Thousands of people got a rare glimpse of locomotive history as Union Pacific Railroad marked its 150th anniversary with a huge event in Old Sacramento.
The next time you shop in downtown Sacramento, you may want to bring a friend as businesses are offering discounts to those who shop together.
There is something for everyone at these festivals featuring arts and crafts, music, entertainment and delicious food.
On Saturday, Karr was patrolling Old Sacramento when nearby employees flagged him down to point out a man throwing things at people.
Sacramento’s best piano bars run the gamut of entertainment, from loud and eccentric, to classy and sophisticated. Head to Midtown and visit an extraordinary mobile piano bar and one-man band, or find an open stool at your favorite local dive bar.
When you’re traveling light on cash, Sacramento’s best budget hotels offer everything from proximity to the perfect place to call home base while you play in the city. These hotels in the Sacramento area offer awesome amenities and rooms that perfectly fit into your travel and vacation budget.
Sacramento Police officers had a couple of colorful encounters on Thursday night, including a run-in with one man painted like the American flag.
Marching, running, dancing or drinking the day away, here are some of the best ways to fill St. Patty’s Day with a pot of gold or at least some four-leaf fun.
Mardi Gras or “Fat Tuesday” celebrates the “Carnival season”. Marking the first day of Lent, it falls the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday; however in Sacramento the parties can start early and run late, so get […]
OLD SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — While revelers rang in the new year with a bang, Old Sacramento businesses were ringing up record profits. “It was a record-breaking night for us,” said Stage Nine Entertainment Store’s Matt […]
ew Year’s Eve in Sacramento has something for everyone—from spectacular fireworks that will make your whole family ooh and ah, to live music, or theater in the form of a musical or play, to the always entertaining go-to family activity of bowling.
Apparently closing time wasn’t quitting time for one guy at an Old Sacramento bar. Calvin Hubbard, 34, snuck into the women’s bathroom at the Coconut Grove Sports Bar and Grill on J Street overnight Wednesday then continued to drink heavily, police said.