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Madeline Ewing

City Editor

Madeline is based in Sacramento, CA, with roots in the Midwest and France. They reported local news for lifestyle magazines, business journals, and broadcast TV. They love to get lost in Sac’s best flea markets and bookstores.

From art galleries to science exhibits, these participating museums will be free to visit Saturday, March 2 + Sunday, March 3.
Revelry Barber and Salon combines barber and cosmetology skills to provide gender-inclusive hair cuts in Sacramento.
Trying to get more involved in Sacramento? Network with these chambers of commerce and get plugged in.
Local organization Speak Out! Sacramento provides safe spaces for the city’s artists and visionaries.
Find your fur-ever friend at one of these animal rescues.
These headliners are bringing their hits to the stage at some of Sacramento’s best venues.
Be prepared for the worst with the best tips from city officials and weather experts.
How to participate in Sacramento’s free art distribution and exchange system.
Ditch the norms with these not-so-traditional events on Valentine’s Day.
These small biz favorites + popular chains are coming to Sacramento International Airport’s food scene.
These treats will hit the sweet spot for your taste buds with candy, baked goods, and more.
This new restaurant has fresh local produce on the menu and food literacy on the brain.
Got a hot new fling? Hoping to spice things up with your longtime partner? We’re here to help plan your next date in the City of Trees.
Named for its 100% aluminum bottle, Element[AL] Wines is reshaping the wine packaging industry.
Choose from a variety of mac bowls, flatbreads, grilled cheeses, and build-your-own options.
Celebrate Lunar New Year in Sacramento with festivals, dances, art, and more.
The end of Dry January + a cold front moving in means now is the perfect time for a crafted cocktail to warm you up.
Art shows, historical demonstrations, festivals, and more come to Sacramento for Black History Month.
Yolo County has a new year-round farmers market on the block.
La Costa Cafe is open and ready for your business — or pleasure.
Support local and snag these confectionery perfections while they last.
Viva Vino celebrates New Mexico wineries with Sacramento enthusiasts.
Remote workers back in office buildings could also have some significant impacts on the Downtown community.
Beat the rainy day blues with these local gems.
Here are the important dates and information you need to know for voting on Tuesday, March 5.
The new center aims to advance the accessibility and sustainability of alternative meats + plant-based protein sources.
Cat lovers won’t want to miss this traveling competition + expo for all things cats + kitties.
You’ll find more than you bargained for at these thrift stores + vintage shops.
The Beam Team really is the dream team this year — but we knew it was just a matter of time.
Here’s a peek at what SacAnime had in store, and what’s next for anime lovers in Sacramento.