

most effective way to get to the bottom of it. If you don’t, chances

are, the same unworn clothes will end up staying

in your closet.

3//Stage a Rolling Rack

Staging your items on a rolling rack makes the

step above a much easier task. Not only can you

see what you’re dealing with, but you can ask

yourself: “Should this really go back in my clean

closet?”

4//Out with the Odd

Bank statements, insurance information, and tax documents

don’t belong next to your shoes, scarves, and sweaters. Remove

items that have no business in your closet and create a computer

file to organize and store them in one accessible place; file the

remaining papers in an office cabinet.

5//Sort it Out

Now it’s time to sort. Throw out old and damaged clothing, and

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All photos courtesy of KKDL.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

ROSEVILLE CITY COUNCIL

Krista

Bernasconi

Krista4council.com

facebook.com/Krista4Council/

donate what you don’t need or don’t wear.

6//Organize in Sections

Designate a place for everything—shoes in one place, sweaters

in another, and so on—to help you keep order and save you time

each morning. Make smart use of the space by installing shelves

to double your storage and help sweaters and T-shirts better keep

their shape.

7//Apply the 80/20 Rule

You may not want to admit it, but the majority of clothes you have

probably go unworn. It’s said that the average American only wears

10-20 percent of their wardrobe. To cut down on the fluff, remove

items you haven’t worn in a year. Drop off the excess at Goodwill,

your favorite consignment store, or arrange a clothing swap with

friends.

BACKGROUND

Krista Bernasconi is a

veteran, and has served

as a Roseville City

School District Board

Member and Roseville

Planning Commissioner.

She and her husband

Tony have 11 year old

twins, Nick and Ella.

ABOUT

Roseville is a special place and Krista is committed to

making sure it stays that way. A Roseville native, small

business owner, U.S. Navy veteran and working parent,

Krista wants to serve on the city council to ensure Roseville

remains the vibrant and safe community that attracted us all

here. With many years of community leadership behind her,

serving the city and its residents will be her highest honor.

Paid for by Krista Bernasconi for City Council 2018 ID #1402017

8//Create Consistency

Are your shoes overtaking the space? Try a hanging-shoe rack,

over-the-door organizer, or displaying them on shelving by color.

Do your clothes overcrowd the closet? Use a thin black hanger to

create space and visual consistency so you can find things more

easily. Feeling rushed each morning? Dividing shirts, dresses, jeans,

and jackets will bring a sense of order and save time. Solving your

biggest challenges will motivate you to create your dream closet.

9//One In, One Out

For each new piece of clothing you buy, donate one item. This

will keep you from returning to your pack rat ways. After the “big

clean,” dedicate 15 minutes a week to straightening your closet.

Spending this small amount of time will ensure you never have to

go through a major declutter again.

10//Reward Yourself

Recognize and celebrate what you’ve done. Treat yourself to some

new hangers or buy that handbag you’ve been eyeing. Now, you

actually have room for it!

Kerrie L. Kelly, FASID, is an award-winning

interior designer, author, product developer, and

multimedia consultant helping brands reach the

interior design community. To contact her, visit

kerriekelly.com or call 916-706-2089.

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swag

“Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy” Bottle

Opener, $13.99, and “Feeling Saucy”

Spoon Rest, $5.49, at Nothing Bundt

Cakes, 1112 Galleria Boulevard,

Suite 140, Roseville. 916-780-2253,

nothingbundtcakes.com

Lone Buffalo 2015

Thunder Beast Zinfandel,

$30 at Lone Buffalo

Vineyards, 7505

Wise Road, Auburn.

530-823-1159,

lonebuffalovineyards.

com

Lime and Salt Rimmer Margarita Set,

$18, and “Just in Queso” Dip Set, $21,

at Remedy RX Pharmacy, 1420 East

Roseville Parkway, Suite 130, Roseville.

916-740-1600, myremedyrx.com

Out of Bounds Brewing

Company Joyrider IPA, $5.99,

and Dalmatia Fig Spread, $6.99,

at Nugget Markets, 771 Pleasant

Grove Boulevard, Roseville. 916-

746-7799, nuggetmarket.com

Ultimate Copper Utensils, $159.96 at

Williams-Sonoma, 1151 Galleria Boulevard,

Suite 128, Roseville. 916-788-1240, williamssonoma.com

Acorn Napkin, $5, and "Be

Still" Mug, $16, at Ambience

Floral Design & Gifts, 1249

Pleasant Grove Boulevard,

Suite 100, Roseville. 916-786-

6851, ambiencefloral.com

CREAME

GCROP

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Foodie Finds

by CLAIRE HAUPT

Cinnamon Pear Balsamic Vinegar, $17.25 (375 ml) at

Pairings, 701 Pleasant Grove Boulevard, Roseville. 916-

772-7247, pairingsevoo.com

Shafts Blue Cheese,

$16.99/lb., at Whole

Foods Market, 1001

Galleria Boulevard,

Roseville. 916-781-5300,

wholefoodsmarket.com

Apple Donuts,

$1.50+ each/$15+

dozen, and Apple

Fritter, $5+, at High

Hill Ranch, 2901 High

Hill Road, Placerville.

530-644-1973,

highhillranch.com

"Don't Worry, Be Hoppy" Bottle Opener, "Feeling Saucy" Coaster, Joyrider IPA, Dalmatia Fig Spread,

Acorn Napkin, Be Still Mug, Boska Cheesy Knife and Shafts Blue Cheese photos by Ray Burgess. Other

photos courtesy of their respective companies or organizations.

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Best

of

’18

2018

Break out the bubbly! We’re celebrating the

best our region has to offer, from bars and

breweries to day spas, yoga studios, and

everything in between. Find your favorites,

or discover a new local gem to check out.


Arts

BEST PERFORMING ARTS

ORGANIZATION

1. Roseville Theatre Arts

Academy

2. Rocklin Community Theatre

3. Placer Theatre Ballet

Honorable mention: Blacktop

Comedy

BEST ART GALLERY

1. Blue Line Arts

2. Art League of Lincoln

3. Auburn Old Town Gallery

Automotive

BEST AUTO REPAIR

1. Kniesel’s Auto Service

Centers

2. Automotive Service of

Roseville

3. John’s Auto Care

BEST AUTO BODY SHOP

1. J & J Body Shop

2. Kniesel’s Collision

3. Caliber Collision

BEST OIL CHANGE

1. Five Star Auto Center

2. SpeeDee Oil Change & Auto

Service

3. Automotive Service of

Roseville


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BEST BARTENDER

1. Tony Molina at Hawks

2. Paige Flynn at Paul Martin’s

American Grill

3. Jon Tyrrell at Land Ocean

New American Grill

Food

BEST ICE CREAM/FROZEN

TREATS

1. Leatherby’s Family

Creamery

2. Big Spoon Yogurt

3. Yogurt Time

BEST BREAKFAST

1. Four Sisters Café

2. Peg’s Glorified Ham n Eggs

3. Venita Rhea’s

BEST SUSHI/JAPANESE

RESTAURANT

1. Mikuni Japanese

Restaurant & Sushi Bar

2. Blue Nami Sushi

3. Tang’s Sushi

BEST MEXICAN RESTAURANT

1. Zócalo

2. Carmelita’s Mexican

Restaurant

3. Lorenzo’s Mexican Restaurant

BEST SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

1. McCormick & Schmick’s

Seafood & Steaks

2. Scott’s Seafood Grill and Bar

3. Land Ocean New American

Grill

BEST BURGER AND FRIES

1. Squeeze Burger

2. MOOYAH Burgers, Fries

and Shakes

3. Krush Burger

BEST SMOG SHOP

1. Smog ‘N Go

2. Smog King

3. Rocklin Smog and Auto Repair

BEST CAR WASH

1. Five Star Auto Center

2. Bob’s Car Wash & Detail

3. Justin’s Roseville

Car Wash Center

BEST CAR DEALERSHIP

1. Future Nissan of Roseville

2. Roseville Toyota

3. CarMax

Drinks

BEST COCKTAILS

1. La Provence Restaurant &

Terrace

2. Paul Martin’s American Grill

3. Fat’s Asia Bistro

BEST HAPPY HOUR

1. Paul Martin’s

American Grill

2. Fat’s Asia Bistro

3. Final Gravity

BEST WINERY

1. Wise Villa Winery

2. Lone Buffalo Vineyards

3. Casque Wines

BEST SPORTS BAR

1. Halftime Bar & Grill

2. Bar 101 Eats & Drinks

3. Scoreboards Pizza & Grill

BEST BRUNCH

1. Paul Martin’s

American Grill

2. Sienna Restaurant

3. La Provence Restaurant &

Terrace

BEST PIZZA

1. Chicago Fire

2. Rosati’s Authentic

Chicago Pizza

3. Trademark Pizza Company

BEST BBQ

1. Lucille’s Smokehouse

Bar-B-Que

2. Back Forty Texas BBQ

3. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

BEST COFFEE/TEA SHOP

1. Shady Coffee & Tea

2. Bloom Coffee & Tea

3. The Fig Tree

BEST ITALIAN RESTAURANT

1. The Place

2. Vaiano Trattoria

3. Rosati’s Authentic Chicago

Pizza

BEST CHINESE RESTAURANT

1. Fat’s Asia Bistro

2. P.F. Chang’s

3. Jing Jing Chinese Cuisine

BEST INDIAN RESTAURANT

1. Mehfil Indian Restaurant

2. India Oven

3. Tandoori Bite

BEST STEAKHOUSE

1. Ruth’s Chris Steak House

2. High Steaks Steakhouse at

Thunder Valley Casino Resort

3. Cattlemens

BEST WINE BAR

1. House of Oliver

Wine Lounge

2. Carpe Vino

3. Paul Martin’s American Grill

BEST BAR

1. The Monk’s Cellar

2. The Boxing Donkey

3. Scoreboards Pizza & Grill

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BEST FAMILY RESTAURANT

1. Rosati’s Authentic

Chicago Pizza

2. Buca di Beppo

3. The Original Mel’s Diner

BEST ROMANTIC RESTAURANT

1. La Provence Restaurant &

Terrace

2. Hawks

3. Sienna Restaurant

BEST OVERALL RESTAURANT

1. The Chef’s Table

2. La Provence Restaurant &

Terrace

3. Paul Martin’s American Grill


BEST BANK

1. Wells Fargo

2. Tri Counties Bank

3. Chase

BEST CREDIT UNION

1. SAFE Credit Union

2. Golden 1 Credit Union

3. Patelco Credit Union

BEST HANDYMAN

1. Grandpa’s Truck

Construction Services

2. Jerry Peterson Construction

3. Bill Ewing at Handyman-For-

Hire

BEST CATERER

1. Randy Peters Catering

and Event Center

2. T-Bone’s BBQ

3. Catering by Design

BEST HOME REMODELER

1. Roseville Remodeling

Construction

2. Eberle Remodeling

3. Guchi Interior Design

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BEST CASUAL RESTAURANT

1. Land Ocean New

American Grill

2. Rosati’s Authentic

Chicago Pizza

3. Vaiano Trattoria

BEST THAI RESTAURANT

1. Thai Basil

2. My Thai Kitchen

3. Pinto Thai Bistro

BEST MIDDLE EASTERN

RESTAURANT

1. Anatolian Table

2. Famous Kabob

3. Wally’s Café

BEST VEGETARIAN

1. Whole Foods Market

2. Zest Kitchen

3. Garden of Eat’n

BEST SALAD

1. Jack’s Urban Eats

2. Garden of Eat’n

3. Pluto’s

BEST DELI

1. Beach Hut Deli

2. Dominick’s Italian

Market & Deli

3. Erik’s DeliCafé

BEST CAKES & CUPCAKES

1. Nothing Bundt Cakes

2. Icing on the Cupcake

3. TIE: Little Bliss Cakery AND

Smallcakes

BEST BAKERY

1. BAD Bakers

2. New Dawn Gluten Free Bakery

3. JD’s Bakery & Caribbean Café

BEST OUTDOOR DINING

1. La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

2. Paul Martin’s American Grill

3. Pink Martini Bar & Bistro

BEST TAKEOUT

1. Dos Coyotes Border Café

2. Rosati’s Authentic

Chicago Pizza

3. Dominick’s Italian

Market & Deli

BEST SERVER

1. Julie Figueroa at Land

Ocean New American

Grill

2. Kristin Aguilera at

Scoreboards Pizza & Grill

3. Homero Gonzalez at The Place

Home & Finance

BEST REAL ESTATE AGENT

1. Parmis Pourarian

2. Mimi Nassif

3. Cristie Akers

BEST ACCOUNTANT

1. Karen Peak, CPA, MST

2. Fred Crooks, CPA

3. Khinh Hoang, CPA

BEST ATTORNEY

1. Lynn A. Dean

at Seasons Law

2. Kent W. Meyer

at Yee Law Group

3. Roger D. Linn at

Barnett & Linn

BEST ELECTRICIAN

1. Roseville Rocklin Electric

2. Phil Haupt Electric

3. BC Electric

BEST PLUMBER

1. Class Act Plumbing,

Heating & Air

2. Crystal Blue Plumbing,

Heating & Air

3. Russell Plumbing

BEST INTERIOR DESIGNER

1. Tami Teel Designs

2. TIE: Nina Bryan Interior

Design AND Guchi Interior

Design

3. Launch Interior Design


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BEST PAINTING CONTRACTOR

1. Richards Painting

2. AndSon Painting

3. Trico Painting

BEST LANDSCAPING

1. Capital Landscape

2. TIE: Executive Care

Landscaping AND Shear

Perfection Landscape &

Maintenance Co.

