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Downtown Sacramento Partnership announces 2018 Calling All Dreamers finalists

Downtown Sacramento Partnership announces 2018 Calling All Dreamers finalists

Five eager entrepreneurs have made it to the final round of the sixth annual Calling All Dreamers contest, in which one hopeful business owner will receive a prize package valued at over $100,000 to help build their company from the ground up in downtown Sacramento. ...

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Crocker Art Museum announces architect for new Crocker Park

Crocker Art Museum announces architect for new Crocker Park

Crocker Park is getting its long-overdue facelift. Following a speedy selection process, which involved sifting through 50 acclaimed architecture firms that had submitted their qualifications, the Crocker Art Museum has selected Seattle-based Olson Kundig to design its new Crocker Park project....

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8 vibrant backdrops around town for your next Instagram selfie

8 vibrant backdrops around town for your next Instagram selfie

In 2016, we gave you our list of 12 colorful spots in and around Sacramento to take your next Instagram photograph. But between hosting mural festivals, getting public art installations and starring in a Golden Globe-winning film, the region is bursting with cool new options for your...

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SPLAT latte art tournament perks up Sacramento for fifth year

SPLAT latte art tournament perks up Sacramento for fifth year

Wake up and smell the coffee: The fifth annual Sacramento Public Latte Art Tournament (SPLAT) will kick off this month. This year, event coordinator Jeremiah Frazier of Temple Coffee says SPLAT—which also partners with other local roasters like Chocolate Fish, Old Soul, Pachamama and...

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"Hope" poster creator to headline this year's Wide Open Walls

"Hope" poster creator to headline this year's Wide Open Walls

Expect to find even more selfie-worthy backdrops popping up around town when Wide Open Walls returns for a third consecutive year from Aug. 9-19. "It's not all just about how many walls for us this year, but we're focusing also on the quality and placements of...

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Celebrate Independence Day at these 8 Fourth of July events around the region

Celebrate Independence Day at these 8 Fourth of July events around the region

From the nightly pyrotechnic shows and colorful parades to rodeo clowns and live concerts, here are eight fun ways to show your patriotism during this year’s Independence Day. Cal Expo July 4 Although the California State Fair doesn’t start until July 13, Cal Expo will...

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The Whole Earth Cataloguer

The Whole Earth Cataloguer

UC Davis professor Harris Lewin is about to launch one of the most audacious scientific ventures in human history—to map the DNA of every living thing on Earth. The 10-year, $5 billion quest could result in a tsunami of medical cures, solutions for global hunger, and the creation of a new “Silicon Valley of agricultural science and biotechnology” right here in our backyard. Oh, and it might save the planet too.

The Last Straws?

The Last Straws?

A bill to curtail plastic straw use in restaurants could hit the governor’s desk this summer. But some environmentally conscious eateries already have a message for the plastic industry: Suck on this.

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.

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