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How to throw the ultimate "Lady Bird"-themed Oscar party

How to throw the ultimate "Lady Bird"-themed Oscar party

On Sunday, March 4, we’ll collectively hold our breath as the 90th annual Academy Awards air on ABC at 5 p.m. Lady Bird—Sacramento native Greta Gerwig’s semiautobiographical story about her senior year in high school—received five nominations, including best picture,...

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Treat yourself to Monday brunch this Presidents’ Day at these seven local restaurants

Treat yourself to Monday brunch this Presidents’ Day at these seven local restaurants

This Presidents’ Day weekend, exercise your constitutional right to eat brunch on a Monday if you want to. Here are seven places dishing out everything from Dungeness crab eggs Benedict to apple pie buttermilk pancakes this holiday. Cafe Bernardo Drop by any of...

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Fizz champagne bar to open in Downtown Commons

Fizz champagne bar to open in Downtown Commons

Sacramento, get ready to pop the bubbly. Raymond James Irwin, the owner of Fizz champagne bar, has announced that he plans to open his new venture in Downtown Commons this summer. The bar—billed as Sacramento’s only champagne and bubbles bar—will occupy a cozy 998-square-foot...

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A sneak peek at this year’s Sacramento Fashion Week

A sneak peek at this year’s Sacramento Fashion Week

Sacramento Fashion Week is celebrating its 12th anniversary this year with eight days of festivities from Feb. 17-24, ranging from designer showcases to workshops on hair, makeup and modeling. Here are six highlights. Launch Party Feb. 17 Fashion week will kick off with a launch party at...

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A wildly popular LA-based Korean BBQ restaurant expands to Sacramento

A wildly popular LA-based Korean BBQ restaurant expands to Sacramento

Arden Fair will be firing up the grill for Gen Korean BBQ, which is scheduled to open in early August in the space that formerly housed Maggiano's Little Italy. This will be the first Sacramento area location of the popular LA-based Korean cuisine chain, which has locations in Southern...

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Mas Taco Bar to open in Dos Coyotes space on R Street

Mas Taco Bar to open in Dos Coyotes space on R Street

FEB. 8 UPDATE: Mas Taco Bar, the casual taco chain from Mason, Alan and Curtis Wong, is set to open on R Street on March 21, as well as in Arden-Arcade (at Arden Town Center) and the Palladio shopping complex in Folsom in September or October. The menu, created by the Wongs' executive chef...

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Author Melissa Dahl

Author Melissa Dahl

As the editor of "New York" magazine’s blog Science of Us, Melissa Dahl spends her days exploring some of the most intriguing scientific notions, research and revelations in the news. In her first book, "Cringeworthy: A Theory of Awkwardness" (out Feb. 13), she guides readers on a funny and enlightening tour through one of her favorite topics. The Sacramento State alumna talks about the upside of awkwardness, battling “cringe attacks,” and why nothing—not even Valentine’s Day—is as cringeworthy as it might seem.

Let’s Get Small

Let’s Get Small

In cities around the world, mini museums are big hits. When it comes to creating new civic attractions, it’s time for Sacramento to exhibit a little initiative.

Staging Sacramento

Staging Sacramento

With downtown on the rise, more people than ever will be visiting our central city soon. As the doors open to millions of new guests, it’s time to look at some small ways to think big.

The New B Hive

The New B Hive

B Street Theatre—led by co-founder Buck Busfield—has finally moved from its humble warehouse space outside East Sacramento to splashy new digs in the heart of midtown. Enter, stage left: The Sofia.

Modern Classics

Modern Classics

With a new landmark study, Sacramento is at last officially recognizing the mid-century modern structures that define a critical period in our city’s architectural history. Here are five retro-cool gems—from Gunther’s to Eichlers—that deserve a deeper look into what makes them both time-specific and timeless.

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