Your buddy’s last night out as a single man should be unforgettable. Here are five places in Sacramento to make that happen.
Fireworks are always a hit for the Fourth of July. The sky gets dark, the crowds hold their breath, and then the booms and bursts begin. There are other events on this day that emphasize other things; family, picnics, parades, and just plain, old-fashioned good times are available all over the greater Sacramento area. Here are just a few, with and without the pyrotechnics.
Beer gardens are usually set up with large tables that promote social interaction. Here’s what our area has to offer.
You could feel the excitement in the ballpark a two-time World Series champ Hunter Pence took to the field.
Baseball and math came together for a friendly competition at Raley Field for the 4th annual Fantasy Baseball Math Tournament.
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 River Cats have agreed to a deal to be the Triple-A affiliate for the San Francisco Giants, according to the Sacramento Bee. A’s fans may be ticked off and longtime River Cats supporters may […]
Nick Ahmed hit a go-ahead, two-out single for the Reno Aces in the top of the 10th inning, scoring Mike Freeman.
Overcoming its once bad rap, West Sacramento has now blossomed into a popular neighborhood for Sacramento residents.
Mayor Kevin Johnson and representatives from the USL Pro’s Sacramento Republic FC met with MLS officials in Portland during the league’s all-star weekend events.
It was lights, camera action, as CBS Sports Network announcers were calling the play-by-play. They called Raley Field one of the most impressive minor-league ballparks they’ve seen.
Superheroes, train robberies, cupcakes and baseball are part of the fun ways to show dad how special he is.