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Find funnel cake, gold panning, deep-fried Snickers at four county fairs

Find funnel cake, gold panning, deep-fried Snickers at four county fairs

The California State Fair is wrapping up its run of extreme eats and high-flying thrills this weekend, but that doesn’t mean the fair fanfare stops there. Here are four fun county fairs in the Sacramento region to visit over the next several weeks. Yuba-Sutter Fair Aug. 3-6 Reach new...

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Ettore’s bakery gets set to expand to Roseville

Ettore’s bakery gets set to expand to Roseville

More than 30 years after opening in Arden-Arcade, Ettore’s European Bakery & Cafe will expand to a second location in Roseville, set to open by early September. At 8,500 square feet, the new outpost at 390 North Sunrise Avenue, formerly the site of ASR Restaurant & Lounge, will...

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Downtown Sacramento Partnership announces Calling All Dreamers 2017 winner: Milk House Shakes

Downtown Sacramento Partnership announces Calling All Dreamers 2017 winner: Milk House Shakes

Milk House Shakes, a concept for a shop offering up milkshakes with a presidential theme, has won the Downtown Sacramento Partnership’s 2017 Calling All Dreamers competition. The shake shop founder, Kelly Boyles of Land Park, became one of the contest’s 10 semifinalists in...

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Four frozen, boozy drinks to put on your tab this summer

Four frozen, boozy drinks to put on your tab this summer

When the weather heats up, local restaurants get creative behind the bar, turning everything from milkshakes to snow cones into frosty cocktails that quench our thirst, satisfy our sweet tooth and make our happy hours that much happier. Here are four frozen concoctions that'll help you stay...

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Jackie Greene releases new music video, hints at moving back to Sacramento

Jackie Greene releases new music video, hints at moving back to Sacramento

Singer-songwriter Jackie Greene, who grew up in Cameron Park and was a former lead guitarist for The Black Crowes, has released an animated music video for his new song “Modern Lives.” (Scroll down to watch the full video, which was released on Billboard.com Thursday morning.) This...

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5 over-the-top foods to try at the California State Fair this year

5 over-the-top foods to try at the California State Fair this year

If you’re like us, the words “state fair” conjure up images of bacon-wrapped-deep-fried-everything-on-a-stick. So when Cal Expo opened its doors on Friday for its 50th year hosting the annual feast fest, we were among the first in line to taste test some of the fair’s...

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Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

In the age of social media, cities from Amsterdam to Toronto are recognizing the branding value of civic photo ops and making typography part of their urban topography.

We the People

We the People

Crowdfunding websites might be best known for launching cool products, but these days, they’re also being used to help citizens improve their cities, one downtown waterslide at a time.

Northern Comfort

Northern Comfort

A husband-and-wife team of fine-dining veterans elevate the art of comfort food at their inviting new North Sacramento restaurant. Pull up a chair under the old oak tree on the patio and sit a spell. Supper’s almost ready.

A Welcome Home

A Welcome Home

From Los Angeles to London, civic leaders are searching for creative ways to combine technology and high design to shelter their cities’ growing homeless populations. In Sacramento, where tent villages have brought unwelcome national headlines, a home-builder-turned-councilman and an ambitious MIT-trained developer believe they may have the answer to solving the housing predicament.

Sweet Rides

Sweet Rides

They are the original food trucks. Long before we could order Peruvian fries with a red wine soy reduction from a man in a van, the only fare we could choose from a menu on the side of a vehicle was frozen and sugary and delicious. Whether you’re craving a classic Creamsicle, a dark-chocolate-covered Bailey’s Irish Cream bar, or bubble gum gelato, we’ve got the scoop on five regional ice cream trucks worth chasing down the street this summer.

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