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Monday brunch? Here are 9 delectable Labor Day options

Monday brunch? Here are 9 delectable Labor Day options

The upcoming three-day weekend is the perfect time to take advantage of an extra day to indulge in the region’s best brunch offerings. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Monday brunches taking place this Labor Day around the region. Café Bernardo All five Café...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
New wine bar to open downtown in October

New wine bar to open downtown in October

Oenophiles, get ready to be wined (and dined). San Francisco restaurateur John Marco is adding to downtown Sacramento’s transformation with the opening of a new wine bar at 4th and L, next to Foundation Restaurant & Bar and one block from the Golden 1 Center. Whired Wine (which gets...

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The City

Tickets on sale for “Region Rising” event in November featuring “Creative Class” author Richard Florida

Tickets on sale for “Region Rising” event in November featuring “Creative Class” author Richard Florida

Richard Florida, author of The Rise of the Creative Class and a renowned expert on the social and economic dynamics of cities, will be the opening speaker at the first-ever "Region Rising," one-day conference organized by Sacramento-based Valley Vision and the Sacramento Area Council of...

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The Weekender

11 ways to have fun during the Labor Day weekend in Sacramento

11 ways to have fun during the Labor Day weekend in Sacramento

From a Wipeout-inspired fun run to an anime convention and a boot-scootin’ Old Sacramento festival, we’ve rounded up 11 fun ways for you to make the most of summer’s last hurrah during the upcoming three-day weekend.  Brazilian Independence Day Street Festival Sept. 5...

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What's Cooking

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Hot Italian to open Davis pizzeria this fall

Hot Italian to open Davis pizzeria this fall

Hot Italian is bringing the heat to Davis with a new restaurant opening in late fall in the Davis Commons, next to Mikuni and Whole Foods. The Davis location of the popular pizza and panini bar, which is scheduled to open in late November or early December, will be slightly smaller than its...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Food trucks, craft beer and live music at Harvest for Hunger event

Food trucks, craft beer and live music at Harvest for Hunger event

Nab a scoop of gelato or a glass of Track 7 IPA for a good cause at the 7th annual Harvest for Hunger event. Thurs., Sept. 10. The lively street festival benefits the River City Food Bank, Sacramento’s oldest continuously serving food bank, whose volunteers have provided assistance to...

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What's Her Excuse?

What's Her Excuse?

In 2012, an Elk Grove mother of three caused a social media stir with a single Facebook post. By 2013, that post went viral, transforming Maria Kang into a polarizing figure at the center of a national debate on obesity and fitness. With a new book out and her nascent “no excuses” movement growing, she’s grabbing the spotlight again. Is she helping or hurting? It’s more complicated than you might think.

A Long, Strange Trip

A Long, Strange Trip

With All Things Must Pass, his documentary chronicling the epic rise and fall of Tower Records, actor-director Colin Hanks brings the story of his hometown’s most famous, freewheeling brand to life on the big screen.

Q&A with Richard Florida, author of 'Who's Your City?'

Q&A with Richard Florida, author of 'Who's Your City?'

In 2002, with his best-selling book The Rise of the Creative Class, Richard Florida kick-started a national conversation about how cities can attract the kind of people that will help them grow and compete. A professor of business and creativity at the University of Toronto, his new book, Who’s Your City?, focuses on helping people choose the city that fits them best. He tells Sactown why our geography and diversity will help propel Sacramento to new heights.

Through the Glass Darkly

Through the Glass Darkly

A strong, moody new album finds Roseville-raised singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe on the verge of rock stardom

Aqua Duck

Aqua Duck

Since 2007, a Dutch artist’s massive rubber ducks have been enthralling audiences in coastal and river cities around the world, bringing both whimsy and tangible economic impacts. Why don’t we take a quack at it?

Farm-to-Freeway?

Farm-to-Freeway?

As Sacramento’s farm-to-fork identity takes root, now is the time to replant our region’s biggest farmers’ market in a location that honors our agricultural heritage, not “cements” it.

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