Community News Picks

Editorial picks featuring items that are primarily of interest to smaller neighborhoods/regions or special groups.

Cowtown Eats
Dining News: The Bowl by Bistro 33 Owners On the Move

Aug 18, 2015

Original site site of planned The Bowl restaurant in March 2015. V. Miller Meats, a whole animal butcher, is still on track to open in the building. The Bowl, a planned East Sac restaurant by owners of Bistro 33, the...

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VIDEO: The Fight For Fifteen Continues

Aug 18, 2015
VIDEO: The Fight For Fifteen Continues

As the Fight for $15 continues in Sacramento, Raise the Wage supporters demonstrated that they still feel strongly about raising the minimum wage by forming a rally an hour earlier than the initial meeting. But little did they know that they would have a surprise guest visit.

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Is Soda Bad For You? Coca Cola Says “No”

Is Soda Bad For You? Coca Cola Says “No”

A New York Times article states that Coca Cola is now funding scientists who are saying that the main cause of for obesity is that people don’t exercise as much as they should and that it has doesn’t not have to do with a bad diet. I spoke to some Sacramento residents to get their...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Broderick Midtown Sets Opening Date

Aug 17, 2015

Broderick Restaurant's new midtown outpost is expected to open on Wednesday, reports Sonya Sorich in Sac Biz Journal. Broderick Roadhouse opens its new location in midtown Sacramento this week, filling space vacated by a short-lived Wahoo's Fish Taco o...

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VIDEO: How Quickly Can The Inside Of A Car Rise In Temperature?

Aug 17, 2015
VIDEO: How Quickly Can The Inside Of A Car Rise In Temperature?

On a recent morning in Sacramento, California, it was 73 degrees fahrenheit outside. While that may not sound like a lot, inside a car it could be potentially dangerous to anyone as temperatures can rise very quickly. In this video, we decided to try out how long we could last inside a parked car...

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North Natomas Farmer’s Market Grand Opening

Aug 17, 2015
North Natomas Farmer’s Market Grand Opening

On Friday, August 7th, North Natomas celebrated the grand opening of their farmers market at the North Natomas Regional Park. Although North Natomas already has a farmers market running on Saturday mornings, this is an additional, separate market in a different location. The addition of a second farmer’s market is great for the community...

Cowtown Eats
Chando’s Prep Cook Needs Your Help

Aug 17, 2015

One of our most tenured employees has lost her son, Jesus, in an automobile accident. We are asking for donations to... Posted by Chando's Tacos on Tuesday, August 11, 2015 Lupe, a prep cook at Chando's, tragically lost her son...

Living In Urban Sac
Hyatt Centric Hotel

Proposed Hyatt Centric Hotel at 7th and L streets This Wednesday the Preservation Commission will have a public hearing on this proposed 11-story building with 159 rooms. If approved, the none-historic ...

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Football, Volleyball Headline Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week 2015 Fall Sports Schedule

Aug 17, 2015
Football, Volleyball Headline Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week 2015 Fall Sports Schedule

by Will James Hometown Sports Game of the Week Concurrent with the conclusion of summer vacation and the annual back-to-school blitz onto local area campuses, the commencement of a new fall semester also rings the bell for high school student-athletics preparing to burst upon the scene. This call to action also signals the re-emergence...

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Cowtown Eats
Now Open – Eatuscany Caffe at 1801 L Street

Aug 16, 2015

Eatuscany Caffe soft opened this past Thursday, reports Sactown Mag. In addition to 12 gelato flavors using ingredients like pistachio, chocolate, lemon and watermelon, Eatuscany will offer panini, antipasti, salads and pasta dishes like pesto lasagna,...

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