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Top 10 (Or So) Reasons You Know You’re a Nerd

By Cory Hunt, SacMidtown.com It’s ok to have nerdy interests, but some people take it too far. For example, I have this friend who was at the new Harry Potter movie on its opening day.  She is a 30-year-old lawyer, dressed as Harry down to the scarf and glasses, and actually took the time to […]

Rachel Lesiw, Indulge Beauty Studios to Host Charity Event for Infant Orphans

Indulge Beauty Studio will be offering free portraits in return for dry baby foods Sunday, September 22. The event is being put on in support of South Korean infant orphans involved with a struggling international adoption system. Rachel Lesiw, owner of Indulge Beauty Studios, will be accepting food products such as rice cereals, yogurt puffs, […]

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!

Sacramento City Manager Announces Appointment of Interim Fire Chief Dan Haverty

Sacramento City Manager John Shirey announced today the appointment of Dan Haverty to Interim Fire Chief beginning October 1. Current Fire Chief, Ray Jones, announced his retirement last month after 28 years of service to the City, including the last five years as Chief. “Chief Haverty has the leadership skills and experience to assist the […]

Sacramento Business Journal introduces New App

The Sacramento Business journal introduced an app earlier today. The app will make their content available in apples “newsstand”, making for easy access via iPhone or iPad.   The Business Journal has pushed the idea that this tool will make breaking news more prominent on their website. The app costs $4.99 and boasts a couple […]

Sac State dancers get ready for first Theatre & Dance production of the year

The Sac State website released a preview of their season-opening Theatre & Dance production: “New Moves Dance Collective” According to the report performances are Sept. 11-12 at 6:30 p.m., Sept. 13 at 8 p.m., Sept. 14 at 2 and 8 p.m., and Sept. 15 at 2 p.m., all in Solano Hall Dancespace. “These students have […]

Aftershock music festival to land on Discovery Park week of Sept. 14-15

The Aftershock music festival sponsored by Monster energy drinks is set to go down at Discovery Park on the weekend of September 14-15. It is also sponsored by the Maloof family, former disgraced owners of the Sacramento Kings, by route of their new vodka drink, Zing.  Nothing says ‘yay Sacramento’ like the family that tried […]

Bruski: Labor agreement between Sacramento and Kings another sign downtown arena moving forward

It may be fun for opponents to poke holes in the labor agreement reached between Mayor Kevin Johnson, the Kings and the Sacramento-Sierra Building and Construction Trades Council, which calls for most of the construction and labor jobs for the downtown arena to be filled by union workers, and it may be good for ratings […]

Smosh profiles the top 10 fake Simpsons video games

The guys at Smosh have plenty of fun content but this one struck a chord with this Simpsons fanatic, reminding him of times in college when 20 friends would pile into a five-person living room for the one showing of Simpsons per day on our 30-channel cable plan. Yes, that was only a little over […]

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 […]

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