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    The century-old downtown Sacramento D.O. Mills Bank Building at 7th and J streets is being transformed into a culinary palace, offering perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines and more than 70 beers on tap. The extensive reworking of the historic building is being branded as simply “The Bank,” with project officials aiming for a late-summer opening.

The century-old downtown Sacramento D.O. Mills Bank Building at 7th and J streets is being transformed into a culinary palace, offering perhaps a dozen distinct cuisines and more than 70 beers on tap. The extensive reworking of the historic building is being branded as simply “The Bank,” with project officials aiming for a late-summer opening. Photography by Randall Benton/Video by Sue Morrow
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  • Take a look at Sinatra's old Tahoe resort

    Tech billionaire Larry Ellison has been cleared to buy the Cal Neva Resort & Casino for $35.8 million. The resort, which straddles the California-Nevada border and includes a 10-story hotel tower and a small casino, has sat idle since 2013. When Frank Sinatra owned the resort, it was an unofficial playground for Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and others connected to Sinatra’s legendary Rat Pack.