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When and how do you pick the winner?  Most "best of the best" competitions pick a winner every year. However, here at We Want Sacramento our team felt strongly that a LOT can change in a year, so we decided that we would pick a "best of the best" for each month using your votes.  This means at the end of every month our team picks the the business with the most votes and declares them the Best of the Best of Sacramento!  We then reset all votes to zero for the next month. This way we guarantee that our best of the best are truly the freshest "best of the best" in Sacramento!

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The Story of Sacramento CA
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Sacramento is the capital city of the U.S. state of California and the seat of Sacramento County. It is at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in the northern part of California’s extensive Central Valley. Its the sixth largest city in California, and the thirty fifth biggest city in the United States. Sacramento is the cultural and financial core of the Sacramento area, which includes 7 counties. Its metropolitan area is the 4th biggest in California and is the twenty seventh biggest in the United States.

The earliest area of the city besides Sutter’s Fort is Old Sacramento, which consists of patched streets and lots of historical buildings.

The historical buildings consist of the Lady Adams Structure, constructed by the travelers and ship’s carpenters of the ship Lady Adams. It is the earliest making it through building in Sacramento besides Sutter’s Fort.

Another surviving landmark is the B.F. Hastings structure. Early house of the California Supreme Court and the place of the office of Theodore Judah, it also was the west end of the Pony Express.

There are numerous major theatre places for Sacramento. The Sacramento Convention Center Complex governs both the Community Center Theatre and Memorial Auditorium. The Wells Fargo Pavilion is the most recent addition. Next to that is the McClatchy Main stage which was renovated at the same time the pavilion was developed. The Sacramento Ballet, Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sacramento Opera perform at the Community Center Theater.

Expert theatre is represented in Sacramento by a number of business. California Musical Theatre and its Summer stock theatre, Music Circus, entice many directors, performers, and artists from New york city and Los Angeles to work alongside a big regional staff for their productions at the Wells Fargo Pavilion.

During the fall, winter and spring seasons Broadway Sacramento brings bus and truck tours to the Community Center Theater. At the B Street Theatre, smaller sized and more intimate expert productions are performed as well as a kids’s theatre that will quickly be opening a bigger theatre complex in the heart of midtown. Completing the expert companies is Capital Stage, which resides at its own venue along the J-Street corridor.

The Sacramento location has among the largest collection of neighborhood theatres in California. Some of these consist of the Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre and Playwrights Workshop, Davis Musical Theatre Co, El Dorado Musical Theatre, Runaway Stage Productions, River City Theatre Company, Flying Monkey Productions, The Actor’s Theatre, KOLT Run Productions, Kookaburra Productions, Big Idea Theatre, Celebration Arts, Lambda Player, Light Opera Theatre of Sacramento, Synergy Stage and the historical Eagle Theatre. The Sacramento Shakespeare Festival offers fun entertainment under the stars every summer in William Land Park. Many of these theatres contend every year for the Elly Awards managed by The Sacramento Location Regional Theatre Alliance or SARTA.

The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission is an organization which was developed as the Sacramento arts council to provide numerous arts programs for the area.

Sacramento Second Saturday Art Walk is a program of regional art galleries that remain open into the late evenings every second Saturday of monthly, supplying a special experience for the regional population as well as travelers to see original art and fulfill the artists themselves.

Sacramento has a number of significant museums. The Crocker Art Museum is the earliest public art museum west of the Mississippi River.

Also of interest is the Governor’s Estate State Historic Park, a big Victorian Estate. The Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park, works as the State’s official address for diplomatic and organisation meetings. best zumba sacramento The California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts, home of the California Hall of Fame, is a cultural destination committed to telling the abundant history of the California area.

The California State Railway Museum in Old Sacramento has historical exhibits and live steam locomotives that clients may ride. The California Automobile Museum, located just south of Old Sacramento, is filled with automotive history and cars. On top of this, the Sacramento History Museum, in the center of Old Sacramento, concentrates on the history of Sacramento from the region’s pre-Gold Rush history through the present day.

The Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sacramento Baroque Soloists, the Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra, the Sacramento Youth Symphony, the Sacramento Master Singers, the Sacramento Kid’s Chorus, and the Camellia Symphony each present a full season of performances.

every year, the city hosts the Sammies, the Sacramento Music Awards. Sacramento likewise has a reputation as the hub for Dixieland jazz, because of the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee which is held every Memorial Day weekend.

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A increasing variety of rock, hardcore and metal bands come from the Sacramento area, consisting of Tesla, Deftones, Papa Roach, Will Haven, Trash Talk, Dance Gavin Dance, A Lot Like Birds, Far, CAKE,!!!, Oleander and Steel Breeze; plus some other popular musicians like record manufacturer and recording artist Charlie Peacock, Bob Stubbs of Social Distortion and Craig Chaquico of Jefferson Starship.

