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Keep calm and cover up with these locally made fabric face masks

Keep calm and cover up with these locally made fabric face masks

If and when you need to emerge from your shelter-in-place cocoon, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now recommends wearing a cloth face mask—particularly in places where social distancing may be difficult (like at grocery stores)—in an effort to reduce the transmission of...

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What's Cooking

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Take out on your own timetable with meal kits from regional restaurants

Take out on your own timetable with meal kits from regional restaurants

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented amounts of takeout. But the sudden shift to a time-blurring work-from-home life combined with reduced hours at many restaurants could sometimes make take-out-and-eat-later a more convenient choice for diners, especially those who want to plan ahead....

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Beam into culture class from your couch with virtual art and history tours from 6 local institutions

Beam into culture class from your couch with virtual art and history tours from 6 local institutions

With many local museums doing their part to flatten the curve by closing to the public, gone are the days of hours-long wanders through our arts centers, at least for now—Gov. Gavin Newsom said California's stay-at-home directive could last through June. But being homebound doesn't...

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Show our healthcare workers some love with a caring cup of coffee

Show our healthcare workers some love with a caring cup of coffee

In the days of COVID-19, no one needs (or deserves) a morning or afternoon fix more than the healthcare workers on the frontlines of the pandemic. Thanks to a grassroots coffee-and-sympathy movement, you can buy a well-earned dose of caffeine for the region’s doctors and nurses....

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Is takeout safe? A UC Davis virologist shares how to stay healthy and support local restaurants

Is takeout safe? A UC Davis virologist shares how to stay healthy and support local restaurants

As we all adjust to life at home during the coronavirus pandemic, one of the most frequent questions that many of us are likely asking ourselves and each other is: "Is it safe?" Is it safe to go outside? Is it safe to touch our mail? Is it safe for our dogs to run around in dog...

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A popular Shanghai-style cafe in Elk Grove is bringing its cult dumplings to midtown

A popular Shanghai-style cafe in Elk Grove is bringing its cult dumplings to midtown

For Sacramento devotees of Elk Grove’s Journey to the Dumpling, your trek is about to get a bit shorter. The Shanghai-style dumpling cafe is set to open a second location in midtown at the end of 2020. Known for its signature soup-filled xiao long bao (XLB, for those in the know), the...

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Treetop of the Town

Arbor Day is April 24 and we’re the City of Trees. It’s time to move to higher ground and soak up the view.

Fever Pitch

Fever Pitch

Are you ready for some major league fútbol? MLS has finally tapped Sacramento to join its very exclusive club. Here’s an in-depth look at the new stadium and how it will raise the game for both soccer fans and our city.

Sacramento Public Library CEO Rivkah Sass

Sacramento Public Library CEO Rivkah Sass

Since taking the helm of the Sacramento Public Library system in 2009, Rivkah Sass—who was named Librarian of the Year by the "Library Journal" in 2006 while serving as the executive director of the Omaha Public Library—has shepherded the 28-branch organization through the past decade with the introduction of services like digital access to more than 200,000 e-books and the ability to check out everything from an electric guitar to a GoPro camera. We spoke to the Manteca native about what’s new at the SPL, ways to keep the library relevant in 2020, and bringing big names—from best-selling author Neil Gaiman to rapper 50 Cent—to town.

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Love at First Sip

Whether you’re happily attached or blissfully single, this pair of seasonal hot chocolates will help make your Valentine’s Day sweet and steamy

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