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Jan. 30, 2023

Amaryn Olmeda at Harris Center

Get ready to be blown away by violinist Amaryn Olmeda. The 14-yearold prodigy, who hails from Loomis and studies at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, has performed as a soloist with numerous sy...

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Jan. 27, 2023

Explore Sacramento Guest and Relocation Guide 2023

The post Explore Sacramento Guest and Relocation Guide 2023 appeared first on Sacramento Magazine.

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Jan. 27, 2023

The Year of the Rabbit Celebration

Sacramentoโ€™s Chinese New Year Culture Association hosts The Year of the Rabbit Celebration in honor of the Lunar New Year. The all-day fest features traditional Chinese music, song and dance, drag...

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Jan. 27, 2023

A Conversation With Nina Totenberg

Before Nina Totenberg became NPRโ€™s legal affairs correspondent and the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg became an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, the two started having dinners together and f...

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Jan. 26, 2023

Two Live-Theater Treats in Folsom

Weโ€™re not talking summer nights, but Harris Center for the Arts is hopelessly devoted to your entertainment needs as it presents โ€œGrease, The Musicalโ€ Feb. 16โ€“19 in Folsom. The high-spirited, 1950...

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Jan. 25, 2023

Party Time at The Sofia

Pretty up your party clothes and warm up your wallet for the annual Sofia Soirรฉe fundraiser show and afterparty at 7:15 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Midtown performing arts venue (2700 Capitol...

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Jan. 25, 2023

Haggis Is Here

V. Miller Meats, the craft butcher shop in East Sac, has a new meat goody in the case: haggis. In case youโ€™re not familiar with haggis, itโ€™s a sausage-like pudding made of sheepโ€™s heart, liver and...

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Jan. 24, 2023

Artistic License โ€” Lyndsay Burch

Last August, Lyndsay Burch delivered and experienced a night of firsts. Burch was six weeks into her new position as artistic director of The Sofia: Home of B Street. The title is necessarily a mo...

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Jan. 24, 2023

Little Saigon

Nestled between Fruitridge and Florin roads on Stockton Boulevard youโ€™ll find Sacramentoโ€™s Little Saigon. Officially established in 2010, this bustling 2-mile stretch hosts a Vietnamese microcosm ...

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Jan. 24, 2023

Almighty Food Co.

When the hottest eatery in Brooklyn is a place called Slutty Vegan, one thing is for certain: Healthful restaurant food has gotten a major reputational upgrade. Places serving so-called healthy fa...

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Jan. 23, 2023

15 Minutes with Sarah Wasson

Sarah Wasson AGE: 35 DAY JOB: Managing partner at Mulvaneyโ€™s B&L HONORS: Participant in the James Beard Foundationโ€™s Womenโ€™s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Your family has a long history in th...

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Jan. 20, 2023

Good News Wine

If you thought vermouth was merely a bit player in a martini or that sherry is strictly the domain of genteel grandmother types, think again. These fortified wines are seeing a revival of sorts in...

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Jan. 20, 2023

Wellness: Seeing Clearly

Jeff Varrella will not soon forget the burning smell as the laser carved a flap on the surface of his cornea, or the bright, white light that preceded his suddenโ€”though briefโ€”vision loss. But with...

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From SacTown

Jan. 20, 2023

Chow Bella

Willow serves up love, Southern Italian style, with a side of colorful and texture-rich decor. After three tough pandemic-impacted years, the downtown restaurant scene is looking up.

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Jan. 19, 2023

Getaways for Body and Soul

With the new year comes the longing for a reset, a recommitment to self, and a desire to recharge after whatโ€™s often a hectic holiday season. Carve out a little time, whether itโ€™s just for you or ...

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Jan. 19, 2023

Pasta Perfect

Sacramento is weirdly deficient when it comes to Italian restaurants. Aiming to address that shortage is WILLOW, a new restaurant in The Exchange hotel downtown. Willow specializes in southern Ita...

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From SacTown

Jan. 19, 2023

Bring Back the Blue Diamond Almond Tour

The Sacramento Bee, 8/19/82 Page A5 When it comes to making cities fun, there's a name that urban planners use to describe the kinds of projects that bring a place to lifeโ€”civic amenities. They ra...

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Jan. 18, 2023

Few Happy Returns

Phew! We have made it to another new year, and the frenzied spending many of us did during the holiday season is a fading memoryโ€”except perhaps in our credit-card balances. There, the many pleasur...

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From SacTown

Jan. 18, 2023

โ€œBy Any Means Necessary, I Will Keep Being an Artist.โ€

  Mike Henderson is the only one at the $750-a-plate gala wearing blue jeansโ€”and he's the guest of honor. On this late October evening, throngs of art patrons in art-inflected cocktail attire...

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Jan. 17, 2023

Farm Dinners at Park Winters

Park Winters, a historic 1865 inn on the outskirts of Winters, is bringing back its weekly Farm Dinners. The Friday and Saturday night dinners feature a four-course tasting menu in the propertyโ€™s ...

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