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Five creative installations at K Street’s new Art Hotel

Five creative installations at K Street’s new Art Hotel

Last night in downtown Sacramento at 7th and K streets, dozens of guests checked into a five-story brick hotel. But their intent was not to find a place to rest their heads, but rather to discover one of the largest new art installation projects in Northern California. The event was a VIP...

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The Weekender

10 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

10 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

From a cupid-themed midtown pub crawl to a romantic train ride along the river, we’ve rounded up 10 events taking place this Valentine's Day weekend that are sure to make your heart skip a beat. Cupid’s Revenge Pub Crawl Feb. 13 At this interactive...

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The City

Massive new tower proposed for Capitol Mall could end up as city’s tallest

Massive new tower proposed for Capitol Mall could end up as city’s tallest

Today, the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) and the Los Angeles-based developer CIM Group announced that they are proposing a massive and strikingly modern, 1.1-million-square-foot tower at 3rd and Capitol in downtown Sacramento. Among other features, the tower will...

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The Weekender

10 exhibits and events to check out on Sacramento Museum Day

10 exhibits and events to check out on Sacramento Museum Day

Mark your calendars—Sacramento Museum Day is back on Feb. 6. Here is the lowdown on 10 museums and parks around the region that are opening their doors for free admission. Happy exploring! Aerospace Museum of California Get a high-flying experience without leaving the ground at this...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Downtown’s Whired Wine bar will open with winemaker series featuring local vino

Downtown’s Whired Wine bar will open with winemaker series featuring local vino

Whired Wine, a new wine bar located on L street one block from Golden 1 Center, is popping its first cork on Feb. 8. San Francisco restaurateur John Marco and his wife Vicky transformed the intimate space, a former jewelry store, into a wine bar with a modern, industrial vibe and chic details...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Craving of the week: The Mill’s Waffle-in-Hand

Craving of the week: The Mill’s Waffle-in-Hand

Start the presses: Midtown coffeehouse The Mill is now serving up made-to-order Liège-style Belgian waffles. Ask for it “in-hand” (to go) and you’ll get the piping hot waffle lightly sprinkled with powdered sugar wrapped in a paper coffee filter. The portable waffle,...

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Plane Spotting

Plane Spotting

At airports throughout the world, creative new observation decks are giving both locals and travelers a first-class view of the friendly skies. Let’s find a way to get a similar venture off the ground at Sacramento International.

The Brutalist Truth

The Brutalist Truth

Sacramento is brimming with optimism these days, but a proposal to spend up to $80 million to fix one of our city’s worst buildings is recklessly pessimistic. It’s time for this plan to exit stage left.

Our Man Inside

Our Man Inside

For the first time since 1882, a Sacramentan will be the second most powerful politician in California. After decades of state leadership coming from the Bay and Southern California, we’ll finally have one of our own at the big table. So what will it mean for this region? And does Darrell Steinberg have what it takes to deliver?

Gimme Shelter

Gimme Shelter

In Pittsburgh, a local music collective converted an everyday bus shelter into a pint-sized jazz club this past summer. Here’s why we should create our own sidewalk symphony.

A State of Disrepair

A State of Disrepair

The state of California is trying to decide if it’s going to spend $155 million to repair an office building that cost $15 million to construct. Isn’t there a better solution? We’re glad you asked.

Ready for Prime Time

Ready for Prime Time

Forty years after his first break at KCRA, Lester Holt was tapped this summer for the top spot in American broadcast journalism—the anchor of "NBC Nightly News." Here’s how “Lightning Bolt Holt” guided his career from the streets of Rancho Cordova to the heart of Rockefeller Center.

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