3. Placer Valley Landscaping &

Maintenance

BEST CHEF

1. Taro Arai at Mikuni

Japanese Restaurant &

Sushi Bar

2. Roderick Williams (formerly)

at La Provence Restaurant &

Terrace

3. Corey Belanger at The Chef’s

Table

BEST CARPET CLEANING

1. The Specialists

2. Mission Carpet Care

3. Carter’s Carpet Restoration

BEST HOUSE CLEANING

1. Got it Maid

2. Molly Maid of Placer County

3. Maid Happy

BEST POOL SERVICE

1. Aquatique Pool Service

2. Dennett Pools

3. Pool Bright Pool Service

BEST LAW PRACTICE

1. Seasons Law

2. Bowen & Nguyen, LLP

3. Yee Law Group

BEST BREWERY

1. The Monk’s Cellar

2. Knee Deep Brewing Co.

3. Out of Bounds Brewing

Company

BEST SOLAR COMPANY

1. Sunworks Solar Power

2. Tesla Energy Solar

3. Magic Sun Solar

BEST HOME DÉCOR STORE

1. Bushnell Gardens

Nursery

2. Pottery World

3. HomeGoods

BEST FURNITURE STORE

1. RC Willey

2. La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries

3. Crate and Barrel

BEST FLOOR

COVERINGS STORE

1. S&G Carpet and More

2. Floor & Decor

3. Good Brothers Flooring Plus

BEST WINDOW

COVERINGS STORE

1. Blind Spot Blinds and

Shutters

2. Blind Corners

3. California Window Fashions

Kids & Education

BEST KIDS’ BIRTHDAY

PARTY SPOT

1. Wacky Tacky

2. THE STUDIO Martial Arts &

Fitness

3. Xtreme Craze

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BEST ACUPUNCTURIST

1. Lin Pan, LAc, OMD, at

Pan Acupuncture & Herb

2. Jennifer Niemeyer, LAc,

DAOM, MSAOM, at The Root

Wellness

3. Gregory Brown, LAc, at

Roseville Acupuncture

BEST KIDS’ ACTIVITY

1. THE STUDIO Martial Arts

& Fitness (Ninja Obstacle

Course)

