Museums give us a look into how things used to be. They also give us a view at how things have evolved over time. The wonder is that just about everything has a museum dedicated to it, from dolls, buttons, and badges to trains, cars, and bicycles. The greater Sacramento area is graced with some spectacular museums that highlight a very rich and varied history of this part of California.
Whether relaxing together over breakfast or a brew on a sunny patio, swimming and hiking along the river or participating in the Doggy Dash, there are many places in Sacramento that will help get you on the fast track to canine happiness.
Clearly the most important attribute a bar can have on a rainy day is a roof. When it’s pouring outside people seek a warm welcoming environment where they can relax while waiting for things to calm down on the outside. It’s also going to be helpful if you can obtain a decent bite to eat and a tasty libation while trying to stay dry. The following bars have built a reputation for knowing how to treat all who pass through their doors.
Headed to Raley Field for the opening day of the Rivercats season? Be sure to check out one of these bars near West Sacramento to keep the opening day fun going after the game is over.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
Bubbie’s Love serves up a luscious frozen strawberry meringue torte for Passover; also check out Freeport Bakery’s almond roulade with apricot mousse.
Shock and guffaw your target with a gadget that makes their car shriek, candy that tastes like old fish, a personalized telegram by a Hairy Fairy, murderous cats, bloody faux body parts or a workout plan for drinkers called “Bacardio.”
Sacramento’s talented thespians bring intrigue, real-life drama, operatic satire and explosive humor to these exciting and provocative productions in the spring of 2015.
For a wonderful day of entertainment and history, nearby national parks are a natural for visiting.
Award-winning teacher Sarah Kesty is a particularly great resource for staycation ideas because she loves to celebrate life, act goofy and have a lot of fun.
Josie Lee is an enterprising and energetic young entrepreneur that keeps her finger on the pulse of fashion in California’s capital and around the world. Here is what she has to say about spring’s hottest trends.
Explore your Irish side with pub parties, a parade, green beer, corned beef, colcannon and live music and dance performances, as well as a leprechaun race and photo ops with a special guest donkey.