Inside the
October/
November
2018

Issue

 

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The Great Sacramento Beer Boom of 2018
If you're a beer lover (or even a mere beer liker), there's never been a better time to soak up the suds, with yet another pub popping up seemingly every week around town, Have foam FOMO? Here are 10 cool new places to grab a pint, from Ruhstaller's underground downtown bar to the moxie-infused Moksa brewery in Rocklin. Hop to it—it's always beer o'clock somewhere in Sacramento.

 

 

 

Done Wanderin'
After a decade away, one of the most talented troubadours to ever emerge from Sacramento has come back home. As he settles down in Orangevale with his wife and daughter, and gets ready to release a new record, Jackie Greene gears up for his next chapter and verse.

 

Fields of Gold
For local environmental artist Joanna Hedrick, Christmas comes early when ginkgo trees on the Sacramento State campus shed their bright yellow foliage each fall. Meet the talented woman who transforms these leaves of grass into stunning works of art.

 

Riverfront Essay
  A pair of proposed buildings on Capitol Mall tells the tale of two cities—one that reaches for the sky and another that sells us short.

 

 



 


Riverfront Q&A
Sacramento's bike czar Jennifer Donlon Wyant talks about the rising crimson tide of red Jump bicycles and when we can expect to scoot around town on e-scooters.

 

 

 

 

Play
From celebrity portraits to the celebrated work of Bruce Nauman and acerbically witty political cartoons, we've got your guide to must-see art exhibits this fall; Sacramento Theatre Company goes Hollywood with its movie musicals night; Kevin Hart invites you to laugh at his pain at Golden 1 Center; the Sacramento Philharmonic will rock you with the music of Queen; get your daily dose of vitamin C at the 25th annual Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn

 



Dish
Beast & Bounty draws diners on both ends of the food spectrum with a smoking-hot menu that is as veggie friendly as it is meat forward; join the counter culture at the new fast-casual Origami Asian Grill in East Sacramento; think inside the hot dog bun at Umai in Arden-Arcade; 'cue up at Urban Roots Brewing & Smokehouse

 

 


Why Not Here?

Some opportunities are hidden right under our feet. Let's take a step in the right direction by using our city's unadorned stairways as canvases for inspired public art.