2. Wacky Tacky

3. Strikes Unlimited

Medical & Dental

BEST SENIOR LIVING CENTER

1. Eskaton

2. Casa de Santa Fe

3. Oakmont of Roseville

BEST PHYSICAL THERAPIST

1. Kristin Wetter, RPT, at

Sacramento Spine &

Physical Therapy

2. Bryan Phillips, RPT, at

Sacramento Spine & Physical

Therapy

3. Chris Gulbrandson, MPT,

at Rebound Rehab Physical

Therapy

BEST MEDICAL PRACTICE

1. Roseville Dermatology

2. Revolutions Naturopathic

3. Placer Dermatology and Skin

Care Center

BEST DOCTOR

1. Christopher Ha, MD,

FAAD

2. Raymond E. Turnure III, MD

3. Deva Gowda, MD

BEST DERMATOLOGIST

1. Scott B. Hearth, MD,

FAAD, at Granite Bay

Dermatology and Laser

Center

2. Christopher Ha, MD, FAAD, at

Roseville Dermatology

3. Artur Henke, MD, at Placer

Dermatology and Skin Care

Center

BEST CHILDREN’S CLOTHING

STORE

1. Crazy 8

2. Once Upon A Child

3. Janie and Jack

BEST PRESCHOOL

1. Granite Bay Montessori

2. Adventure Christian School

3. KidsPark

A very close #4: Childtime of Roseville

BEST TOY STORE

1. Learning Express Toys

2. Lakeshore Learning Store

3. Target


BEST CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE

1. The Specific Chiropractic

Center

2. Gade Chiropractic

3. Warren Chiropractic

BEST CHIROPRACTOR

1. Alicia Tsounis, DC, at

The Specific Chiropractic

Center

2. Gary Gade, DC, at Gade

Chiropractic

3. Jared M. Thomas, DC, at

Thomas Chiropractic

BEST WEIGHT LOSS CENTER

1. Rocklin Weight Loss

2. Hendricks for Health

3. Physicians Weight Clinic

BEST PLASTIC SURGEON

1. Arnold C. Almonte, DO, at

The Almonte Center

2. Scott Green, MD

3. TIE: Jonathan M. Sykes, MD,

AND Christa Clark, MD, FACS

BEST DOCTOR FOR COSMETIC

PROCEDURES

1. Arnold C. Almonte, DO, at

The Almonte Center

2. Celia Remy, MDPC, at Vitality

Stem Cell & Aesthetic

Medicine

3. Scott B. Hearth, MD, FAAD, at

Granite Bay Dermatology and

Laser Center

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BEST TUTORING SERVICE

1. Mathnasium

2. Huntington Learning Center

3. Absolute Mathematics

BEST PRIVATE SCHOOL

1. St. Albans Country Day

School

2. Adventure Christian School

3. Granite Bay Montessori


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BEST MED SPA

1. Vitality Stem Cell &

Aesthetic Medicine

2. Granite Bay Dermatology and

Laser Center

3. Roseville Dermatology

A very close #4: Laser Esthetica

Personal Services

BEST BARBERSHOP

1. Roosters Men’s

Grooming Center

2. Refine Men’s Salon

3. Hunter’s Barber Shop

BEST SALON

1. Willo Aveda Salon Spa

2. Bellissimi Colori at Studio 55

Salon Suites

3. VAULT Salon

A very close #4: Atrium Salon Spa

BEST GENERAL PRACTITIONER

1. Linda Agresti, DO

2. John Doolittle, MD

3. Deva Gowda, MD

BEST VISION CENTER

1. Viewpoint Optometry

2. Roseville Vision Center

3. Granite Pointe Eye Care

BEST HEARING AID CENTER

1. Whisper Hearing Center

2. Clarity Hearing Aid Center

3. Bloom Hearing Aid Center

BEST PEDIATRICIAN

1. Irene Chen, MD

2. Angelica Ha, MD

3. Lenbert Wong, MD

BEST DENTIST

1. Firas Nassif, DMD,

at Dental Designs of

Roseville

2. Mark E. Arena, DDS, at Blue

Oak Dental

3. Adam L. Haney, DDS, at Haney

Family Dentistry

BEST DENTAL OFFICE

1. Blue Oak Dental

2. Dental Designs of Roseville

3. Weideman Pediatric Dentistry

and Orthodontics

BEST ORAL SURGEON

1. Gregory S. Pluckhan, DDS

2. Kenneth Wong, DDS

3. Gregory G. Olsen, DDS

BEST ORTHODONTIST

1. Dwight A. Miller, DDS

2. Mark Holt, DDS

3. R. Christian Solem, DMD

BEST PEDIATRIC DENTIST

1. Monica Tavallaei, DMD, at

Make a Smile Children’s

Dental, Orthodontics,

Endodontics and Oral

Surgery

2. TIE: Lora Foster Rode, DDS,

at Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry

AND Jessica Alt, DDS, at

Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry

3. Jeff Sue, DDS, at Weideman

Pediatric Dentistry and

Orthodontics

BEST PEDIATRIC DENTAL

OFFICE

1. Rocklin Pediatric

Dentistry

2. Weideman Pediatric Dentistry

and Orthodontics

3. Smile Gallery Pediatric

Dentistry

BEST PHARMACY

1. Remedy RX Pharmacy &

Compounding

2. Main Drug Store

3. Advantage Pharmaceuticals

BEST HAIR STYLIST

1. Bryan Barnes at

Bellissimi Colori at Studio

55 Salon Suites

2. Jules Hatton at Jules Hair

Design at Sola Salon Studios

3. Melissa Stahl at Studio M2

BEST MENTAL HEALTH

PROFESSIONAL

1. Loretta Parker, MS, LMFT

2. Ashlee Janzen, MS, LMFT

3. Renae Linder, MSW, LCSW

A very close #4: Shelley Balla-

Hawkins, MA, LMFT

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BEST PLACE FOR A FACIAL

1. Laser Esthetica

2. Granite Bay Dermatology and

Laser Center

3. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

BEST FACIALIST

1. Amy Zunich at Serenity

Spa | Soul Yoga

2. Nikki Mann (formerly) at

Laser Esthetica

3. Sherry Anselmo at Roseville

Dermatology

A very close #4 and #5: Noki Ellison

(formerly) at Atrium Salon Spa

AND Dawn Wilson at Granite Bay

Dermatology and Laser Center

Pets

BEST VETERINARIAN

1. Bruce Carstens, DVM

2. Eric Grunder, DVM

3. Jyl Rubin, DVM

BEST VETERINARY PRACTICE

1. VCA Loomis Basin

Veterinary Clinic

2. Rocklin Road Animal Hospital

3. Dr. Jyl’s Mobile Vet Connection

A very close #4: Bayside Animal

Hospital

BEST PET STORE

1. The Doggie Bag

2. Ben’s Barketplace

3. Posh Puppy Boutique

BEST PET BOARDING

1. Aunt Cynthia’s Bed and

Biscuit Inn

2. Rocklin Road Animal Hospital

3. All Pets Boarding Resort

Shopping

& Services

BEST FLORIST

1. Rocklin Florist

2. Blossoms & Balloons Florist

3. Ambience Floral

Design & Gifts

BEST FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

1. Enchanted Images

2. Manhart Photography

3. Jacqueline Photography

BEST DRY CLEANERS

1. Bud’s Dry Cleaning

2. Fresh Cleaners

3. Judi’s Cleaners

BEST TAILOR

1. Four Seasons Tailoring

2. A Fitting Tailor

3. Anthony’s Tailoring

BEST PRINT AND SIGN SHOP

1. Sir Speedy Roseville

2. Avalon Printing & Graphics

3. Signs on Time


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BEST MANI/PEDI PLACE

1. BB Nail Spa

2. Roseville Nail Spa

3. Pleasant Nails

BEST TANNING SALON

1. California Sun

2. Andrea Aguon at Studio 55

Salon Suites

3. Amazing Tans

BEST WAXING SALON

1. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

2. European Wax Center

3. Atrium Salon Spa

BEST THREADING PLACE

1. Ruby’s Bangles

2. Beauty by Thread

3. Beauty Brows Roseville

BEST PET TRAINER

1. Paws in Progress

2. Who Trains Who Pet

Obedience

3. P.E.T. Your Dog

BEST PLACE FOR A MASSAGE

1. Roseville Health &

Wellness Center

2. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

3. Atrium Salon Spa

BEST MASSAGE THERAPIST

1. Felicia Burns at Serenity

Spa | Soul Yoga

2. Renee VonFeldt at Roseville

Health & Wellness Center

3. J.R. Dagohoy at Serenity Spa |

Soul Yoga

BEST DAY SPA

1. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

2. Spa at Thunder Valley

3. Atrium Salon Spa

BEST PET GROOMER

1. Bark Avenue

2. Pro-Groom

3. Posh Paws Grooming Salon

BEST MAKEUP ARTIST

1. Carly Sherer at Roseville

Dermatology

2. Jenifer Haupt at I Make

Beautiful

3. Lea Buehler BGorgeous


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BEST FINE JEWELRY STORE

1. Kenny G & Company Fine

Jewelers

2. Bianca’s Fine Jewelry

3. Guzzetta Jewelers

BEST LOCAL BUSINESS

1. THE STUDIO Martial Arts

& Fitness

2. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

3. Pairings

BEST MALL/SHOPPING

CENTER

1. Fountains at Roseville

2. Westfield Galleria at Roseville

3. Downtown Historic Roseville

BEST BOUTIQUE

1. Rock Hill Boutique

2. Button Up Boutique

3. Bayabelle Boutique

BEST MUSIC STORE/LESSONS

1. The Strum Shop

2. Bach to Rock

3. TIE: CB Music AND Spotlight

Music Lessons

BEST BOOKSTORE

1. Barnes & Noble

2. Half Price Books

3. The Book Cellar

BEST GARDEN CENTER

1. Green Acres Nursery and

Supply

2. High-Hand Nursery

3. Bushnell Gardens Nursery

BEST FARMERS’ MARKET

1. PlacerGROWN Farmers’

Market at Whole Foods

Market at the Fountains

2. Denio’s Farmers Market and

Swap Meet

3. PlacerGROWN Farmers’

Market at Old Town Auburn

Courthouse

BEST HEALTH FOOD/

NUTRITION SHOP

1. Sunrise Natural Foods

2. Whole Foods Market

3. Elliott’s Fine Nutrition

BEST CASINO

1. Thunder Valley Casino

Resort

2. Red Hawk Casino

3. Peppermill Resort Spa Casino

BEST GROCERY STORE

1. Whole Foods Market

2. Trader Joe’s

3. Nugget Markets

BEST SWIM SCHOOL

1. Sea Otter Swim Lessons

2. Mike Shellito Indoor Pool

3. Dolphin Swim School

BEST PRODUCE DEPARTMENT

1. Nugget Markets

2. Whole Foods Market

3. Trader Joe’s

BEST CONSIGNMENT SHOP

1. Sei Bella Boutique

2. Reinvent Clothing Boutique &

Consignment

3. Threads Clothing Exchange

BEST GIFT SHOP

1. Pairings

2. Ambience Floral Design &

Gifts

3. Rock Hill Boutique

BEST MUSEUM

1. Carnegie Museum

2. Maidu Museum and Historic

Site

3. Roseville Telephone Museum

Sports, Fitness,

& Recreation

BEST GYM/HEALTH CLUB

1. Roseville Health &

Wellness Center

2. Johnson Ranch Racquet Club,

a Spare Time Club

3. California Family Fitness

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BEST PERSONAL TRAINER

1. Mark Cavallaro at

Roseville Health &

Wellness Center

2. Katie Walker at THE STUDIO

Martial Arts & Fitness

3. Fitbody by Tiara

A very close #4: Brian Montagnes

at THE STUDIO Martial Arts &

Fitness

BEST SPECIALTY FITNESS

1. THE STUDIO Martial Arts

& Fitness

2. Orangetheory Fitness

3. Instaphysique

BEST CYCLING STUDIO

1. CycleBar Roseville

2. TrueNorth Cycle

3. TEAMride

BEST YOGA STUDIO

1. Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

2. Roseville Health &

Wellness Center

3. CorePower Yoga Roseville

BEST MARTIAL ARTS

STUDIO

1. THE STUDIO Martial

Arts & Fitness

2. Kovar’s Satori Academy

Family Martial Arts

3. Hi5 Taekwondo

BEST MARTIAL ARTS

INSTRUCTOR

1. Amitis Pourarian at

THE STUDIO Martial

Arts & Fitness

2. Chad Shepherd at Kovar’s

Satori Academy of Martial

Arts

3. Dhunyanun Premwhaew at

Hi5 Taekwondo

BEST DANCE STUDIO

1. Dance Elite All Stars

2. Northern California Dance

Conservatory

3. Roseville Academy of Dance

BEST DANCE INSTRUCTOR

1. Katie Walker at THE

STUDIO Martial Arts &

Fitness

2. Robin Bartholomew at

Northern California Dance

Conservatory

3. Donna Webb at THE STUDIO

Martial Arts & Fitness

BEST YOGA INSTRUCTOR

1. Ellen Perjanik at Roseville

Health & Wellness Center

2. Donna Webb at THE STUDIO

Martial Arts & Fitness

3. Tammie Fairchild at Serenity

Spa | Soul Yoga

BEST PILATES STUDIO

1. Roseville Health &

Wellness Center

2. Johnson Ranch Racquet Club,

a Spare Time Club

3. Body Heat Hot Pilates and

Yoga

BEST PILATES INSTRUCTOR

1. Dawn Niemi at Roseville

Health & Wellness Center

2. Tara Shea at Granite Bay

Pilates and Yoga AND Johnson

Ranch Racquet Club, a Spare

Time Club

3. Diane Pascua at Life Time

Athletic


BEST BIKE SHOP

1. The Hub Roseville

2. Stray Dog Bicycles

3. Bob’s Cycle Center

BEST GOLF COURSE

1. Granite Bay Golf Club

2. Whitney Oaks Golf Club

3. Timber Creek Golf Course

Community

BEST ANNUAL EVENT

1. Hot Chili and Cool Cars

2. SPLASH

3. Roseville Downtown Tuesday

Nights

BEST PLACE TO VOLUNTEER

1. Placer Food Bank

2. My Mother’s Voice

3. Placer SPCA

Wedding

BEST WEDDING VENUE

1. Timber Creek Ballroom

2. Granite Bay Golf Club

3. Newcastle Gardens Bed and

Breakfast and Red Horse Barn

A very close #4: The Flower Farm

BEST REHEARSAL

DINNER PLACE

1. La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

2. Buca di Beppo

3. Paul Martin’s American Grill


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BEST CHARITABLE

ORGANIZATION

1. Placer SPCA

2. The Gathering Inn

3. Power of Women

BEST WEDDING FLORIST

1. Ambience Floral

Design & Gifts

2. TIE: Dolce Floral Design AND

Visual Impact Design

3. Fig & Vine

BEST WEDDING PLANNER

1. Danielle Roe Events

2. Jenn Robirds Events

3. Strings & Champagne

Events

BEST BRIDAL SHOP

1. The Bridal Box

2. Diamond Bridal Gallery

3. Anha’s Bridal

BEST WEDDING

PHOTOGRAPHER

1. Sarah Maren

Photography

2. Siegel’s Portrait Design

3. TIE: Kara Hoffman

Photography AND Chris

Howard Imagery

BEST WEDDING

VIDEOGRAPHER

1. Barrel 9 Media

2. Phillip Alan Films

3. Fleeting Moments Cinema

BEST WEDDING DJ

1. MR DJ Event Services

2. Extreme Productions

Entertainment

3. A and A Music Events

BEST WEDDING CAKE MAKER

1. Ettore’s Bakery & Café

2. Divine Desserts by Aguirre

3. Divine Cakes

BEST WEDDING PHOTO

BOOTH

1. Sound Image

Entertainment

2. Ready Set Pose Booth

3. Giggle and Riot

BEST WEDDING INVITATIONS

1. Honey Paperie

2. Papyrus

3. Pigment & Parchment

BEST WEDDING OFFICIANT

1. Rev. Jeri Murphy

2. Lori Levisen of Loving

Celebrations

3. As You Wish Weddings by Erin

Summ

BEST WEDDING RENTALS

1. Celebrations! Party

Rentals & Tents

2. Standard Party Rentals

3. Elite Party Rentals

BEST WEDDING CATERER

1. Randy Peters Catering &

Event Center

2. Simple Pleasures Restaurant

& Catering

3. Jackson Catering & Events

A very close #4: T-Bone’s BBQ

BEST LINEN RENTAL COMPANY

1. Celebrations! Party

Rentals & Tents

2. La Tavola Fine Linen Rental

3. Mimi & Co.

BEST LIMOUSINE COMPANY

1. Neumann Enterprises

2. Fretty’s Disc Jockey &

Limousine Service

3. Angelique Limousine

Excursions

BEST BRIDAL HAIR

1. Lea Buehler BGorgeous

2. All Dolled Up Hair and

Makeup Artistry

3. Love Always BK: Bridal Hair by

Bridget Kasper

A very close #4: Halo Salon and

Day Spa

BEST BRIDAL MAKEUP

1. Jenifer Haupt at I Make

Beautiful

2. Lisa Harter Hair and Makeup

Artist

3. Summer Brazell Makeup

Artist

BEST WEDDING DÉCOR

1. Simple Country

Weddings

2. It’s All in the Details

3. Blossom Farm Vintage Rentals

FOR MORE READERS’

FAVORITES,

VISIT STYLEMG.COM.

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ALL-

M A G A Z I N E

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CELEBRATING THE BEST IN THE AREA

READERS’ CHOICE AWARD

ALL-STARS

2018

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Presenting Style Magazine’s READERS’ CHOICE AWARD ALL-STARS special

advertising section. Tracking down that breakfast spot you heard about can be

tricky, so can finding the perfect boutique...but once you’ve found it, chances

are you’ve told all your friends and then some! It’s you—our readers—who

really know the best of what this region has to offer, and it’s your turn to

share your favorites with us. Style presents you with our Readers’ Choice

winners and chart toppers and invites you to celebrate them with us!

Vitality Stem Cell & 10

Aesthetic Medicine

Celia Remy, M.D.P.C.

8735 Sierra College, Ste. 200 | Roseville | 916-797-1131

740 Oak Avenue Pkwy., Ste. 100 | Folsom | 916-508-8640

www.VitalityMedicalLaserandSkin.com

Dr. Remy would like to thank her patients and the readers

of Style Magazine for voting Vitality Stem Cell & Aesthetic

Medicine the #1 Best Med Spa in Roseville Granite Bay

Rocklin and for voting for Dr. Remy as #2 Best Doctor for

Cosmetic Procedures in Roseville Granite Bay Rocklin!

Vitality Medical offers the safest and most advanced

technology available in aesthetic and regenerative

medicine. The most notable of which being stem cell

procedures.

In the aesthetics division, our goal is to rejuvenate with

natural appearing results. Services offered include

liposuction, natural augmentation with fat transfer, skin

tightening, facial & body sculpting, RF fractional, laser

treatments, skin care and more. We focus on minimizing

discomfort, and finding the best individual treatment

plan to meet your specific needs.

Our services offered at Vitality:

• Liposuction & Autologous fat transfer

• Stem Cell & PRP procedures

• Skin tightening - face, neck and body, RF & plasma energy

• Facial sculpting

• Genital rejuvenation & Bladder leakage treatments

• O-shot, P-shot

• Complimentary consultations

YEARS WON!

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Baker & A Black Cat

– A Custom Cakery

530-748-5366

www.bakerandablackcat.com

2

YEARS WON!

Karen Peak CPA, MST

1540 Eureka Rd., Ste. 104

Roseville | 916-782-8300

www.karenPEAKcpa.com

8

YEARS WON!

Eberle Remodeling

7958 Entrance St | Fair Oaks

916-369-6518

www.eberleremodeling.com

7

YEARS WON!

PHOTO BY ERICA BALDWIN PHOTOGRAPHY

Lic # 659954

Thank you for voting Baker & A Black

Cat as one of the Best Wedding Cake/

Dessert Makers. We’re so thrilled to

be included! It’s been a pleasure and

a delight being a part of so many

people’s lives, and we’ve enjoyed every

minute. Thanks for your support and

congratulations to all the winners!

Thank you to my clients and Style

Magazine readers for voting me as a

Best Accountant eight years in a row!

As a consulting CPA firm, we provide

accounting, tax and business advisory

services to individuals and small

businesses. We believe accounting is

more than just numbers. Call today and

find out how we can help you.

Eberle Remodeling, a full-service, Design/

Build residential remodeling company,

would like to thank all those who voted

us one of the Best Home Remodelers

in the Folsom, Roseville, Granite Bay,

Rocklin, and El Dorado Hills communities.

In business for 34 years, we've won 54

NARI CotY awards. Please visit our website

at www.EberleRemodeling.com, and also

check out the link to “GuildQuality”,

our independent, customer satisfaction

survey company.

Beth Sogaard

Catering 8

866-441-BETH

www.chefbethcatering.com

www.facebook.com/bethsogaardcatering

YEARS WON!

Remedy RX

Pharmacy

1420 E. Roseville Pkwy.

Roseville | 916-740-1600

www.myRemedyRX.com

3

YEARS WON!

Sacramento Spine

& Physical Therapy 7

1650 Lead Hill Blvd., Ste. 300

Roseville | 916-677-1210

sacspine@msn.com | sacramentospine.com

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting us as #1 Best Wedding

Caterer and a Best Caterer eight years in a

row!

Food is our passion here at Beth Sogaard

Catering. A beautiful selection of dishes can

turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.

No matter what the occasion, whether a

sit-down reception for 200 or an intimate

picnic in the wine country for 2, we can

make it delicious and memorable.

Remedy Rx Pharmacy is proud to have

been voted as the Best Independent

Pharmacy in Style's 2018 Readers' Choice

Awards. We cannot say thank you

enough to our patients, Style readers

and the Roseville, Rocklin and Granite

Bay communities for their support.

Special thanks to all the readers of Style

Magazine for voting us #1 Best Physical

Therapist for the 7th consecutive year.

Serving patients since 1994 Sacramento

Spine & Physical Therapy offers a stateof-the-art

outpatient orthopedic clinic. By

emphasizing one-on-one hands on care

from experienced PT's our goal is to achieve

total health and recovery for all patients.

Additional programs include: aquatic PT,

womens’ health, sports conditioning, injury

prevention and rehabilitation.

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for recognizing

7

YEARS WON!

as one of the...

Best Gym/Health Clubs

&

Best Pilates Studios

and featuring one of the...

Best Pilates Instructors

(Tara Shea)

Call: 916.782.2600 • Online: www.sparetimeclubs.com • Try Us for FREE!

Bark Avenue

3919 Park Dr., Ste. 50 | El Dorado Hills

916-941-7400

4781 Granite Dr. | Rocklin

916-315-2650

www.barkavenueca.com

10

YEARS WON!

We always brag that we have the best customers

in the world - and a decade of your loyal votes and

support is the proof. After ten years of awards in

the Best Pet Store and Best Pet Groomer category,

we're working even harder to show that love in

return to our customers and their pets in the form of

unparalleled customer service, continuing research

into pet nutrition and health, and the most positive

grooming experiences for dogs and cats.

We strive to continuing learning, evolving, and

growing along with our community - and most

importantly, to continue celebrating the pets that

make our lives whole.

From our pack to yours... Woof Woof, Meow!

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Weideman Pediatric

Dentistry & Orthodontics

7916 Pebble Beach Drive, Ste. 101 | Citrus Heights

916-962-0577 | www.sacchildrensdentist.com

Drs. Jeff Sue, Christian Solem, and Cindy Weideman

are honored and delighted to be consistently voted

Best Pediatric Dentist, Orthodontist, and Pediatric

Dental Office.

Weideman Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics has

been family owned and operated for 45 years. We are

a trusted tradition in the greater Sacramento area. Our

compassionate and gentle dentists are board certified

pediatric and orthodontic specialists who have a

passion for creating a lasting family connection with

individualized care. Our innovative team finds ways

to weave fun into everything we do! By developing

connections and creating fun memories with families

we build the foundation for a positive dental experience

for generations.

Drs. Cindy Weideman and Jeff Sue are proud to have

Dr. Christian Solem as a part of the Weideman team.

