The Oct. 29 Showdown at Cache Creek brought prominent boxers and
promoters to the Yolo County casino, which undertook a $200
million expansion during the pandemic.
Gregg Lukenbill has a lifelong, nearly unconditional love
for the city he helped build. Get to know the former Sacramento
Kings owner and his new project to revive a legendary bar.
Vivek Ranadivé sometimes draws the ire of fans and media
criticism for perceived meddling in his team, which hasn’t made
the playoffs in 16 years. But there’s another side to his
story, his work as a leader of one of the highest-valued
businesses in the area and the potential impact he continues to
have on Sacramento.
The night of Oct. 22 — with three college and professional sporting events starting around the same time — was expected to be a memorable night for Sacramento sports fans.
As the chilly night unfolded, those expectations were undoubtedly
The California Capital Airshow hearkens back to the years when
the Capital Region was a hub of aerospace and defense
manufacturing. After pandemic losses, the event broke records in
2021 and is set to continue its rise.
With his nonprofit Just Us United, Mister Harriel strives to
increase opportunities for Sacramento’s underserved youth to
Thanks to the popularity of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race,” which featured
former Sacramento Ballet dancer Rex Wheeler as Lady Camden in
season 14, drag has become an increasingly mainstream pastime
with big earning potential — for those at the top. We checked in
with Wheeler and other local queens to learn more about drag
The team’s improbable run in the U.S. Open Cup against better-funded teams is evidence of the team’s ascending trajectory. Will it help their chances of gaining a place in Major League Soccer?
Sports organizations like the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Republic FC are linking with nonprofits to launch community sports programs that empower youth with life skills and STEM education.
Reflecting on the many chapters of the building best known as
ARCO Arena, its farewell event and what’s next for the Natomas