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The Patriot plans July opening at Carmichael's Milagro Centre

The Patriot plans July opening at Carmichael's Milagro Centre

After some stops and starts, The Patriot—the much-anticipated new eatery by local restaurateur Chris Jarosz of Broderick fame—is readying to open at Carmichael’s Milagro Centre. Executive chef Jeremy Zimmerman—who came on board in September after Allyson Harvey...

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The City

Dynamic video projection installation to open on K Street

Dynamic video projection installation to open on K Street

The capital city has been stepping up its public art game of late, with events like the Sacramento Mural Festival taking to the streets and collaborations like ArtStreet attracting thousands of visitors. Next up is a project called Beacon, where interactive video projections will...

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What's Cooking

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The owners of LowBrau to open new restaurant at the Ice Blocks called Beast + Bounty

The owners of LowBrau to open new restaurant at the Ice Blocks called Beast + Bounty

The folks behind LowBrau and Block Butcher Bar are planning to open their newest restaurant venture titled Beast + Bounty by the end of this summer at the Ice Blocks development on R Street. Beast + Bounty will occupy part of the former Orchard Supply Hardware building at 17th and R streets,...

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The City

Oblivion Comics & Coffee opens downtown

Oblivion Comics & Coffee opens downtown

Oblivion Comics & Coffee had a brisk first day of business after it opened its doors Wednesday near the corner of 11th and K streets in downtown Sacramento. The sleek and stylish 2,600-square-foot venue has a coffee bar serving up brewed beverages from Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, a small...

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The City

Sneak peek: The California Museum presents a new exhibit featuring rare artifacts from Hollywood’s Golden Age

Sneak peek: The California Museum presents a new exhibit featuring rare artifacts from Hollywood’s Golden Age

The California Museum is mounting a new exhibit that explores Hollywood’s Golden Age and how refugees—in particular, Jewish exiles who escaped Nazi persecution during World War II—influenced the classic movies of that era, from Casablanca to Sunset Boulevard. The show,...

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The Weekender

The Broadway Corridor will come to life during Sunday Street festival

The Broadway Corridor will come to life during Sunday Street festival

Summer's (almost) here and to celebrate, the City of Sacramento is hosting a brand-new event called Sunday Street, which promises to become one of the city’s largest free open-air festivals, with performers, fitness demos, yoga sessions and family-friendly games on May 21 from 8 a.m. to...

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The Place Maker

The Place Maker

If you felt the pulse of the city quickening the last time you spent an evening out dining, shopping or gallery hopping in midtown, Oak Park or the R Street Corridor, Ron Vrilakas likely had a hand in that.

Amaro Amore

Amaro Amore

The team behind Shady Lady has crossed R Street to open Amaro, serving up classic Italian fare inside a playfully elegant dining room. Its name may mean “bitter,” but for foodies, the new restaurant hits the sweet spot.

Actor Keith Powers

Actor Keith Powers

Sacramento native Keith Powers boasts a half-million swooning Instagram followers, thanks to his roles in two critically acclaimed musical biopics, Straight Outta Compton and The New Edition Story. Now the 24-year-old actor is romancing Bella Thorne in the new television drama Famous in Love, which premieres April 18 on Freeform (formerly ABC Family). He shares a few choice anecdotes, like how he learned to bust a move from Ronnie DeVoe and that awkward moment when he met Dr. Dre.

Spring Reawakening

Spring Reawakening

The Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera’s upcoming rendition of La Traviata marks the return of opera to the Sacramento stage after a three-year absence. But this time you can forget about fancy sets and fusty wigs. In keeping with the national trend, this will be a stripped-down, modern production that depends on vocal and orchestral work to quicken audiences’ pulses.

Spinning Our Wheels

Spinning Our Wheels

Despite having one of the country’s great biking paths along the American River, Sacramento is trailing the nation when it comes to safe urban cycling options. It’s time to shift gears.

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