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Feast your way through these 7 food festivals this summer

Feast your way through these 7 food festivals this summer

'Tis the season to be a bounty hunter in American's Farm-to-Fork Capital. Here are 7 sweet (and spicy and savory) food festivals to dig into this summer. The Pepper Festival June 23 This inaugural festival will heat things up in Auburn by paying tribute to the titular vegetable,...

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Auburn to host typewriter exhibition and film screening this fall

Auburn to host typewriter exhibition and film screening this fall

This fall, an Auburn event will pay tribute to the ye olde word processing machine that's making a comeback: the typewriter. Billed as "The Typewriter Revolution,” the celebration—which was concocted by Auburn-based writer and journalist Gary Moffat and Ole Kehlet, owner...

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R Street to host block party celebrating Sacramento’s growing food scene

R Street to host block party celebrating Sacramento’s growing food scene

On Saturday, June 23, foodies and food purveyors will gather in front of the Warehouse Artist Lofts for the Our Street Night Market block party to celebrate the city’s burgeoning culinary scene. “I’ve been enamored with night markets for a while. I saw and went to the one in...

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The hotly anticipated restaurant Beast & Bounty to open soon at the Ice Blocks

The hotly anticipated restaurant Beast & Bounty to open soon at the Ice Blocks

Beast & Bounty, owned by restaurateur Michael Hargis and chef Brock Macdonald, the pair behind midtown hot spots LowBrau and Block Butcher Bar, will open in early July, highlighting both meats (the beasts) and vegetables (the bounty) equally. Macdonald, who has previously worked...

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Track 7 Brewing Co. set to open its first-ever restaurant this summer

Track 7 Brewing Co. set to open its first-ever restaurant this summer

The Other Side, the rotisserie-focused restaurant and taproom in East Sacramento from the owners of Track 7 Brewing Co., is set to open the first week of July. This first restaurant from the Track 7 team, who opened their original taproom in Curtis Park in 2011 and a second in Natomas in...

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Bao burgers and lobster rolls join the menu lineup at new downtown food hall

Bao burgers and lobster rolls join the menu lineup at new downtown food hall

The team behind the seafood-focused restaurant Station 16 in midtown is opening a sister eatery called Station 8 inside downtown’s much-anticipated food hall The Bank, which is expected to debut on Sept. 1. "We're doing a smaller-scale [version] at The Bank, so we figured that...

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Hollywood Set Decorator Julie Ochipinti

Hollywood Set Decorator Julie Ochipinti

Whether it’s Wayne Manor in "Batman Begins" or Nikola Tesla’s lab in "The Prestige," set decorator Julie Ochipinti brings scenes to life one Victorian chandelier or top hat at a time. Currently the imaginative prop queen behind HBO’s popular series "Westworld," the Fair Oaks native talks about the challenge of navigating the show’s historical and futuristic settings, getting the design bug at Sacramento thrift stores and how her Oscar nomination turned her into an overnight sensation.

Holy Roadster, Batman!

Holy Roadster, Batman!

For decades, Roseville-raised George Barris was Hollywood’s top car customizer. A rare replica of his celebrated 1966 Batmobile va-va-vrooms into downtown.

Take Me to the River

Take Me to the River

With our new science center and planetarium finally breaking ground and connecting us with the stars, perhaps it's time to set our sights back down on Earth.

Go Climb a Bridge

Go Climb a Bridge

Sydney's iconic Harbour Bridge has become one of Australia top attractions. It's time for us to scale new heights as well.

Animated Figure

Animated Figure

Death takes a holiday in the Día de los Muertos-centric film Coco, which made its Netflix debut on May 29. Having spent over four years bringing the Pixar animated feature to life, its co-director/writer Adrian Molina talks about taking a holiday of his own, saying proper thank yous at the Oscars and making “awful” movies while growing up in Grass Valley.

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