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Sacramento’s first "Taco Party" comes to downtown in October

Sacramento’s first "Taco Party" comes to downtown in October

This fall, Sacramentans will be given a chance to vote for something other than a national leader. Downtown’s Cesar Chavez Plaza will host the ultimate Taco Tuesday event during the first-ever Sacramento Taco Party on Oct. 4. The tasting event and competition, organized by Rodney...

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Big Day of Giving returns to Sacramento with bigger fundraising goal

Big Day of Giving returns to Sacramento with bigger fundraising goal

Charity begins at home—and in one's hometown: Starting at midnight on Tuesday, May 3, and ending at 11:59 p.m. that evening, the third annual Big Day of Giving online fundraiser will aim to raise $6 million for 570 local nonprofits, including Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary, the Crocker Art...

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Sacramento Kings announce three new restaurant partners for Golden 1 Center

Sacramento Kings announce three new restaurant partners for Golden 1 Center

Keeping its pledge to offer local, farm-to-fork fare at Golden 1 Center, which is set to open this October, the Sacramento Kings are announcing three more partnerships with prominent Sacramento-based restaurants today. Golden 1 Center’s executive chef Michael Tuohy, who is developing and...

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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for April 21

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for April 21

Fresh, flavorful food is the theme of this week's roundup. Two popular midtown eateries launch new menu additions, a Hawaiian seafood restaurant is slated to open in midtown, an outpost of a popular suburban brunch spot comes to East Sacramento, and the second location of a celebrate ramen...

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What's Cooking

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Chocolate Week returns to Old Sacramento

Chocolate Week returns to Old Sacramento

Warning: If you're dieting for bathing suit season, stop reading here and click over to this very informative story about a new farmers' market in town. Lots of fresh fruit and veggies. Yum. Now, for the rest of you, boy are you in for a treat. Literally. The second annual...

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Unseen Heroes launch new Sacramento farmers’ market

Unseen Heroes launch new Sacramento farmers’ market

Most large-scale farmers’ markets in the region are held on weekends, peaking in the early morning hours. But starting tomorrow, the Market at Power Inn is set to change all that. Local event marketing agency Unseen Heroes—which has helped run events like...

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The Super Dome

The Super Dome

Access to the beautiful Capitol dome and its 360-degree views ended during World War II. But other capital cities like Denver and Topeka, Kansas are raising the roof on their capitols by reopening their domes and allowing for more historical education, increased tourism and stunning views. These days, the State of California is taking a lot from its citizens. Here’s an easy way to give something back.

A Culture of Sculpture

A Culture of Sculpture

In towns across the globe, sculpture festivals spotlight art and artists, all while adding to a city’s urban fabric. We too should set our artists loose on the streets of Sacramento.

An Open and Shut Case

An Open and Shut Case

The front doors of the State Capitol first opened before Edison invented the light bulb. It’s time to shed some light on why they were locked in 2014 and correct this Capitol offense.

Plane Spotting

Plane Spotting

At airports throughout the world, creative new observation decks are giving both locals and travelers a first-class view of the friendly skies. Let’s find a way to get a similar venture off the ground at Sacramento International.

The Brutalist Truth

The Brutalist Truth

Sacramento is brimming with optimism these days, but a proposal to spend up to $80 million to fix one of our city’s worst buildings is recklessly pessimistic. It’s time for this plan to exit stage left.

Our Man Inside

Our Man Inside

For the first time since 1882, a Sacramentan will be the second most powerful politician in California. After decades of state leadership coming from the Bay and Southern California, we’ll finally have one of our own at the big table. So what will it mean for this region? And does Darrell Steinberg have what it takes to deliver?

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