The Downtown Sacramento Partnership and local community and business leaders gathered for the 16th Annual State of Downtown Breakfast on January 28, 2014.
Just after 1:30 a.m., firefighters with the Sacramento City Fire Department arrived at the Victorian-era home on Q and 13th Streets to find flames shooting through the roof.
Hundreds came out to support the life and legacy of the late California labor leader, Cesar Chavez.
Whether you need a little entertainment while you shop, or are looking to sit down and enjoy a beverage while watching someone who could be the next big thing at an open mic, here is where you will find some of the city’s best street performers and offbeat acts.
If people watching is high on your list of fun things to do, Sacramento is a great place to do it. The Capital, art galleries, sidewalk friendly cafe’s and the general hub-bub of a great […]
New Year’s Eve is a great night to go out, grab a bite and head to a bar or club to ring in the New Year. To ensure a safe and fun night, it’s best […]
Nothing says holidays quite like a house all decked out in twinkly lights and decorations. But when you don’t live near a Clark Griswold type, it can be overwhelming to guess where the best holiday light displays are.
The River City Bank located at 9th and K Streets in Sacramento has been robbed, according to the Sacramento Police Department.
From importing celebrity chefs to combining restaurant local chefs’ talents under a blended theme, themed cook-offs or winery dinners – Sacramento is finding new ways to keep its culinary talents alive.
A task force established by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson is recommending a plan to raise nearly $400 million to build a downtown arena, a key step in the city’s efforts to keep the NBA’s Kings.
The Prohibition-Era Cocktail. What is it you might ask? It’s a cocktail-turned-drinking style that became famous in the 1920’s during prohibition.
Bring new meaning to the term ‘cheap date’ with these five ways to entertain your lovely on a