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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.

This local coffee + Brazilian food spot finally opened its doors to customers at its new location.
The City of Trees is chock-full of festivities during holiday season — Here’s how we would spend a winter day in Sacramento.
Celebrate National Bartender Day in Sacramento — a behind-the-scenes look at some of the city’s beloved bartenders.
LGBTQ+ history has been made in Sacramento — now the city is wanting to document it.
Some neighborhoods really go all out with their decorations during holiday season, and these are some of our favs.
America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital is the spot for produce year-round, and we’re here to show you how to take advantage of it.
Museums all over Sacramento participate in Museum Store Sunday with discounts + more.
Whether you’re looking for luxury or shabby-chic, Sacramento area is full of special places to stay that break away from the norms.
Food, coffee + Native vendors from all around California.
And Caltrans wants to hear your take on it.
Some tips + tricks to make this holiday season one for the books.
The Beam Team brings holiday cheer to the Sacramento community.
What better spot to get some farm-fresh produce than in America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital?
Community parades, food + more honor veterans and their families in the capital of California.
These bunnies need a furr-ever home, and Only Sunshine Sanctuary is up for the job.
November is National Novel Writing Month. Sharpen those pencils — your New York Times Bestseller may be on the charts soon.
Join the California State Indian Museum in artist demonstrations + more.
Oak Park Brewery releases Alien Tea Strong Ale + features readings from poets.
Say hello to Jordan + Madeline, the faces behind your favorite morning newsletter about all things Sacramento.
Tips and tricks for navigating another rainy season in Sacramento
We may say this every year, but this is really our year.
Slide on over, Orville Thomas is taking the reigns.
If you like your history with a side of spooky, this one’s for you.
Experience hands-on traditions and festivities of Dia de los Muertos.
Costume contests, raffle prizes and adoptable pups — what more could you ask for?
Find your fur-ever friend.