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Go Fish

Fishing free for all Don’t have a fishing license? Drop a line, legally, during the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Free Fishing Days, July 4 and Sept. 5. Trout of this world The Sacramento River from...

Take Me To The River

Front-Row ActionWhether you’re looking for a mellow ride or an adrenaline rush, these boating and floating adventures will give you your river fix. MILD Take a history cruiseHornblower’s leisurely one-hour river cruise takes you past...

Wine Tasting Along the River

Old Sugar MillTake your pick of tastings from more than 10 local wineries, including Todd Taylor, Clarksburg Wine Company and Carvalho Family Winery. On second Saturdays, they host art walks from noon to 4...

The Float on the American River

How to spend a lazy (or crazy) weekend day drifting down the lower American River with a group of people who float your boat. STARTING POINT: Sunrise Boulevard river access point END POINT: River Bend Park...

What a Dive

Round Corner TavernFor more than 70 years, Round Corner’s round-corner entrance has seen a lot of action—and not just from the constant flow of loyal, longtime fans (which included Deftones band members way back...

A Photo Booth on Wheels

A year ago, you wouldn’t recognize the Volkswagen Deluxe Microbus now known as The Bus Booth (thebusbooth.com). In December 2013, Redding resident Josh Cremeens found the dinged-up, rusted bus in the classifieds section of...

Life of the Party

Cater waiters, step aside: Cocktail Coquettes have officially stepped on to Sacramento’s  special-event service scene. Making their grand debut at the 2014 Crocker Ball, these commanding damsels wear Versailles-worthy hooped skirts that double as...

Something In The Water

With the area’s hop harvest recently completed, Sacramento’s brewing scene is busier than it’s been in decades. What’s fueling the local craft beer boom? We tapped New Helvetia Brewing Company founder David Gull to...

From St. Louis to Selland's Kitchen

Back in June, John Griffiths wrapped up a stretch as one of St. Louis’ most influential culinary forces and started a new chapter as chef de cuisine at The Kitchen, Randall Selland’s iconic demonstration...

10 Great Neighborhoods

Getting Started It’s a beautiful day in these neighborhoods for those who are starting their careers—and their families. GREAT FOR YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: SOUTH LAND PARK Midtown and downtown are obvious areas for fast-paced twenty-somethings. South Land Park, however,...

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