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New "Contagious Color" mural set to brighten road to Sacramento

New "Contagious Color" mural set to brighten road to Sacramento

Come November, the once-neglected 12th Street passageway into the central city will become an appealing, lively corridor thanks to Contagious Color, a new public-art initiative approved this past week by the Sacramento City Council. The project is helmed by L/C Mural & Design, the...

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Pop-up rooftop park returns to midtown this weekend

Pop-up rooftop park returns to midtown this weekend

This weekend, join the Rooftop Alliance as it transforms the roof of a midtown parking garage into UPark 2014, a pop-up urban park offering two days of yoga, dance, art, movies, beer, a mobile produce stand and other offerings. The park will occupy the top floor of the garage at 20th and L...

The Weekender

The Sactown Weekend Update for Sept. 19-21

The Sactown Weekend Update for Sept. 19-21

A Taste of Sacramento (Friday) Sample some of the best food, wine and beer the capital city has to offer at this 16th annual event that benefits the Easter Seals Superior California, whose programs support those with disabilities. Taste items from nearly 20 area restaurants, including...

What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
10 delicious ways to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day

10 delicious ways to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day

Happy National Cheeseburger Day, Sacramento! Many will celebrate the occasion at tonight's annual Burger Battle at Cesar Chavez Plaza, where chefs from Broderick Roadhouse, Ettore’s (both 2013 winners), de Vere’s Irish Pub and a dozen other eateries will face off for burger...

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Sacramento-area artisans have eyes on Martha Stewart American Made prize

Sacramento-area artisans have eyes on Martha Stewart American Made prize

It’s maker break time for a handful of Sacramento-area artisans. The Martha Stewart American Made contest has thrust more than 900 independent producers in the design, crafts, food and style realms into a competition to be recognized as one of the country’s foremost...

What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Federalist brings new beer, bocce and food destination to midtown

Federalist brings new beer, bocce and food destination to midtown

Come early October, midtown will have a new source for craft beer and farm-to-fork fare when Federalist, a beer garden and restaurant, opens its doors on N Street between 20th and 21st streets, inside seven 40-foot-long welded-together shipping containers. Owner and architect Marvin...

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Inside Out

Inside Out

How one modern family and their architect developed a Sacramento home that blurs the lines between the lives inside and the world outdoors.

The Aggie Express

The Aggie Express

Civic leaders around the world are working hard to attract the best and brightest young minds to their respective cities. Meanwhile, we’re losing thousands per year. Here’s how to get back on the right track.

For a city that once connected people from across the nation by building the Transcontinental Railroad, we sure are having a hard time connecting the people in our own backyard. When engineer Theodore Judah met with four prominent Sacramento businessmen in 1860 and pitched the idea of a railroad that would connect Sacramento to Omaha over a treacherous stretch of the Sierra Nevada mountains, ground broke on the venture a mere three years later. And the last spike was driven into the track in 1869—nine years from pitch meeting to completion for the 1,776-mile connection.

The Nuclear Options

The Nuclear Options

It’s been 25 years since Sacramento’s sole nuclear power plant was shuttered. Other cities have turned their aging cooling towers into hot commodities. Maybe we can, too.

Glass Act

Glass Act

“Obviously, to begin our life with our innovation lab at the same time we’re working with Google’s innovation lab—which is by far one of the premier innovation labs in the country—was really exciting,” McGrann says. “What we learned was that we had a lot to bring to the table.”

Dancing Queen

Dancing Queen

Drop Dead Diva star Kate Levering makes for one singular sensation in A Chorus Line at Music Circus this summer.

Game Face

Game Face

Soccer legend Preki has one name and one objective as the first coach of the new Sacramento Republic FC: Winning. Let the games begin!

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