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Whole Earth Festival springs up at UC Davis on Mother’s Day weekend

Whole Earth Festival springs up at UC Davis on Mother’s Day weekend

Mother Nature will take center stage Mother’s Day weekend at the 46th annual Whole Earth Festival at UC Davis from May 8 to 10. The three-day, eco-friendly festival invites earth lovers to spend a weekend filled with environmentally conscious festivities, such as browsing over 150 craft...

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A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
A new Gold Rush-inspired brewery and taproom is set to open this summer

A new Gold Rush-inspired brewery and taproom is set to open this summer

Come summer, there will be new brew kid on the block. Argonaut Brewing Company is set to open (with a taproom) in Rancho Cordova in August. After winning the 2013 Capitol City Brewers Battle—an annual home brew competition hosted by San Francisco’s 21st Amendment...

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The City

Warehouse Artist Lofts to launch a public market in May

Warehouse Artist Lofts to launch a public market in May

In early May, a group of shops, eateries and juiceries will open at the ground-floor public market inside the Warehouse Artist Lofts (WAL), the new mixed-use complex along R Street between 11th and 12th in Sacramento. The retailers sharing the 9,000-square-foot space will be Metro Juice...

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The Weekender

Pet-A-Palooza lets the dogs out for a canine-friendly festival

Pet-A-Palooza lets the dogs out for a canine-friendly festival

The sixth annual Pet-A-Palooza returns to Sacramento on April 25, with bone-a-fide fun for both dogs and animal lovers alike. Expect over 1,000 four-legged friends to join this year’s party, which will include a live concert by “Bubbly” artist Colbie Caillat and British pop...

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The Weekender

Ruhstaller opens its hop farm for classes

Ruhstaller opens its hop farm for classes

Craft beer aficionados will have the opportunity to get their hands on some hops beginning May 2, when the Sacramento brewery Ruhstaller begins offering classes at the Farm & Yard in Dixon, where the company has been growing hops since 2013. Ruhstaller owner J.E. Paino has partnered...

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The City

Classic films like 'The Sound of Music,' 'The Blues Brothers' and 'Tootsie' will shine on the big screen this spring

Classic films like 'The Sound of Music,' 'The Blues Brothers' and 'Tootsie' will shine on the big screen this spring

As you spring forward this season, your local multiplex will be looking back: Six vintage film favorites—including The Sound of Music, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and ’80s blockbusters like Tootsie and The Blues Brothers—will be resurrected on the silver screen as...

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Nightmare on Elm Streets

Nightmare on Elm Streets

Long before we became known as America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, Sacramentans beamed with pride at the moniker the City of Trees. But one of the trees responsible for that label is disappearing at an alarming rate. Here’s why we need to stem the losses before it’s too late.

For the Record

For the Record

From Cleveland to Nashville, music-themed museums draw huge numbers across the country, but each is limited by the genre it celebrates. We should create the ultimate music museum by honoring the ultimate music institution: Tower Records.

Leading Lady

Leading Lady

From Anne Gust Brown’s days as a trailblazing executive at Gap to her work in Sacramento helping craft some of the biggest political milestones of the past decade, get to know the woman whose fierce intellect, pragmatism, candor and energy has quietly redefined what it means to be California’s first lady.

Here He Builds

Here He Builds

The governor of California lives in one of his loft projects; the mayor of West Sacramento is moving into one of his townhomes. Even Barack Obama dropped by his office en route to the presidency. The scion of one of Sacramento’s most prominent power couples, developer Mark Friedman is now stepping onto center court, hoping to shape the way we live and play through forward-thinking design, starting with the city’s highest-profile building since the State Capitol. Meet our city’s newest game changer.

The Rise and Rise of Alex Honnold

The Rise and Rise of Alex Honnold

As one of the world's most accomplished and record-breaking climbers, Carmichael native Alex Honnold has scaled sheer cliffs, both with and without ropes, and set new standards in fearlessness.

Drawn From Life

Drawn From Life

Illustrator Pascal Campion turns ordinary moments into extraordinary works of art

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