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Have exciting news? Get ready to shout it out in the newsletter. | Photo provided by 6AM City
We’re sharing exciting news with our SACtoday family. We’ve launched a new shoutout section in our newsletter just for you.
We’re offering our most passionate and loyal readers (yep, that’s you) the opportunity to support local journalism through our SACtoday membership program, where you’ll gain exclusive access to have your voice included in the newsletter.
Your voice is valuable, and so are the special moments in your life. Shoutouts allow us to celebrate job promotions, anniversaries, and exciting experiences right here in Sacramento. All you have to do is submit your shoutout, and we will take it from there. Already a SACtoday member? Go ahead and send an email to secure your shoutout now.
Other membership perks include exclusive birthday deals, shoutouts + discounts in our online shop (Six & Main).
In addition to offering membership benefits, we genuinely just love giving you the scoop on the newest restaurants, the coolest events, detailing the city’s history, digging into the latest real estate deals, and keeping you up-to-date on developments around town.
Your membership fee of only $50 will go towards keeping our newsletter hyper-local and supporting our local editors. We’re also donating 10% of memberships annually to a local philanthropic cause.
We can’t thank you enough for your continued readership and support. Ready to take your love for SACtoday to the next level? There’s a shoutout with your name on it waiting for you…
St. Patrick’s Day at the Barn | Friday, Mar. 17 | 5 p.m. | Drake’s: The Barn, 985 Riverfront St., West Sacramento | Free | Join in on the celebration with live music from DJ Eddy and food + drink specials all night long.
Saturday, March 18
Sac Comic-Con 2023 | Saturday, Mar. 18 | 10 a.m. | 1400 J St., Sacramento | $10-$20 | Break out your best cosplay while you browse tons of comics + toys and get a chance to meet some of your favorite stars.
Bad Jovi | Saturday, Mar. 18 | 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. | Opera House Saloon Roseville, 411 Lincoln St., Roseville | $15-$20 | What other cover band plays your favorite hits from both Bad Company and Bon Jovi?
Sunday, March 19
Sacramento Jewish Film Fest | Sunday, Mar. 19 | 10:30 a.m. | Crocker Art Museum, 216 O St., Sacramento | Free | Enjoy a special screening of three films — “The Samuel Project,” “Charlotte,” and “Rose.”
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to place 350 tiny homes in Sacramento as part of a statewide effort to reduce homelessness. The units are expected to be located at Cal Expo, which has previously hosted different shelter programs. (Cap Radio)
The Kings beat the Brooklyn Nets last night 101-96. The 42nd win of the season secures the team’s first winning record since the 2005-06 campaign. (ESPN)
Shred the gnar. Check out these three dudes who surfed the American Riverafter recent storms. The experienced surfers said this is the first time in five years that water levels have been high enough for them to bomb some rad swells — with safety in mind, of course. (Sac Bee)
Get in loser, we’re going shopping. Natomas’s former Barnes and Noble will become a Nordstrom Rack this fall. The 26,000-sqft space has been vacant since January. (Natomas Buzz)
Big Apple Bagels will open its second location later this year in Folsom’s Commonwealth Square. Even though there’s no official opening date set, guests can visit the El Dorado Hills outpost at 2209 Francisco Dr. to get a preview of what’s to come. (Sac Biz Journal)
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$241. That’s the real price of a roundtrip ticket from Boston to Barcelona sold this year via Going — a travel membership that alerts you when flight prices drop. Sign up for a free membership or try an Elite membership for free if you’re interested in business and first class tickets, too.
The Lake Natoma Loop Trail provides stunning views. | Photo by @Opus91
We love spending time on Sac’s hiking trails, and with a two-day break in the rain for today and tomorrow, now is a great time to enjoy the sunshine. Get outside and experiencebreathtaking views — or start planning your next adventure — with some of these local hikes.