He has years of experience of working in harmony

with dental and medical specialists while utilizing

modern digital technology to provide uncompromising

orthodontic care. He is currently a member of the UC

Davis craniofacial team and has advanced training in

Special Care Dentistry, including the treatment of cleft

lip and palate.

Weideman Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, Creating

Generations of Confident Smiles.

10

YEARS WON!

2

YEARS WON!

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This distinction inspires us to work even harder for you and for the good of the

community. We strive to do our best today, in the future, and every day in-between.

We’re proud to be a part of the community.

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Hoybjerg Family

Orthodontics

1253 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Ste 190

Roseville | 916-771-4884

1417 Serrano Pkwy., Ste 102

El Dorado Hills | 916-573-3388

4363 Golden Center Drive

Placerville | 530-626-3000

hfamilybraces.com

Hoybjerg Family Orthodontics would like to thank

the Foothills Style Magazine readers for voting Dr.

Hoybjerg #1 Best Orthodontist. It is our pleasure to

serve you in Roseville, El Dorado Hills and Placerville.

At Hoybjerg Family Orthodontics, we pride ourselves

on being a family oriented and family friendly office.

Dr. Christian Hoybjerg wants his patients to feel like

“part of the family.” He wants their experience to be

enjoyable, fun and positive.The staff are wonderful

and friendly- as they all love what they do. Some have

been with the practice for twenty years! Dr. Hoybjerg

and his staff are dedicated to helping each patient

achieve the smile of their dreams. The favorite part of

Dr. Hoybjerg’s job is watching the confidence grow in

each patient. A new smile can say a thousand words!

Dr. Hoybjerg attended Loma Linda University Dental

School and he continued on two more years in a

residency for Orthodontics where he received his

Master’s of Oralfacial Orthodontics.

We invite you to come and see what sets Hoybjerg

Family Orthodontics apart. Set up your FREE

consultation today and join our family!

5

YEARS WON!

Viewpoint Optometry

Dr. Lauren Van Winkle, O.D.

8630 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 100 | Roseville

916-791-2526 | www.viewpointoptometry.com

Dr. Lauren Van Winkle, O.D. and the staff at Viewpoint

Optometry would like to express our gratitude to our

patients for voting us their Best Vision Center making

us a winner for the 8th year in a row.

With over 50 years of combined experience in the

field, our goal is to provide personal, professional

and quality eye care. We remember our patients

and their family members by name and Dr. Van

Winkle can often be found helping people choose

frames. We educate on the newest research, utilize

the latest modern optical technology and provide

the best eye care products on the market.

We have an amazing selection of designer and

boutique eyewear so we can always find the perfect

frame for each individual. Whether you need a

conservative look or want to make a bold statement,

we have a unique variety of styles: from screwless,

lightweight frames made in Germany to fashionable

frames handcrafted in Paris.

We are very fortunate to serve this incredible

community and with all your support we've been

able to grow and expand. Please join us October 20th

to celebrate 2 years at our new location. Stop by for

raffle prizes, treats and exclusive discounts. Thanks

again for trusting us with your vision care!

8

YEARS WON!

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Sunrise Natural Foods

1950 Douglas Blvd. | Roseville | 916-789-8591

2160 Grass Valley Hwy. | Auburn | 530-888-8973

www.sunrisenaturalfoods.net

Sunrise Natural Foods would like to thank its customers and

the readers of Style Magazine for voting us #1 Best Nutrition

Shop. We’re honored and grateful. Since 1989, the educated and

knowledgeable expert staff at Sunrise Natural Foods has been

helping customers understand and use natural methods to heal

illness and create good health. We are committed to quality

and pride ourselves on our close, personal relationship with the

vendors who stock our shelves. Our dedicated employees offer

top-notch customer service and are always willing to go the

extra mile. Have a question or need assistance? They'll be more

than happy to suggest supplements tailored to a customer's

specific needs. For more than 29 years, we have been blessed

with the opportunity to help not only our customers but also

their families, friends and the community and we invite you to

see for yourself what we're all about.

Mission: Provide top notch customer service every customer,

every time.

Vision: To be the experts in your health and wellness.

Core Values:

1. Provide top quality customer service

2. Carry only the highest quality products

3. Community support and involvement

4. Support our team members so they can succeed

Thank you.

Full Of Life’s Best Ingredients

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La Provence Restaurant & Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Place | Roseville

916-789-2002 | www.laprovenceroseville.com

14

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4

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting

La Provence would like to thank you, our guests, for your Readers’

Choice votes and your continued loyalty. We hope to see you

again soon. Book your holiday party now! La Provence captures

the very essence of the holidays, with a roaring fire, festive décor, a

joyful atmosphere and inspired menus. Contact our special events

manager at 916.789.2002 or email events@laprovenceroseville.

com. Merci from all of us!

2018: Best Cocktail Place, Best Brunch, Best Outdoor Dining, Best

Romantic, Best Overall Restaurant, Best Chef, Best Rehearsal Dinner

2017: Romantic Restaurant, Outdoor Dining, Cocktail Place, Overall

Restaurant, Best Chef, Rehearsal Dinner

One of the Best Interior Design Businesses

IN-HOME OR IN-STUDIO

CONSULTATIONS

CONTRIBUTOR

916.677.7021 l tamiteeldesigns.com

224 Vernon St. l Roseville

Vaiano Trattoria

7160 Douglas Blvd. | Granite Bay

916-780-0888

www.vaianotrattoria.com

2

YEARS WON!

2

YEARS WON!

We at Vaiano Trattoria want to say a huge “grazie” to all our

customers who voted for us.

No words can express how thankful we are for the support

of our patrons. Our philosophy is to prepare made to order

dishes that represents traditional Italian and Tuscan cuisine

– from our signature dish “Pappardelle al Cinghiale” to

our hand rolled thin crust pizza. We are very proud of this

achievement and we couldn’t have done it without you.

See you soon at Vaiano!

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We love this place

10

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... and so do you!

Thank you, Style Magazine readers, for voting us best

senior living center 10 years in a row! We love this place ...

and it shows!

eskaton.org

Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park

Assisted Living

530-675-4024

License # 097001275

Eskaton Lodge Gold River

Assisted Living, Pre-Memory

and Memory Care

916-900-1677

License # 347001241

Eskaton Monroe Lodge

Independent Living with Services

Land Park

916-265-0266

Eskaton FountainWood Lodge

Assisted Living and Memory Care

Orangevale

916-900-1680

License # 347003574

Eskaton Lodge Granite Bay

Independent Living with Services

and Assisted Living

916-245-1166

License # 317005628

Eskaton Village Roseville

Multi-Level Community

916-432-5058

License # 315002052

Eskaton Village Carmichael

Continuing Care Community (CCRC)

916-485-2597

License # 340313383 | COA # 202

Eskaton Village Placerville

Multi-Level Community

530-206-3470

License # 097005046

A leading nonprofit provider of aging services in Northern California since 1968

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Blind Spot Blinds & Shutters

6624 Lonetree Blvd., Ste. 500 (Near RC Willey)

Rocklin | 916-773-SPOT (7768)

www.shutterspot.com

10

YEARS WON!

Roger Linn

Barnett & Linn Attorneys at Law

1478 Stone Point Dr., Ste. 400 | Roseville

916-782-4404 | www.barnettandlinn.com

3

YEARS WON!

We are not blind to success! It feels amazing that Blind Spot

Blinds & Shutters is being recognized for the 10th consecutive

year as the Best Window Coverings Store by the Style readers.

Our goal is to satisfy your need for functional and beautiful

window treatments that work with your everyday lifestyle!

Professional service and integrity are the keys to our success.

Special thanks to our team as best staff in the industry!

When your home needs window covering, ‘Check your Blind

Spot’. Visit our Hunter Douglas Gallery showroom in Rocklin or

have us out to your home for a ‘blind date!’ THANK YOU!

-Jeannie Noll, Owner

Thank you to the readers of Style Magazine and to my clients

for voting me your one of the Best Attorneys. I have been

proud to serve the business needs of the community for over

35 years emphasizing business, securities and franchise law. I

am also honored to have served as a Captain in the U.S. Navy

Judge Advocate General Corps for 32 years and have been a

member of the Rotary Club of Roseville since 1988, serving

as President in 1995 and currently as an adviser to the Boy

Scouts and other youth programs in Roseville. I also teach

Business Law at Sierra College and if there’s any spare time

left you’ll find me on the tennis court!

Danielle Roe Events

925-890-5724 | www.DanielleRoeEvents.com

Danielle@DanielleRoeEvents.com

2

YEARS WON!

Rock Hill Boutique

1017 Galleria Blvd #180 | Roseville

916-780-0627 | rockhillboutique.com

6

YEARS WON!

To our dearest clients and friendors, thank you for your

support and votes- it has been an honor to work with you

to create event magic throughout the year! From wedding

and event conceptualization to the last dance, Danielle

Roe Events specializes in creating a unique and memorable

experience for you and your guests. We have a passion for

curating exhilarating and timeless events through visionary

design and an obsessively detailed dedication to the

planning process. We are inspired by beautiful design and

thrive under the pressure to tell YOUR story during this

important time in your life.

Rock Hill Boutique is honored to be voted #1 Best Boutique by

the readers of Style Magazine for Roseville/Rocklin/Granite Bay!

Rock Hill Boutique has been a local favorite place to shop for

many years. Our beautiful boutique is designed in rustic chic

style and is filled with affordable jewelry, handbags, footwear,

accessories and more. We enjoy bringing in limited quantities

for all of our items from local and national fashion markets and

gift shows. Keeping your items unique from overdone replicated

fashions is our goal.

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Since 1987, award-winning Mikuni Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar

has been dedicated to serving uncompromisingly fresh sushi

in an extraordinary dining experience.

Fair Oaks • Folsom • Roseville on Eureka Rd. • Kaizen at The Fountains • Midtown Sacramento • Arden Fair • Elk Grove • Davis • Concord

www.MikuniSushi.com

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Belissimi Colori

1426 E. Roseville Pkwy. | Roseville

916-213-2565

4

YEARS WON!

BELLISSIMI COLORI

BRYAN BARNES

I would like to thank all the clients who voted me

the #1 Best Hair Stylist for 2018! Since moving from

Orange County to the Roseville / Granite Bay area, I

have had the pleasure of meeting and working with

many wonderful people.

I am a Vidal Sassoon graduate and offer the

experience of over 25 years in the field of hair

coloring. I frequently travel to New York to keep

abreast of the latest in hair fashion and styling trends.

I believe that just as we are all unique individuals, a

fashionable cut and color should reflect that. My goal

is to create a signature style that isn’t imposed, it

comes from revealing a woman’s own style. I believe

that everyone can project their own individual style.

When a woman leaves my chair she should feel

stylish and confident. With the right cut, color and

care any hair texture can be beautiful.

Please visit us In our studio, Bellissimi Colori, located

in Studio 55, 1426 E. Roseville Pkwy. We offer eye lash

and hair extensions as well as a wide range of color

options. Our atmoshere is light and relaxed with an

emphasis on individual attention.

Parmis Pourarian

548 Gibson Dr., Ste. 200 | Roseville

916-416-0999 | www.parmisproperties.com

Thank you to the readers of Style Magazine Roseville/

Rocklin/Granite Bay for voting Parmis #1 Best Realtor for

the 2nd straight year!

Parmis, in the real estate business since 1999, is a seasoned,

licensed, Residential Real Estate Agent who brings her

extensive history of success to each unique relationship

utilizing her skills and knowledge. Parmis is a Top 1% Keller

Williams Agent & a Lifetime Masters' Club Member. She

also takes the lead in community events, collaborating

with her vast social network to sponsor/host fundraisers

for a variety of non profit organizations. Parmis specializes

in Placer, Sacramento, & El Dorado Counties. Her motto

is to buy and sell real estate for her clients in the same

manner as if she were to do for her family. Parmis treats

all her clients with the utmost integrity and honor, no

matter what the price range or the length of time it takes

to find their dream home. From first time homebuyer to

Sacramento King’s players, Parmis takes great care of all

her clients!

Parmis is also the President of Power of 100 Women, which

was voted one of the Best Charitable Organizations. POW

was founded by Parmis and her sister, Amitis Pourarian

(owner of The Studio Martial Arts & Fitness). Both had

the goal of contributing more to their community, and

together they created the first 100 women of POW. This

remarkable group of women has raised over $100,000 for

local non-profits in less than 2 years!

Parmis - The "one" name you need to know!

2

YEARS WON!

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Arnold Almonte, D.O.

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

The Almonte Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery

1420 Blue Oaks Blvd., #100 | Roseville

916-771-2062 | www.dralmonte.com

3

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting us Best Plastic Surgeon and Best Doctor

for Cosmetic Procedures three years in a row! We are forever

grateful that we are able to serve the greater Sacramento area

with World Class Facial Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Arnold Almonte is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon whose

practice is dedicated to cosmetic surgery of the face. He has

appeared on television shows in Sacramento including Fox 40’s

Studio40 Live, as well as on iHeartRADIO as a featured expert on

plastic surgery on the Roni Deutch show. It is his goal to provide

the highest quality in patient care, with a strong emphasis on

patient safety. He is a gifted and compassionate surgeon, as well

as a true artist. What sets him apart is that he is one of the only

plastic surgeons who performs facial surgery completely under

local anesthesia. This significantly reduces the risk of cosmetic

surgery, while still keeping you very comfortable.

