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Two local brothers transform instant ramen into a healthy, protein-packed meal

Two local brothers transform instant ramen into a healthy, protein-packed meal

With their new locally based venture Vite Ramen, twin brothers Tim and Tom Zheng are using their noodle and reimagining instant ramen, turning the convenient college meal into an equally convenient, but nutrient-rich option for health-conscious folks on the go.  Each package...

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Park(ing) Day returns to midtown with eco-friendly parklets

Park(ing) Day returns to midtown with eco-friendly parklets

This Friday, Sept. 21, a handful of metered parking spaces in midtown be transformed into whimsical parklets as part of the fifth annual Sacramento United Park(ing) Day. This year's theme will be “Let’s Get Sustainable!” A total of eight local...

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Two local pop-up shops to open at Downtown Commons

Two local pop-up shops to open at Downtown Commons

Starting this weekend, Downtown Commons will sweeten the pot with new ways to shop local, as Andy’s Candy Apothecary and Display x Damas open pop-ups at the retail center. Andy Paul—who launched his eponymous candy store in 2013 a few blocks away, on 9th Street—is outfitting...

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A sneak peek inside Camden Spit & Larder

A sneak peek inside Camden Spit & Larder

While Camden Spit & Larder, the new restaurant from Oliver Ridgeway, formerly the executive chef of Grange Restaurant & Bar, is still weeks away from opening (the goal is to open sometime in October), its lead architect and interior designer Brendan Koon reveals what...

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A pup-focused pub to open in South Land Park

A pup-focused pub to open in South Land Park

There are pet-friendly pubs, and then there is Mutts & Mugs.  The brainchild of married couple Alejandro Farias and Lauren Valenzuela, this “dog-centric restaurant” will inhabit a 28,000-square-foot South Land Park facility as early as next spring (the couple submitted...

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Ruhstaller’s new downtown taproom opens

Ruhstaller’s new downtown taproom opens

Ruhstaller will hold a soft opening for its new downtown taproom on Monday, Aug. 27, from 3-8 p.m. It’s the first of 17 retailers to open at the Hardin, the stylish new mixed-use project spanning the 700 block of K Street that will also house the Solomon’s Delicatessen, Kodaiko Ramen...

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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.

Raising the Barre

Raising the Barre

Amid a contentious transition, Sacramento Ballet alumna Amy Seiwert returns to the company as its new artistic director. Building on what her former mentors created over the course of nearly 30 years, she begins the delicate dance between respecting the troupe’s long-held traditions and pushing it in a decidedly bolder, more modern direction.

Homes Away From Home

Homes Away From Home

Want to get away without going away? Whether you dream of a house on the water, long for the simple pleasures of farming life, wish to be whisked to Middle-earth, or yen for some Zen, we've got the perfect Airbnb abode for the ultimate staycation. So go ahead, relax—in a Hollywood-worthy country cottage or an opulent Mongolian yurt—and make yourself at home.

Special K

Special K

After decades of blight, one of Sacramento’s most critical blocks—linking the Golden 1 Center to the rest of K Street—is about to become an instant neighborhood, bursting into existence with hundreds of new residents and the city’s most concentrated collection of local retailers and restaurateurs. Here’s how a small group of visionary developers may have created the blueprint for how to design, build and curate the downtown of our dreams.

Brew and 'Cue

Brew and 'Cue

Ten years after conceiving the idea, two longtime beer buddies open Urban Roots Brewing & Smokehouse, where they hope to bring neighbors and strangers together, one glass of saison and tray of brisket at a time.

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