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Drink Up!

LOVE CHILD, the new eatery from the owner of LowBrau, is all about plant-based options, with a menu that includes a vegan version of In-N-Out’s Double-Double burger and cold-pressed juices. Served in a groovy 16-ounce...
placer artists studios tour

Placer Artists Studio Tour

The Placer Artists Studio Tour started last weekend and continues this upcoming one (Friday, Nov. 13–Sunday, Nov. 15). More than 80 artists and at least five galleries in Placer County are participating, ready to share their work—and their workspaces—virtually or...
I Vote

“I Vote”

With local donations and a grant from the Julie A. Soderlund Memorial Fund, muralist Maren Conrad and a team of female artists have created the “I Vote” mural wrapping around three sides of the...
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Free Rides to Vote

Tomorrow is Election Day! To help ensure everyone can get to voting centers and ballot dropbox locations around the region, Sacramento Regional Transit District will provide rides for free all day tomorrow. This will...
Cucumbers and Squash from Yanez, Oak Park

Last Chance for Oak Park Farmers Market

Oak Park Farmers Market will hold its last market of the 2020 season this Saturday.The 10-year-old outdoor market runs from May through October in McClatchy Park. While smaller than the Sunday market under the freeway and the...

Check Into The Nailtel

This new, hotel-inspired nail boutique in Sierra Oaks, owned by Sacramento native and former Sephora beauty editor Mari Tzikas Suarez, brings high-design ambience, zero-waste service and nontoxic products to the nail salon experience. Interior...
atom burger

Have It Your Way

Longtime Sacramento chef Adam Pechal has revived the ATOM BURGER from his now-defunct Tuli Bistro. Choice is the name of the game: You pick your patty (beef, turkey or vegan) and one of six...
rancho roble

On Wine: Mini Lincoln Wine Fest this Weekend

In the age of COVID, most large wine events have been cancelled or postponed. The community of Lincoln, however, is making lemonade out of lemons and is hosting the first Mini Lincoln Wine Fest this Saturday, Oct. 24.Tickets are...
ruby's books

New in Folsom: Ruby’s Books

As Historic Folsom has evolved over the years, Sutter Street has become quite a hub of activity, with a weekly farmers market (Saturday mornings), nightlife, antiques shops, boutiques, restaurants, an escape room and nearby access...
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The Crocker Has Reopened

The Crocker Art Museum, which has been closed since March 17 due to the pandemic, reopened this past Friday, inviting visitors with advance ticket reservations in to experience the permanent collection (which spans five continents and...