Just a Black guy with big glasses who types erratically into WordPress and yells at the world. Freelance critic and reporter.
It was 2:14 a.m. and I was restless, flipping through YouTube, when I came across a video titled “Police Admit To Killing Innocent Black Man.”
Wheel Lemonade owner Robert Cao’s motto is simple: “Wheel Lemonade. Real Ingredients.”
Meet the riders of Contagious Wheels, a Sacramento-based bike club, and their leader, Carl Crump.
Meatloaf is one of those dishes that stands on its own; combine it with grilled, Parmesan-crusted sourdough, and you have a recipe for a certified food coma.
Anatolia is quiet today, free of the hundreds of Pokémon Go fiends who clogged the Rancho Cordova suburb’s streets last month hunting a rare character: Dratini, which evolves into Dragonite, one of the strongest Pokémon in a popular game that has led to everything from fender benders to armed robberies in the Sacramento area.
To prep for its October grand opening, downtown city officials have scheduled myriad events near the Golden 1 Arena to build up hype. One such happening is Sacramento Sun Fest, a two-day festival that organizers have billed as “the largest outdoor solar power and energy festival” in the region.
While physically impossible, I think Wholehearted Juice Co.’s Superhero ($10 plus a $1 bottle deposit) just got me closer to the stuff of comic book dreams.
Sacramento has a prolific food truck history. Whether it’s Food Truck Mania or lunches parked outside of popular destinations, this city’s mobile food scene is both seen and heard.