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Weekend Top 10: June 25th – 26th

Weekend Top 10: June 25th – 26th

Help fight childhood cancer with $5 wristbands for unlimited rides at FUNDERLAND. Friday Listen to a live Celtic band, watch a Shakespeare Lite performance and eat all the ice cream you want during A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM & CRYSTAL ICE CREAM FANTASY. Saturday Play games, bounce and enjoy live entertainment at the MEGA FAMILY...

Living In Urban Sac
Ice Blocks Demolition

Future site of Ice Blocks project on R Street, Sacramento After a fire destroyed the bones of the former Crystal Ice Block building last November, developer Heller Pacific is forging ahead with revised plans to develop the three block ...

Sacramento Sidetracks
4th of July Event Roundup 2016

4th of July Event Roundup 2016

Looking for things to do with the family on the 4th of July? Spend Independence Day hanging out at one of these kid-friendly events, neighborhood parades and celebratory festivals. The best part about most of these 4th of July events? You can end the evening with a patriotic bang of dazzling fireworks in the...

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Start Off Your Summer With These Sacramento Events!

Jun 20, 2016
Start Off Your Summer With These Sacramento Events!



Enjoy all-you-can-eat Crystal ice cream with Shakespeare and enchanting fairies this Saturday night! (Photo courtesy of Fairytale Town.)

Looking for things to do this weekend in the region? Sacramento365.com has you covered! Take a look at its Top 6 Events list below to kick off your Sacramento summer!

 

 

 

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Game to 100
Better to develop a new skill than curse the darkness

Jun 20, 2016

“When is the last time you improved at anything?” That question hit home when I read it in a recent New York Times article on aging. Writer Gerald Marzorati clarified that he was talking about improving at a demanding skill … Continue reading

East Sacramento Preservation
New Hiram Johnson Principal

New Hiram Johnson Principal

Before literature and history, there were stories, and in some cultures, even now, stories are the literature and history. Dr. Kal Phan, principal of Hiram Johnson High School, comes from such a culture and has his own story—a tale of … Continue reading

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Elena Macaluso from the Crocker Art Museum and the music of Patty Cake and the Baker’s Men on this week’s LiveWire!

Jun 18, 2016
Elena Macaluso from the Crocker Art Museum and the music of Patty Cake and the Baker’s Men on this week’s LiveWire!

Elena Macaluso joins us to talk about upcoming events and exhibitions at the Crocker Art Museum.  The first public art museum founded in the Western United States, the Crocker Art Museum was established in 1885 and is now one of the leading art museums in California. For More Information About The Crocker Art Museum...

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5 Sacramento Summer Coffees to Cool You Off

Jun 16, 2016
5 Sacramento Summer Coffees to Cool You Off

Sacramento is quickly becoming known for its coffee culture, and while most typically think of coffee as hot, Sacramento coffee bars also serve a host of summer coffees to take the edge off a warm summer day and give that afternoon pick-me-up we all ne...

Living In Urban Sac
Yamanee Midrise Approved Again

Round two of the Yamanee approval saga was a mighty blow to those trying to protect midtown from 14-story midrise. This last stand for preservationist and neighborhood associations ended as it began, with the city standing behind the proposal. The unit...

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Where was God during Orlando massacre?

Jun 15, 2016

Like so many people, I have no explanation for the massacre of 49 people at an Orlando gay nightclub other than that the world can be a rotten place sometimes. I wish those using the tragedy to promote their own … Continue reading

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