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Sacramento's inaugural S’moresfest sweetens the charity pot

Sacramento's inaugural S’moresfest sweetens the charity pot

Talk about sweet charity. Dessert devotees will be in for a real treat this Saturday, Oct. 12, at the city's inaugural S’moresfest, a grown-up camp-themed fundraiser benefiting the Sacramento Central YMCA. Attendees can gather 'round the fire and channel their inner Tom Colicchio...

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Taste: Pete's moves downtown, and other dining news for October

Taste: Pete's moves downtown, and other dining news for October

Last Tuesday, Oct. 1, Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse opened its first Pete’s 7 in downtown Sacramento. Swapping sit-down service for over-the-counter ordering, the local chain’s new more casual concept features a slimmed-down menu offering the seven most popular varieties of...

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Three international food fests to check out this October

Three international food fests to check out this October

Stay local, eat global. This October, get your fill at three international food festivals, doling out everything from Armenian lamb meatballs to glazed Greek doughnuts and Russian honey cakes filled with sweet cream. Sacramento Greek Festival Oct. 4-6 Started in 1963 and drawing about...

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What's Cooking

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Sacramento baker releases new cookbook

Sacramento baker releases new cookbook

He's long been known to local chefs for having the best buns in a burger-crazy town, but now home cooks can get their hands on Gregory Berger's simple yet stunningly creative recipes. The Sacramento baker, whose breads have taken home the gold at the California State Fair, has...

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What's Cooking

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The underground Honey & the Trapcat to open in Old Sacramento

The underground Honey & the Trapcat to open in Old Sacramento

Honey & the Trapcat, a new dual-concept restaurant and bar, is slated to open at the end of September in a 6,000-square-foot, basement-level spot in the Old Sacramento Waterfront that formerly housed German beer hall Knobs and Knockers. "We're just trying to brighten up the...

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Sactown Magazine receives three national award nominations

Sactown Magazine receives three national award nominations

We here at Sactown are proud to announce that we just received three 2019 Folio Award nominations. (Folio is the national publication for the magazine industry.) The nominations are in the following categories: Best Full Issue Our April/May 2019 “Design Issue” covered all...

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Rocky Horror Time Warps to the ’20s

Rocky Horror Time Warps to the ’20s

Are you ready to travel to another dimension, with voyeuristic intention? The Green Valley Theatre Company continues its tradition of reinterpreting the ultimate cult classic, "Rocky Horror," as a period musical—this year, with a Jazz Age twist. Frank-N-Furter and flappers? We’re shivering with anticipation.

Funny Business

Funny Business

In his new B Street Theatre show about his long stand-up career, comedian Jack Gallagher plays for laughs while sharing professional highlights (his "Tonight Show" debut) and lowlights (his "Tonight Show" encore).

In his new B Street Theatre show about his long stand-up career, comedian Jack Gallagher plays for laughs while sharing professional highlights (his "Tonight Show" debut) and lowlights (his Tonight Show encore).

High-Voltage Art

High-Voltage Art

Sacramento’s stock in the art world has been rising for years, but there’s one way for us to reach even higher heights.

Arch de Triumph

Arch de Triumph

The final design for our newest bridge will be selected soon, but the choice is already clear. The Solar Arch eclipses all other contenders.

Best of the City 2019

Best of the City 2019

As they say, there must be something in the water here—Sacramento’s got it going on. From a cool moonlight hike to a cooling moo-less milkshake, from fiery hot street food to a fire-breathing street dragon, and from an Olympic-caliber butcheress to an Olympic-caliber aquatic center, here is our list of the places, people and things making big waves this year.

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