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Apr 13, 2015


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Visit Sutter’s Fort for a Unique Tour Group Experience

Apr 13, 2015
Visit Sutter’s Fort for a Unique Tour Group Experience

When you are arranging your Sacramento group tour, we know that you are looking for deep, unique experiences for your groups. You want to give them experiences that go beyond regular tourism experiences. From special, hands-on tours to special treatmen...

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Game to 100
How not to recover from a business mess

Apr 13, 2015

What do Bonney Plumbing of Sacramento and Rolling Stone magazine have in common? Both businesses have bosses that seem to be tone deaf about how their nasty messes play out in the public eye. Let’s start with Bonney Plumbing, a … Continue reading

Sacramento Homeless
The Hard Times Camping Calamity

The Hard Times Camping Calamity

A supposed NEWS item in the Sacramento News & Report, titled "No silver bullets," on the status of anti-homeless-people laws in the city and efforts to beat them back by self-identified “homeless advocates” is, likely, substantially right with its purported facts, but annoying in the way that SNR near-always is when it...

East Sacramento Preservation
McKinley Park Farmer’s Market

Apr 12, 2015
McKinley Park Farmer’s Market

The East Sacramento Farmer’s Market is a local certified farmer’s market under the trees in McKinley Park.  The Market showcases organic produce, farmstand products, artisan and fair trade crafts. The market is held on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. … Continue reading

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Coffee’s third wave: First Folgers, then Peet’s, now Temple and others

Coffee’s third wave: First Folgers, then Peet’s, now Temple and others

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INGENUITY HAS helped give rise to America’s coffee culture, now a booming $30-billion-a-year industry. More than 60 percent of Americans say they drink coffee, totaling 400 million cups per day. Coffeehouses and cafes now surpass fast-food restaurants in their growth. The first wave of coffee began in the Gold Rush-era when Folgers Coffee...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Finding the perfect cup of coffee in Grass Valley, Nevada City and Truckee-Tahoe

Finding the perfect cup of coffee in Grass Valley, Nevada City and Truckee-Tahoe

SPECIALTY COFFEE ROASTERS, RETAILERS and coffeehouses are booming in the foothills and Sierra, enhancing our culinary scene, creating new community gathering places and bolstering the region’s economy. Coffeehouses in Grass Valley and Nevada City sell award-winning “third wave” Temple Coffee from Sacramento. On the ski slopes of Northstar at the Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe, Café...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
What’s new: California Distilled Spirits in Auburn and Pizza Bar in Truckee

What’s new: California Distilled Spirits in Auburn and Pizza Bar in Truckee

LOCAL CRAFT DISTILLING California Distilled Spirits of Auburn, founded last year, is the first distillery to (legally) operate in Placer County since Prohibition. We wrote about the startup in our last issue, pointing out that it is available at Corti Bros. and Taylor’s Market in Sacramento, among other places. In the foothills it is available...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Marshmology: the art of making s’mores over an open fire

Marshmology: the art of making s’mores over an open fire

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF marshmology? It is a term used at the Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe and refers to the art of making s’mores over an open fire, a longtime tradition. The first recorded version of the recipe can be found in the publication Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts of 1927. In...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
The Snowball Express

The Snowball Express

IN THE 1930S, VISITORS TRAVELED from the Bay Area and Sacramento to Truckee on Southern Pacific railroad’s “Snowball Express.” Now our magazine calls the internet the “Snowball Express”—to spread the word about our region’s burgeoning food, wine and beer, and music and arts scene, with a “snowballing effect.” This is one reason we also have...

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