Category archives for: What To Do

Midtown Councilman Steve Hansen hosting Movie Night in Southside Park

Midtown city councilman Steve Hansen announced Thursday that he will be hosting Movie Night in Southside Park this Saturday and will be showing Madagascar 3 (PG). This looks like a family friendly event with free popcorn, water and juice available for all comers.  It starts at 7 p.m. and runs through 9 p.m., located at […]

We’re back and looking for writers

We’re back! Sac Midtown has been sold and we are active once again. We are currently looking for writers. If you’re interested, message us or comment on this post with your contact information, previous experience and link(s) to your work. Spread the word!

LAUNCH music and fashion festival set to take over Midtown Sacramento

Gone are the days of Midtown/Downtown Sacramento having nothing to do. The most recent example of that is the LAUNCH music and fashion festival that is set to land right on top of the city Thursday and it isn’t letting go until Imagine Dragons takes the stage at 8:50 p.m. on Sunday night. Last night […]

The Mystery Behind Midtown’s Haunted Mansion

By Armando Gonzalez, SacMidtown.com It’s your average Sunday afternoon in the heart of midtown’s Boulevard Park. People are out and about in the neighborhood running, walking and biking by. Yet, something is different about the average day in the neighborhood on my block. As the local midtowners scatter by they all share the same routine—they […]

Taking it to the Streets

By Becky Larson, SacMidtown.com One of the first things people often notice when driving into Midtown is that you always have to watch for people on bikes.  They seem to be everywhere and no matter how cautious you are, you’re bound to run one of them off the side of the road at some point […]

Summer Fun: It’s Not Just For Kids Anymore

By Becky Larson, SacMidtown.com Ah, those summer days when we were kids. Riding our bikes through the neighborhood, swimming all afternoon and playing baseball in the park.  It sometimes seems as we enter into the “real world” of adulthood those long summer days and nights are a thing of the past.  Jobs, family and trying […]

Squawsome!

Christine Cheng, SacMidtown.com As you know, Midtowners love Midtown. But sometimes we just “gotta get away”, sort of like the Southwest Airline commercial. So where do we go when we want to get away? Often times we make the trek to either San Francisco or Tahoe, two very popular destinations within driving distance from Sacramento. […]

Leonti: Back in Sac!

By Nick Leonti, SacMidtown.com I’ve really been enjoying myself recently which explains my inability get regular posts up here on SacMidtown.com. I’m sure you’ve just been twiddling your thumbs waiting for me to come back and tell you some stuff to do in Sacramento. Well, twiddle no more. I’m here for you. Here is some […]

My Week in Midtown – Oct. 27

By Nick Leonti, SacMidtown.com My midtown wanderings took me to the following places this week. Phono Select For those of us who still enjoy the simple pleasure of dropping a needle onto vinyl, Phono Select is an exciting addition to midtown. While its collection of vinyl doesn’t compete with the expansive stacks of Records or […]

Light Rail Prepares for Zombie Onslaught

Zombie enthusiasts are gearing up for the first-ever “Zombie Train” on Friday –  a flashmob on Sacramento Light Rail, capped off by Tainted Love at the Powerhouse Pub. Folsom is hosting its annual “Night of 1,000 Pumpkins,” in which they are soliciting the public’s help to bring 1,000 jack-o-lanterns to its historic Sutter Street. At […]

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