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Exclusive sneak peek of Koja Kitchen’s forthcoming K Street restaurant and high-tech bar

Exclusive sneak peek of Koja Kitchen’s forthcoming K Street restaurant and high-tech bar

Imagine sitting in a sleek, futuristic bar that looks like it might have been transported from the set of Minority Report or 2001: A Space Odyssey with glossy white materials and touch-screen surfaces on the tables and bar from which you can order drinks, play games or watch...

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A new tech art show will light up Sacramento this summer

A new tech art show will light up Sacramento this summer

A new art show and two-day showcase, titled Light.wav, will highlight tech art in downtown Sacramento this summer. Set to take place on June 15 and 16, Light.wav was conceived by Alex Trujillo, a local multimedia artist and founder of the locally based digital and sound projection company...

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A new mini cheesecake shop set to open inside a truly tiny house

A new mini cheesecake shop set to open inside a truly tiny house

A new shop selling mini cheesecakes—and other petite goodies—is set to open on R Street just in time for Mother's Day. Elk Grove-based baker Cayla Jordan, proprietor of Creamy's by Cayla Jordan, her mostly online business that sells homemade mini cheesecakes and...

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Think outside the bun this summer at the 2018 Sacramento Taco Festival

Think outside the bun this summer at the 2018 Sacramento Taco Festival

Sacramento, get ready for Taco Saturday during the fifth annual Sacramento Taco Festival, which will take place June 2 and is expected to draw more than 10,000 people. The feast-ival, founded by Adrian Perez (who also started the online publication SacLatino Magazine), will once again...

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New documentary gets to the root of Sacramento’s love affair with trees

New documentary gets to the root of Sacramento’s love affair with trees

As April showers turn the region green, a new locally produced documentary, Made in the Shade, is shedding light on how Sacramentans fought to turn the city’s open spaces into a lush tree canopy that now serves as a natural air conditioner and a significant source of civic pride. Set to...

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The Downtown Sacramento Partnership reveals 2018 Concerts in the Park lineup

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership reveals 2018 Concerts in the Park lineup

Get ready to rock and roll all night this summer. The Downtown Sacramento Partnership just announced the lineup for its yearly free concert series that will take place Friday nights at Cesar Chavez Plaza, from May through July.  Concerts in the Park will kick off May 4 with the...

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The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

He jumps freight trains for fun. The FBI thought he might be the Unabomber. He won the National Book Award the same year as Joan Didion. And some people think he’s a lock to win the Nobel Prize for literature. Acclaimed author William T. Vollmann gives us a peek inside his Sacramento studio (and his head) on the eve of releasing his new books on climate change and the end of the world as we know it. Yes, Bill, we’ll take that scotch right about now, thank you.

The Other Red "Meat"

The Other Red "Meat"

The newest breed of vegan burgers popping up on restaurant menus around the region are so juicy and, well, meaty, they won’t have you wondering, “Where’s the beef?”

Parking Attendance

Parking Attendance

In London, local visionaries capitalized on a dying civic asset—the parking garage—to create a sculpture garden, painters’ studios and even an observation deck, all in an effort to boost an arts-fueled neighborhood. Guess what? It worked.

Don’t Trash Sacramento

Don’t Trash Sacramento

Cities around the world are fighting litter, so as the capital city adjusts to its new place in the national spotlight, it’s time to clean up our act.

Picture This

Picture This

Image is everything during the city’s inaugural Photography Month. Sacramento, get ready for your close-up.

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