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K-ZAP prepares for July 4 relaunch with new rock, familiar voices

K-ZAP prepares for July 4 relaunch with new rock, familiar voices

The first voice listeners heard on the original KZAP FM in 1968 will be the first voice they hear when Sacramento’s K-ZAP returns to airwaves—and hits the Internet—this Saturday. Ed Fitzgerald will introduce the resurgent rock radio station at 9:33 a.m. on July 4,...

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The City

The upcoming arts season scores big, combining orchestral music with classic movies

The upcoming arts season scores big, combining orchestral music with classic movies

A new season of performing arts is almost upon us, and the Sacramento Philharmonic, Folsom Symphony and San Francisco Symphony will treat area audiences to cinematic adventures through the music of popular film favorites like Star Wars, Ghostbusters and Indiana Jones, including a full screening...

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The Weekender

6th annual Bastille Day Waiters' Race set to storm midtown July 12

6th annual Bastille Day Waiters' Race set to storm midtown July 12

Vive la France! The Sacramento Bastille Day Waiters' Race & Street Festival, which was inspired by the Parisian footrace that celebrates the French holiday, returns for its sixth year in midtown’s Handle District on Sunday, July 12. The event will feature up to 50 local...

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Celebrate the Fourth of July with 10 dazzling fireworks displays

Celebrate the Fourth of July with 10 dazzling fireworks displays

Be proud to be an American: We’ve got the scoop on 10 ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, with fireworks, food and old fashioned family fun. Don your stars and stripes and check out these Independence Day events throughout the Sacramento region.   Cal Expo July 4 For more than...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
R Street favorite Magpie Cafe relocates in July

R Street favorite Magpie Cafe relocates in July

After five years, Magpie Cafe will bid farewell to the R Street corridor this Sunday, June 28, and will reopen at its eagerly anticipated new location in downtown’s 16 Powerhouse building (near 16th and P streets) on Monday, July 5. Its current space will continue to operate under a new...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for June 24

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for June 24

Sacramento's dining world is abuzz with openings, like a new ice cream sandwich parlor at Arden Fair mall and a new coffee bar in East Sacramento, and updates, like a celebrated chef joining the Fat's restaurant group and an expansion of a popular Rocklin eatery. Bombolone Cafe This...

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True Blue

Looking to escape the heat? Big Blue has you covered—and so do we. From zip lining through trees to roller skating at 8,200 feet, and from stargazing to sunset cruises, we’ve got 50 fun things to do, see, eat and drink in Lake Tahoe right now. Dive in!

The Big Gipper

The Big Gipper

In state capitals across the country, memorials stand in tribute to our past presidents. From Austin to Boston, larger-than-life statues not only honor our country’s leaders, but also remind people of the role those cities played in their lives. It’s time to put politics aside and cast our own bronze star here.

Host of the Town

Host of the Town

Ever since opening his first bar back in 1969, Randy Paragary has personified the nightlife and dining scene in Sacramento. As Paragary prepares to reopen his flagship eatery, the godfather of good times looks back on five decades of food, music, décor—and even hair.

When Public Art Fails

When Public Art Fails

As the debate about public art and money reaches a fever pitch in Sacramento, part of the conversation needs to focus on the larger civic cost when this kind of art fails. Here’s why the biggest public art debacle in our city’s history may also be one of its greatest opportunities.

Silo Night

Silo Night

Port cities like Buffalo and Minneapolis are turning crop storage silos into star attractions. It’s time for this port city to find the culture in agriculture and start making the most of these concrete canvases.

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.

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