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The team behind Allora launches a farm-to-fork meal delivery service

The team behind Allora launches a farm-to-fork meal delivery service

In 2018, the husband-and-wife team of chef Deneb Williams and sommelier Elizabeth-Rose Mandalou chose the name Allora for their East Sacramento Italian bistro because of its forward-looking English translation—“What’s next?” In pandemic times, there have been many...

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The City

Capital Dance Project leaps from the stage to the streets and our screens in new digital video series

Capital Dance Project leaps from the stage to the streets and our screens in new digital video series

From a waterfront ballet to a rose garden boogie, all of Sacramento is a stage in Capital Dance Project’s new digital dance series, which began Aug. 26. After the company's sixth annual Behind the Barre show—an elaborate production of visual art, dance and music—was...

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The City

Get a behind-the-screens look at artist workspaces during this year's virtual Sac Open Studios event

Get a behind-the-screens look at artist workspaces during this year's virtual Sac Open Studios event

In pre-pandemic times, area artists participating in the annual Sac Open Studios event would open their creative spaces to some 20,000 voyeurs hankering for a behind-the-scenes look at the artistic process. At this year’s all-virtual event, which takes place Sept. 9-13 and 17-20,...

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Vegan and gluten-free Babes Ice Cream & Donuts opens

Vegan and gluten-free Babes Ice Cream & Donuts opens

When Olga and Danny Turner—the married couple behind the popular Pushkin's bakery chain—started offering gluten-free doughnuts at one of their locations five years ago, they had no idea their followers had been chomping at the bit for their allergen-friendly take on the...

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Heading back to the salon? An industry veteran shares what you need to know

Heading back to the salon? An industry veteran shares what you need to know

Like most quarantiners, you’re probably overdue for a haircut or a new wash of color. Now you can get back in the chair, with Sacramento County salons allowed to reopen for indoor services again on Aug. 31 under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new color-coded reopening plan, a more carefully...

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The Weekender

Art will hit the pavement during a physically distanced Chalk It Up festival

Art will hit the pavement during a physically distanced Chalk It Up festival

Traditionally over Labor Day weekend, the sidewalk around midtown’s Fremont Park becomes a concrete canvas for underfoot artworks during the annual Chalk It Up art and music festival. However, with the pandemic affecting social gatherings, this year’s 30th annual event, which...

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SF Giants Assistant Coach Alyssa Nakken

SF Giants Assistant Coach Alyssa Nakken

On the evening of July 20, San Francisco Giants assistant coach Alyssa Nakken coolly jogged out to first base in an exhibition game against the Oakland A’s. There were no fans in the stands to cheer her, but the world was watching as she became the first woman to coach on the field in a Major League Baseball matchup. The historic moment was the second, in fact, for the former Sacramento State softball star, who was anointed as the first full-time female coach in the major leagues in January. Here, the Woodland native talks about breaking down barriers, coaching in the age of the coronavirus, and trading the turf for the surf in her off time.

Lights, Camera ... Action

Lights, Camera ... Action

Led by three members of its team—Latrice Montez Madkins, Danielle Moné Truitt and Jerry Montoya—B Street Theatre reimagines itself with the launch of a new online social justice series that aims to amplify the voices of BIPOC artists.

Mayor, Redefined

Mayor, Redefined

What does it mean to be a mayor? It turns out the answer isn’t so black-and-white. For a hundred years, Sacramentans have hemmed and hawed about whether or not a “strong mayor” system will help or hurt us. In November, we have a chance to push our city forward. Here’s why it’s more important than ever to vote yes for a strong mayor.

NFL Star Arik Armstead Has a Few Things to Say

NFL Star Arik Armstead Has a Few Things to Say

Floating Our Boats

Floating Our Boats

In Paris, a “floating cinema” emerged as a creative response to COVID, and now the concept is going global. We should make waves while going to the movies in the River City as well.

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