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Photography by Aniko Kiezel

sunhfish restaurants

In It Together

As restaurants have endured on-and-off closures, lost revenue and head-spinning pivots during the pandemic, the purveyors who supply them with ingredients likewise have been forced to rethink how they do business.At Sunh Fish Company,...
midtown spirits

That’s the Spirit!

The first distillery to open in the city since Prohibition is generating plenty of buzz in spite of not opening its doors to patrons for most of the winter due to pandemic restrictions.Midtown Spirits,...
grief Margo Fowkes

Navigating Grief’s Choppy Waters

In 2014, Margo Fowke’s 21-year-old son, Jimmy, died after an eight-year battle with brain cancer. A year later, her mother died. In 2017, the Loomis resident started the website Salt Water (findyourharbor.com). The website is chock-full of blogs...
davina smith cannabis

15 Minutes With Davina Smith

In January,¬†Davina¬†Smith became Sacramento city‚Äôs cannabis program manager.¬†A¬†lawyer, she¬†started her career in Humboldt County¬†as a deputy district attorney and¬†later¬†served as¬†deputy county counsel. There, her focus¬†was on‚ÄĮland-use and code-enforcement matters. Since it¬†was Humboldt,¬†a lot of...
zachary dierdorff

15 Minutes With Zachary Dierdorff

Day job: General manager and ale curator at LowBrau Bierhalle Age: 26 Claim to fame: At age 22 ¬Ĺ, Dierdorff was one of the youngest people to become a certified cicerone, the beer equivalent of a...
chef paul jansen

By the Numbers

When chef Paul Jansen opened Fourk Kitchen in Lincoln last March, he had a clear vision of the concept: a reservations-only restaurant serving four courses four nights a week for $44. The compact eatery,...