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  • Hear why Mayor Darrell Steinberg loves the name 'Wide Open Walls'

    Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg speaks at a press conference for this year's Wide Open Walls mural festival. The festival, which runs Aug. 10-20, is expected to feature 50 artists creating 40 new murals.

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg speaks at a press conference for this year's Wide Open Walls mural festival. The festival, which runs Aug. 10-20, is expected to feature 50 artists creating 40 new murals. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg speaks at a press conference for this year's Wide Open Walls mural festival. The festival, which runs Aug. 10-20, is expected to feature 50 artists creating 40 new murals. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee

More than murals, Wide Open Walls is a sign Sacramento has finally arrived

August 14, 2017 5:00 AM

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