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Norcal Noisefest Returns October 3-5‏

Norcal Noisefest, Sacramento’s long-running festival of noise and experimental music, returns this weekend (Oct. 3, 4 and 5) with 37 performers, including many local musicians sharing the stage...

Arts

City Council Supports Arts Center

On Tuesday evening, the Sacramento City Council voted to dedicate $5 million to open a performing arts center in Midtown’s Fremont School. Located at 24th and N Street, the school was used as...

Mansion Flats Home Tour
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Mansion Flats Home Tour

On Sunday, September 15, Sacramento Old City Association presents its 38th annual Historic Home Tour in the Manison Flats neighborhood. Each year, SOCA showcases a central city neighborhood, giving...

Town House memories
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Town House memories

The Town House was just one of those bars. Once every couple of years they closed for a few months–according to the rumor mill, due to another ABC violation for selling to a minor. Once a year...

McKinley Village forum on June 8
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McKinley Village forum on June 8

Sacramento Press has carried several stories about the proposed McKinley Village development north of East Sacramento over the past few months. This Saturday, Sacramento Old City Association (SOCA)...

The Great Prune Bear
Community Voice

The Great Prune Bear

During the late 19th and early 20th century, American cities showed their stuff by holding elaborate fairs. They showcased the host city with specially designed fairgrounds and elaborate exhibits...

Sacramento Heritage Dessert Tour
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Sacramento Heritage Dessert Tour

Join Sacramento Heritage, Inc. on Saturday, February 9 for a "Dessert Tour." This two-hour stroll through Midtown Sacramento’s residential and business district will visit...

Where did the downtown population go?
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Where did the downtown population go?

Many who visit downtown Sacramento note that, on evening or weekends, it seems like a ghost town. There is little pedestrian traffic, and most businesses are closed. In some ways, downtown Sacramento...

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