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New home design store to open in Loomis this March

New home design store to open in Loomis this March

Your sweet pad just might get a little sweeter with the opening of The Feathered Nest in Loomis this March. Owners Shannon Ertel and Debbie Massie will be launching their home design store in a sprawling 11,000-square-foot space modeled after a barn (with glass-framed metal doors that roll up...

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Score three-course meals throughout Sacramento for $35 during Dine Downtown

Score three-course meals throughout Sacramento for $35 during Dine Downtown

Get ready to eat your heart out, Sacramento. Dine Downtown is back for its 13th annual celebration of the city's exploding restaurant scene from Jan. 12-21. The 10-day "feastival" will take place at over 30 downtown and midtown restaurants, featuring creative three-course menus...

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Sacramento's Rock & Radio Museum seeks new home

Sacramento's Rock & Radio Museum seeks new home

They say rock and roll never forgets. Dennis Newhall—who ran midtown’s Sacramento Rock & Radio Museum from 2002 until it closed its doors in January 2017—is hoping this is true. The 3,000-square-foot museum—which was originally located at the Ray Nakamoto...

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Stunning new nighttime time-lapse video shows "the sexiness of Sacramento"

Stunning new nighttime time-lapse video shows "the sexiness of Sacramento"

Did your heart swell with hometown pride when Lady Bird won best picture at the Golden Globes last night? Get ready for your heart to keep growing as you watch an electric new time-lapse video that shows Sacramento in the best light—literally.  Visual artist Justin...

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The City

Zip-line, rock climb and sip craft beer at new outdoor adventure park

Zip-line, rock climb and sip craft beer at new outdoor adventure park

Imagine sitting on a sandy beach near the cooling spray of a rushing waterfall. Zip lines whiz overhead and fellow adventurers scale granite walls or lounge in slow-moving paddleboats. This scene may conjure thoughts of a resort in Costa Rica or another exotic locale, but it also...

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Kick off the new year with Monday brunch at these eight restaurants around town

Kick off the new year with Monday brunch at these eight restaurants around town

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then what you have on the morning of January 1 may just be the most important meal of the year. Get 2018 off to a great start at these eight restaurants around town that will be extending their weekend brunch into Monday, New Year’s Day,...

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A Slice of Life

A Slice of Life

At 97 years of age, he is unequivocally one of the world’s greatest living artists. But back in 1959, Wayne Thiebaud was still trying to find his way as a young college professor at UC Davis. As a new exhibition explores the decade that defined his signature style, the prolific painter and passionate teacher reflects on his not-so-still life.

Just Add Water

Just Add Water

Before you can go from farm to fork, you’ve got to go from land to farm. On a plot in West Sacramento, start-up Farm from a Box is seeding an innovative way forward for new agriculturists.

Now Hear This

Now Hear This

Listen up, Sacramento. Whether you’re a beer lover or a political junkie, here are four locally produced, locally focused podcasts worth iTuning into.

A Winter's Tale

A Winter's Tale

Cue the tin soldiers, tiny mice, reindeer and falling snow. In December, the Sacramento Ballet celebrates 30 years of presenting its distinctive version of "The Nutcracker." As a large crew of dancers and children—500 in all—prepare to take the stage, Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda, in their final season as the company’s artistic directors, visit the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Made in Sacramento Edition

Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Made in Sacramento Edition

From pint-sized soap made with local craft beer to a Sacramento-themed silk pocket square, here are eight first-rate holiday gifts to write home about

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