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Best dry cleaning: Anderson’s Dry Cleaning Delivery

No more driving to the dry cleaner. Husband and wife team Tim and Sandra Anderson have come to customers since 2004, taking the hassle and wait time out of the dry cleaning experience. Our three-time winner picks up dry cleaning from their customers’ front door and delivers fresh, clean clothes the next business day. They provide […]

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Best Asian Food: Chantara Thai Cuisine

The only problem Chantara Thai Cuisine’s customers have is deciding what to order. Everything on the menu is delicious, from the roasted curry to the chicken satay to the drunken noodles. “This is the best Thai I have had,” wrote Scott Drummond on UrbanSpoon. “Great portion sizes and they cook it to the ‘heat’ that […]

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Best Cosmetic Surgeon: Dr. Ken Sumida

Nuance Cosmetic Surgery is the go-to place for cosmetic procedures for the face, body, skincare and reconstructive procedures. Dr. Ken Sumida, a board-certified plastic surgeon, earned his BS in biochemistry at University of California, Davis, his MD degree at Tufts University Medical School and completed general surgery and plastic surgery residencies at University of Hawaii and […]

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Best CPA: Pat Turner

Pat Turner, a licensed CPA and attorney, specializes in taxation, accounting, estate planning, corporate law and general business law. Turner received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from CSU, Sacramento, in 1979 and graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1989. Turner has held accounting management positions in small, medium and large companies […]

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Take a hike

Looking for a place where you and Fido can get some exercise? Check out these local trails: New York Creek Trail: This 1.6-mile dirt trail starts at the El Dorado Hills Community Service’s District’s Community Park and ends at Art Weisberg Park on Francisco Drive, across the street from Jackson Elementary School. * Source: El Dorado […]

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The vet knows best

Dr. Penny Hodge Last August, Dr. Hodge joined MarketPlace Veterinary Hospital. Hodge previously worked in Stockton for 19 years. She takes patients of the canine and feline variety and said she loves working with animals and tackling the day’s unique challenges. Hodge earned her degree at UC Davis in 1990. She grew up around animals […]

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Seniors cuddle with Kitties for Companionship

Fat Kitty City founder Ed Minghelli, who runs the sanctuary with his wife Cindy, said the facility is like Disneyland for cats, complete with great play structures like the one behind him. Village Life photo by Shelly Thorene

Cisco, a gray, green-eyed charmer meets you at the gate at Fat Kitty City, followed by Chip and Dale, striped tabby brothers who politely come up and ask for a pet. Sebastian, a huge, fluffy clone for Deuteronomy in the musical “Cats,” catches some rays in the play structure while Mystery, white with tortoiseshell markings, […]

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