The Almonte Center offerings include: The A-Lift (Dr. Almonte’s

signature facelift), Brow Lift, eyelid surgery, Laser Neck

Liposuction with Renuvion Skin Tightening, Fat Transfer, ear

lobe repair and MUCH MORE.

Non-surgical treatments include: Microneedling, PRP Hair

Restoration, Renuvion Skin Resurfacing (formerly known as

J-Plasma), Liquid Facelift, Botox, fillers, Obagi skin care, and

MUCH MORE.

Dr. Almonte is a member of the following prestigious

organizations: the American Osteopathic Association, the

American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, the American

Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, the Osteopathic Physicians

and Surgeons of California, and the Greater Sacramento

Osteopathic Medical Association. His business affiliations

include the Placer Business Network, the Better Business

Bureau, and the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. He has

achieved Top Doctor status on www.realself.com, the World’s

#1 site for Cosmetic Surgery reviews.

In his spare time Dr. Almonte enjoys spending time with his

wife and three daughters. His interests include running, hiking,

traveling, cooking, playing the piano, and watching professional

sports. His favorite team is the 49ers.

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Blue Oak Dental

5410 Park Dr. | Rocklin | 916-435-2475

15 Sierra Gate Plaza | Roseville | 916-786-6777

BlueOakDentalGroup.com

9

YEARS WON!

Back: Michael Gade, DDS; Jeffrey McClure, DDS; Randy Wilkes, DDS

Front: Ronald Milla, DDS; Dwight Miller, DDS, MS; Mark Arena, DDS

Not pictured: Gregory Steiner, DDS, MS, Periodontist

The entire team at Blue Oak Dental would like to

thank our patients and the Style readers for voting

us Best Dental Practice in Roseville/Granite Bay/

Rocklin for the 9th year in a row! We consider it to be

an honor and a privilege to serve the dental needs of

our amazing community.

“Care for a Lifetime” has been our primary focus

providing conservative dental care for over 25 years.

In addition to offering general dentistry, implant

dentistry and cosmetic dentistry, Blue Oak Dental

also has an on-site orthodontist and periodontist

to treat your dental needs. Our periodontist, Dr.

Gregory Steiner uses only synthetic bone graft

material which stimulates your own bone formation.

No cadaver tissues are ever used. Our patients

benefit from the convenience of having implants

and implant restorations at one location. Blue Oak

Dental’s philosophy is simple: provide exceptional

and comfortable care that is honest, compassionate

and respectful to our patients and their families.

We are open extended hours in both locations and

every other Saturday in Roseville. We invite you, your

family and friends to be a part of our dental family.

We are certain that you will enjoy our profession staff

and friendly atmosphere.

Mark Arena, DDS

Dwight Miller, DDS, M.S.

15 Sierra Gate Plaza | Roseville | 916-786-6777

5410 Park Dr. | Rocklin | 916-435-2475

BlueOakDentalGroup.com

7

YEARS WON!

Dwight Miller, DDS, MS and Mark Arena, DDS

Dr. Mark Arena, Dr. Dwight Miller and the entire Blue

Oak Dental team are so appreciative to be voted one

of the Best Dentists and Best Orthodontists in our

community! The doctors are honored to be recognized

and have absolutely loved practicing dentistry in the

Roseville/Rocklin/Granite Bay community for over 25

years now.

The doctors are proud to be part of Blue Oak Dental

and share the group’s philosophy of “Care for a

Lifetime.” Dr. Arena practices full time in our Rocklin

office and Dr. Miller provides orthodontic care to

children, teens and adults at our Rocklin and Roseville

locations. Both doctors have a longtime loyal patient

following, pride themselves in being active in the

community and enjoy building long-lasting friendships

with our patients and their families.

If you are interested in straightening your teeth, Dr. Miller

offers traditional braces and/or the most advanced

clear aligner system available as an Invisalign Teen and

Invisalign Premier Provider. He offers complimentary

orthodontic consultations for all ages.

Both doctors are accepting new patients and welcome

you to become a part of our Blue Oak family.

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Dancer photography by Jeannine Bordeaux

Staff photography by Donna Beck

Dance Elite All Stars

2610 Sunset Blvd., Ste. 1 | Rocklin

8609 Auburn Folsom Rd | Granite Bay

916-632-9498 Rocklin | 916-660-6093 Granite Bay

www.danceeliteallstars.com

We are truly honored and thrilled to receive the Style Magazine

Reader’s Choice award for the eighth year in a row as Best Dance

Studio in all of Rocklin, Roseville and Granite Bay! At Dance

Elite we are celebrating our 15th year in business and offer top

notch dance classes for all ages and abilities in a positive and

professional atmosphere. We are known in the dance community

as the “go to” place for any dancer who wants to receive excellent

training from beginner through professional ages 2.5 and up. We

embrace and train recreational dancers as well as highly skilled

dancers who want to pursue dance in college or a professional

dance career. Many of our alumni company dancers have gone on

to dance professionally for Disney, NBA and NFL teams, collegiate

dance teams and dance programs, cruise ships and more. Our

teachers are all experts in Hip Hop, Tumbling, Ballet, Tap, Jazz and

Lyrical/Contemporary dance. Our trusted instructors and staff

work hard to ensure that we are equipping our dancers with strong

values and integrity along with learning proper dance technique.

In February 2018 we opened our second location in Granite Bay

to fulfill the demand for quality dance classes in that area! With

over 200 classes offered weekly we are sure to have a class that is

perfect for you or your dancer. Dance Elite is owned and operated

by Faith and Curtis Knappenberger. Faith is a graduate of CSU

Sacramento with a B.S. in Kinesiology/Dance and has danced

and taught professionally throughout the United States. She also

coaches fellow dance studio owners across the country in how to

build their businesses the Dance Elite way. We are excited to offer

the readers of Style Magazine a brand new student special- FREE

trial class, FREE leotard or T-shirt, and FREE registration for a total

of $112 in savings! This offer expires on 10/15/18. Give our Rocklin

or Granite Bay location a call today to schedule your free trial and

to take advantage of this great savings. We hope you will stop in

and see why we have been chosen as the Best Dance Studio for

the eighth year in a row! Call us anytime at (916) 632-9498 (Rocklin)

or (916) 660-6093 (Granite Bay) to schedule your trial class and to

experience Dance Elite first hand.

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Dr. Karen Pan

Folsom Chinese Acupuncture Center

1741 Creekside Dr., Ste. #150

Folsom

916-984-6608

folsomchineseacupuncture.com

8

YEARS WON!

T-Bone's Island BBQ

916-701-8227

tbonesbarbecue.com

1 st

YEAR WINNER!

Loretta Parker

Licensed Marriage

and Family Therapist

1 st

YEAR WINNER!

401 Vernon St., Ste. B | Roseville

3550 Watt Ave., Ste. 140 | Sacramento

916-837-5228 | lorettaparkerlmft.com

"Thank you to our readers of Style for voting

Dr. Pan as your #1 Best Acupuncturist!

With 30+ years of experience and 18 years

of service to our community, Dr. Pan

is dedicated to providing her patients

with caring and professional services to

help them attain health, wellness, and

longevity."

T-Bone’s Island BBQ is honored to have

been chosen for the 2018 Style Readers

Choice Awards in two categories. Thank

you to all of our customers and friends

who voted for us. If you haven't tried our

award winning BBQ, you’re missing out.

Contact us today for your next event.

Thank you for making Loretta Parker,

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist,

#1 for Best Mental Health Professional

in the Roseville, Granite Bay and Rocklin

communities. Providing counseling

services and trauma recovery. Tell your

story and find healing. Go to the website

or call today to make an appointment.

Granite Bay Dermatology

and Laser Center

Scott B. Hearth, M.D.

1535 Eureka Rd. | Roseville

916-773-3376 | granitebaydermatology.com

Dr. Hearth would like to thank his patients and the

readers of Style Magazine for Roseville, Rocklin and

Granite Bay for voting him #1 Best Dermatologist!

Granite Bay Dermatology and Laser Center is a broadbased

dermatology practice which encompasses

all skin related issues including the diagnosis and

treatment of medical conditions of the skin, surgical

dermatology, cosmetic dermatology, and laser

surgery. We are dedicated to providing our patients

with a lifetime of healthy and beautiful skin.

Dr. Hearth is a board-certified dermatologist who

is trained to treat all medical skin conditions.

Additionally, Dr. Hearth is an expert in cosmetic

dermatology and laser surgery, having the distinction

of completing a fellowship in these fields at UC

San Francisco Medical Center. He has also been on

clinical faculty in the departments of dermatology

at Vanderbilt University and UCSF medical centers.

As a result, Dr. Hearth has the unique training and

expertise to superbly care for all of your skin’s needs.

In his spare time, Dr. Hearth enjoys traveling and

spending time with family and friends.

10

YEARS WON!

KIMBERLY MARIE PHOTOGRAPHY

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Seasons Law, P.C.

Lynn A. Dean and Tracy Poston Shows

3500 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 250 | Roseville

916-786-7515

www.seasonslaw.com

8

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting SEASONS LAW PC Best Law Firm three

consecutive years and LYNN A. DEAN Best Attorney for

eight years running! Our entire team is passionate about

serving our clients and we consider it a privilege to be part

of your community. Seasons Law PC was established in 2016

with the vision to support clients’ needs for estate planning

services throughout the seasonal changes of their lives. Our

boutique law practice has combined 40+ years practice in

estate planning, trust administration and probate services.

WE ARE GRATEFUL for the support of our loyal clients and

want to be your law firm for life’s seasons! THANK YOU!

Roseville Historical Society

at the Carnegie Museum

557 Lincoln St. | Roseville

916-773-3003

www.rosevillehistorical.org

2

YEARS WON!

Pairings Olive Oil & Balsamics

Tastings Room

701 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Ste. 180 | Roseville

916-772-7247 | www.PairingsEVOO.com

5

YEARS WON!

We are honored that the community has once again chosen our

Carnegie Museum for Best Museum award! The Carnegie is a

beautiful 1912 building that has earned the distinction of being on

the National Register of Historic Places. When you visit you’ll tour our

Roseville-history centered museum upstairs, and see our archives

that are housed downstairs. We are primarily run by volunteers who

are passionate about our history, and put in thousands of hours

each year under the guidance of our professional curator/archivist.

Our volunteers are wonderful and great at their jobs! Thank you

Roseville for your vote of confidence and support. Visit us soon, and

remember, we offer special tours and welcome school groups too.

Thank all of you who voted us your #1 Best Gift Shop and #3

Best Local Business in the Roseville, Granite Bay and Rocklin

communities for the fifth year in a row. Take a moment out of your

busy day, and come into Pairings where the sounds of soft jazz

and the fountain will soothe your spirit. The flavors of our olive

oils and balsamics will spark your creativity – whether it’s what

to put on a salad, or dip your crusty bread in, or how to make a

marinade or glaze. We can help you create simple dishes that will

make you a rockstar in your kitchen. If you’re a foodie, looking for

clean eating, or trying to find a way to shake up that same-old

grilled chicken, Pairings has what you need.

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Dr. Lora Rode and Dr. Jessica Alt are committed to providing a mother's approach to

pediatric dentistry. At Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry, we believe that every child is entitled to a

beautiful, healthy smile. We understand that each child is unique and deserves

individualized care in a warm, loving environment. Since we first opened our doors in

2009, we have continued to focus on patient care. In August 2016, we celebrated the

partnership of Dr. Lora and Dr. Jessi and welcomed our associate Dr. Brett Martin.

At Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry we feel comprehensive dental care is the best way to ensure

your child's oral health. We will diagnose any dental needs and educate you on how to

prevent cavities from forming. Our team will let you know what to expect during each stage

of dental development and will teach you ways to maintain your child's healthy smile.

Come visit us for a tour and see why parents have trusted us as a key part of their child's

healthcare team.

Thank You

for Voting

Us #1

8

YEARS WON!

For nearly 80 years, it’s been our mantra to put the well-being

of our members and our communities at the forefront of

everything we do. We call it Banking on What Matters. And

being named Style Magazine’s #1 Favorite Credit Union by

the eclectic members of this community is an honor that

matters to us more than you can imagine.

Banking on what matters. ®

(916) 979-7233 safecu.org

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Roseville Health

and Wellness Center

1650 Lead Hill Blvd. | Roseville

916-677-1200 | www.rosevillehwc.com

* Full Service Fitness Center * Indoor Heated Pool

* Personal Training

* Group Exercise Classes * Physical Therapy

* Arthritis Programs

* Weight Loss Programs * Diabetes & Exercise

* Fall Prevention * Parkinson Wise exercise program

* Functional Balance Training

* Athlete Development Programs and more!

Voted as Best Gym/Health Club by the readers of Style

for 14 consecutive years!

As the designated #1 Wellness Center in the United

States we are committed to helping you achieve your

Wellness goals! For more information and to read our

amazing success stories check out our Website!

www.rosevillehwc.com

2018:

#1 Best Gym/Health Club

#1 Best Personal Trainer (Mark Cavallaro)

#1 Best Pilates Studio

#1 Best Pilates Instructor (Dawn Niemi)

#1 Best Yoga Instructor (Ellen Perjanik)

#1 Best Place for a Massage

#2 Best Massage Therapist (Renee VonFeldt)

#2 Best Yoga Studio

14

YEARS WON!

