The Steinberg Review November 24 – November 30
Every week we highlight important news around the greater Sacramento region.
The Crocker Holiday Artisan Market brought big crowds to the Scottish Rite Center this weekend. Every year, dozens of local artists come together at the center on H Street to sell their handcrafted gifts.
Capital Public Radio: Sacramento To Keep Winter Shelter Open Through December — But It Could Close In 2019
Sacramento City Council will keep the Winter Triage Homeless Shelter open through the end of the year.
Sacramento Business Journal: PHOTOS: Take a tour of The Bank in downtown Sacramento
Beer in the basement, standard weekend cocktails on the main floor and boutique spirits on the mezzanine. That's a handy guide to the three major areas in The Bank, which makes its public debut on Nov. 28.
Four buildings in Sacramento were named to the city's register of historic buildings. The Sacramento City Council voted Tuesday to add the mid-century modern structures, which were built between 1940 and 1970.
Sacramento bicycle officer was spotted taking a break to jam out on a man’s keyboard. The video was posted on Wednesday by the Sacramento Police Department.
Capital Public Radio: Sacramento Company First In California To Enroll In State-Run Retirement Savings Program
California is launching a program for workers whose employers don’t offer retirement plans — and the first business in the state to sign up is from Sacramento. Lorenzo Harris and his wife own a janitorial services business in North Highlands.