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Cheesy does it at the fourth annual Sacramento Grilled Cheese Festival

Cheesy does it at the fourth annual Sacramento Grilled Cheese Festival

You'll be saying cheese and thank you for the mounds of melty sandwiches at the Sacramento Grilled Cheese Festival, the two-day foodie fête that will host its fourth annual gathering in Southside Park this spring. On Saturday, April 4, there will be unlimited tastes of...

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Odd Cookie bakery lives up to its name with pancake cupcakes and deep-fried pizzas

Odd Cookie bakery lives up to its name with pancake cupcakes and deep-fried pizzas

Weird is wonderful at downtown's new Odd Cookie Bakery Cafe & Bar, which doles out creative concoctions like cupcakes topped with mini pancakes or bourbon buttercream.

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Cider House owner to open a new smokehouse and bar

Cider House owner to open a new smokehouse and bar

Julio Peix, owner of midtown's Cider House and former owner of Dad’s Kitchen, has something new brewing in East Sacramento. His forthcoming restaurant and pub, Lefty’s Taproom—the name is a nod to the fact that both Peix and his business partner James “Panda”...

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KoJa Kitchen’s futuristic underground bar to open downtown

KoJa Kitchen’s futuristic underground bar to open downtown

The future is now at the fast-casual Korean-Japanese fusion spot KoJa Kitchen, which will unveil its space-age basement bar on Friday, Dec. 20, a couple of months after its upstairs dining space debuted downtown in late October. Descend the stairs to the underground K Street lounge...

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December's Taste roundup: Curry Up Now readies to spice things up in midtown, and more

December's Taste roundup: Curry Up Now readies to spice things up in midtown, and more

With menu items featuring cheeky names like Naughty Naan and Sexy Fries, Curry Up Now is set to spice things up with its Indian fusion fare at midtown's Ice Blocks in mid-January.   The San Francisco-based fast-casual restaurant began as a food truck in 2009 and has grown to six...

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Former Saddle Rock space to reopen as Saigon Alley

Former Saddle Rock space to reopen as Saigon Alley

Update: Saigon Alley, which soft-opened on Jan. 2, will host a grand opening on Friday, Jan. 10. Hours of operation will be Sun.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 4 p.m.-12 a.m. and Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 4 p.m.-2 a.m. ******** The high-profile midtown spot near 18th and L that was once home...

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Courtside Cantina

An eye-catching Mexican eatery has opened across from the Golden 1 Center, boasting regionally sourced south-of-the-border dishes and a room with a view that’s perfect for hooping it up.

A Killer’s Instincts

A Killer’s Instincts

California Stage’s brand-new play explores the cunning—and conning—mind of Sacramento serial murderer Dorothea Puente

Foot Traffic

Foot Traffic

In an effort to draw attention to climate change and to encourage walking, biking and taking mass transit, a growing number of cities are banning cars in select districts for one day a year. It’s time for us to brake for progress too.

True West

True West

In his day job, Cornel West is a Harvard professor, a "New York Times" best-selling author, a national authority on race and a passionate advocate for the poor. In his spare time, he’s appeared in two of the three "Matrix" films (because, well, he helped inspire them), recorded three albums, and is taking meetings on the 2020 presidential campaign trail with Bernie Sanders and Cardi B. At a time when the country feels hopelessly divided, this nearly native son of Sacramento—and a “jazzman in the world of ideas”— has a message of love and compassion for all races, religions and political persuasions. And no matter how far he ventures from home, he carries with him a moral compass that unfailingly points west.

A (New) Christmas Story

A (New) Christmas Story

A desire to break with tradition has one mom dreaming of a Korean Christmas.

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