The Sacramento Bee

The Sacramento Bee Founded in 1857, The Sacramento Bee is the flagship of the 30 daily and almost 50 non-daily newspapers owned by The McClatchy Company. The third-largest newspaper corporation in the country in terms of circulation, McClatchy prints more than 3.2 million papers each day, read by millions more all over the world via a covey of Web sites on the Internet. On February 3, 2007, The McClatchy Company and The Sacramento Bee celebrated their 150th Anniversary. Over the years, McClatchy-owned papers have won hundreds of journalism awards, including 73 Pulitzer Prizes. Of that number, 15 have been coveted Gold Medals for Public Service. The Sacramento Bee is the flagship newspaper of the McClatchy Co . and the largest paper in the region. Its location at 2100 Q St. was once the Buffalo Brewery and its namesake "Scoopy" was designed by Walt Disney. It was awarded its first Pulitzer Prize in 1935 for Public Service. Since that time, The Bee has won numerous awards, including four more Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent for feature photography in 2007. The Bee's circulation area covers the Northern Sacramento Valley and surrounding areas: south to Stockton, north to Redding, east to Reno and west to the San Francisco Bay Area. The Bee is available seven days a week both in print and online (e-edition). Read more: http://guide.sacbee.com/2006/12/04/3/history.html

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Review: Mondavi performance showcases Pat Metheny’s jazz artistry

Guitarist Pat Metheny Tuesday night enveloped a Jackson Hall crowd at the UC Davis Mondavi Center with a generous swath of the bright modern jazz he has mastered.

With his strong, cohesive Unity Group, Metheny touched on tunes from throughout his consistent and sometimes surprising career in a polished two-hour,...

One more day in the 90s for Sacramento before cooler temps

Daytime highs Wednesday afternoon will generally be several degrees cooler in the Sacramento region than on Tuesday.

Guys, cooking isn’t just grilling

Cooking may not be a gender-specific activity, but there are some characteristics that follow stereotypes more often than not (read on before you start to object). At least that’s what Steven Raichlen says – and we tend to agree. He’s the guy who has brought us more grilling books than one would think possible...

The Mailbox: Reader recipe requests

Seeking fresh recipes I was hoping for recipes using fresh produce when it is available at its peak; when it is plentiful and ripe. This would be helpful through the summer months and even into autumn. Any and all recipes are appreciated. Thanks. ...

What’s Cooking: Fresh tomatoes + bread = soup or salad

Jul 15, 2014

The tomatoes are starting to come in.

Short of eating BLT sandwiches every day for a week (Sacramento, we’re looking at you), among the best ways to enjoy these early garden prizes is to combine them with bread in two classics with Mediterranean origins: gazpacho and panzanella. (The first is...

Placer sheriff’s officials warn of telephone scams targeting local residents

Placer County sheriff’s officials warn that telephone scammers are using new tactics in an effort to extract money from local residents.

Yolo supervisors challenge Benicia on crude oil train plans

Yolo supervisors challenge Benicia on crude oil train plans

In a letter to be sent this week, Yolo County officials accuse the city of Benicia of failing to adequately review the potential for oil spills and fires resulting from a plan by the Valero Refining Co. to run two daily trains carrying crude oil throug...

Elk Grove development proposal has strong focus on jobs

Elk Grove development proposal has strong focus on jobs

Elk Grove’s plan to develop acres of open land on the city’s southern edge into a business hub is moving forward.



Placerville police say missing teen threatened suicide

Placerville police say missing teen threatened suicide

Placerville police are asking the community’s help in finding an 18-year-old man who is believed to be suicidal.


Tyler Demars

Birds in peril as Sacramento’s wildlife rescue group faces closure

Birds in peril as Sacramento’s wildlife rescue group faces closure

If the Sacramento Wildlife Care Association’s worst fears come it pass, it will shut down in August. The group raises the possibility that the 1,000 birds it cares for at McClellan Park may have to be euthanized.


Triage assistant Rae Porter-Blackwell exams and prepares to weigh one of black-crowned night...

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