Archive of: Featured

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Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

August-September 2017
We the People

We the People

August-September 2017
Northern Comfort

Northern Comfort

June-July 2017
A Welcome Home

A Welcome Home

From Los Angeles to London, civic leaders are searching for creative ways to combine technology and high design to shelter their cities’ growing homeless populations. In Sacramento, where tent villages have brought unwelcome national headlines, a home-builder-turned-councilman and an ambitious MIT-trained developer believe they may have the answer to solving the housing predicament.

June-July 2017
Sweet Rides

Sweet Rides

They are the original food trucks. Long before we could order Peruvian fries with a red wine soy reduction from a man in a van, the only fare we could choose from a menu on the side of a vehicle was frozen and sugary and delicious. Whether you’re craving a classic Creamsicle, a dark-chocolate-covered Bailey’s Irish Cream bar, or bubble gum gelato, we’ve got the scoop on five regional ice cream trucks worth chasing down the street this summer.

June-July 2017
Best of the City 2017

Best of the City 2017

June-July 2017
Greener Acres

Greener Acres

June-July 2017
California Dreamin'

California Dreamin'

To mark its 50th anniversary at Cal Expo this year, the California State Fair is going back to the drawing board—literally—with a commemorative poster that’s a picture-perfect homage to the location’s fairy-tale beginning.

June-July 2017
Hot New Hoods

Hot New Hoods

April-May 2017
Troubled Waters

Troubled Waters

On Feb. 7, following heavy storms, a massive crater was discovered in the main spillway at Oroville Dam, the tallest in the United States, which led to the use of a second, emergency spillway. Days later, over 180,000 people in the region were forced to evacuate amid threats of the emergency spillway’s collapse. Photojournalist Max Whittaker chronicled the crisis as residents fled to seek safety and shelter.

April-May 2017
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