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Longtime Bee features reporter Dixie Reid wrote this story, published March 20, 2005, after interviewing Roger Ebert. A noted film critic, Ebert died today.
Italians are known to gather in public spaces they call piazzas for outdoor performances and social occasions.
Among the war stories on the front page of The Sacramento Bee that day - the "toe" of Italy falling to Allied troops, British airmen bombing Berlin, Allied bombers sinking Japanese merchant ships and the Red Army furiously pushing the ...
The wacky world of Peter Wagner, perhaps Davis' foremost recycler, is headquartered in an ordinary suburb on the west side of town.
California's State Parks face an uncertain future. Because of budget cuts, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed closing as many as 70 historic sites, beaches and recreation areas by July 2012.
Forty years ago, a young Sacramento photographer disillusioned with city life moved into a cafe-turned-apartment on Main Street in Locke.
Sacramento is one of 25 U.S. cities participating in Jane's Walk this weekend. The series of free walking tours are named for the late urban activist Jane Jacobs, who advocated dynamic, diverse and densely populated communities.
The scene inside the Sacramento Kennel Club's 90th All-Breed American Kennel Club Dog Show on Saturday was one of quiet decorum, as human handlers put hundreds of prettified pooches through their paces for the judges.
Sacramento businessman Charles Goethe proposed to Mary Louise Glide at least nine times before they married in 1903. One fabulous wedding gift was a long time in coming, as well.
More than 400 union workers, families and troupes of costumed Aztec dancers walked in the wind and rain from West Sacramento, across the Tower Bridge, past the Capitol and into Cesar Chavez Park to celebrate what would have been Chavez's 84t...