Scottish pop band Middle of the Road sung kindly of Sacramento in their 1972 European hit song “Sacramento”. Speculative groups such as Hella, Death Grips, and Tera Melos likewise come out of Sacramento.

Sacramento is home to the Sacramento French Film Festival, a cultural occasion held every year in July that includes U.S. bests of French films and traditional masterpieces of French movie theater and the Sacramento Japanese Film Festival, also kept in July. On top of this, Sacramento is the home of the Trash Film Orgy, a summertime film celebration commemorating the absurd, B-movies, scary, beast, exploitation. Founded in 2007, the Sacramento Horror Film Festival showcases feature length and brief movies in addition to live musical and theatrical performances in the horror and macabre categories.

Of note, Sacramento has been home to different actors, consisting of Eddie Murphy, who lived in the Riverlake neighborhood of Pocket Greenhaven with his then better half Nicole Mitchell Murphy, a style model and Sacramento native.

In 2012, Sacramento started the marketing campaign as “America’s Farm to Fork Capital” due to Sacramento’s lots of restaurants that source their food locally from the many surrounding farms. Sacramento is likewise known for its drink culture, with keystone occasions that include Cal Expo’s Grape and Gourmet, Sacramento Beer Week, and Sacramento Cocktail Week. Sacramento is the home of well-known cookbook authors, Biba Caggiano of Biba’s Restaurant establishment and Mai Pham of Lemongrass and Star Ginger.

Sacramento is home to one major league sports group the Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association.

Sacramento has 3 other professional teams. Sacramento Republic FC started play in April 2014 at Hughes Arena before a sellout crowd. In 2000, AAA minor league baseball returned to Sacramento with the Sacramento River Cats, an affiliate of the San Francisco Giants and previously an affiliate of the Oakland Athletics. The River Cats play in Raley Field, in West Sacramento. The Sacramento Express plays at Bonney Field in the newly formed PRO Rugby competitors which began in 2016.

Sacramento boasts a substantial park system consisting of of many thousands of parkland and recreation centers. The city features a collection of smaller parks in the Downtown districts, consisting of Crocker Park, Pioneer Landing and Southside Park. Popular parks outside the central core include American River Parkway which spans nearly twenty miles along the American River, and William Land Park.

Sacramento hosts some leisure facilities and events. The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail that runs between Old Sacramento and Folsom Lake grants access to the American River Parkway.

The California State Fair is kept in Sacramento each year at the end of the summertime.

To name a few leisure choices in Sacramento is Discovery Park, a big park studded with stands of mature trees and grasslands. This park is located where the American River streams into the Sacramento River.

The City of Sacramento becomes part of Sacramento County.

Sacramento is the home of Sacramento State University, founded as Sacramento State College. The school is located along the American River Parkway a few miles east of downtown.

The Los Rios Community College District consists of several two-year colleges in the Sacramento location. American River College, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento City College, Folsom Lake College, plus a large number of outreach centers for those colleges. Sierra College is on the borders of Sacramento in Rocklin.

University of the Pacific has its Sacramento School in the Oak Park area of Sacramento. The school houses McGeorge School of Law.

The National University Sacramento local school uses bachelor’s and master’s degrees in organisation, education, health-care and mentor credential programs.

The University of San Francisco has among its 4 regional schools in Sacramento.

The private University of Southern California has an extension in downtown Sacramento, called the State Capital Center.

Epic Bible College and the Professional School of Psychology are likewise based in Sacramento.

Western Seminary has one of its four campuses in Sacramento, which opened on the campus of Arcade Church. The Sacramento school offers four master’s degrees, and a range of other graduate-level programs.

Sacramento has a number of private employment schools as well.

The Art Institute of California Sacramento is a branch of The Art Institute of California Los Angeles.

On J Street, there is the Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, a personal, evening-only law school program with a strong legal existence in the region.

The Universal Technical Institute (UTI) is in Sacramento; it provides automotive programs in automobile mechanical, auto body, and diesel.

The Sacramento Public Library system has many branches found in the greater location.

The Sacramento area is served by different public school districts, consisting of the Sacramento City Unified School District, Natomas Unified School District, San Juan Unified School District, Twin Rivers Unified School District, and Elk Grove Unified School District.

Almost all areas south of the American River are served by the Sacramento City Unified School District.

Areas north of the American River are served by the remaining school districts. North Sacramento outside of Natomas and Robla is served by the Twin Rivers Unified School District. The Campus Commons area and the small portions of the Sierra Oaks area that fall into the city of Sacramento are served by the San Juan Unified School District.

