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Some Good News—Sactown Magazine Edition

Some Good News—Sactown Magazine Edition

As Stephen King once wrote, “There is no bad time for good news,” and with that, we’re happy to report that Sactown received some very good news recently. A few weeks back, we were thrilled to win Best City Magazine at the 68th annual Maggie Awards, as well as Best Cover for...

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Hotly anticipated Majka Pizzeria & Bakery gets set to open in midtown

Hotly anticipated Majka Pizzeria & Bakery gets set to open in midtown

Pizza. Cookies. Wine. Those three comforting comestibles will represent the entire takeout menu when the eagerly awaited Majka Pizzeria & Bakery opens its doors in late June on the ground floor of a new midtown residential complex near 15th & Q. “We’re just going to start with...

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7 CSA produce boxes that bring the farm to your fork

7 CSA produce boxes that bring the farm to your fork

With restaurants struggling to turn a profit during the pandemic, the regional farms they rely on are also seeing their revenues dry up. The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition expects a loss of $1.32 billion between March and May for farms and ranches that sell in local food markets....

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A new hard seltzer line from Sudwerk Brewing Co. is a sparkling addition to summer drinking

A new hard seltzer line from Sudwerk Brewing Co. is a sparkling addition to summer drinking

A local craft beer company is about to break out the bubbly—bubbly water, that is.  Davis-based Sudwerk Brewing Co. will launch its new line of hard seltzers, Life Is Hard Seltzer, on Thursday, May 21. The opening lineup of black cherry and grapefruit flavors will be available from...

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A dozen ways to satisfy your inner cookie monster on National Chocolate Chip Day

A dozen ways to satisfy your inner cookie monster on National Chocolate Chip Day

From celebrity baker Stella Parks’ behemoth version at New York’s Levain bakery to a Cookie Crisp cereal variation that’s blowing up the internet, the chocolate chip cookie has been modified and elevated in thousands of ways since its allegedly...

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How does your indoor garden grow? By a window all in a row

How does your indoor garden grow? By a window all in a row

Green-thumbed home cooks have known about the trick for ages: Place a scallion bulb in a small cup of water, set it on a sunny window and watch the green shoots grow. This easy example of indoor gardening really began trending when New York chef David Chang posted the penny-pinching hack on...

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Home Plates

Home Plates

Inspired by her mom’s Vietnamese feasts, a local restaurateur brings a taste of home to midtown with the launch of Saigon Alley Kitchen & Bar.

Live Work Create

In 2015, a visionary young developer heeded the call to create an urban sanctuary for local artists to live, work and create all under one roof. Five years later, the Warehouse Artist Lofts is a kaleidoscope of creatives—from fashion designers to fire dancers—with one common truth among them: Home is where the art is.

Treetop of the Town

Arbor Day is April 24 and we’re the City of Trees. It’s time to move to higher ground and soak up the view.

Fever Pitch

Fever Pitch

Are you ready for some major league fútbol? MLS has finally tapped Sacramento to join its very exclusive club. Here’s an in-depth look at the new stadium and how it will raise the game for both soccer fans and our city.

Sacramento Public Library CEO Rivkah Sass

Sacramento Public Library CEO Rivkah Sass

Since taking the helm of the Sacramento Public Library system in 2009, Rivkah Sass—who was named Librarian of the Year by the "Library Journal" in 2006 while serving as the executive director of the Omaha Public Library—has shepherded the 28-branch organization through the past decade with the introduction of services like digital access to more than 200,000 e-books and the ability to check out everything from an electric guitar to a GoPro camera. We spoke to the Manteca native about what’s new at the SPL, ways to keep the library relevant in 2020, and bringing big names—from best-selling author Neil Gaiman to rapper 50 Cent—to town.

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