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Fashion, food and summer are in focus at Sacramento's inaugural First Festival

Fashion, food and summer are in focus at Sacramento's inaugural First Festival

Memorial Day Weekend might customarily usher in the summer season, but what ushers in Memorial Day? Look for the answer this May in West Sacramento, which will host the inaugural First Festival on May 23 to launch 2015’s season of outdoor festivities. Born from the minds of local...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Why wait? Mother installs a “line cam” so patrons can gauge the queue at the popular Sacramento eatery

Why wait? Mother installs a “line cam” so patrons can gauge the queue at the popular Sacramento eatery

Mother fans, your wait is over. Thanks to the live-streaming “line cam” that the popular downtown vegetarian restaurant broadcasts on its website, patrons can now monitor the busy lunch and dinner rushes from their laptops before heading over. Ryan Donahue, co-owner of Mother, says...

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The City

Grown-up slumber party, Trash Film Orgy overtake downtown art center

Grown-up slumber party, Trash Film Orgy overtake downtown art center

Pack your pajamas—and your sense of adventure—and head over to Verge Center for the Arts on Mar. 7 for the art gallery’s inaugural Verge All Nighter event. Offering a night of festivities until 2 in the morning, the slumber party invites adult guests to lounge on the...

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Go hog wild at Davis Farmers Market’s 24th Annual Pig Day

Go hog wild at Davis Farmers Market’s 24th Annual Pig Day

Get ready to live high on the hog on March 7 at Pig Day, Davis Farmers Market's annual tribute to pigs, local farmers, food and agriculture—the only event of its kind in California. "We’re celebrating different parts of agriculture, [rather] than just focusing on fruits...

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The City

Artists debut new renderings of Bright Underbelly mural planned for farmers' market

Artists debut new renderings of Bright Underbelly mural planned for farmers' market

Bright Underbelly, the eagerly anticipated artistic revamp of the WX freeway’s blank underside, will begin this summer, with a refined mural design officially releasing today at 5:30 p.m. at New Helvetia Brewing Company. In addition to unveiling the latest version of Bright...

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Sacramento Beer Week 2015: Raise a glass at these 10 can't-miss events

Sacramento Beer Week 2015: Raise a glass at these 10 can't-miss events

Sacramento Beer Week, which began as a tribute to Sacramento’s beer scene by nine brewers in 2010, has grown this year into an 11-day beer bacchanal that will feature over 600 beer tastings, dinners, fairs, festivals and other related events starting Thursday, Feb. 26. Sip on these 10...

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Bruce Monighan Q&A

Bruce Monighan Q&A

Fat's Incredible

Fat's Incredible

As Sacramento’s first family of Chinese food celebrates its flagship restaurant’s 75th anniversary, delicious—and bittersweet—changes are in the air.

Zoo Station

Zoo Station

For years, the concept of a passenger train running from Old Sacramento to the Sacramento Zoo has been stalled by one obstacle after the next. Now is the time to get this wild idea back on track.

Topping off the Town

Topping off the Town

Cities like Paris, St. Louis and Seattle are instantly recognizable worldwide, not because of office buildings, but for iconic observation towers that scrape the sky. It’s time to top off Sacramento’s skyline with an architectural exclamation point.

Right as Rain

Right as Rain

This year, California was hit by a serious drought, with more dry spells predicted in coming decades. It’s time to get creative and save water for a non-rainy day by building our own tower of showers.

This year, California was hit by a serious drought, with more dry spells predicted in coming decades. It’s time to get creative and save water for a non-rainy day by building our own tower of showers.

Project Runway

Project Runway

Sacramento to London? Beijing? Austin, maybe? Cities all across the country are aggressively pursuing new nonstop flights in a race to lure new companies and keep the ones they already have. Here’s why it’s critical that we help SMF to Score More Flights.

Sacramento to London? Beijing? Austin, maybe? Cities all across the country are aggressively pursuing new nonstop flights in a race to lure new companies and keep the ones they already have. Here’s why it’s critical that we help SMF to Score More Flights.

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