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The Sactown Weekend Update for April 18-20

The Sactown Weekend Update for April 18-20

Tinariwen (Friday) Begun by three exiled nomads in North Africa, the groundbreaking ensemble Tinariwen—whose name means “deserts” in the Tamashek language—found solace and success through its music. Since forming, the group has amassed international acclaim, including...

The City

Massive new mural promotes big-time health in Sacramento

Massive new mural promotes big-time health in Sacramento

If you’ve strolled along 15th Street near Cafeteria 15L recently, paintings of a giant—and unusually pointy—apple and soccer ball might have caught your eye. The artwork is part of a massive new mural on the side of the historic 1414 K Street building, a piece undertaken...

The Weekender

The Sactown Weekend Update for April 11-13

The Sactown Weekend Update for April 11-13

Arlo Guthrie (Friday) Entitled “Here Comes the Kid,” this tribute tour continues the celebration of what would have been iconic folk singer Woody Guthrie’s 100th birthday in 2012 and is led by his talented son, singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie. The concert will weave together...

The Weekender

Run wild at Capay Organic during 5K With Your Farmer

Run wild at Capay Organic during 5K With Your Farmer

Break a sweat on the farm this weekend—without getting your hands dirty—when home produce delivery service Farm Fresh to You presents 5K With Your Farmer, a rain-or-shine fun run along Capay Organic farm’s scenic dirt roads. Runners, walkers and joggers of all ages are...

The Weekender

New work by Gregory Kondos, other Sacramento artists debuts in "Essential Six" exhibit

New work by Gregory Kondos, other Sacramento artists debuts in "Essential Six" exhibit

If you’re planning your Second Saturday destinations for this weekend, don’t overlook “Essential Six,” a diverse exhibition of never-before-seen works by Gregory Kondos, Jian Wang, and four other Sacramento artists profiled on KVIE’s Northern California arts and...

The City

Midtown's "pop-up" dog park makes final crowdfunding push

Midtown's "pop-up" dog park makes final crowdfunding push

Attendees of the Midtown Farmers Market enjoy fresh, regional fare—and, soon, the market’s monthly cooking demonstrations and “edible garden”—on Saturdays at 20th and J streets. And if an ongoing crowdfunding campaign comes through in the weeks ahead, the...

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Farm to Snack

Farm to Snack

In Chicago and Philadelphia, entrepreneurs are turning the vending machine concept on its head by offering everything from locally made snacks to farm-fresh salads. Why not turn our region's own bounty into the ultimate fast food?

Bold Sacramento

Bold Sacramento

With the new arena coming to downtown, Old Sacramento has an opportunity to shine like never before. Here are a few ideas to turn something old into something bold.

Between the Lines

Between the Lines

For three action-packed years, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's chief speechwriter had a front-row seat to the biggest show in Sacramento. For the first time, he opens up about the art of writing for one of the most colorful characters in California history.

A (Fresh) Fish Tale

A (Fresh) Fish Tale

An all-star restaurant team launches a sushi-focused Japanese bistro in El Dorado Hills that keeps things pure and simple.

Yan Can Teach

Yan Can Teach

Celebrity chef Martin Yan returns to his Aggie roots to help lead the new Confucius Institute at UC Davis, which is dedicated to exposing the region to China’s storied culinary culture. Get ready to wok and roll.

New Mexican

New Mexican

The former chef of Mayahuel opens a “Mexican gastronomy” restaurant in East Sacramento, importing authentic flavors and infusing a fresh take on south-of-the-border cuisine.

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