Folsom Oral Surgery And

Implant Center

Dr. Gregory G. Olsen

2370 E. Bidwell St., Ste. 130 | Folsom

916-983-6637 | www.folsomdentalimplants.com

Thank you Style Readers for voting Dr. Gregory G. Olsen as

#1 Best Oral Surgeon in Folsom and El Dorado Hills and El

Dorado County Foothills and one of the best in Roseville

Granite Bay Rocklin.

Dr. Gregory G. Olsen practices a full scope of oral and

maxillofacial surgery including dental implants, bone

grafting and wisdom tooth removal while providing

exceptional patient care in a friendly atmosphere.

Dr. Olsen graduated with honors from the University

of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, San

Francisco and completed his specialty training residency

in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery at John H.

Stroger, Jr. Hospital in Chicago. He is a Board Certified

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Board Certified Dental

Anesthesiologist, and Fellow of the International Congress

of Implantology. He holds memberships with numerous

prestigious dental organizations including the California

Dental Association, Sacramento District Dental Society

and the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial

Surgeons.

The team at Folsom Oral Surgery And Implant Center's

first priority is the safety and comfort of every patient.

Take a moment to learn more about the exciting new

services we offer our patients. Please call our office at

916-983-6637.

5

YEARS WON!

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38 Years of Experience

38 Years of Excellence

Capital Landscape

Design & Installation

916-571-9113 | www.capitallandscape.com

We are very humbled and honored to receive the

Reader’s Choice Award for being the Best Landscaper.

We owe it all to you, the readers, for making us a

winner for the ninth year in a row! Here at Capital

Landscape, we have always strived to provide

excellent customer satisfaction and this is just a

reminder how dedicated our team is to each and

every customer.

Capital Landscape is a customer-first company. We

believe in listening to your needs and developing

relationships with our clients that withstand the

tests of time. Our goal is to ensure your 100%

satisfaction, and from the design stage to completion

and beyond, we want you to love your new landscape

and we’ll do whatever it takes to ensure that it meets

and exceeds your expectations.

We would like to show our appreciation for this

award by giving everyone 50% off landscape designs!

Call us today at 916-571-9113, to start on your next

landscape design project or to learn more about

our company and our customer commitment. From

everyone at Capital Landscape, thank you again!

9

YEARS WON!

Lic. 910353

Revolutions Naturopathic

230 Blue Ravine Rd. | Folsom

254 Gibson Dr. | Roseville

916-351-9355 | www.revolutionsdocs.com

9

YEARS WON!

Michele Raithel, ND

We appreciate all of the referrals over the last 9 years and

we are very proud to have earned your votes for; #2 Best

Doctor in Folsom, Michele Raithel, ND, #2 Best Medical

Practice in Folsom and El Dorado Hills, and #2 Best

Medical Practice in Roseville and Granite Bay. We don't

answer to your insurance company, we answer to you.

With a set hourly billing rate, you can choose whether

to get right to the point or to delve into the details of

your diagnosis and treatment plans. Our doctors explain

how your body works so you can make the choices to

achieve your health goals. We are experts in natural

medicine and how it can complement or interfere with

pharmaceutical medicines. We have many more tools to

treat disease and maximize wellness from nutrition and

exercise, to supplements and botanical medicines, to

intravenous and pharmaceutical medicines. Our toolbox

is much bigger to help you achieve your health goals.

We use the latest in modern laboratory testing from

nutritional testing to genetic variants and we are experts

in preventive medicine. We won't wait until your lab values

fall out of the reference range. Making changes earlier can

mean all the difference to achieving your health goals.

We believe in a lasting doctor-patient relationship that

inspires you to take charge of your health. If you are you

ready to be in charge of your own health, give us a call at

916-351-9355 to get started.

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ChicagoFire.com

@EatChicagoFire

Come enjoy the Tastes of Chicago!

Historic Folsom

614 Sutter Street

Folsom, CA 95630

(916) 353-0140

Palladio

310 Palladio Parkway

Folsom, CA 95630

(916) 984-0140

Sacramento

2416 J Street

Sacramento, CA 95816

(916) 443-0440

Roseville

500 North Sunrise Blvd

Roseville, CA 95661

(916) 771-2020

Elk Grove

7101 Laguna Blvd

Elk Grove, CA 95758

(916) 667-8370

Timber Creek Ballroom

7050 Del Webb Blvd. | Roseville

916-774-3870

www.timbercreekballroom.com

6

YEARS WON!

Shepard-photography.com

Nestled in West Roseville, Timber Creek is a hidden

gem where country club sophistication and culinary

excellence blend together to create an extraordinary

venue that guarantees exclusivity to you on your wedding

day.

Bordered by a natural wildlife preserve and a

breathtakingly beautiful 18-hole golf course, Timber

Creek offers the amenities and personalized attention

that you would expect from a private club at a surprisingly

affordable rate.

Weddings in the newly remodeled Rose Garden

provide the perfect, transcendental ambience for your

ceremonial vows to take place, while your guests delight

in a shaded and comfortable environment with hints of

fragrant rose. Adjacent to the garden, the Timber Creek

Ballroom provides accommodations for up to 300 of

your closest friends and family. Featuring high ceilings,

abundant windows and a large dance floor; the ballroom

easily becomes a space that is a true reflection of your

distinctive bridal style.

Sun City Roseville’s Timber Creek Ballroom invites you to

schedule a tour and experience for yourself the region’s

best-kept secret in wedding venues.

Thank you Style readers for voting us as one of the Best

Wedding Venues six years in a row!

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Lone Buffalo Vineyards

7505 Wise Rd. | Auburn

530-823-1159 | LoneBuffaloVineyards.com

8

YEARS WON!

Walk into the tasting room at Lone Buffalo Vineyards

in North Auburn and you’ll feel like family. “It’s the

experience that matters” is the mantra. On any given

weekend you will find the winemaker behind the bar

and be greeted with a smile by his wife and daughter

as well. Owner/Winemaker Phil Maddux has been

making wine for over forty years - his roots go back

to Sonoma County in the 1970s where he learned to

make wine alongside some industry greats. He kept

it as a hobby until about ten years ago when he and

wife Jill decided to go commercial after they planted

a small vineyard in South Auburn which produced five

different varietals - their first commercial production

was a mere 100 cases. Now, having outgrown that

space, they operate a new facility which includes the

winery, tasting room and homestead on a twelveacre

parcel in North Auburn right in the middle of the

Placer County Wine & Ale Trail and produce about

2,000 cases/year. “We still want to stay small enough

where we can do everything ourselves and be true to

our small production, artisan values” says Phil, who

not only enjoys the craft involved in winemaking,

but also, the farming aspect of being a grape grower.

Nowhere is the re-emergence of the winemaking

tradition in Placer County more visible than at Lone

Buffalo.

Open Fri-Sun 12-5pm

Mark H. Holt, D.D.S., M.S., INC.

Sacramento | 916.481-6424

Roseville | 916-786-9282

Folsom | 916-983-5321

7

YEARS WON!

Tyler Holt, D.D.S., Jina Annello, D.M.D., M.S.D. and Mark Holt, D.D.S., M.S., INC.

Thank you for voting Dr. Holt one of the Best

Orthodontists!

The doctor you choose matters. Dr. Holt has been

a specialist in orthodontics for more than 25 years

and is the leading provider in the Sacramento area

for Invisalign for adults and teens. Having completed

additional specialized training, Dr. Holt has taught

classes to other doctors in over 20 cities across the

country. He is a top 1% provider and an AlignTech

Faculty member. Invisalign or braces are not the same

at every office. The doctor and team make a difference.

Dr. Holt has participated in scientific studies in his

practice including two studies showing shortened

treatment times. The office offers the latest technological

advancements, including Vpro5, to complete your

treatment in 30-50% less time.

Dr. Holt and his associates Dr. Jina Annello, and Dr. Tyler

Holt have over 50 years combined experience. Today,

they and their friendly, educated and experienced

team provide complete orthodontic care. In their

practice over 40% of teens and 85% of adults are

treated with Invisalign. They can help you decide

between braces or Invisalign to see what treatment

options works best for you.

Call Holt Orthodontics today to schedule your

complimentary Orthodontic Consultation!

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Artur Henke, M.D.

Placer Dermatology

9285 Sierra College Blvd. | Roseville

916-784-3376 (DERM) | www.placerdermatology.com

Dr. Artur Henke, a board certified dermatologist, has

extensive experience in medical, surgical, and cosmetic

dermatology. He trained at UC Davis Medical Center, where

he was Chief Resident. Dr. Henke has been a Northern

California resident for 35 years. In 2008, he realized his

dream of building Placer Dermatology & Skin Care Center, a

state of the art dermatology practice in Roseville, California.

Dr. Henke volunteers as Assistant Clinical Professor at UC

Davis, and is an active member of several medical societies,

including the American Academy of Dermatology.

Dr. Henke specializes in the recognition and management

of all types of skin cancer including melanoma, as well as,

pre-cancers, benign skin growths, acne, skin infections,

and skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. Dr. Henke

performs surgery on all areas of the body and offers

cosmetic procedures such as Botox. By addressing your

skin condition in a timely and expert manner, Dr. Henke

can alleviate many symptoms and prevent complications.

Dr. Henke looks forward to providing you with his expert

care while addressing your entire family’s dermatologic

needs in a comfortable and friendly environment.

Dr. Henke and his wife, along with their two children are

active members of the community and enjoy living in

the area. Thank you for voting Dr. Henke as one of the

Best Dermatologists for eight years in a row and as a Best

Medical Practice for the 2nd year in a row!

9

YEARS WON!

Thank you to the readers of Style Magazine for voting us #1 3

’18

YEARS WON!

#1 BEST BAR

#1 BEST BREWERY

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KidsPark Rocklin

6801 Five Star Blvd., Ste. B | Rocklin

916-624-2344 | www.kidspark.com/center/Rocklin

Lic # 313611140/313611141

6

YEARS WON!

MOOYAH

Burgers, Fries & Shakes

5194 Commons Dr., Ste. 110 | Rocklin

916-660-9591 | www.mooyah.com

2

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting for KidsPark as one of a Best Preschool

again. The key to our program execution is involving all

children in attendance at their own developmental level.

We engage children so they learn if they come once a week

or 5 times a week. School hours 9am-noon M-F, just drop in,

no need to pre register.

Hourly Childcare for ages 2-12. We provide a safe, fun

environment. Drop in days, evening, and weekends. No

reservation needed.

If it's preschool, hourly or back-up care for your needs...

KidsPark is the answer.

We would like to thank our readers and customers for voting

us one of the Best Burgers in Roseville, Rocklin and Granite

Bay. People ask us, "What's MOOYAH?" We answer: MOOYAH

is determined to deliver the best burger, fry and shake

experience EVER, and have fun doing it. That's it. We want

to make the best burger you've ever tasted. Period. Never

frozen certified angus beef and totally customizable. As our

way of saying thanks, tell us you saw us in STYLE Magazine

and get 10% off your order.

Nuance Cosmetic Surgery

Dr. Ken Sumida, Board Certified

1641 Creekside Dr., Ste. 100 | Folsom

916-984-4242 | www.nuancecs.com

10

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting us as a Best Doctor for Cosmetic

Procedures and once again as Best Plastic Surgeon in

Folsom & El Dorado Hills.

Dr. Ken Sumida and the staff at Nuance Cosmetic

Surgery aim to improve your natural appearance and

reverse some signs of aging. Nuance offers surgical

and non-surgical procedures, including face lifts,

eyelid lifts, breast enhancements and tummy tucks,

Dysport, Restylane, and chemical peels. If you’re

not sure if cosmetic surgery is for you, Dr. Sumida

will offer Style magazine readers a complimentary

consultation to allow patients to explore the various

methods of looking younger. Dr. Sumida encourages

first time patients to seek out a number of plastic

surgeons so they can find the one where they feel

most comfortable. Dr. Sumida guarantees personal

attention to all of his patients. “From the time you

pick up the phone to schedule an appointment, you

will be treated like a precious patient,” he says. “We

try to schedule our patients with ample time for

their consultations. We want to answer all of their

questions so that they do not feel rushed.” Give Dr.

Sumida and Nuance a call today!

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YEARS WON!

Rosati’s Pizza

5140 Foothills Blvd., Ste. 110 | Roseville

916-797-7492 | www.myrosatis.com/roseville

3

YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting for us #1 Best Family Dining and 3 years

in a row as one of the Best Pizzas | Best Italian | Best Takeout |

Best Casual Dining | | Best Salad.

Rosati’s Authentic Chicago Pizzeria was opened in a Chicago

suburb in 1964, serving pizza based on a family recipe that

dates back to the turn of the century. Today, Rosati’s Pizza

still provides the same delicious signature pizzas, Italian beef

sandwiches, pastas, salads in a fun sports pub atmosphere.

Come dine-in with your family, watch your favorite sporting event

and see why Rosati’s was voted #1 Best Family Dining in Roseville.

Delivery and carryout available. NFL ticket available all day

on Sundays.

St. Albans Country Day School

2312 Vernon St. | Roseville

916-782-3557 | www.stalbans.org

8

YEARS WON!

Wacky Tacky

7351 Galilee Rd., Ste. 160 | Roseville

916-783-3355 | www.wackytacky.net

9

YEARS WON!

Discover why St. Albans is voted the Best Private School in

Roseville, Granite Bay and Rocklin!

Pre-K through 8th grade students thrive with: Spanish five

days a week and accelerated math, science, English and

social studies curriculum. Music, fine and performing arts,

computers, coding, and club sports complement small class

sizes, extraordinary faculty and a nurturing environment.

