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Putting the “Craft” in Craftsman

Great bones, gorgeous design. Those are the signatures for this three-story Craftsman situated in the heart of East Sacramento. After moving from their longtime...
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Brew to Go

With so many great breweries and taprooms in the Sacramento region, there’s no reason to go thirsty. Here are a few ready to supply...

Dining Guide to Takeout

With so many restaurant people newly out of work as a result of the pandemic, it has never felt so altruistic to order takeout....
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Bread Is His Life

IF YOU’VE NEVER TASTED a Portuguese dessert, Jeremiah Duarte Bills would like a word with you. A concert flutist turned baker whose sausage rolls...

Out in the Open

There are countless advantages to open-concept living. But when there aren’t any walls to define your primary living spaces, one small design change can...


This festival of new works presents world premieres by three choreographers: Jennifer Archibald, resident choreographer for Cincinnati Ballet; Nicole Haskins, Sacramento Ballet alumna; and...
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An Evening with Anne Lamott

Known for her humor and unflinching honesty, Lamott is the author of seven novels, including “Hard Laughter,” “Rosie” and “Joe Jones,” and several nonfiction...
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Hard-Boiled Memories

At Revolution Winery & Kitchen, owner Gina Genshlea likes having deviled eggs on the menu “because the best things are the simple things.” In...

ARTHOUSE on R Honors Women’s History Month

A Womxn’s Markeplace, a talk by artist Kathrine Lemke Waste, opera singing by Olivia Smith, a dance performance by Omonivie Okhade, art receptions and...
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“A Bronx Tale”

Based on the life of Chazz Palminteri, this musical, set in the Bronx in the 1960s, tells the story of a young man who...