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Mother Tongue

It’s been 25 years since chef Fidel Lopez left the small town where he was raised in the Mexican state of Hidalgo, but the influence of his upbringing—especially his mother’s cooking—can still be felt...

Comrades in Beer

Few brewery openings have generated as much buzz as Urban Roots Brewing & Smokehouse, the much-anticipated project from restaurateur Rob Archie and brewer Peter Hoey.Ten years in the making, Urban Roots was conceived by...

Make Yourself a Home

It’s not every day that you encounter a home furnishings store that bakes cookies on-site for its customers. But The Feathered Nest in Loomis is as much about the art of hospitality as it...

15 Minutes With Kate Farrall

Kate Farrall​ Day job: Fine artist and business coach for artists and other creatives Age: 45You’re an artist in your own right. Why did you turn to coaching other artists and creatives? I went through the art-school...

15 Minutes With Eddie Meehan

Age: 43 Hometown: Derry, N.H. Day job: Co-founder and president at Wonderful Union, a Sacramento-based fan engagement agency that manages fan clubs and curates VIP experiences for music fans.What was your first fan experience? In 1991,...

Pushing the Envelope

Today’s brides and grooms want to put their personal stamp on their nuptials, and for many couples that means a wedding invitation that’s novel or even a bit quirky.Take the groom who used a...

For Celestin’s, the Good Times Roll Again

When Patrick and Phoebe Celestin decided to reopen their eponymous restaurant after a seven-year hiatus, they knew they’d be leaving behind the tranquility of retired life—and that was perfectly fine by them. “We had...

15 Minutes With Hagen Valencia

Hagen Valencia ​Age: 29 Day job: Fashion designer for Gold & Thread Former life: Merchandiser for Urban Outfitters, Diesel and ZaraWhen did you first become aware of fashion? High school is when I harnessed my style. I would...

Big Picture

Farmers use them to monitor their fields. Amazon wants to deliver packages with them. And now news organizations like The Sacramento Bee are relying on them to report some of their biggest stories. Drones—also...

Snail Slime for Your Skin? K-Beauty Comes to Sacramento

A nondescript industrial park that sits closer to a landfill than to any shopping mall is probably the last place you’d expect to shop for trendy cosmetics. That hasn’t stopped one local company from...

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