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Johnny Cash Trail to open in Folsom this fall

Johnny Cash Trail to open in Folsom this fall

On Oct. 14, the city of Folsom will unveil the completed Johnny Cash Trail, nearly 50 years after the country singer’s legendary performance at the nearby state prison. The new stretch will double the length of the 1.25-mile bike, pedestrian and equestrian trail that opened in 2014, and...

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What's Cooking

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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Aug. 10

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Aug. 10

This week in dining news: a bakery with over-the-top doughnuts opens in Roseville, a bar specializing in Moscow Mules launches in West Sacramento, and a riverside restaurant swings open its doors in Courtland. Plus, Off the Grid extends its stay at the Barn, and downtown Sacramento is about to...

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What's Cooking

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Enter a drawing to score Tower Bridge Dinner tickets

Enter a drawing to score Tower Bridge Dinner tickets

If you’ve been curious about what it's like to dine on the Tower Bridge, here’s your chance. Visit Sacramento, who runs the annual dinner at the local landmark—which takes place this year on Sept. 24—is releasing 80 tickets to the public via a random drawing. From...

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The Weekender

What to expect—and eat—at the 2017 Japanese Food & Cultural Festival

What to expect—and eat—at the 2017 Japanese Food & Cultural Festival

On Aug. 12 and 13, the summer tradition known as the Japanese Food & Cultural Bazaar returns for its 71st year to cook up over three tons of chicken, two tons of beef, 1,500 pounds of rice and 500 pounds of shrimp. About 30,000 festivalgoers are expected to flood the Buddhist Church of...

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The City

5 artists to watch (literally) during the 2017 Wide Open Walls mural festival

5 artists to watch (literally) during the 2017 Wide Open Walls mural festival

Last year’s Sacramento Mural Festival was such an unexpected hit as a spectator sport that the event has relaunched this year as Wide Open Walls, a fully interactive art happening that will take over around 40 walls throughout the metropolitan area Aug. 10-20, with food trucks and buskers...

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Beat the heat with Ginger Elizabeth’s Parisian macaron ice cream sandwiches

Beat the heat with Ginger Elizabeth’s Parisian macaron ice cream sandwiches

Aug. 2 is National Ice Cream Sandwich Day, but if you’re like us—especially with the record summer heat—you don’t need a holiday to fête the sweet treat. Our favorite place to do so all season long is at midtown's Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates, which whips up at...

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A League of Her Own

A League of Her Own

Rebecca Lowe’s colleagues at the NBC sports desk refer to her affectionately as “Mother of Dragons”—such is the fierceness of the 36-year-old London native’s passion for English Premier League soccer, which she covers for a growing American fan base. The broadcaster—who lives in El Dorado Hills with her husband Paul Buckle, head coach of the Sacramento Republic FC, and their 1-year-old son, Teddy—shares the inside scoop on how she manages her dual roles as a soccer guru and soccer-loving mom, and why there’s nothing quite like rooting for the underdog.

Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

In the age of social media, cities from Amsterdam to Toronto are recognizing the branding value of civic photo ops and making typography part of their urban topography.

We the People

We the People

Crowdfunding websites might be best known for launching cool products, but these days, they’re also being used to help citizens improve their cities, one downtown waterslide at a time.

Northern Comfort

Northern Comfort

A husband-and-wife team of fine-dining veterans elevate the art of comfort food at their inviting new North Sacramento restaurant. Pull up a chair under the old oak tree on the patio and sit a spell. Supper’s almost ready.

A Welcome Home

A Welcome Home

From Los Angeles to London, civic leaders are searching for creative ways to combine technology and high design to shelter their cities’ growing homeless populations. In Sacramento, where tent villages have brought unwelcome national headlines, a home-builder-turned-councilman and an ambitious MIT-trained developer believe they may have the answer to solving the housing predicament.

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