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New interactive cycling facility to open downtown

New interactive cycling facility to open downtown

Sacramento, get ready to ride. A new cycling workout facility is launching at the 700 block of K Street in downtown Sacramento across from Golden 1 Center. All City Riders will offer an immersive workout experience featuring 30 stationary bikes set up in front of a 20-foot-wide by 8-foot-tall...

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The City

Steven Spielberg, Lucille Ball among the latest California Hall of Fame inductees

Steven Spielberg, Lucille Ball among the latest California Hall of Fame inductees

Director Steven Spielberg leads the pack of nine new inductees into the California Hall of Fame's 11th class, which the California Museum and the office of Gov. Jerry Brown and first lady Anne Gust Brown announced Tuesday. Spielberg's major contributions to the Golden State's film...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Nov. 14

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Nov. 14

This week we've got the lowdown on a downtown hot dog stand, an upcoming East Sacramento tap house, and a new chef on the midtown restaurant scene. Plus, New Helvetia brewery hosts an anniversary block party and Shoki Ramen House waxes nostalgic with its...

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The Weekender

Disney legends will descend upon Sacramento for upcoming appearances

Disney legends will descend upon Sacramento for upcoming appearances

Disney fans won’t have to travel to the Happiest Place on Earth to feel its magic in the coming months as Stage Nine Entertainment in Old Sacramento hosts a parade of Disney legends leading up to its 25th anniversary celebration in May. The first event on Nov. 18 will feature a book...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
10 restaurants opening their kitchens for Thanksgiving Day feasts

10 restaurants opening their kitchens for Thanksgiving Day feasts

Put down the turkey baster and opt for a stress-free Thanksgiving this year by heading to one of these 10 Sacramento-area restaurants. After you book a reservation, the rest is just gravy. 33rd Street Bistro Give thanks over a table of Pacific Northwest-inspired fare at this East...

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The City

Chill out at these five local ice rinks this holiday season

Chill out at these five local ice rinks this holiday season

Now that there’s (finally) a chill in the Sacramento air, here are five fun ice rinks where you can play it cool and embrace the holiday spirit. Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink Nov. 3-Jan. 15 (except Dec. 25) For the 26th season in a row, the Downtown Sacramento Partnership will open its...

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Homecoming Queen

Homecoming Queen

Greta Gerwig proves that you can indeed go home again with her stunning directorial debut "Lady Bird," a semi-autobiographical story about the Sacramento native’s senior year in high school. In her “love letter” to the River City, she fills the screen with nostalgia-soaked scenes of local landmarks and neighborhoods, revisiting her youth with the thoughtful perspective that only time can bring. And if growing Oscar buzz for the film is any indication, this is just the beginning for the first-time auteur and newly crowned Hollywood royalty. Long may she reign.

Q&A with former chief White House photographer Pete Souza

Q&A with former chief White House photographer Pete Souza

As chief official White House photographer during the Obama administration, Pete Souza took upwards of two million pictures during the president’s two terms in office. The veteran lensman—who also served as a White House photographer for President Reagan—will give a presentation at the Mondavi Center on Dec. 1 on the heels of the release of his book Obama: An Intimate Portrait.

The Music of Prince

The Music of Prince

Go grab your raspberry beret: To kick off its 2017-18 pops series, the Sacramento Philharmonic will salute Prince with an orchestral concert on Nov. 25 riffing on the greatest hits of the prolific pop icon, who died last year at 57.

Mirror Image

Mirror Image

A shiny new object in West Sacramento strives to reflect its evolving surroundings, shifting with the changing elements and combining sculpture with nature along the waterfront.

Death Becomes Her

Death Becomes Her

Day of the Dead comes alive at a midtown shop

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