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07/24/2024

By Helen Harlan It’s 6 p.m. on a Thursday at the Sacramento Turn Verein and it’s hot outside — 110 degrees as Sacramento is still...

07/24/2024

By Tom Scott In recent weeks, California’s legislative leaders came together, worked with the Governor, and agreed to pass much needed reforms to the Private Attorney...

07/23/2024

By Krista Minard In East Sacramento, on a narrow avenue of small, single-story homes, a transformation is underway. An 82-year-old bungalow is becoming the new...

07/22/2024

In late June, a Sacramento County Judge ruled that the California Department of Water Resources, or DWR, had to suspend its efforts to conduct geotechnical...

07/22/2024

California young adults probe the conflict between bots and humans in their podcast “The Creative Code.” By Yuri Nagano, Capital & Main This story is...

07/19/2024

By Scott Thomas Anderson Sometimes my fellow Gen X-ers lament Sacramento losing the uniquely eccentric vibe that defined it in the 1990s and early 2000s,...

07/18/2024

Expensive per-minute fees make calls unaffordable for many migrant detainees, who can earn as little as $1 a day working in ICE facilities. By Kate...

07/18/2024

By Steve Martarano Sacramento’s newest outdoor music venue wasn’t deterred from making a successful debut with an all-day emo-pop music festival, despite the 110-plus degree...

07/18/2024

By Ken Magri Once a week, UC Davis students, many of them medical majors, team up with an attending physician to offer free medical services...

07/17/2024

By Jennifer Junghans In California, nearly 4,000 native plant and animal species depend on the state’s freshwater ecosystems. Trout, salmon and smelt run the rivers...

07/17/2024

Growing resistance to book banning signals diminished public support for censorship. By Nancy Kranich People have challenged books for centuries. But following the pandemic, newly...

07/16/2024

By Cristian Gonzalez Josh P. performs a live version of his song “Diego” for the July installment of Hangout Gigs, a monthly series featuring Sacramento-based...

07/16/2024

By Jennifer Junghans For many middle-class and affluent communities with resources, political power and representation, a day at the local park among mature trees, a...

07/15/2024

By Hannah Ross As Sacramento looks to build a more sustainable and inclusive economy, in part thanks to an influx of state funding set to...

07/12/2024

Store diverts waste from landfills with little shop of wonders By Russell Nichols Everything — and everyone — that comes through the doors of the...

07/11/2024

Cherished radio station will still move, but to a space more suitable for critics By Casey Rafter The scent of dust and decaying adhesive fills...

07/11/2024

By Dave Kempa The flash of paparazzi cameras. The flash of lightning. The flash of a knife. In “Julius Caesar 1922,” the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival...

07/10/2024

By Lisa Thibodeau Sacramento is gaining a new live music venue called Channel 24 from Another Planet Entertainment, the producers of Outside Lands, which should...

07/10/2024

By Casey Rafter Writer Aaron Carnes fights for the music he believes in. It’s a very niche genre and a necessary fight. His tactics come...

07/09/2024

Four decades and four-hundred miles of space had separated Richard Moore from the Roseville alcove where Madeline Garcia was savagely killed in 1984. On Monday,...

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