These local shops and boutiques are among the area’s best places to find hot shoes for the cool seasons.
Sacramento museums have exhibits to spark a child’s imagination on everything from restored planes and railcars, outer space and farmers’ markets, engineering, science and dinosaurs.
Sacramento has perfect spots for your one-of-a-kind wedding, whether your taste runs to fairytale romance, modern design, peaceful sanctuaries or the classic ambiance of Tuscany or “Downton Abbey.”
Sacramento’s 2014 fall theater season promises to be very entertaining.
Ball players, professional, casual and local leaguers alike, need a place to hone their batting skills, and these special Sacramento-area places will help them hit it out of the park every time.
Most businesses from major retailers to local boutiques have a web presence, but Sacramento style expert Karri Grant knows it is important to be a savvy shopper.
For the best possible experience, check out the guided tours at these stellar Sacramento museums.
In historic Old Fair Oaks, as well as in the more suburban areas, there are small businesses that have everything you need to find on your shopping list.
Stylist Debra Driggs says that braiding hair is easier than it seems. She offers these suggestions for anyone interested in a quick coiffure that looks great.
Yes, your daughter can certainly get the full “princess” experience in local dance classes. But if your sole image of youth dance lessons is giggly little girls in tiaras and frothy pink tutus, these Sacramento studios will be a real eye-opener.
To truly express your individuality and creativity, you choose items that are made by the hands and hearts of local artisans.
To avoid becoming overwhelmed, consider checking out the art of meditation. Learn the basics at a Sacramento-area meditation center, and you will be ready to soothe and invigorate your soul anywhere you are, even when you only have a moment or two.