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When Los Angeles-based costume designer Marcy Froehlich went on a three-month search for a kilt maker to design and produce knee-length garments for the Music Circus’ production of “Brigadoon,” she was looking for a person with...
First came the sushi restaurants, then the ramen house. Now Sacramento restaurant veteran Sai Wong is ready to introduce a Japanese-style pub – or izakaya – to his customers.
Step into New Helvetia Brewing Co. on Thursday evenings and you’ll be greeted by a jovial and spirited group of sweaty athletes wearing colorful shoes and orange T-shirts sporting the motto “We Run Sactown.”
For many Americans, World War II was a crusade for democracy and freedom as well as a fight against injustice. But the war also highlighted the harsh realities of racial prejudice and stereotypes both at home and abroad.
Coffee roasters collaborate to establish a Specialty Coffee Week in Sacramento.
Before fireworks shot into the sky Friday night, flames swept through parched brush behind Cal Expo and threatened to cancel the area’s biggest pyrotechnic display.
Beneath the elevated light-rail tracks that run across busy Florin Road, Alicia Villasenor cleans the gang-related graffiti that is highly visible to motorists, pedestrians and Luther Burbank High School students. She’s among eight teens h...
Members of the Sequoia Valley 4-H Club Sacramento County chapter on Thursday donated 102 blankets to the Front Street Animal Shelter as part of a service learning project about the needs of homeless pets.
Playing basketball on top of a new downtown gym on K Street overlooking the skyline and the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Kevin Thomas put on a shooting exhibition for his pals and reminded them that he was the king of the court.
Low-income seniors returned to their homes at the Washington Plaza apartments for the first time Tuesday since the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency completed extensive renovation work on some of the 76 housing units.