Archive of: Features

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Chef Jeremiah Tower

Chef Jeremiah Tower

August-September 2018
Raising the Barre

Raising the Barre

August-September 2018
Homes Away From Home

Homes Away From Home

Want to get away without going away? Whether you dream of a house on the water, long for the simple pleasures of farming life, wish to be whisked to Middle-earth, or yen for some Zen, we've got the perfect Airbnb abode for the ultimate staycation. So go ahead, relax—in a Hollywood-worthy country cottage or an opulent Mongolian yurt—and make yourself at home.

August-September 2018
Special K

Special K

August-September 2018
Best of the City 2018

Best of the City 2018

June-July 2018
The Whole Earth Cataloguer

The Whole Earth Cataloguer

June-July 2018
The Last Straws?

The Last Straws?

June-July 2018
Holy Roadster, Batman!

Holy Roadster, Batman!

June-July 2018
Animated Figure

Animated Figure

Death takes a holiday in the Día de los Muertos-centric film Coco, which made its Netflix debut on May 29. Having spent over four years bringing the Pixar animated feature to life, its co-director/writer Adrian Molina talks about taking a holiday of his own, saying proper thank yous at the Oscars and making “awful” movies while growing up in Grass Valley.

June-July 2018
Great New Places to Eat 2018

Great New Places to Eat 2018

It's a good time to be a foodie in Sacramento. As the city's culinary reputation expands, restaurateurs are stepping up their game. Some are longtime locals looking to raise the bar on regional cuisine, some are returning home after working in Michelin-starred kitchens elsewhere, and others are moving here to take part in our gastronomic gold rush. Wherever they're from, they're pushing our dining scene forward in exciting ways, from duck confit tacos to shiitake mushroom doughnuts that taste like maple. Here's our look at 10 shiny new local restaurants—the oldest ones opened in the fall—that are worth going outside your comfort food zone for.

April-May 2018
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