While Roman Catholic institutions still dominate the independent school scene in the Sacramento location, Sacramento Country Day School opened and used Sacramento people an independent school that is affiliated with the California Association of Independent Schools. Additionally, the suburb of Fair Oaks hosts the extensive riverside school of the Sacramento Waldorf School.

Shalom School is the only Jewish day school in Sacramento.

Sacramento Adventist Academy is another Christian school in Greater Sacramento.

There is one Islamic school in Sacramento, Masjid Annur, founded in 1988.

The Sacramento Bee, the main paper, was founded in 1857 by James McClatchy.

The Sacramento area is served by several highways and highways. Interstate 80 (I-80) is the significant east-west route, linking Sacramento with San Francisco in the west, and Reno in the east best zumba sacramento. Business 80 (the Capital City Freeway) splits from I-80 in West Sacramento, runs through Sacramento, and then rejoins its parent in the northwest part of the city. U.S. Highway 50 likewise starts its eastern journey in West Sacramento, co-signed with Business 80, however then splits off and heads toward South Lake Tahoe as the El Dorado Highway.

Interstate 5 (I-5) runs though Sacramento, heads north approximately Redding, and after that heads south near the western edge of the California Central Valley towards Los Angeles. California State Highway 99 runs through Sacramento, heading closer to the eastern edge of the Central Valley, connecting to Marysville and Yuba City in the north, and Fresno and Bakersfield in the south. California State Highway 160 approaches the city after running along the Sacramento River from Contra Costa County in the south, and after that ends up being a significant city street in Downtown Sacramento before turning into the North Sacramento Highway, discussing the American River to Business 80.

Some Sacramento communities, such as Downtown Sacramento and Midtown Sacramento are extremely bicycle friendly as are numerous other communities in the area.

Amtrak supplies passenger rail service to the city of Sacramento. The Sacramento Valley Rail Station is on the corner of 5th and I streets near the historic Old Town Sacramento.

Sacramento is the northern terminus of the Amtrak California San Joaquins path which offer direct multiple-frequency traveler rail service to California’s Central Valley as far as Bakersfield.

Sacramento is a stop along Amtrak’s Coast Starlight path which provides picturesque service to Seattle via Klamath Falls and Portland to the north and to Los Angeles via San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara to the south.

Amtrak’s California Zephyr serves Sacramento day-to-day and supplies service to the east serving Reno, Salt Lake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago and intermediate cities.

The Sacramento Valley Rail Station offers various Thruway Motorcoach routes. One path serves the cities of Marysville, Oroville, Chico, Corning, Red Bluff and Redding with additional service to Yreka as well as Medford, Oregon. A 2nd serves the cities of Roseville, Rocklin, Auburn, Colfax, Truckee, Reno and Sparks. The 3rd and last thruway motorcoach path serves Placerville, Lake Tahoe, Stateline Casinos, and Carson City, Nevada.

Sacramento has the second busiest Amtrak station in California and the seventh busiest in the country.

Sacramento International Airport is a public airport northwest of downtown Sacramento, in Sacramento County, California. It is run by Sacramento County.

The city and its residential areas are served by Sacramento Regional Transit District. The Gold Line was extended east as far as the city of Folsom, and more just recently the Blue Line was extended south from Meadowview Rd to Cosumnes River College. Sacramento’s light rail system goes to the Sacramento Valley Rail Station, Cosumnes River College (Sacramento RT) in south Sacramento, and north to Watt/I -80 where I-80 and Business 80 satisfy. There are growth strategies to extend the Green Line to Sacramento International Airport and the Blue Line to the City of Roseville, California through the City of Citrus Heights, California. Also, there is a scheduled street automobile line to link downtown Sacramento with the City of West Sacramento, California. Yolobus offers bus service to West Sacramento and Yolo County.

Cycling is a significantly popular transportation mode in Sacramento, which takes pleasure in a moderate climate and flat surface. Bicycling is particularly common in the older areas of Sacramento’s center, such as Alkali Flat, Midtown, McKinley Park, Land Park, and East Sacramento. Many workers who work downtown commute by bike from rural neighborhoods on a devoted bicycle path on the American River Parkway. Sacramento was designated as a Silver Level Bike Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. The advocacy company Sacramento Area Bike Advocates co-sponsors the Sacramento Area Council of Federal governments’ May is Bike Month campaign.

There is commuter bus service from Yolo County on Yolobus, from Solano County on FAST, on two bus lines from Yuba County’s Yuba Sutter Transit, from Amador Transit’s Sacramento Line, on Placer County Transit’s Auburn to Light Rail Line, and from San Joaquin County on numerous SMART bus lines.

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