Students benefit from ChromeBooks, Virtual Reality,

Promethean digital whiteboards & iPads, and an on-campus

library, gymnasium, computer lab and extended day care.

Our students average in the 91st percentile nationally on

Standford 10 Tests and our alumni repeatedly graduate at

the head of their high school classes. St. Albans Country Day

School is private, independent and non-religious. Call today!

Sincere thanks to the Style magazine readers for voting us

#1 Best Kids’ Birthday Party Spot and a Best Kids’ Activity.

Wacky Tacky’s management and staff appreciate all our

customers for their business, support and feedback.

Our facility is open for everyone who wants to have fun 7

days a week, unless the play area is reserved for a private

party. Please call to check availability or check out our

calendar for open play time.

Check out our second location in Folsom/Rancho Cordova.

It is equipped with a huge playground, food area, multiple

private party rooms, and is kid and family friendly.

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YEARS WON!

Thank you for voting POSH PUPPY BOUTIQUE one of the ‘Best Pet Stores’ and

POSH PAWS GROOMING one of the "Best Pet Groomers" two years in a row!

Jennifer Kirk, Founder/CEO

Posh Puppy Boutique is a retail venue and online shop for

dog owners with discriminating taste. Posh Puppy Boutique

delivers California’s largest retail selection of high-end dog

products and the nation’s largest dog e-commerce store.

Now with two locations to serve you - in Rocklin and Granite

Bay, Posh Paws Grooming Salon provides a cage free loving

environment. At Posh Paws we believe that proper grooming

is an important part of pet care. It is our mission to exceed the

expectations of our clients who love and adore their

four-legged family members. We understand the important

role that your pet plays in your family and promise to care for

your pet as a member of our family while in our care.

www.PoshPuppyBoutique.com | www.PoshPawsGroomingSalon.com

Helwig Winery

11555 Shenandoah Rd. | Plymouth

209-245-5200 | www.helwigwinery.com

5

YEARS WON!

Helwig Winery would like to thank Style readers for

voting us a Best Wedding Venue 5 years in a row, and

a Best Winery for the last 4 years!! Helwig Winery

is located just 45 minutes East of Sacramento, in

beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Amador County.

With views for 250 miles, underground wine cave

and outdoor pavilion, Helwig Winery has so much

to offer anyone wanting an unforgettable event.

Eliminating rental stress, Helwig includes tables, rich

mahogany folding chairs, ivory linens, china, crystal

and flatware. Helwig is truly a stand out facility.

Having an onsite event coordinator that has attention

to detail and constant communication is an essential

part of executing a successful event. Helwig’s event

coordinator, Kathleen Mahan brings an upbeat

personality, 12 years of experience in wedding and

events, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design.

“Each bride’s vision is unique. I enjoy the challenge

of exceeding expectations and bringing their vision

to life.”

Mariea Rummel Photography

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Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga

3984 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 150 | Roseville | 916-797-8550

350 Palladio Pkwy., Ste. 1975 | Folsom | 916-542-7363

www.serenityspaonline.com | facebook.com/serenityspa

@serenityspa_soulyoga

Serenity Spa | Soul Yoga is overflowing with much gratitude

towards our community for voting us as the Best Local Business,

Best Day Spa, Best Place for a Massage, Best Place for a Facial,

Best Yoga Studio, Best Specialty Fitness, Best Waxing, Best

Massage Therapists (Felicia Burns, Autumn DeCosta & J.R.

Dagohoy), Best Facialists (Amy Zunich & Ramona Salerno) &

Best Yoga Instructors (Joy Arnold, Madison Fairchild & Tammie

Fairchild) for over a full decade of recognition!

We intend to provide healers, teachers, light workers, and

community a place to gather, to connect, and to transform.

Our philosophy at Serenity Spa is to help and serve others

through touch — To heal others with the human hand and

human heart. Our Body Rituals are a synchronistic blend

of Eastern philosophy and Western healing techniques that

have been developed to meet each individual’s needs and

are derived from ancient Vedic wisdom. Our Customized Skin

Rituals provide effective, alternative solutions to preserving and

healing the body's protective layer.

Soul Yoga gives us the opportunity to teach others how to heal

themselves through the practice of Yoga, Meditation & Ayurveda.

It is our Dharma, or purpose, to provide our community with

the knowledge and ancient tools to build a life of fulfillment,

sanctity and love. As we partner with our community, together

we become the change that we would like to see in the world.

Our boutique is filled with authentic & affordable treasures

from around the world. Browse our multicultural art and home

decor, find unique gifts, or simply explore our diverse collection

of healing herbs, crystals & essential oils.

Proud Partners: Dignity Health Mercy Hospital of Folsom, Dr.

Suhas Kshirsagar and Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar, The Chopra Center,

The National Ayurvedic Medical Association, Association of

Ayurvedic Professionals of North America,Yoga Alliance, Aveda,

Murad, and Fair Oaks Massage Institute

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DINING SPOTLIGHT

Mezcalito Oaxacan

Cuisine

Mezcalito translated is “little mezcal”—

the cactus from which the potent cousin

of tequila is produced. In this case, it’s also

the plant that adorns the restaurant’s logo

and provides a portent into Owner Ruben

Regalado’s future plans (think mezcal bar!).

For now, his authentic cuisine from the

state of Oaxaca, Mexico, is a local favorite,

and word is spreading fast about the fresh

ingredients and exquisitos sabores (thank

you, Google Translate).

First to arrive was the Oaxacan-style

ceviche—marinated white sea bass with

A Colorful Culinary Adventure

by LORN RANDALL // photos by DANTE FONTANA

“THE OAXACAN VERSION SERVED HERE—

FEATURING GRILLED WILD SEA BASS, GREEN

PAPAYA, CABBAGE, MANGO, AVOCADO, AND

CHIPOTLE AIOLI ON WARM FLOUR TORTILLAS—

WILL STAND UP TO ANYONE’S…”

tomatoes, onions, avocado, cilantro,

sliced red Fresno chilis, and

lime juice. Served alongside

fresh tortilla chips, I can’t

think of a more refreshing

starter. “A cold cerveza, por

favor” should be the next

words from your mouth—if

you’re of legal age and right

mind, of course.

“What’s molcajete? ”

some may ask. Literally,

it’s Spanish for the mortal

and pestle used to grind

spices, herbs, and grains

that the dish is prepared

and served in. If you’re lucky enough to

see it on a menu, such as the surf and turf

molcajete at Mezcalito, the said traditional

kitchen tool becomes a fiery cauldron of

tongue-searing happiness. As our entrée

arrived, all eyes were transfixed on its

steaming bounty of large, wild-caught

shrimp, mussels, steak, chicken, onions,

peppers, and nopales (cactus) simmering in

Mezcalito’s special sauce. Warm tortillas

appeared just as the cauldron temperature

settled below blistering. Exquisito!

Oaxacan-Style

Ceviche

With all the food-focused weeks our

Churros

Surf and Turf Molcajete

region boasts—Burger Week,

Bacon Week, Beer Week,

etc.—I think it’s time for Fish Taco Week!

Let’s lighten up the fare a little. I mean,

honestly, who wants to eat burgers and

bacon for a week? Ok, stupid question…

but when the brain trusts do come to

their senses, Fish Taco Week would be

a winner—and Mezcalito’s can fire the

opening salvo. The Oaxacan version served

here—featuring grilled cod, green papaya,

cabbage, mango, avocado, and chipotle aioli

on warm flour tortillas—will stand up to

anyone’s…and I’ve eaten my fair share of

them from all corners of the country.

Flan or churro? When it’s churros with

raspberry and caramel sauce and a scoop

of mezcal-vanilla ice cream, the answer

should be a given. Need I say more?

With so many good things on

Mezcalito’s menu, plus regularly rotating

specials, your first trip here is definitely

not going to be your last.

HOURS: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. (Sunday); 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

(Monday-Saturday)

TRY THIS: Oaxacan Style Ceviche, Molotes,

Mercado Salad, Surf and Turf Molcajete, Pastor

Wrap, Fish Tacos, Enmoladas, Tlayuda, Vegan

Rice Bowl, Horchata, Churros & Mezcal Ice

Cream

DRINKS: Beer and wine

TAB: $$

Fish Tacos

HEADS-UP: Breakfast till noon; catering;

Happy Hour from 2-6 p.m. (Monday-Friday);

delivery available via DoorDash; vegan options;

patio; weekend and daily specials; everything

(including chips and tortillas) is made in-house;

kids’ menu

Mezcalito Oaxacan Cuisine, 5065

Pacific Street, Rocklin, 916-701-4772,

mezcalitocuisine.com

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This is Stickley.

Stickley Furniture is living proof that there is beauty in the details. There

is no substitute for fine woods, luxurious fabrics and over a century of

experience in hand craftsmanship.

12125 Folsom Blvd

Rancho Cordova

916-351-0227

Mon–Fri 10am–8pm

Sat 10am–6pm

Sun 11am–6pm

WWW.NATURWOOD.COM


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neighboring noshes

A guide to getting your grub on beyond Placer County…

Bun Tom Thit Nuong Cha Gio (#45)

Orange Chicken

IRON WOK

545 Main Street, Placerville,

530-903-3358

“The chicken

featured huge chunks

of golden-fried, allwhite

breast meat

bathing in a savory,

house-made sauce

that had just enough

heat and sweet and

actual pieces of

roasted orange peel.”

HOURS: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

(Sunday); 11 a.m.-9 pm.

(Monday, Wednesday,

Thursday); 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

(Friday-Saturday); closed

Tuesday

TRY THIS: Appetizer

Combo Plate, Bánh Mi

Sliders, Pineapple Fried

Rice, Pho Tai, Bun Tom

Thit Nuong Cha Gio (#45),

Lobster Tail Filet Mignon

Noodle Soup, Shaken Beef,

Che Ba Mau

“Regardless of how you pronounce it, the

charbroiled pork, grilled shrimp, chilled

rice vermicelli noodles, and light salad—

with a crispy pork egg roll on top—was a

colorful, crunchy bowl of freshness that’s

officially a new favorite.”

PHO TAM

25004 BLUE RAVINE ROAD, SUITE 121, FOLSOM, 916-542-7913, PHOTAMFOLSOM.COM

DRINKS: Beer and wine

(coming soon)

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Pho available

in small, medium, or

large sizes; vegetarian

options; filet mignon is

the standard meat in their

pho; kids’ menu; delivery

available via DoorDash;

house-made pho broth

cooks for 14+ hours;

catering and party trays;

follow them on Facebook

for specials

HOURS: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. (Sunday, Monday,

Wednesday, Thursday); 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

(Friday-Saturday); closed Tuesday

TRY THIS: Pot Stickers, Vegetable Egg

Rolls, Wor Wonton Soup, House Special

Fried Rice, Orange Chicken, Ma Po Tofu,

Mongolian Beef, Mu Shu Pork, Walnut

Prawns, Beef Chow Fun

DRINKS: Beer and wine

TAB: $$

HEADS-UP: Special combos available

all day (choice of entrée, soup, egg roll,

and steamed rice or fried rice); patio;

numerous vegetarian options; level of

spice can be customized

Pho Tam photo by RAYMOND BURGESS

Iron Wok photo by DANTE FONTANA

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FOODIE

FIND

by JULIE RYAN

Starbread // I’ve just taken my carb game to a whole new level, thanks to Starbread in Roseville. If you haven’t been to this authentic

Filipino bakery yet, you must go ASAP. They bake everything fresh daily and when you order their heavenly Señorita Bread (also known as

Spanish bread in the Philippines), it’s given to you hot out of the oven. It’s also the most amazing thing you’ll eat that day…and maybe all week.

They’re light and airy, so you feel like you’re not eating a lot; they’re buttery and sweet; and they’re small, so you can justify eating more than

one. I’m not going to tell you how many I ate, but it was (a lot) more than one. Oh, and I went back the next day and bought more. They serve

other tasty treats too, including Filipino donuts (Malasada) that are round balls of dough filled with Nutella, dulce de leche, or Bavarian cream.

I highly recommend all of them. Next time, I plan to try Puto (steamed rice muffins), Pandesal (dinner rolls), and Siopao (Filipino steamed

meat bun)—with a side of señorita bread, naturally. Starbread says they’re the “Home of the Señorita Bread,” but there’s actually a new home

for them: in my belly. 1251 Baseline Road, Suite 130, Roseville, 916-771-0372, starbreadca.com.

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photo by DANTE FONTANA


H BEST FOOD AND DRINK H

AS VOTED BY THE READERS OF STYLE MAGAZINE

JAPANESE / SUSHI

FRENCH

Executive Chef Michael Liu unites

traditional Japanese cuisine with unique

and contemporary offerings by bringing

you the very best in tasty ingredients

from the ocean & land to your plate.

Tuesday-Sunday 11am-2pm enjoy our All

You Can Eat (AYCE) menu. It has proven

an unmatched offering enthusiastically

received by our customers.

Hisui Sushi

25004 Blue Ravine Rd., #107

Folsom

916-985-7778

www.hisuisushi.com

Combining the flavors of France and

the Mediterranean regions with an

emphasis on quality, fresh seasonal

and locally-grown ingredients.

The perfect location for private

dining, special events, wedding

celebrations and corporate dinners/

presentations.

