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Get your shine on at these three lantern festivals

Get your shine on at these three lantern festivals

This spring, Sacramento will be aglow with a trio of lantern festivals (making one of our wishes come true). Here are three ways you can light up the night around town.  I Street Bridge Lantern Festival March 23 The cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento will host a lantern walk...

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Federalist Public House owners to open The Neighborhood Pizzeria in East Sacramento

Federalist Public House owners to open The Neighborhood Pizzeria in East Sacramento

East Sacramentans are getting a new neighbor with The Neighborhood Pizzeria, a New York-style pizzeria from the owners of midtown's Federalist Public House, Marvin and Bridgette Maldonado, who hope to open on the corner of 54th and H streets in East Sacramento...

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Eight ways to get your beignet fix on Fat Tuesday

Eight ways to get your beignet fix on Fat Tuesday

Can’t make it to New Orleans for Mardi Gras? Get a taste of the Crescent City in the River City at these eight spots around town that are whipping up beignets, a classic French doughnut typically topped with powdered sugar. From traditional takes to uncommon concoctions (beignet burger...

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Eagerly awaited Cider House to open soon

Eagerly awaited Cider House to open soon

March 14, 2019 Update: Cider House will open on Friday, March 15, at 24th and K streets. Hours of operation will be Monday-Wednesday from 3:30-9 p.m., Thursday & Friday from 3:30-11 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. ******* The wait will soon be over for...

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Taste: Bacon & Butter now flipping flapjacks in East Sacramento and other dining news for February

Taste: Bacon & Butter now flipping flapjacks in East Sacramento and other dining news for February

The wait is finally over for those chomping at the bit to take a bite of Bacon & Butter’s locally famous pancakes at the brunch mecca’s new East Sacramento location, which opened Feb. 5. Chef-owner Billy Zoellin kept the date under wraps for as long as possible, considering the...

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The region’s favorite pork party, Sacramento Bacon Fest, returns for its eighth year

The region’s favorite pork party, Sacramento Bacon Fest, returns for its eighth year

Get ready to swine and dine at Sacramento Bacon Fest, the annual paean to all things pork, which returns tomorrow and runs through this Sunday. First up: Tomorrow night's 8th Annual Bacon Fest Opening Party ($30) will kick off the festivities at first-time Bacon Fest...

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Family Portrait

Family Portrait

With the world premiere of "When We Were Colored" at the Sacramento Theatre Company, former Bee editor Ginger Rutland brings her mother's memoir from the page to the stage.

Field of Screams

Field of Screams

By day, they are nurses, schoolteachers, lawyers, students and auto mechanics. By game night, they are the beating heart of the Sacramento Republic FC. Meet the 800-strong Tower Bridge Battalion, a whomping, stomping, self-organized army of men and women whose bond with their team is uniquely fierce. Fair-weather fans, they are not. With the new soccer season starting in March, the fever pitch is already rising. Hear them roar.

The Big Sick

The Big Sick

In 2015, Melinda Welsh was given shattering news. Despite battling cancer for a year and attacking it with chemo, radiation and surgery, the disease had progressed to Stage IV and doctors told her she had six to 12 months to live. But this past December, thanks to the latest advances in immunotherapy, she received equally stunning news: The cancer had disappeared. All of it. The Davis-based journalist chronicles her incredible journey through the “kingdom of the sick” and her new life after near death.

Dolores Huerta

Dolores Huerta

Arguably no woman wielded more influence on 20th-century California history than Dolores Huerta, who transformed state politics and the lives of millions as a community organizer and the co-founder (with Cesar Chavez) of United Farm Workers. The Smithsonian Institution chronicles the activist’s life and work in its new traveling exhibition "Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields/Revolución en los Campos," which makes its debut in March at the California Museum. Huerta, 88, speaks about her early days as a lobbyist in Sacramento, the value of sacrifice, and seeing her legacy among the next wave of American leaders.

Toasty Toasts

Toasty Toasts

Got the winter blues? We’ve got the winter booze to chase them away. From a spiked Mexican hot chocolate to a warm apple pie elixir and a rum-based butterbeer, here are 10 soul-lifting cold-weather cocktails around the region that bring the heat and pack a punch. Get ready to zip up and sip up.

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