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New movie series pairs free flicks with gourmet snacks

New movie series pairs free flicks with gourmet snacks

Duck fat popcorn and free movie nights? Yes, please. A new weekly series called Popcorn Culture is offering up gratis film screenings and chef-made snacks, and it's getting into the spooky spirit with Halloween-themed films during the month of October. Every Tuesday night...

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Sactown Magazine wins two Folio Awards in NYC

Sactown Magazine wins two Folio Awards in NYC

We’re thrilled to announce that last night, at a ceremony in New York, Folio magazine, the country's largest trade publication for our industry, handed out its annual Folio Awards, and Sactown won in two categories. One award was for best cover design for last...

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The first-ever Brew Street festival to take over midtown

The first-ever Brew Street festival to take over midtown

Get ready to soak up the suds. After three years of working with Deschutes Brewery’s to bring the “Worlds Largest Pop-Up Pub” to Sacramento, this fall, Elk Grove-based nonprofit Runnin for Rhett will be striking out on its own to create Brew Street, an equally mammoth...

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Grange to celebrate its 10th anniversary with an all-star chefs' dinner

Grange to celebrate its 10th anniversary with an all-star chefs' dinner

Normally, 10 cooks in the kitchen might seem like too many, but not for Grange Restaurant & Bar's 10th anniversary dinner, which is bringing together 10 top chefs from around the region to create a 10-course gustatory extravaganza.  On Nov. 10, Grange will offer three seatings for...

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Swiss light artist to project one-of-a-kind light art work on the walls of Sutter’s Fort

Swiss light artist to project one-of-a-kind light art work on the walls of Sutter’s Fort

Let there be lights. Later this month, Sutter’s Fort will be illuminated with a one-of-a-kind work created by renowned Swiss light artist Gerry Hofstetter. On Oct. 25, Hofstetter, who has lit up landmarks like the Roman Colosseum, the pyramids of Egypt and the National Cathedral in...

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Perk up during Specialty Coffee Week with these buzzy events

Perk up during Specialty Coffee Week with these buzzy events

Whether you are a latte lover, an espresso enthusiast or a coffee newby, the fifth annual Sacramento Specialty Coffee Week, which takes place Oct. 8-13, will feature six days full of all things java, from screenings of short films to a coffee-infused cocktail battle. Old Soul at...

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Done Wanderin'

Done Wanderin'

It’s been 16 years since Jackie Greene’s album "Gone Wanderin' " was named one of the best releases of 2002 by "Rolling Stone." Since then, he’s made eight more records, trotted the globe as lead guitarist of The Black Crowes, and toured with Lyle Lovett and B.B King. And now, after a decade away from his hometown, Sacramento’s prodigal singer-songwriter has returned with a wife, a daughter, and, yes, new music on the way. It’s time to shake, (baby) rattle and roll.

Elevating Art

Elevating Art

Public art is surging in Sacramento, but some of our greatest potential canvases are hidden right below our feet.

A Tale of Two Towers

A Tale of Two Towers

In recent months, proposals emerged for two of the last opportunity sites on Capitol Mall. Each tells a very different story about civic ambition, smart planning and political prudence, or the lack thereof.

Fruitful Endeavor

Fruitful Endeavor

A local mother-and-daughter team encourages leaps of faith (and take one of their own) with their lemony-fresh debut book

Chef Jeremiah Tower

Chef Jeremiah Tower

He’s been called the “father of American cuisine” by Martha Stewart and he’s credited with starting the farm-to-fork movement in the 1970s as a chef at Berkeley’s Chez Panisse, where he gained wide acclaim for his use of regional ingredients, including those from Sacramento. Over 40 years later, it’s a full-crop-circle moment for Jeremiah Tower, as he comes to the capital city in September to oversee the Tower Bridge Dinner, which will cap the monthlong Farm-to-Fork Celebration. The food pioneer steps out of the kitchen to talk about the accidental birth of the modern locavore trend, his longtime friendship with local grocer Darrell Corti, and what it feels like to be back in the culinary spotlight.

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