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Sactown Magazine receives three national award nominations

Sactown Magazine receives three national award nominations

We here at Sactown are proud to announce that we just received three 2019 Folio Award nominations. (Folio is the national publication for the magazine industry.) The nominations are in the following categories: Best Full Issue Our April/May 2019 “Design Issue” covered all...

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New details on downtown’s planned mini-golf pub with an upscale speakeasy

New details on downtown’s planned mini-golf pub with an upscale speakeasy

Flatstick Pub, a new 12,000-square-foot indoor miniature golf course and tavern with an emphasis on local craft beer, plans to open its doors this October at Downtown Commons along with an upstairs speakeasy called Trophy Club. The concept—in which the 21-and-over patrons...

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Craving of the Week: Identity Coffees' Caramel Mocha Frostee

Craving of the Week: Identity Coffees' Caramel Mocha Frostee

Whether you want to cool down after a summer bike ride or just want a sweet pick-me-up, the caramel mocha frostee from Identity Coffees may be your new go-to grown-up treat. (It's certainly ours.) The icy concoction was rolled out at the roaster's West Sacramento outpost, Westside Cafe,...

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New hotel and residential project to rise next to Tower Bridge

New hotel and residential project to rise next to Tower Bridge

Good things come to those who wait, they say, and it looks like West Sacramento’s most desirable vacant lot—the square of property along the Tower Bridge Gateway that abuts the Ziggurat building, the River Walk, and the foot of the Tower Bridge, right across from Old...

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A new Neapolitan pizzeria set to open its doors downtown

A new Neapolitan pizzeria set to open its doors downtown

A new Neapolitan pizzeria, Midici, is set for a soft opening on Wednesday, Aug. 7. The restaurant, part of an L.A.-based chain, is the latest in a string of new food options on the revitalized 700 Block of K Street near the Golden 1 Center. The pizza spot was preceded by the...

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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for July 31

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for July 31

Set to open in Mansion Flats on Aug. 2, Goodside Coffee will feature a rotating selection from roasters from across the country each season with its “Roaster in Residence” program. First up will be Santa Cruz-based Cat & Cloud Coffee, whose “The Answer” blend with...

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Paradise Found

Paradise Found

After a career that took her from being a style maven at Williams-Sonoma to launching a boutique bowling alley in San Francisco, Fair Oaks native Sommer Peterson has returned home, importing a slice of mid-century Palm Springs along the way. She calls her little piece of heaven Shangri-la. You can call it your new home away from home.

A New Breed of Zoo

A New Breed of Zoo

As the city weighs the pros and cons of a far larger zoo, it’s asking where, when and how much. But the most important question should be, “What do we want to build?” We offer a starting point for a conversation about conservation.

An Open Invitation

An Open Invitation

Cities around the world are boosting civic pride by inviting their citizens to peek inside cool spaces not usually accessible to the public. It’s time for us to open our doors too.

The Big Chill

It's summertime in Sacramento and the living is easy—except when Mother Nature cranks up our city's thermostat. If you can't stand the heat, it's time to get out of town. From clear-bottom kayaking in Tahoe to a waterfall-filled hike in Marin and an ocean safari in Monterey, we've got 18 ways to keep your cool right now.

Armed With Knowledge

Armed With Knowledge

The number of gun-related deaths per year in America is now at its highest point in the last 30 years. But in California, in that same time frame, the numbers have fallen by nearly 30 percent—due in no small part to the relentless efforts of Dr. Garen Wintemute, a Sacramento physician who employs science and data to help implement pioneering gun violence legislation. It turns out that the best way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun research center.

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