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It was once one of Sacramento’s top hotels, frequented each morning by Gov. Edmund “Pat” Brown, who padded across the street from the Governor’s Mansion in his bathrobe to swim laps in the pool. That was a half-century ag...
Sacramento artist Charr Crail will lead a four-hour workshop Monday aimed at showing artists how to photograph jewelry and small artwork.
SacTweetup, Sacramento’s largest social media mixer, returns Thursday with a 6 p.m. gathering at Capital Dime, the farm-to-fork eatery at 18th and L streets.
California Lawyers for the Arts is hosting a workshop on contracts Tuesday aimed at artists, small business owners and independent contractors.
As parks go, Cervantes Park is humble a simple rectangle of lawn surrounded by plane trees along Freeport Boulevard north of Sacramento City College. A couple of park benches provide the only amenity. People sit on the benches or spread p...
The Sacramento Poetry Center is hosting a “Hot Poetry in the Park” event from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at Fremont Park, 16th and P streets in Sacramento.
Country band Sweet Revenge performs Friday at The Promenade at Sacramento Gateway’s free Summer Concert Series.
Photographer and artist Charr Crail is giving a lecture Monday on how to photograph jewelry and small artworks.
This week, thousands of children throughout the Sacramento region head back to school. Folsom Cordova Unified and Natomas Unified resume classes on Wednesday. The San Juan, Elk Grove and Twin Rivers districts go back Thursday.
The city of Roseville is hosting a gardening workshop Saturday, Aug. 16, aimed at reducing water use for landscaping.