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Solomon's Delicatessen to host bagel pop-ups downtown

Solomon's Delicatessen to host bagel pop-ups downtown

No bagels, no life—that’s the motto of Solomon’s Delicatessen, the Jewish deli aiming to open its downtown storefront by late January. And if you want a sneak taste of the shop’s life-giving orbs (and haven't yet crossed the causeway to Solomon’s Davis spot,...

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What's Cooking

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Taste: Chilangolandia brings Mexican street food to Carmichael, and other dining news for Nov. 13

Taste: Chilangolandia brings Mexican street food to Carmichael, and other dining news for Nov. 13

In an effort to bring a bit of his home country to the Sacramento region, restaurateur and Mexico native Ernesto Delgado has opened a tequila museum, a hip downtown Mexi-Cali taqueria and a Carmichael restaurant with a menu developed by a Mexican grandmother. With his latest...

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The City

Local architecture firm creates fantastical vision for connecting downtown to the waterfront

Local architecture firm creates fantastical vision for connecting downtown to the waterfront

In his State of Downtown address back in January, Mayor Darrell Steinberg voiced his desire to help transform the city’s waterfront into the destination that we've always wanted it to be. “It’s time to stop imagining and to start doing,” he said. That notion...

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What's Cooking

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The Bank food hall sets opening date

The Bank food hall sets opening date

It's almost time for a trip to The Bank, the much-anticipated downtown food hall that is slated to open in the 106-year-old D.O. Mills Building on Nov. 28. Inside the historic structure at 7th and J streets, which features architectural details like gilded ceilings, patrons with...

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What's Cooking

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New food truck serves up bubble waffle cones stuffed with ice cream

New food truck serves up bubble waffle cones stuffed with ice cream

Talk about rolling in dough: A new food truck called Bubble Cone is bringing a Hong Kong-style pastry—bubble waffles—to Sacramento’s mobile food scene. The hexagonal waffles comprises egg-shaped puffs that can be broken off to eat piece by piece. Bubble Cone’s...

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The City

New architect announced for bridge on the Sacramento River

New architect announced for bridge on the Sacramento River

The Sacramento River’s first new span in generations took a significant leap forward today, and depending on the outcome of the design process, the region could get its first iconic crossing since the Tower Bridge opened in 1935. This morning, city officials from Sacramento and West...

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Fields of Gold

Fields of Gold

Every autumn on the Sacramento State campus, bright yellow ginkgo leaves fall from their branches and form vibrant canvases for environmental artist Joanna Hedrick, who patiently shapes them into mesmerizing designs. With a humble rake as her paintbrush, she creates ephemeral works of art that make a lasting impression.

Six Days in Sacramento

Six Days in Sacramento

Done Wanderin'

Done Wanderin'

It’s been 16 years since Jackie Greene’s album "Gone Wanderin' " was named one of the best releases of 2002 by "Rolling Stone." Since then, he’s made eight more records, trotted the globe as lead guitarist of The Black Crowes, and toured with Lyle Lovett and B.B King. And now, after a decade away from his hometown, Sacramento’s prodigal singer-songwriter has returned with a wife, a daughter, and, yes, new music on the way. It’s time to shake, (baby) rattle and roll.

Elevating Art

Elevating Art

Public art is surging in Sacramento, but some of our greatest potential canvases are hidden right below our feet.

A Tale of Two Towers

A Tale of Two Towers

In recent months, proposals emerged for two of the last opportunity sites on Capitol Mall. Each tells a very different story about civic ambition, smart planning and political prudence, or the lack thereof.

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