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Davis native Hasan Minhaj wears his hometown pride on his sleeve and talks his brand-new one-man show, The King’s Jester, now streaming on Netflix.
In September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released provisional data for 2021, which was pretty shocking: Gun deaths in America hit an all-time high of 48,832. That’s an 8% increase over 2020 and a 54% increase from a…
Jimboy’s Tacos, Tower Records and Sunrise Mall. As Brian Posehn gets ready to release a new special this December, the “forever nerdy” 6-foot-7 stand-up comic—who is also a proud metalhead and Dungeons & Dragons podcast host—shares tall tales (literally) from his childhood and how he got his comedy start right here in River City.
Alexander McQueen, the Mountain Mandarin Festival, Mozart's choral masterpiece, and more. Here's our list of 10 must-see events around town to help you end your year on a high note.
Make your happy hour even happier with handcrafted cubes for your craft cocktails.
The team behind The Press Bistro reassembles to open Juju Kitchen & Cocktails downtown, introducing new farm-fresh dishes and bringing back old favorites we've missed.
At Luminarium Designs, David and Hillary Albrecht’s love of woodworking shines—literally—through their basswood lanterns.
Congratulations on 20 years of the Mondavi Center! I remember driving by 20-plus years ago and seeing it being built, and here we are two decades later. It’s kind of hard to believe. For the majority of that time, 16…
Founded near the State Capitol in 1939, Frank Fat’s is Sacramento’s oldest restaurant. The CEO of the Fat Family Restaurant Group, Kevin Fat talks about the continued obstacles for the restaurant industry in the time of Covid-19, the challenges facing downtown, and the legacy of his mother, the late celebrated chef Lina Fat.
On a clear day, find your way above the tree canopy in Sacramento, look southwest, and there you’ll spot it—the soaring 3,849-foot peak at the center of Mount Diablo State Park. At Mount Diablo, you can hike up to 150 miles of trails, camp in the ultimate “room” with a view, and literally lunch above the clouds. So go west, young men and women, and experience California from a whole new point of view.
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