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Ring in Fourth of July with 10 vibrant fireworks shows

Ring in Fourth of July with 10 vibrant fireworks shows

We’ve rounded up 10 ways to celebrate this year’s Independence Day, with dazzling fireworks shows and festivals. So don your best red, white and blue attire and get ready to commemorate the nation’s most explosive holiday. Cal Expo July 4 As it does every year, this...

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The City

Wine and dine at 15 of the region’s best restaurant patios

Wine and dine at 15 of the region’s best restaurant patios

Summer has officially arrived, making this the perfect season for casual al fresco dining. We scoured the region for 15 of the best restaurant patios, places where you can eat, drink and be cool under the shade of a palm tree by day, or the glow of twinkling lights by night....

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The City

20 fun, completely free things to do in the Sacramento region this summer

20 fun, completely free things to do in the Sacramento region this summer

On Monday, summertime officially arrived (and brought the temperatures to prove it!), and there's a ton to do here in the River City, but you don't need to kill your bank account to have a great time. We've rounded up 20 fabulously free things to do throughout the...

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The City

Bastille Day Waiters’ Race returns for its seventh year July 10

Bastille Day Waiters’ Race returns for its seventh year July 10

The Sacramento Bastille Day Waiters’ Race & Street Festival, styled after a similar footrace in Paris, is returning to midtown on Sunday, July 10. Over 1,000 people are expected to attend the “tray” magnifique festivities, during which up to 50 servers from local...

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First Look: Obo’ adds a splash of Neapolitan flavors to East Sacramento

First Look: Obo’ adds a splash of Neapolitan flavors to East Sacramento

Whet your appetite for herbally infused pastas and handmade pizzas—the Selland family has done it again. Last Thursday, the Sacramento culinary dynasty opened Obo’ Italian Table & Bar in East Sacramento. Loaded with dishes so Italian they’re often a struggle to pronounce,...

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The City

Vintage-style trolley hits the streets of Sacramento

Vintage-style trolley hits the streets of Sacramento

Sacramento is now rolling in retro style with the launch of a new old-school touring trolley. On June 14, Sterling Transportation launched the Sterling Trolley, a gas-powered tour bus fashioned to look like an authentic vintage trolley car, which offers hop-on-hop-off tours of downtown,...

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Go with the Flow

Go with the Flow

Thanks to the swiftly melting snowpack of the High Sierras, the American River is once again bursting with whitewater rapids. We’ve got the lowdown on the splashiest summertime rafting trips in the region, whether you are wet behind the ears or ready to dive right in.

Inside Issue 58

Inside Issue 58

Thunder Dome

Thunder Dome

From sea to shining sea, state capitols are taking center stage at spectacular Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve celebrations. It happened here once, too. Let’s do it again.

The Resurrection of Zaha Hadid

The Resurrection of Zaha Hadid

Five years ago, our region botched the chance to build a bold structure designed by one of the world’s greatest architects. Now she’s gone. Let’s bring her spirit back.

The Super Dome

The Super Dome

Access to the beautiful Capitol dome and its 360-degree views ended during World War II. But other capital cities like Denver and Topeka, Kansas are raising the roof on their capitols by reopening their domes and allowing for more historical education, increased tourism and stunning views. These days, the State of California is taking a lot from its citizens. Here’s an easy way to give something back.

A Culture of Sculpture

A Culture of Sculpture

In towns across the globe, sculpture festivals spotlight art and artists, all while adding to a city’s urban fabric. We too should set our artists loose on the streets of Sacramento.

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