La Provence Restaurant

& Terrace

110 Diamond Creek Place

Roseville, CA

916-789-2002

www.laprovenceroseville.com

CANDY STORE/CONFECTIONER

DESSERTS

A Family of Candy Makers since 1963.

With 3 generations of candy makers,

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THE HOT LIST

Eye on the Pie

6 Best Pizzas compiled by STYLE STAFFERS // photos by DANTE FONTANA

Want to know how we carb up at Style? It’s through pizza, of course! And although we belong to different

pizza factions (yes-please pineapple vs. not-in-a-million-years pineapple) we’re all equally passionate

about the perfect pie. Check out some of our favorites below. In no particular order...

Pizza Bene!

Sacramento Pizza Company

Trademark Pizza

Rosati's Authentic Chicago Pizza

Wally's Pizza Bar

Chicago Fire Pizza

“The hefty Rosati’s Monster—

available at Rosati’s Authentic

Chicago Pizza—lurks in Roseville

and is of the inviting and delicious

type. This beast comes with a bevy

of meats, including gourmet Italian

sausage, pepperoni, Canadian

bacon, and meatballs. You’ll also

find a host of mushrooms, onions,

green peppers, black and green

olives, and tomatoes along with a

(generous) sprinkle of bacon on top.

I feel absolutely no shame eating

it, since I get my fill of protein and

veggies. OK, maybe a little when I

finish the whole thing by myself.”

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“When I want something a little

fresh and less meaty, I often stop

by Roseville’s Trademark Pizza

Company to grab their sweet

and savory Maui Kapaui.

It’s the perfect pizza crust with

red sauce, melty mozzarella and

provolone, smoked ham, pieces

of pineapple that are expertly

roasted, and the surprisingly

fresh addition of chopped chives

on top. Just FYI, they also have

a dairy-free cheese option that

my vegan bestie loves. We’re

both happy campers here.”

trademarkpizza.com

“Thin is in—as in thin

crust—and Chicago Fire’s

thin crust Pepperoni

and Black Olive is

always my go-to on pizza

night. Even though their

deep dish is to die for, this

particular pie is equally

satisfying with a lot less

guilt. Plus, the crust is

just there to transport all

the good stuff on top!”

chicagofire.com

“I love everything about

Sacramento Pizza Company

in Folsom—from the freshness

of their ingredients to being

able to participate in the pizzamaking

process. Some might

disagree, but I think Tandoori

Chicken belongs on pizza.

Traditionally, it’s eaten with

naan, but substitute that with

pizza dough and you have the

perfect pairing. Add pesto,

mozzarella, red onions, cilantro,

garlic, tandoori drizzle, and

fresh lemon juice, and you’ve

got a globally inspired pizza

that’s the perfect blend of two

cuisines.” sacpizzaco.com

“Pizza in Placerville has to be from

Pizza Bene! I invariably order the

Margherita Napoletana because

it’s so darn good. This is the real deal,

folks—complete with creamy chunks of

fresh mozzarella (try it with their worldfamous

mozzarella di bufala imported

from Naples), ribbons of fragrantly fresh

basil, quality-you-can-taste EVOO, and

their signature tomato sauce. To take

things over the edge, their crust is made

with Italian Caputo flour. It truly is Italy

on a platter!” eatpizzabene.com

“Wally’s Pizza Bar in Cameron

Park has one of my favorite

guilty pleasure pies: Pear

& Gorgonzola. The sweet

pears, tangy bite of gorgonzola,

zesty garlic cream sauce, and

peppery arugula that’s tossed in

balsamic vinaigrette is a match

made in ingredient heaven! They

also offer a gluten-free crust

for those who are against the

grain. Pair it with a craft brew,

a game on the big screen, and

good conversation, and you have

the recipe for mealtime success.”

wallyspizzabar.com

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eat & drink

TASTE

Sister Pie: The

Recipes &

Stories of a Big-

Hearted Bakery

in Detroit by

Lisa Ludwinski

(Lorena Jones

Books, 2018, $25)

Seasonal Recipe

and Beer Pairing

APPLE SAGE GOUDA PIE

The combination of fruit and cheese dates

back to ancient times, and we’re keeping

the tradition alive with this slightly savory

apple pie.

• *2 lbs. Northern Spy, Idared, or

Golden Delicious apples, peeled and

sliced

• 1 tsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice

• 3/4 cup granulated sugar

• 2 tbsp. minced fresh sage

• 1/4 cup packed light brown sugar

• 1/4 cup tapioca starch

• 1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon

• 1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg

• 1/4 tsp. kosher salt

• **1 disc Aged Gouda Pie Dough, rolled out and

fitted into a 9-inch pie pan but uncrimped, and

refrigerated

• 6 lattice strips made with Aged Gouda Pie

Dough, placed on a parchment-lined baking

sheet and refrigerated

• 1 tsp. turbinado sugar mixed with 1 tsp. allpurpose

flour

• 2 tbsp. (1/4 stick) unsalted butter, cubed and

chilled

• 1 large egg, beaten

*Apple prep: Use a peeler to remove the skin from the apples.

With a chef’s knife, slice each one along the core into four

pieces. Set the pieces face down on a cutting board and cut

each into 1/4-inch slices.

**For the recipe, visit stylergbr.com.

1. Make the filling: Transfer the apples

to a large mixing bowl and toss with the

lemon juice. In a medium bowl, combine

the granulated sugar and sage, massaging

together with your fingertips. Add the

brown sugar, tapioca starch, cinnamon,

nutmeg, and salt. Add to the apples and

Wine

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toss with your hands until evenly distributed.

2. When you’re ready to assemble the pie, remove the unbaked crust and lattice strips from

the refrigerator. Sprinkle the sugar-flour mixture all over the bottom of the crust. Layer the

apples on top, being careful not to mound them in the center. Dot the apples with butter cubes.

3. Place one strip of lattice across the center of the pie. Take another strip and lay it on top,

perpendicular to the first one, creating a cross. Lay the next two strips on either side of the first

strip you laid down, so they are parallel to both each other and the original strip. Next, working

with the original strip, fold back both ends toward the center, and then place the last two lattice

strips down on either side of the second (perpendicular) strip. Fold the original strip back down,

so that it lies across and on top of the newly placed strips. It should look like a woven lattice.

4. Tear off the ends of the lattice pieces so they’re flush with the perimeter of the tin. Roll the

edge of the crust in, sealing the lattice. Crimp, being careful to push the crimps down and into

the pie, as opposed to keeping them too loose on the edge. Put the assembled pie in the freezer

for a 15-minute rest. Preheat your oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

5. Remove the pie from the freezer, place on the baking sheet, and brush the lattice and

crimped edge with the beaten egg. Transfer the baking sheet with the pie on it to the oven and

bake for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust is evenly golden brown. Turn the temperature down

to 325°F and continue to bake for 50-70 minutes, until the pie juices are bubbling in the center.

6. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and transfer the pie to a wire rack to cool for 4-6

hours. When the pie is at room temperature, slice it into 6-8 pieces and serve.

Store leftover pie, well wrapped in plastic wrap or

under a pie dome, at room temperature for up to two

days. Makes one, nine-inch pie.

Boeger Hangtown Red Lot 56

ABV: 15%

OVERALL RATING: 5

TASTING NOTES: Earthy, bold, and

luscious; perfect blend of Zinfandel,

Pinot Noir, Barbera, Mouvedre, Cabernet

Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Petit Sirah; ripe

and rich flavors of black cherry, plum, and

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OVERALL RATING is the average score (out of 5) given by Style staff tasters. Ratings should be taken with a grain

of salt, as we are by no means “experts”—just hard-working employees who enjoy imbibing.

Pairs with

AMADOR BREWING

COMPANY’S ALTBIER

ABV: 6.3%

Amador Brewing Company’s

delightfully malty Altbier is

everything a Northern

German amber beer

should be: light in color,

full-bodied, and layered

with a distinct caramel

taste and mild bready

flavor. It finishes dry with

a tangy, slightly spicy

bitterness from the noble

hops. Its delicate flavor pairs

perfectly with the pie’s buttery,

nutty Gouda; while the malty notes help soak

some of the apple’s sweetness right up.

—Laura Ziegler, 36 Handles

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Reprinted with permission from Sister Pie, copyright © 2018. Photography by E.

E. Berger. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House.

Beer photo courtesy of Amador Brewing Company. Wine photos courtesy of

Boeger Winery.


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introducing

Q&A WITH LOCAL COMPANIES

Cellar Door Platters and Displays

JULIE CASSOTTA

Rocklin, cellardoorplatters.com

Dancing Zebra Safari Co.

JESSICA MATHEWS

4120 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 306-450, Granite Bay, 916-792-5934,

dancingzebrasafari.com

Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?

Cellar Door Platters is a cheese and charcuterie platter service—a

caterer of sorts. The concept came to me when I was running

a cheese shop in Los Angeles. Making platters was one of my

favorite things to do in the store, and I thought it would be a fun

way to combine my cheese and culinary experience and add

something different to the Northern California food scene.

What was the first job you ever had, and what did you learn

from the experience?

I grew up working in a local guitar shop that my family owned.

Aside from the technical aspect, I learned how to be an employee,

how to run a small business, how to build relationships with

clients and vendors, how important it is to be genuine and honest,

and what it means to have people depend on you. Extremely

valuable life lessons happened in that little shop.

Where do you go when the going gets tough?

I turn to nature. I love camping and hiking or enjoying my backyard.

I’m recharged by spending a few minutes outdoors.

What’s your biggest job perk?

Sampling all of the cheeses! Isn’t eating and trying everything

the best part of any food job though? Also, there’s usually wine

involved.

What’s your favorite place to eat out locally?

I’m a big fan of supporting privately owned restaurants. Some of

my local favorites are Primo Pizza, El Mariachi Taqueria, Mezcalito

Oaxacan Cuisine, PK Sushi, and The Pour Choice.

And finally, customer service is…?

The most important element! Being a food-based business,

customer interaction isn’t only key but also rewarding. It feels

great to see and hear people enjoying something you created just

for them; it doesn’t get any better.

Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?

I started Dancing Zebra Safari Co.—an agency that plans boutique,

luxury safaris in Tanzania and other parts of Eastern and Southern

Africa—in 2016. A native Californian, I graduated from UC Santa

Barbara and went straight to law school at the University of San

Francisco. By the age of 26, I was a successful Nevada divorce

attorney and running my own family law practice. Upon starting

a family of my own, however, I paused my legal career and moved

to Hawaii for my husband’s medical training. As our children

grew, so did my perspective on life and career. Contemplating “life

after children,” I boarded a plane for a wedding in Tanzania, not

realizing the answer I sought would greet me on the other side.

In discovering Serengeti National Park, I found my passion. With

a lifelong affinity for animals and a thirst for exploration, I was

deeply inspired and knew I’d spend the next season of life helping

others experience the same indescribable magic. I spent the next

two years researching wildlife safaris in Tanzania, hosting safari

guides at my home in California, and preparing for what is now

Dancing Zebra Safari Co. Today, I use the same attention to detail

and business savvy used as an attorney, but instead of taking

clients to trial, I take them to Tanzania.

How are you involved with the community?

My whole family volunteers at the SPCA.

What’s your favorite place to eat out locally?

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar. They have unique dishes and are

dog-friendly!

Where do you and your family go locally to have fun?

Miner’s Ravine Trail, Massage Envy, Beat the Room, and Studio

Movie Grill.

What’s your favorite childhood memory?

Jumping off the deck into 10 ten feet of snow at my family's

mountain house between Reno and Lake Tahoe.

DO YOU KNOW THAT OUR EDITORIAL IS NOT PAID FOR, NOR CAN IT BE PURCHASED?

In fact, our Introducing and Eat & Drink section reviews are not paid advertisements. If you’d like your business profiled, please email Megan Wiskus at megan@stylemg.com. Once we

determine when your business will be featured, we will contact you to schedule a time to come out and take a photograph. Thank you!

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Awards, awards, awards.

It seems that someone is giving away or receiving an award, wherever you look. So, the big

question that arises is: Do they mean anything?

The answer—in the case of our Readers’ Choice Awards—is an easy one: Yes, they

matter—and they matter to all

involved: 1) those giving the award;

2) those receiving the award; and 3)

the reader, who is making a purchase decision

because of these awards.

As marketers, we understand that the

Readers’ Choice Awards make a huge difference

to businesses in many ways, most notably,

awareness. Awareness is where it all begins

for any business. Simply put, no awareness=no

business. Do awards mean more sales? A recent

survey from business.com says yes: 37% more

sales.

For the past 12 years, STYLE’s Readers’ Choice

Awards have generated more voters, and votes,

than all the other local/regional awards from

media companies, combined. Yes combined.

This year was our biggest awards voting ever

with over 90,000 votes cast, 8,500 of which were

“write-in” votes—amazing! This is the kind of

reader involvement that publications can only hope for. Does it say something about our readership

and involvement in the community? We’ll let you answer that.

From time to time, we hear that people think our winners are only advertisers, and honestly,

nothing could be further from the truth. Here are the facts: When we tally all winners from all

regions, and then do the math, 79% of the winners are not advertisers.

What this all comes down to is you—the reader. Your engagement with our awards

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We are proud to deliver such a meaningful awards platform, one with checks

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abuse, and which keeps the voting results accurate and above board.

So here you have it—the most in-depth, local business awards available in the

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our 250,000 monthly print and online readers.

Please feel free to email us if you have any questions or would like more

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Thank you for reading!

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