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At the Market with Big Joe’s BBQ

By at July 1, 2014 | 0 Comment

Big Joe's BBQ

What better way to celebrate the 4th of July than with mouthwatering barbecue ribs, tri-tip, chicken, hot links, or brisket? Well, thanks to Big Joe’s BBQ all our carnivore eating friends can enjoy this summertime favorite at the Roosevelt, Cesar Chavez, and Capitol Mall Farmers Markets. With over fifteen years of industry experience, Big Joe has done it all –

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‘A Chorus Line’ is a Hit!

By at June 27, 2014 | 0 Comment

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The multiple award-winning sensation A Chorus Line is here to kick off Music Circus season! There are only a few days left to enjoy this special show - Sunday is the last day. Featuring music by the brilliant Marvin Hamlisch, this emotional behind-the-scenes look at the Broadway world is a celebration of what it means to be a professional dancer, fervently pursuing

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4th of July Celebrations in Old Sacramento

By at June 26, 2014 | 2 Comments

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The 4th of July celebrates the birth of our nation and what better way to get into the spirit than by heading down to historic Old Sacramento. The best part is you can start the party a day early on July 3rd at Red, White & Brews. More than 15 bars within two blocks will be offering $3 American beers. After tossing back a few cold ones, head over to the waterfront for

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Top 10 Things to Do Before and After Music Circus

By at June 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

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Music Circus is back for its 64th season as a Northern California summer tradition. There are only two shows left this season, so don't delay in getting your tickets (you may purchase tickets here). Left on this season's lineup are Lerner and Loewe’s mystical Brigadoon, and Jerry Herman and Harvey Fierstein’s hilarious La Cage Aux Folles. Here is a list of the

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At the Market with Drewski’s Hot Rod Kitchen

By at June 24, 2014 | 0 Comment

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There is no denying that food trucks are all the rage right now. What’s not to love – they offer gourmet food on the go. Drewski’s has been around for a while now and they’ve gained quite the following. If you’ve ever been to a SactoMoFo event, you know the lines are long and sometimes unbearable. Well, you’re in luck – Drewski’s will be one of the

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Concerts in the Park | Meet the Band: June 27 – Chris Gardner Band, Island of Black & White, Keri Carr Band, The Three Way, Elliot Estes

By at June 23, 2014 | 0 Comment

2014 Concerts in the Park

It's country night! Feel free to rock your cowboy hats and boots this Friday for our headliner - the Chris Gardner Band. Chris Gardner Band  With their country-rock lyrics, soulful harmonies, high energy performances and vulnerability on stage, the Chris Gardner Band always gives their best.   This band has been making its mark opening for major country artists

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‘At the Market’ with Zena Foods

By at June 17, 2014 | 0 Comment

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While everyone dreams of an amazing Mediterranean vacation to see beautiful tropical beaches and try eloquent dishes, not everyone’s wallet obliges to a wanderlust lifestyle. Zena Foods is bringing the flavors and textures you may only find when traveling the Mediterranean, for a much more affordable price! Husband and wife duo, Ahmed and Josie, began their culinary

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Concerts in the Park | Meet the Bands: June 20: Andy Allo | Contra | The Harbor | Delta City Ramblers | Sam I Jam

By at June 16, 2014 | 0 Comment

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Andy Allo Singer, songwriter, and guitarist are just a few words often used to describe Andy Allo.  Andy has been fortunate enough to collaborate with Prince on three of the nine tracks on her sophomore album Superconductor. She has been able to charmingly balance her fierceness with her romantic side, creating multi-layered songs with lyrical depth. Connect with

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‘At The Market” with Krush Burger

By at June 10, 2014 | 0 Comment

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Krush Burger Food Truck Restaurant industry veterans Davin Vculek & Joseph Blanton took a chance and ventured out to an unknown territory. At the time of their debut, food trucks were still relatively new. In 2010, Davin & Joseph started a 1975 food truck in Sacramento. Their concept gained popularity at a rapid rate and they have since grown to have two

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Concerts in the Park | Meet the Bands: June 13 – 7 Seconds | The Secretions | Lonely Kings | Colonel Jimmy & The Blackfish | DJ Roger Carpio

By at June 9, 2014 | 0 Comment

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7 Seconds  The godfather of hardcore punk bands, 7 Seconds is from Reno, Nevada. Since the 1980s, the band has released 15 full-length albums, six extended players and appeared on 13 compilation. The Secretions Since 1991, The Secretions have been a staple of the local punk rock music scene, playing short and fast songs in the vein of bands like The Ramones and

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DSP Releases Website RFP

By at June 6, 2014 | 0 Comment

The Downtown Sacramento Partnership (DSP) released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for website development. DSP is in need of a digital partner to create a new web presence for both consumer and business audiences. See the RFP for full scope of work. Download RFP Download Content Requirements Project Timeline Questions due: 6/13 Proposals due: 

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Where to go and what to do: Father’s Day in Downtown Sac

By at June 5, 2014 | 3 Comments

Andy's Candy Father's Day

Father’s Day is a time to reminisce on all the fond memories you’ve shared with good ol’ dad over the years. There’s no denying men can be stubborn and hard to shop for, so why not treat dad to a special day. We’ve rounded up some of the best activities in downtown Sacramento that you can partake in with your old man. Downtown Happenings There are plenty

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Old Sacramento Infrastructure Updates

By at June 4, 2014 | 0 Comment

The area around Old Sacramento is the focus of several infrastructure projects that will continue to improve the visitor experience in the historic riverfront district.  For those wondering, here’s a partial list of projects: Waterfront Boardwalk:  At nearly three decades old, the city approved funding to rebuild the wooden waterfront boardwalk and the barge that

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DSP Helps Pass Cab Rehab

By at June 4, 2014 | 0 Comment

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By a unanimous vote, the City Council enacted sweeping new regulations of the taxi industry designed to ensure a consistently high-quality experience for consumers. All cab drivers must now accept credit cards, operate with a central dispatch system, dress professionally, pass an exam on basic English and Sacramento geography, and drive cars that are eight years old or

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Sacramento shines at ICSC | 4 takeaways from the retail convention

By at June 4, 2014 | 0 Comment

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Based on response from the annual ICSC convention in May, interest in Downtown Sacramento is at an all time high. The annual International Council of Shopping Centers’ (ICSC) RECon convention in Las Vegas attracts 33,000 developers, real estate brokers, and economic development professionals from around the world to network, share trends, meet retailers, and pen

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POV: Another win for the Central City

By at June 4, 2014 | 0 Comment

Michael Ault

Last Friday, the City of Sacramento reached a settlement with the State’s Department of Finance on the 700 block of K Street, clearing the path for development of this critical block. To say the least, it has been an eventful month for downtown - the culmination of many years of focused dedication to enacting change by both the public and private sectors. Of our

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Downtown Sacramento Partnership
980 9th Street, Suite 400
Sacramento, CA 95814
P: (916) 442-8575
F (916) 442-2053
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