The Pyramid Alehouse at 1029 K St., in Sacramento permanently closed its doors Monday. Photo taken March 04, 2013 in Sacramento, California. email@example.com
WHITE-ON-WHITE: The venerable Coca-Cola Bottling Co. plant on Stockton Blvd. at Miller Way, a landmark in the city for decades, received a sparkling fresh paint job Tuesday 10/20/98 under a bright autumn sun. The gleeming brick structure, completed in 1936, received a fresh coat of white paint --its traditional color for 62 years-- by a worker attired in white. The plant is the main production venue for the product in the Sacramento area; Coca-Cola is produced there on a 24-hour-per-day basis in cans, plastic and glass bottles and in premix for restaurant use. The Sacramento Bee / Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Sacramento's Campbell Soup plant - and its landmark water tower with Campbell's logo - is photographed 9/24/96 from its west (back) side. (The Sacramento Bee/ Dick Schmidt) Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Hostess driver moves truck on November 15, 2012 at Hostess plant in Sacramento, Calif.
Hostess, the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, says it will announce that it's going out of business if striking workers don't come back to their jobs by this afternoon. The local Hostess plant near Arden Fair employs about 300 people. firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Coulat (cq) examines some of the indoor plants at the Capital Nursery in Sacramento on Tuesday, January 11, 2011. Joan Coulat is in charge of houseplants at Capital Nursery. She also collects houseplants and is renown as the begonia lady. RBenton@sacbee.com
ONLINE - Mary Worthing, a William Glen employee for 26 years, closes out the register at the end of the day after the Sacramento retail landmark store announced to it's employees it will be closing at the end of the year, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010. email@example.com
Mike Daugherty Chevrolet, Fulton El Camino, is on "auto row" that some dealers will soon be extinct. Daugherty and others disagree. 12.4.98 see walter BUSINESS story Sacramento Bee Photo by Owen Brewer Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
San Jose Construction is currently remodeling the Senator Ford on Florin Road, much of SJC's business comes from new construction and remodels of Auto Dealerships. David Vitton, Roseville Division manager and , left, and Dean Bagneschi, Director of Buisness Development were photographed at Senator Ford Wednesday March 19 2003. Sacramento Bee/ Andy Alfaro For Dealers story Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Tower Records, at 16th and Broadway, Friday, August 4, 2006 has told the major record companies it won't be paying its bills anytime soon, so the companies have cut off their supplies. The Sacramento Bee / Randy Pench Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Artist's renderings of new restaurants planned for the former Firestone tire building in downtown Sacramento at 16th and L streets
emailed by David McLean, Vrilakas Architects
1998-722-2007 Breuner's began as a furniture store in 1856. This circa 1900 photo shows the expanded Breuner's department store on K Street.
photo courtesy the Center for Sacramento History
The manufacturing division of Apple at the Elk Grove facility on Laguna Blvd. Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Zocalo, a popular restaurant at 18th Street and Captiol Ave., received two honors at the 31st annual Sacramento Old City Association's Architectural Awards.
Photo: David Brooks
The Money Store building in West Sacramento is a spectacular sight at night with the exterior lighting. -- 11.29.98 -- see delsohn BUSINESS story -- Sacramento Bee Photo by Owen Brewer --
ziggurat Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Exterior of the Packard Bell facility in Sacramento taken April 20, 1995. (Sacramento Bee/Laura Chun) THE SACRAMENTO BEE
Weinstock's at Arden Fair Mall.--8/17/95--see glover BUSINESS story-- Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
The Alhambra Theatre in Sacramento California. No year given. A Safeway now occupies the land.
Possibly from the collection of Joyce Vernon
SAMCC 2000/ 52/ 03 Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
The Buffalo Brewery circa 1920-1930. The photo was taken from the center of Q Street, looking at the northwest corner of the building, which faces west on 21st Street. The tracks are streetcar tracks on 21st Street.
Print photographed by John Thomas