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Fried chicken shop opens virtual restaurant in Sacramento

Fried chicken shop opens virtual restaurant in Sacramento

If you’re looking for Plucked Chicken & Beer on a map of Sacramento, you won’t find it. That’s because it doesn’t exist, at least physically. Its six versions of fried chicken sandwiches, two types of loaded fries, and unique take on nachos are only available through...

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A popular Woodland coffee shop to open a cozy, contemporary second location in Sacramento

A popular Woodland coffee shop to open a cozy, contemporary second location in Sacramento

Espresso enthusiasts looking for a good buzz will find it at a new downtown coffee spot, the second outpost of Woodland-based Morgan’s Mill, which is expected to open at the end of February on K Street. Just like at the flagship cafe, java drinks—including a three-minute pour over...

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Devil May Care Ice Cream to open downtown in March

Devil May Care Ice Cream to open downtown in March

You’ll scream for you-know-what when West Sacramento’s pint-size Devil May Care Ice Cream & Frozen Treats comes to downtown Sacramento in March. The mini ice cream mecca has gained a cult following with its rotating repertoire of bespoke ice cream flavors like Lavender Honey...

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New plant-based eatery to offer veganified versions of comfort food classics like fried chicken and mac and cheese

New plant-based eatery to offer veganified versions of comfort food classics like fried chicken and mac and cheese

Whether it’s your mom’s Velveeta mac and cheese or grandma’s cast-iron fried chicken, comfort food is typically—gloriously—meaty, cheesy and greasy. But a new restaurant, Pure Soul Plant-Based Eats in East Sacramento, will challenge that convention with its lineup of...

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The Weekender

Explore art, history and more than a few medical curiosities during Free Museum Day and Museum Week

Explore art, history and more than a few medical curiosities during Free Museum Day and Museum Week

Culture won't cost a thing on Free Museum Day, when more than 25 area museums and other venues will offer free admission on Feb. 1. Among the exhibits that will be on view at institutions around the region, Gold Mountain: Chinese Californian Stories, which opened at the California...

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The City

Sacramento photographer captures the glow of the past at new neon-sign exhibit

Sacramento photographer captures the glow of the past at new neon-sign exhibit

“Poetry of nights” is how the French philosopher Luis de Miranda described the neon signs that dominated cities throughout the 20th century. While the rise of energy-efficient LEDs and the high cost of handcrafted neon advertisement have dimmed the light art’s modern-day...

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Game Nights

Game Nights

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

Fowl Play

Fowl Play

The boozy bird’s the word at Bawk, R Street’s new finger-licking-good restaurant. A bucket of vodka-battered fried chicken with a bottle of Dom Pérignon? Oui, please.

The Lights Fantastic

The Lights Fantastic

Look down when you walk around town and you might spot some beautiful relics beneath your feet. Behold the magic of “vault lights” and how some cities are bringing them back to life.

In the Name of the Father

In the Name of the Father

After graduating from UC Davis in 1967, Stephen Kaltenbach headed east and thrived in the heady New York art world, exhibiting alongside future greats like Richard Serra and Bruce Nauman, and inhabiting provocative alter egos à la Sacha Baron Cohen before Sacha Baron Cohen was even born. But it was his return to Davis that resulted in one of Sacramento’s most beloved paintings: a hauntingly evocative portrait of his dying father. With the launch of his first solo American museum show in over 40 years, the artist reflects on the man who inspired his masterwork and his own starring role as both father and son.

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