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Rose Gardens In Sacramento

Description of and background on the Sacramento Historic Rose Garden – located within the Old City Cemetery. The Sacramento Historic Rose Garden is located on approximately two acres within the Old City Cemetery.  The Gold-Rush era cemetery is located at 1000 Broadway. I was unable to attend the annual Sacramento...

Family Fun In Natomas

A relatively new community, Natomas is home to parks and trails, family-friendly eateries and shopping areas, sure to please visitors and locals alike. If you’re hungry, check out its many taquerias and food trucks or head to the La Superior market along Northgate Boulevard to shop for authentic Mexican foods. If...

Sacramento Fireworks Mitigation Task Force Returns

It’s a problem that threatens the safety of our community each year. In the weeks leading up to July 4, the City of Sacramento sees an increase in the use of illegal fireworks. At best, these fireworks can be a noisy nuisance to residents. At worst, they can lead to...

Historic Sierra Gold Mines Worth a Visit

The Sacramento area is rich with history, and a lot of it centers on the California Gold Rush. The city is chock-full of museums and other attractions that highlight that famed period in history. Within Sacramento you can find remnants of the Gold Rush at the Old Sacramento Waterfront, California State...

Shot-out’s To Sacramento In The Michelin Guide

Sacramento's dining scene got a big boost in worldwide recognition as the Michelin Guide released a California-specific guide in June, awarding a star to The Kitchen, Bib Gourmands to Mother, Canon and Frank Fat's, and Michelin Plates to 10 other eateries, but beyond those honors, multiple Sacramento foodie favorites also...

Why Eat Farm-to-Fork In Sacramento

The advent of seasonal, organic and local food is upon us, my friends. With the privilege of California living, I see no other option than to take full advantage. But how is eating seasonal, local and organic food advantageous to us? Why pay more, take more time, leave our hibernation...

Sacramento’s Homeless Census

Sacramento Steps Forward, the non-profit agency that coordinates homeless resources in the region, on Wednesday released its 2019 Point-in-Time Count, a census that measures the number of people experiencing homelessness in Sacramento County on any given night. As you might expect, the news was not great — homelessness has increased...

Keep Your Pets Safe & Sane This 4th July

It’s the busiest time of year for the City of Sacramento’s Front Street Animal Shelter. “Every July, we see a huge influx of animals scared away from their homes and owners by fireworks,” said Bobby Mann, communications director for Front Street. Simple practices can help keep your pets safe on...

Get To Know Arden Arcade

A community of contrasts, Arden Arcade is a mature suburb north of Downtown Sacramento. Its biggest landmarks are the Cal Expo Fairgrounds, the home of the California State Fair and the Sacramento Republic FC, and Arden Fair Mall, which houses numerous national retailers, restaurants and is surrounded by a host of...