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Acclaimed local sci-fi author gets Tom Hanks' tweet of approval

Acclaimed local sci-fi author gets Tom Hanks' tweet of approval

This past Sunday morning, while much of the West Coast was still asleep, Tom Hanks, aka Sacramento State's most famous alum, tweeted (and posted to Instagram) that a book he had read rocked his world, in turn rocking the world of the book’s author, longtime Davis resident Kim Stanley...

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A new exhibit remembers Bee editorial cartoonist Rex Babin

A new exhibit remembers Bee editorial cartoonist Rex Babin

When The Sacramento Bee's Rex Babin passed away from cancer in 2012 at the age of 49, it rocked the world of editorial cartoonists. “Rex’s death was like the Kennedy assassination of American political cartooning in a lot of ways,” says Jack Ohman, Babin’s...

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A new pizzeria and taproom to open in El Dorado Hills

A new pizzeria and taproom to open in El Dorado Hills

Boulevard 41, a new fast-casual pizzeria and taproom, will open at El Dorado Hills Town Center by the end of September. The eatery will feature hand-crafted Neapolitan-style pizzas using ingredients from mainly Northern California-based farms. The menu will consist of six 11-inch pizzas...

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Celebrate National S'mores Day with these 7 local takes on the classic campfire treat

Celebrate National S'mores Day with these 7 local takes on the classic campfire treat

Happy National S'mores Day, Sacramento! No time to build a campfire for DIY s'mores today? No problem. Happily, seven local restaurants, bakeries and desserteries are dishing up their versions of the classic campfire treat, featuring everything from chocolate chip...

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11 cool summer cocktails to beat the heat

11 cool summer cocktails to beat the heat

We're halfway through summer, and it's still hot out there. Sure, you can run through a sprinkler or jump in a pool to cool down, but we'd rather chill with a refreshing boozy beverage in hand. From a rum cocktail topped with Dole Whip to a flight of frozen...

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Longtime Grange chef shares details for his new downtown restaurant

Longtime Grange chef shares details for his new downtown restaurant

Camden Spit & Larder, the new restaurant from Oliver Ridgeway, the longtime executive chef of Grange Restaurant & Bar, is set to open its doors on Capitol Mall in October. The restaurant, in the 555 Capitol Mall building across the street from the Golden 1 Center, will...

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The Shapes of Water

The Shapes of Water

In cities like Venice and London, rivers and canals are doubling as gallery spaces, displaying art like no walls ever could. Let’s make some waves in the art world, too.

The Upside of Underpasses

The Upside of Underpasses

There’s a growing global phenomenon in which community parks and other highly desirable public spaces are popping up beneath freeways and railway lines. It’s time for us to take a look under the hood as well.

Best of the City 2018

Best of the City 2018

A totally awesome ’80s cafe, a Delta cider that’s pear-rific, a Princely garden plant, an ice cream parlor with a deliciously dark secret, the first human-powered gym, the last typewriter repairman, groovy cherry blossom groves, teddy bear slumber parties, edible beer, imbibable cakes, and more. To borrow from Greta Gerwig’s description of her placemaking movie "Lady Bird"—which also made the list—here is our annual love letter to Sacramento and to the people, places and things that make it home.

The Whole Earth Cataloguer

The Whole Earth Cataloguer

UC Davis professor Harris Lewin is about to launch one of the most audacious scientific ventures in human history—to map the DNA of every living thing on Earth. The 10-year, $5 billion quest could result in a tsunami of medical cures, solutions for global hunger, and the creation of a new “Silicon Valley of agricultural science and biotechnology” right here in our backyard. Oh, and it might save the planet too.

The Last Straws?

The Last Straws?

A bill to curtail plastic straw use in restaurants could hit the governor’s desk this summer. But some environmentally conscious eateries already have a message for the plastic industry: Suck on this.

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