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Popular SF cookie delivery company opens its first shop in Woodland

Popular SF cookie delivery company opens its first shop in Woodland

Local cookie monsters will have a new shop to invade when a Bond-inspired bakery opens this month in Woodland. The San Francisco-based company Stirred, Not Shaken Cookies has been delivering sweet treats throughout the Bay Area via apps like Uber Eats and DoorDash since 2016, but when it came...

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The City

Make your December merry and bright with these 10 holiday celebrations

Make your December merry and bright with these 10 holiday celebrations

Santa Claus may not be coming to town for a few weeks, but the Sacramento region is getting good and ready for Ol' Saint Nick with plenty of holiday hoopla. From a Victorian-themed Christmas to a Yuletide concert by five-time Grammy winners, here are 10 area events that will keep things...

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Three festive pop-up bars to drink in the holiday season

Three festive pop-up bars to drink in the holiday season

Christmastime is here and so are the global yuletide pop-up bar, Miracle, and its Christmas-slash-tiki-themed sister, Sippin’ Santa, which have rolled into three local haunts, offering quirky, holiday-themed cocktails—and a healthy dose of festive cheer—that will be on...

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The City

Signature restaurant announced for new downtown boutique hotel

Signature restaurant announced for new downtown boutique hotel

After years of planning, the historic California Fruit Building in downtown Sacramento will reopen next summer as a 100-room boutique hotel named The Exchange Hotel, featuring a signature restaurant on the ground floor called Ecce-llente! that will celebrate all things...

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November's Taste roundup: Golden 1 Center rolls out new eats, a vegan cafe readies to open, and more

November's Taste roundup: Golden 1 Center rolls out new eats, a vegan cafe readies to open, and more

In case you missed it, the Golden 1 Center has raised its food game with 20 new menu items for the 2019-2020 NBA and concert season. Chow down on “The Clucker,” a fried chicken sandwich topped with cole slaw on a French brioche bun, from Porchetta House; mini corn dog bites with curry...

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Darling Aviary takes roost downtown

Darling Aviary takes roost downtown

The founders of midtown’s pink-plastered bar and club, Flamingo House, are set to open yet another bird-themed watering hole in late December, Darling Aviary. This new concept, located at The Hardin development near the Downtown Commons, will celebrate all fair fowl, not just one. According to co-owner Amadeu Goncalves, the 2,400-square-foot space evokes the aesthetic of a forgotten Victorian aviary—one that might have held foreign, “exotic” birds like cockatoos or toucans—that has now been simultaneously overrun with vegetation and refurbished with a futuristic aesthetic.

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Courtside Cantina

An eye-catching Mexican eatery has opened across from the Golden 1 Center, boasting regionally sourced south-of-the-border dishes and a room with a view that’s perfect for hooping it up.

A Killer’s Instincts

A Killer’s Instincts

California Stage’s brand-new play explores the cunning—and conning—mind of Sacramento serial murderer Dorothea Puente

Foot Traffic

Foot Traffic

In an effort to draw attention to climate change and to encourage walking, biking and taking mass transit, a growing number of cities are banning cars in select districts for one day a year. It’s time for us to brake for progress too.

True West

True West

In his day job, Cornel West is a Harvard professor, a "New York Times" best-selling author, a national authority on race and a passionate advocate for the poor. In his spare time, he’s appeared in two of the three "Matrix" films (because, well, he helped inspire them), recorded three albums, and is taking meetings on the 2020 presidential campaign trail with Bernie Sanders and Cardi B. At a time when the country feels hopelessly divided, this nearly native son of Sacramento—and a “jazzman in the world of ideas”— has a message of love and compassion for all races, religions and political persuasions. And no matter how far he ventures from home, he carries with him a moral compass that unfailingly points west.

A (New) Christmas Story

A (New) Christmas Story

A desire to break with tradition has one mom dreaming of a Korean Christmas.

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