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Jeff Harris continues the Pops in the Park tradition

Pops In Park Photo courtesy of Mumbo Gumbo Shown here from left to right are members of Mumbo Gumbo: Reggy Marks, Jon Wood, Steve Stizzo, Chris Webster, Rick Lotter, Tracy Walton, Mike Palmer. Picture courtesy John Skinner band Shown from

Q and A with Mr. Sacramento, Walt Gray

Popular local TV news anchor Walt Gray could be called Mr. Sacramento. He’s been a TV news fixture in this town covering stories for more than 25 years. On the air and in person he’s friendly, affable, and makes you

OVER THE FENCE: The WPA Rock Garden in Land Park is in jeopardy

Daisy Mah, who has transformed the garden into a Sacramento Shangri-la, is retiring in October. All of the beauty and uniqueness of the WPA Rock Garden is in jeopardy if the City Of Sacramento doesn’t replace Daisy with somebody who

Sacramento’s annual ‘Juneteenth’ celebration comes to William Land Park, June 14-16

Hundreds of attendees will grace the grounds of William Land Park on June 14-16 when the 12th Annual Sacramento Juneteenth Celebration of Freedom comes to town. Also known as Emancipation Day or Freedom Day, Juneteenth is the annual observance of

Buffalo Brewery men were interred at East Lawn Memorial Park

Sacramento has been known as a political city, a city of trees and many other things during a large portion of its existence. And among its greatest achievements was becoming a city of breweries, which included the Buffalo Brewing Company.

New Helvetia Brewing Company open for beer tastings, grand opening in January

Those who like to unwind with a tall, cold one at the end of the day have innumerable locations from which to buy their beer, but none of those places are steeped in Sacramento beer-making history like Land Park’s newly-opened

Sacramento braumeister makes award-winning brews

Many people fantasize about having an endless supply of beer on tap. It’s one of those dreams some seem to have. But for Land Park braumeister Aaron Callahan, the dream has become a reality. He has an endless supply because

Setzer Forest Products: A fixture of the Broadway district since 1927

Editor’s Note: This is the first article in a two-part series regarding the Setzer family’s history in the lumber industry. As the face of the Broadway district has changed throughout the years, no business has been a part of the