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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for July 29

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for July 29

We’ve got the lowdown on new restaurant openings from Woodland to Roseville and one East Sacramento Mexican eatery that revamped its menu and interior after closing from a fire last year. Plus, a cool new cheese shop debuts in Nevada City and a "big sexy" new brewery plans to open...

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The City

Global Winter Wonderland returns to light up Sacramento for second year

Global Winter Wonderland returns to light up Sacramento for second year

Global Winter Wonderland, which will feature everything from the largest lantern festival outside of China to an ice-skating rink and an international food court, will return to Cal Expo from Nov. 14 to Jan. 3 with all new displays and attractions to celebrate the holiday season. The 17-acre...

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The City

Bright Ideas happy hour celebration to light up the Old Sacramento tunnel

Bright Ideas happy hour celebration to light up the Old Sacramento tunnel

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership, Old Sacramento and the City of Sacramento are joining hands to kick off a series of events called “Bright Ideas” with a happy hour celebration on Thursday, July 23. From 5 to 7 p.m., folks can listen to music by Sacramento-based City of Trees...

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The City

Want a drink? Need a haircut? Bottle & Barlow offers both on R Street

Want a drink? Need a haircut? Bottle & Barlow offers both on R Street

There are barbershops, and then there are bars. And then there is Bottle & Barlow, filling a need that Sacramento might not have even known it had by putting the bar in “barbershop.” The new establishment—which opened on July 11 at 12th and R streets on the ground floor...

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The Weekender

Five fun ways to experience whitewater rafting this summer

Five fun ways to experience whitewater rafting this summer

Summer is on, and whitewater rafting is alive and well in the wake of California’s historic drought. Despite the lack of rainfall and snowpack, the South Fork and Middle Fork of the American River are still churning with rapids, thanks to their locations downstream of hydro-electric...

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Coveted Tower Bridge Farm-to-Fork Gala dinner tickets expected to sell out fast

Coveted Tower Bridge Farm-to-Fork Gala dinner tickets expected to sell out fast

Tickets for the third annual Farm-to-Fork Gala dinner, which will return to the Tower Bridge on Sept. 27, go on sale at 9 a.m. on Monday, July 20. Oliver Ridgeway, executive chef of Grange Restaurant & Bar, and Ravin Patel, executive chef of Selland Family Restaurants (which includes Ella,...

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The Art of the Matter

The Art of the Matter

When a sculpture by world-renowned artist Jeff Koons was selected in March as the centerpiece of the plaza outside the new downtown arena, it triggered an explosion of controversy--and an unprecedented opportunity for civic leaders and local artists to influence the future of public art in Sacramento. Here’s how they are attempting to work together to shepherd this nuanced and often heated debate, and how they’re racing against the clock to do it. Can they pull it off?

True Blue

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.

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