Burger Shift

Ever since the pandemic completely disrupted what it means to dine out, bars and restaurants have been scrambling to reinvent themselves in order to survive...

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/5/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,174 Sacramento...

River City Wine Week Kicks Off

The organizers of the 2nd Annual River City Wine Week (Aug. 3–9) had to scramble when COVID-19 put the kibosh on in-person events this...

Michelin Food on Wheels

When COVID-19 shut things down in March, local restaurant worker J.D. Snead started cooking at home to keep from going crazy—“cooking for sanity,” he...

Shelter at Home

On the morning of March 19, Kenn Altine, CEO of the Sacramento SPCA, just happened to be in a meeting on disaster preparedness—and learned Sacramento was...

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/4/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,174 Sacramento...

Beast+Bounty Comes Back With an Outdoor Pizza Garden

Beast+Bounty, which has been closed since the pandemic shut restaurants down in March, plans to launch an open-air pizza and natural wine garden just...

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Burger Shift

Ever since the pandemic completely disrupted what it means to dine out, bars and restaurants have been scrambling to reinvent themselves in order to survive...

Michelin Food on Wheels

When COVID-19 shut things down in March, local restaurant worker J.D. Snead started cooking at home to keep from going crazy—“cooking for sanity,” he...

Beast+Bounty Comes Back With an Outdoor Pizza Garden

Beast+Bounty, which has been closed since the pandemic shut restaurants down in March, plans to launch an open-air pizza and natural wine garden just...

Restaurant Quality, Now Available at Home

COVID-19 has a lot of businesses on the ropes. Restaurants, of course, have taken a beating. So, too, have the companies that supply food...

ARTS & CULTURE

River City Wine Week Kicks Off

The organizers of the 2nd Annual River City Wine Week (Aug. 3–9) had to scramble when COVID-19 put the kibosh on in-person events this...

Capturing the Arts

Photographers are responsible for some of the world’s most striking and inspiring images. They document emotion and movement, strength and vulnerability through unforgettable snapshots in time....

Could You Use a Good Laugh?

Sorry, there’s no COVID-19 vaccine yet. But laughter, as it has been said, is the best medicine. You can get a dose of it...

Harvest Day 2020 Plows Ahead

The University of California Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardener Program annually offers a Harvest Day. This year’s version happens Saturday, Aug. 1, with Q&A guest appearances...

TRAVEL

Two Monterey Valleys

It’s tempting to go to the Monterey-Carmel area and think only of the coastline. Cannery Row, fronting the bay. Pacific Grove, with its ocean-splashed...

Touring Tuolumne

It was, as they say, a step back in time. We parked just off Parrotts Ferry Road, seeking coffee, and wandered into a town...

Santa Barbara Two Ways

Eat, stay and play like a local or a tourist. There’s no wrong way to enjoy this cozy and refined beach town.I lived in...

HOME & GARDEN

Mood Board: Art for Your Walls

There’s nothing like wallpaper to add drama to a space. Sacramento designer Kristine Renee of Design Alchemy recently employed three very different wallpapers in...

On the Interior

Not all home offices are filled with leather-bound books or drowning in a menagerie of materials—at least not for these Sacramento-area interior designers. Sometimes...

To Market, to Market

“It was your typical ’70s house,” says interior designer Christin Balzer, of Haven Studios, describing the original state of this Granite Bay flip. Her...

Yes, Please!

Bitte, a German word that means “please” and “you’re welcome,” is also the name of a local retailer of children’s goods founded by mother-daughter...

HEALTH

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/6/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,544 Sacramento...

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/5/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,174 Sacramento...

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/4/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,174 Sacramento...

COVID-19: By the Numbers 8/3/20

Here are the current numbers for COVID-19 cases and deaths by county in the greater Sacramento region. We’ll update them daily.Sacramento County cases: 10,122 Sacramento...

MAGAZINE FEATURES

My 50 Shades of Gray

A local writer examines what her hair has meant to her.Like many women, my relationship with my hair is complicated. I’ve loved and hated...

Burger Shift

Ever since the pandemic completely disrupted what it means to dine out, bars and restaurants have been scrambling to reinvent themselves in order to survive...

River City Wine Week Kicks Off

The organizers of the 2nd Annual River City Wine Week (Aug. 3–9) had to scramble when COVID-19 put the kibosh on in-person events this...

Michelin Food on Wheels

When COVID-19 shut things down in March, local restaurant worker J.D. Snead started cooking at home to keep from going crazy—“cooking for sanity,” he...

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