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Tower Bridge Dinner 2017

Tower Bridge Dinner 2017

On Sept. 26, over 800 guests gathered for the fifth annual Tower Bridge dinner to feast on a multicourse family-style meal prepared by many of the region's top chefs using ingredients from local farms and purveyors. Click on each image to expand it and scroll through the slideshow.

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What's Cooking

A look at the latest in local food, dining and drinking news
Downtown food hall The Bank announces newest purveyor

Downtown food hall The Bank announces newest purveyor

Earlier this year, The Bank announced its first tenant, Mama Kim Eats. Now downtown’s buzzy new food hall—located inside the elegant 1912 D.O. Mills bank building at 6th and J streets—is bringing on board the popular midtown shop, Preservation & Co. Proprietor Jason Poole...

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Deschutes Brewery brings "World's Largest Pop-Up Pub" back to midtown

Deschutes Brewery brings "World's Largest Pop-Up Pub" back to midtown

The Handle District will become the tap handle district on Saturday, Oct. 14, when Deschutes Brewery brings the "World's Largest Pop-Up Pub" for the third year in a row. Dubbed the Street Pub, the free beer-focused event will once again feature a 400-foot-long bar with more than...

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The Weekender

Find cooking demos, fresh fruit, food trucks and more at the 2017 Farm-to-Fork Festival

Find cooking demos, fresh fruit, food trucks and more at the 2017 Farm-to-Fork Festival

On Saturday, Sept. 23, over 65,000 people are expected to descend upon Capitol Mall for the fifth annual Farm-to-Fork Festival, a free event that celebrates the region’s agricultural bounty. Between 3rd and 7th streets, event-goers can peruse booths from over 100 regional purveyors, like...

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Bike Dog opens taproom on Broadway

Bike Dog opens taproom on Broadway

The wheels are in motion. On Tuesday afternoon, Bike Dog Brewing Co., the popular West Sacramento brewery founded in 2013, is officially opening the doors to its new Sacramento location on Broadway next to Selland’s Market-Café. The 2,500-square-foot taproom soft-opened Saturday...

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The City

Tickets for Hillary Clinton's Mondavi Center appearance sell out in a few short hours

Tickets for Hillary Clinton's Mondavi Center appearance sell out in a few short hours

The upcoming Oct. 9 appearance of Hillary Clinton at the Mondavi Center spawned an unprecedented event sellout on Friday, Sept. 15. The presale tickets for the former Secretary of State's Davis engagement—which is part of the book tour for her new memoir What Happened, which was...

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Michelin Man

Michelin Man

Brad Cecchi, who grew up in Carmichael and went on to earn a Michelin star as executive chef at Calistoga’s Solbar, has returned to his hometown to helm the kitchen at the new East Sacramento restaurant Canon. The Land Park-based 34-year-old dishes about mixing global flavors with local ingredients, his take on the ubiquitous avocado toast, and how everything is coming up rosé.

Actor Chris Sullivan

Actor Chris Sullivan

After 'How did Jack die?' the most burning question during the first season of This Is Us might’ve been, 'Will Toby live?'

White Gold

White Gold

Call it farm-to-chopstick. Not only does nearly every bite of sushi rice in the United States come from California, but almost all of it—97 percent, to be exact—comes from the Sacramento Valley. And when it comes to ultra-premium Japanese-style rice (yep, there’s a difference), Yuba City’s Montna Farms is the American gold standard.

A League of Her Own

A League of Her Own

Rebecca Lowe’s colleagues at the NBC sports desk refer to her affectionately as “Mother of Dragons”—such is the fierceness of the 36-year-old London native’s passion for English Premier League soccer, which she covers for a growing American fan base. The broadcaster—who lives in El Dorado Hills with her husband Paul Buckle, head coach of the Sacramento Republic FC, and their 1-year-old son, Teddy—shares the inside scoop on how she manages her dual roles as a soccer guru and soccer-loving mom, and why there’s nothing quite like rooting for the underdog.

Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

In the age of social media, cities from Amsterdam to Toronto are recognizing the branding value of civic photo ops and making typography part of their urban topography.

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