Do-it-yourselfer extraordinaire Shelley Wilson loves cruising craft and stores, thrift shops, garage sales and antique fairs for supplies. She says you can make easy, inexpensive and unique presents with “re-purposed buttons, toy soldiers, old maps, fabric, dollhouse furniture and photographs.”
Glittering dragon ornaments, mountain wildflower honey, handcrafted jewelry, fine art, festive mistletoe and spirited zookeepers are all part of the scene at these Sacramento spots for last-minute holiday shopping.
A number of outstanding eateries opened locally during 2014, with sweet and savory offerings sure to please any palate.
Whether for the holidays or for occasions throughout the year, gift baskets can be a perfect way to celebrate while sharing something unique that was created right here in the Sacramento area.
These Sacramento holiday happenings promise to be some of the best in town.
If you want to win the ugly Christmas sweater contest at work, you won’t find what you need here. But these boutiques can definitely get you ready to shine at holiday parties throughout the season.
Sacramento is an exciting place to be, and the eclectic, thriving art community draws people from around the state, country and world.
Here are some of the best hookah lounges in the Sacramento area to check out.
There are many benefits to starting a new tradition by enjoying an excellent restaurant feast on Thanksgiving, so that everyone can be thankful without spending all day in the kitchen.
Read on for one of caterer extraordinaire Katie Chaney’s favorite Thanksgiving desserts.
Teresa Dawson of Over The Top Events uses chalk paint, personal photographs and trips to Sacramento farmers markets to create fun, inexpensive and thoughtful hostess gifts.
Here are some great upcoming classical music performances coming to Sacramento.