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Local Menswear Clothing Brand Timeless Thrills Opens Flagship Store In East Sacramento

After selling their goods online and through other retail outlets, one local clothing company now has a little over 800 square-feet on J Street to call their own. Just this last weekend, Timeless Thrills opened the doors for a soft opening of their flagship store, located at 3714 J Street in East Sacramento. A few […] Read More

HEAR: Sonder to Host EP Release Show at Cafe Colonial • Jan. 22, 2016

Sacramento’s own local quartet Sonder—Chance Taylor (vocals and guitar), Jimmy Haddan (rhythm guitar and vocals), Linda Walker (bass and bird sounds), Spence Haddan (drums)—describe their music as “Acoustic Folk Ska Punk” on their Facebook page. And while the pairing of such disparate musical styles and genres would normally make for a nauseating listen, the band’s […] Read More

TASTE: All Bacon Everything! Fifth Annual Sacramento Bacon Fest Returns! • Jan. 25–31, 2016

Now in its fifth artery-clogging year, the annual Bacon Fest is back. Just when you thought you’d gotten a handle on your diet, the festival’s curators threw a curve ball of epic proportions your way. This year’s festivities include nearly 100 restaurants, bars, cafes, coffeehouses, gelato spots, supermarkets and anywhere else that’ll serve their salt-laden […] Read More

HEAR: Fifth Annual “Irishpalooza” Concert at Harlow’s • Jan. 15, 2016

It isn’t March yet and it’s definitely nowhere near St. Patty’s Day. However, true Irish celebrations don’t operate by a strict calendar. This gathering of local Irish rock bands is sure to please on many fronts whether you enjoy the culture or not. Sacramento’s Whiskey and Stitches open this Friday night party and bring a […] Read More

SEE: Noir Nights Film Festival at Crest Theatre • Jan. 15–16, 2016

Crest Theatre co-owner Yulya Borroum has fiercely devoted herself to keeping much of the venue’s original vibe and aesthetic while keeping a varied calendar. From live music events to guest speakers, comedy gatherings to one-off screenings of older film favorites, it would seem everyone’s favorite K Street destination is doing great justice to the former […] Read More

TOUCH: Get Three Dance Lessons for $1 at The Ballroom of Sacramento’s Dollar Daze Dance Camp! • Jan. 3, 2016

Have four quarters burning a hole in your pocket? For those who have two left feet or abysmal dance skills, the cost of these classes can’t be beat. The folks at the The Ballroom of Sacramento will be opening their doors to the public to teach partner dancing. The first class starts at 1 p.m. […] Read More

HEAR: 16 Parties to Usher In 2016!

From rock concerts, to dance parties, to comedy shows and everything in between, here is your ultimate guide to Sacramento-area New Year’s Eve parties! Read More

With New Ownership, Expect More Live Music and DJ Nights at Pour House

When Bob Shallit of The Sacramento Bee first reported in early October that the Midtown Sacramento bar/restaurant/venue Pour House was being sold (read the article here), we sort of shrugged it off and thought to ourselves something along the lines of, “We sure hope the new owners utilize the stage that’s in there and throw […] Read More

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