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Music Recommendations from Katie Knipp

Katie Knipp has been an indie blues/Americana performer for almost 25 years, and she’s blessed with soulful vocals and a great ability to mix several genres into her roots-rock vibe. Her sixth album, “The...
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Music Recommendations From Justin Nordan

Justin Nordan has been an event producer for years, and for the past eight he has booked talent and produced events for Concerts in the Park. He’s the director of business development at Lyte,...
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Music Recommendations From Nick Brunner

Nick Brunner has been in Sacramento for years now and is currently CapRadio’s assistant program director/modern music director. He hosts “Hey, Listen!,” two hours of new music discovery on Saturdays.Rituals of Mine: “Exceptions” (single)“Terra...
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Music Recommendations From Pat Martin

Pat Martin is a legend in Sacramento and has been at 98 Rock as the midday jock since 1988. His is the longest-running radio show in Sacramento’s history.Deftones: “Ohms” (album)—“Last September, just before the...

Wellington Wednesdays

During COVID-19, many people have simply burned out on cooking at home. That caused local chef J.D. Snead and his wife, Amber Nunnally, to have an inspired idea: to create a take-and-bake BEEF WELLINGTON....
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Growing the Biz

Plant Daddy Co. proprietors Luke Swanson (seated) and Jake Dill told us a few months back that they were having a wild time keeping up with the demand for houseplants during the pandemic. Everyone,...
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Welcome Back to Sutter’s Fort and the Indian Museum

After a year closed due to the pandemic, Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park and the California State Indian Museum will reopen tomorrow, April 1. Visitors must wear masks and maintain 6-foot distance from those...

It’s Show Time in the City

For a long time there was this really cool thing in which people who had a little money could sit inside a huge room and slouch on cushiony chairs for an hour or two,...
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Bone Up on Ancient History

Has the pandemic got you longing for the good old days? Do you ever wish you could find some contraption that would send you back in time?Be careful what you wish for, because you...
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Good Times Roll

There’s nothing stingy about a po’ boy, the Depression-era sandwich that originated in New Orleans during the 1929 streetcar strike and was served free to out-of-work conductors. We’ve got our own problems now, but...