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A sneak peek at London, the Euro-chic nightclub to open downtown

A sneak peek at London, the Euro-chic nightclub to open downtown

London, a new downtown nightclub, is set to open its doors on 10th Street near J in late August or early September. Its name an homage to posh British lounges, the club will fill a multilevel space left empty by Parlare Euro Lounge, which closed in August 2017. London's three...

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The California State Fair returns with selfie stations, drone light shows and deep-fried eats

The California State Fair returns with selfie stations, drone light shows and deep-fried eats

The lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer are upon us, and for Sacramentans that means it’s California State Fair season. And while many of the old stalwarts won’t be going anywhere—what would we do without the Starship 3000 and bacon-wrapped turkey legs?—this year’s...

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Taste: Culinerdy Kitchen brings its over-the-top menu to downtown, plus more dining news for July 5

Taste: Culinerdy Kitchen brings its over-the-top menu to downtown, plus more dining news for July 5

Popular food truck Culinerdy Cruzer has permanently parked itself downtown, so to speak, with husband-wife owners Keith and Amy Breedlove opening their first brick-and-mortar location, dubbed Culinerdy Kitchen, near 12th and F streets on June 12. Housed in a 19th-century building,...

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13 farmers’ markets to visit throughout the region

13 farmers’ markets to visit throughout the region

Fill your basket with farm-fresh finds, local eats and handcrafted goodies at these 13 farmers’ markets around the region. Here is our cornucopian guide (including an interactive map) for your next trip to bountiful. Capitol Mall Farmers’ Market Take a break from the office...

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10 ways to catch spectacular fireworks shows for Fourth of July

10 ways to catch spectacular fireworks shows for Fourth of July

Happy 243rd birthday, America! Looking for ways to ring in the Fourth this year? Here are 10 celebrations around the region with everything from piles of pancakes and pie-eating contests to ziplines and, of course, skytacular fireworks. Cal Expo July 4 Watch the night sky fill...

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The blockbuster Our Street Night Market returns for its second year

The blockbuster Our Street Night Market returns for its second year

With summer officially starting on Friday, June 21, celebrate the first weekend of the season with the ultimate block party and head out to the insanely popular Our Street Night Market on R Street this Saturday. Inspired by the buzzy night markets all throughout Asia that have spawned a mini...

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The Big Chill

It's summertime in Sacramento and the living is easy—except when Mother Nature cranks up our city's thermostat. If you can't stand the heat, it's time to get out of town. From clear-bottom kayaking in Tahoe to a waterfall-filled hike in Marin and an ocean safari in Monterey, we've got 18 ways to keep your cool right now.

Armed With Knowledge

Armed With Knowledge

The number of gun-related deaths per year in America is now at its highest point in the last 30 years. But in California, in that same time frame, the numbers have fallen by nearly 30 percent—due in no small part to the relentless efforts of Dr. Garen Wintemute, a Sacramento physician who employs science and data to help implement pioneering gun violence legislation. It turns out that the best way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun research center.

Ring Leader

Ring Leader

He’s one of the toughest fighters in one of the toughest sports known to man—mixed martial arts, aka cage fighting. Now, two years after losing his title, Urijah Faber has a shot to become a champion again on July 2. But until then, he has TV shows to appear on, video games to star in, a clothing line to promote, and a fitness company to build. Can Sacramento’s “California Kid” become the ultimate comeback kid? And more importantly, what is he doing kissing Rosie O’Donnell?

Cast Away

Cast Away

Angling to become an angler? Start with the Japanese tradition of Tenkara fly fishing, where all you need is a simple rod, line and fly—and a class taught by expert Mike Willis. Come on in, the water’s fine and the trout are jumpin’.

Elaine Welteroth

Elaine Welteroth

Before Elaine Welteroth joined the judging panel on the current season of “Project Runway,” she was climbing the masthead at magazines like “Ebony,” “Glamour” and “Teen Vogue,” where in 2017 she became the youngest ever to serve as its editor-in-chief. But before she took the media world by storm, the Sacramento State alum, who graduated in 2007, was pulling all-nighters for the school newspaper, “The State Hornet.” The 32-year-old Brooklyn-based writer talks about getting the journalism bug here, going way beyond 280 characters in her new memoir, and why she doesn’t think Anna Wintour is the devil who wears Prada.

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