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Organic ice cream shop to open in Davis

Organic ice cream shop to open in Davis

The Good Scoop—which is aiming to soft open Friday, Feb. 19, in Davis—is the first business venture from Davis resident Marnie Layton, who owns the shop with her brother, Stephen, and his wife, Azure. The creamery will serve flavors from Berkeley's popular Tara’s Organic Ice...

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What's Cooking

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Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Feb. 12

Taste: The region's latest food, drink & restaurant news for Feb. 12

Three new breakfast options and a food truck—it may sound like the title of a foodie’s favorite flick but is actually this week’s restaurant news, including where to find Filipino breakfast, a must-have croquet monsieur, a vegan breakfast sandwich, and a new roaming...

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The Weekender

Hit the street in boxers and briefs at the fifth annual Sacramento Undy Run

Hit the street in boxers and briefs at the fifth annual Sacramento Undy Run

Boxers or briefs? Race with your choice of skivvies at Sacramento’s fifth annual Undy Run/Walk, which will take place in William Land Park on Feb. 27. Hosted by the Colon Cancer Alliance, the charity event invites Sacramento runners to partake in a timed 5K or 1-mile walk wearing...

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What's Cooking

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Craving of the week: 3 Fires Lounge’s Glazed Doughnut Caramel Bread Pudding

Craving of the week: 3 Fires Lounge’s Glazed Doughnut Caramel Bread Pudding

Doughnuts have taken over as Sacramento’s dessert muse in recent years. We’ve seen the sugary rounds filled with ice cream, topped with breakfast cereals and crossed with croissants. But a doughnut made into a decadent bread pudding takes the cake. For his glazed doughnut caramel...

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The City

Five creative installations at K Street’s new Art Hotel

Five creative installations at K Street’s new Art Hotel

Last night in downtown Sacramento at 7th and K streets, dozens of guests checked into a five-story brick hotel. But their intent was not to find a place to rest their heads, but rather to discover one of the largest new art installation projects in Northern California. The event was a VIP...

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The Weekender

10 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

10 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

From a cupid-themed midtown pub crawl to a romantic train ride along the river, we’ve rounded up 10 events taking place this Valentine's Day weekend that are sure to make your heart skip a beat. Cupid’s Revenge Pub Crawl Feb. 13 At this interactive...

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Plane Spotting

Plane Spotting

At airports throughout the world, creative new observation decks are giving both locals and travelers a first-class view of the friendly skies. Let’s find a way to get a similar venture off the ground at Sacramento International.

The Brutalist Truth

The Brutalist Truth

Sacramento is brimming with optimism these days, but a proposal to spend up to $80 million to fix one of our city’s worst buildings is recklessly pessimistic. It’s time for this plan to exit stage left.

Our Man Inside

Our Man Inside

For the first time since 1882, a Sacramentan will be the second most powerful politician in California. After decades of state leadership coming from the Bay and Southern California, we’ll finally have one of our own at the big table. So what will it mean for this region? And does Darrell Steinberg have what it takes to deliver?

Gimme Shelter

Gimme Shelter

In Pittsburgh, a local music collective converted an everyday bus shelter into a pint-sized jazz club this past summer. Here’s why we should create our own sidewalk symphony.

A State of Disrepair

A State of Disrepair

The state of California is trying to decide if it’s going to spend $155 million to repair an office building that cost $15 million to construct. Isn’t there a better solution? We’re glad you asked.

Ready for Prime Time

Ready for Prime Time

Forty years after his first break at KCRA, Lester Holt was tapped this summer for the top spot in American broadcast journalism—the anchor of "NBC Nightly News." Here’s how “Lightning Bolt Holt” guided his career from the streets of Rancho Cordova to the heart of Rockefeller Center.

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