How to Tell the Story of Sacramento
Comstock’s spoke to Visit Sacramento Brand and Community Engagement Director Karlee Cemo-McIntosh about how the organization has taken advantage of new opportunities over the past year.
Head Underground to See the Hidden World of Gold Rush Sacramento
Many visitors to Old Sacramento may not be aware that remnants of
an 1850s gold rush city still exist below the buildings and
The Back Story: The Long Pour
After 124 years in business, Frasinetti Winery continues making and serving its wine
Frasinetti Winery is the oldest family-owned wine producer in the
Sacramento Valley, withstanding the Prohibition and both World
Will Curbside Pickup Survive?
Capital Region restaurant owners weigh the future of curbside
pickup, which kept many businesses afloat during the
Capital Region Golf Courses Are Teed Up for Success
Capital Region golf courses saw a boom last year as the game emerged as the perfect socially distanced activity. Will new players stick around?
Neighborhood Favorite: Amazon Grill
A nonprofit serves Brazilian takeout out of a former school cafeteria
Amazon Grill is operated by the nonprofit Brazilian Center for
Cultural Exchange of Sacramento, which serves as a hub for the
Capital Region’s Brazilian community.
Two Gold Rush Era Hotels Return to Glitz and Glamour
The 169-year-old Holbrooke Hotel in Grass Valley and the 165-year-old National Exchange Hotel in Nevada City are fully restored and experiencing a rebirth.
California Extends Outdoor Dining, To-Go Drinks Through Dec. 31
Even as the state prepares to lift coronavirus restrictions on June 15, some changes such as outdoor dining and to-go drinks will likely remain in many California cities. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced pandemic extensions through Dec. 31.
No Room for Hate
How the pandemic coupled with anti-Asian hate is affecting businesses in the Capital Region
As the pandemic forced businesses across the Capital Region and the country to shut down, there has been an uptick in reports of anti-Asian racism and violence.
Bringing Together an ‘Experience’
Pressed Record Cafe — a combination record store, coffee shop and supper club — finds its home in Sacramento
Pressed Record Cafe co-owners Dean Bardouka, Jon Blunck and James Williams have boldly chosen to specialize in three of Sacramento’s most populated business spaces.