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A significant piece of Isleton history was on display Tuesday as the community celebrated the first phase of the restoration of the Delta community’s long-shuttered Chinese community center.
The River Cats, Triple-A affiliate of the A’s since moving to West Sacramento in 2000, are expected to seek an affiliation change after filing last week for permission to talk with other major-league teams.
“Broadway Augmented” allows viewers – using a smartphone or tablet – to see 16 virtual-reality art pieces interacting with the existing landscape along Broadway between Ninth and 21st streets.
Alexander Lacey calls himself a big cat lover. And apparently his lions, tiger and leopard like him, too.
The Sacramento Sheriff Department is investigating whether a body found in south Sacramento late Tuesday morning is related to an earlier nearby report of shots fired.
The Sacramento Fire Department had an active Sunday battling three fires, the largest of which burned an acre and a half near the American River Parkway north of the Sacramento River.
For most of its 28-year existence, Burning Man brought to mind a “dirty hippie” image of those attending the annual counterculture arts and music festival now playing out in the Nevada desert north of Reno.
As an expected 70,000 people descend on Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the cultural phenomenon known as Burning Man, The Sacramento Bee was afforded a rare extended conversation with the event’s co-founder, Larry Harvey.
It’s crunch time for the 24 Sacramento filmmakers facing a Sunday deadline to complete their short entries for the Sacramento Film and Music Festival’s “10x10 Filmmaker Challenge.”