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Your Complete Guide to the 2016 Holiday Season in Sacramento

Your Complete Guide to the 2016 Holiday Season in Sacramento

'Tis the season for sipping hot cocoa, exploring tree farms and watching The Nutcracker. Here's our guide to making this holiday month merry and bright. 12 spirited holiday events in and around Sacramento Sactown's 2016 Holiday Gift Guide Set your holiday spirit aglow at...

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The Weekender

Go walking in a winter wonderland at one of these six idyllic Christmas tree farms

Go walking in a winter wonderland at one of these six idyllic Christmas tree farms

It’s time to deck the halls and pick out that perfect evergreen. You can find your own Tannenbaum, be it a noble fir or a Sierra redwood, and also have a holly, jolly time roasting marshmallows or taking a train ride at one of these six local tree farms. Billy’s Farm Located...

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The City

12 spirited holiday events in and around Sacramento

12 spirited holiday events in and around Sacramento

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Sacramento. We’ve found 12 holiday events—from extravagant light shows to a costumed Santa run and David Sedaris' Santaland Diaries—that will help make your season merry and bright. Holiday in the Hills Through...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Liquidology and Vibe Health Bar join forces to open new shops throughout the region

Liquidology and Vibe Health Bar join forces to open new shops throughout the region

Sacramentans will soon have tasty new ways to eat their vegetables (and fruit), with Oak Park’s Vibe Health Bar and East Sacramento’s Liquidology rebranding and joining forces to launch health cafes throughout the region. Brandon Brodzky, who owns Vibe Health Bar with UFC fighter...

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The City

Shop local at these 8 great holiday maker markets

Shop local at these 8 great holiday maker markets

From handmade soap, stamps, jewelry and furniture to one-of-a-kind art pieces, the maker movement has turned Sacramento into a hotbed of creativity and ingenuity. Start or finish your holiday shopping in support of these local artisans by stopping by one of these eight upcoming markets.  ...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Grange Restaurant & Bar reopens with fresh new design details and updated menus

Grange Restaurant & Bar reopens with fresh new design details and updated menus

As downtown Sacramento’s landscape changes, its restaurants are also evolving. On the ground floor of the Citizen Hotel, Grange Restaurant & Bar—which opened in 2009 and has since become a local favorite for farm-to-fork fare and craft cocktails—closed its doors for full...

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The Deer Hunter

The Deer Hunter

Wild foods expert Hank Shaw literally writes the book on cooking "antlered things"

A Train of Thought

A Train of Thought

Sacramento just acquired its first Jeff Koons sculpture, but another is available that was actually inspired by our city’s history. And unlike most trains, its timing couldn’t be better.

A Star Attraction

A Star Attraction

A bold plan to build a dramatic new planetarium has cratered. But if we act fast, we have a shot at the greatest dome in town since the Capitol.

A Walk on the Wild Side

A Walk on the Wild Side

In 2005, while tethered to a robotic arm 220 miles above the surface of the Earth, Sacramento native and UC Davis grad Stephen Robinson made one of the most famous—and dangerous—spacewalks in history. His mission: to remove debris from heat tiles on the belly of the Space Shuttle to prevent the craft from burning up on re-entry. On Feb. 7, our hometown astronaut returns to space for his fourth, and likely last, NASA voyage. He’s living proof why, yes, sometimes it really does take a rocket scientist.

The Artful Lodger

The Artful Lodger

A prominent Sacramento gallerist converted an old auto repair shop into an urban oasis brimming with vibrant paintings and bold sculptures. For Pamela Skinner, home is where the art is.

Waiting for Superwoman

Waiting for Superwoman

She barely sleeps, has preternaturally thick skin, wears patent leather boots that put Wonder Woman’s to shame, and is so tough that she’s been known to eat bees (and the occasional elementary school principal). In a few short months, the most controversial public school reformer in the country will move to Sacramento where, in an order known only to her, she plans to launch a national education initiative, raise one billion dollars, forever change the face of schools in America and marry our mayor. Who is Michelle Rhee and why can’t anyone agree if she’s a superhero to our kids or just one very smiley villainess?

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