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Local graphic designer puts Sacramento neighborhoods on the map—literally

Local graphic designer puts Sacramento neighborhoods on the map—literally

Oak Park. Gardenland. Colonial Heights. Strawberry Manor. “Sacramento has some pretty awesomely named neighborhoods,” says local graphic designer Amber Witzke, who debuted a new artistic map of the city in early December. “And I didn’t realize how many [neighborhoods]...

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Punch Bowl Social and other Downtown Commons eateries ready to open their doors

Punch Bowl Social and other Downtown Commons eateries ready to open their doors

This Friday, Dec. 15, Punch Bowl Social will open its Sacramento location in the Downtown Commons (DoCo) plaza, as the newest addition the burgeoning downtown district. The first Northern California location of the Denver-based chain will open its doors at 9 p.m. on Friday, Dec....

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Your Complete Guide to the 2017 Holiday Season in the Sacramento region

Your Complete Guide to the 2017 Holiday Season in the Sacramento region

12 festive holiday events in and around Sacramento  Sactown's 2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Made in Sacramento Edition A holiday-themed pop-up bar comes to Sacramento this December Shop, drink and be merry during the 12 Days of Midtown Global Winter Wonderland sets Cal...

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A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Dec. 8

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Dec. 8

Hungry? We've got a big list of food news from around the region, including a menu update at Dad's Kitchen, a farm-to-bottle whiskey release and the scoop on a spicy new pepper festival launching next year. Read on for the dish.  Dad's Kitchen When Dad's Kitchen on...

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12 festive holiday events in and around Sacramento

12 festive holiday events in and around Sacramento

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Sacramento. Join in the spirit of the season at these holiday events—from a 17-acre light display at Cal Expo to a celebrated Victorian festival in Nevada City.  Elf the Musical Jr. Through Dec. 16 Young thespians for the...

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Local artist creates stunning patterns using leaves at Sacramento State

Local artist creates stunning patterns using leaves at Sacramento State

As the fall season ushers in crisp weather, a curious artistic display of canary yellow labyrinths and gold honeycombs pops up below the gingko trees at Sacramento State University. The intricate leaf art is the handiwork of Sacramento native Joanna Hedrick, a counselor at the...

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Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Made in Sacramento Edition

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Made in Sacramento Edition

From pint-sized soap made with local craft beer to a Sacramento-themed silk pocket square, here are eight first-rate holiday gifts to write home about

The Ultimate Guide to Apple Hill

The Ultimate Guide to Apple Hill

For many Sacramentans, A is for Apple Hill, especially in the fall. Want to know where to go for the best homemade pies or the freshest cider doughnuts? We’ve got your apples-to-apples guide to the beloved region. Scroll down—your fruit-full adventure awaits

The Rules of Attractions

The Rules of Attractions

With all the recent talk of transforming Sacramento into a “destination city,” it’s time to figure out just what that means. And do we have the vision—and the money—to make it happen?

Now Boarding

Now Boarding

Sacramento’s airport needs hotel rooms and the city needs more civic amenities. A hotel in Stockholm presents a creative sleepover solution. Let’s land our own dream liner.

Riverfront Project Manager Richard Rich

Riverfront Project Manager Richard Rich

In 2016, the city of Sacramento hired Richard Rich—once the private sector development director of the railyards—to represent its interests on the massive infill project. Today, the bulk of his focus is on solving a problem that has vexed this town for decades—how to revive our underutilized riverfront.

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