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Articles by Lindsay Oxford
Every Yelp review is the same: “I opened [insert food delivery app of choice] looking for something new, and Vegan Deadly Sins popped up. I had no idea it existed!”
While the in-person gatherings are on hiatus, there are plenty of competitive gaming options out there, says the league’s founder, Jay Gist.
For those who dream of becoming their own boss, sometimes it’s necessity that turns the dream into reality.
Live action role players compete in community food drives “When I’m trying to sell Amtgard to the normies, it’s ‘I go out into the park…
The festival is rolling with the punches, rebranding as Chalk It Up! Around the Town.
“I think originally after we saw Lady Bird, we thought, ‘Let’s make our own film called Manbird’—just kind of a joke where I wandered around the streets of Sacramento or whatever. But then I thought, ‘Wow, gotta make a song out of this.’”
Joshua’s House Hospice, a nonprofit offering hospice care to terminally ill unhoused Sacramentans, will soon receive the proceeds of a unique fundraiser by Sacramento musician Danny Schneider.
Alpha Foods attempts to bridge the gap between comfort food and portability with its line of microwaveable frozen tamales.
This record is—in the best way—not for dancing; it’s for swaying. Or, to make my recommendation hyper-specific to Sacramento, it’s a record to be absorbed while laying on your floor under your wall-unit AC on 100-degree-plus days.