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Sac State’s newspaper is discontinuing its print edition and moving everything online | The Sacramento Bee Sacramento State Downtown will be at the ‘heart of everything’ they do New Sacramento State Downtown facility opens on S Street on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 as an anchor institution. New Sacramento State Downtown facility opens on S Street on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 as an anchor institution. Sac State’s newspaper is discontinuing its print edition and moving everything online The State Hornet, Sacramento State’s weekly newspaper, announced Thursday it will be ending its print circulation and moving fully online by the beginning of the next academic year. According to Claire Morgan, the editor in chief of the State Hornet — and an intern at the Sacramento Bee — the move is because of dwindling numbers of people picking up the paper. “There’s not a lot of engagement with our print products,” Morgan said. Last year, the State Hornet won a Pacemaker — an award given by The Associated Press for exceptional journalism. This year, the paper has been nominated for another award. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do. And with a digital subscription, you’ll never miss a local story.
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“I love the vibe of Europe, and I think you can feel it through our food and decor,” Amy said. “We have communal seating tables and sharable dishes, and our extensively trained staff members provide five-star services.” The restaurant, located at 107 E. Hopkins St. in San Marcos, opened in July 2017. Blue Dahlia serves European-inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner items, such as crepes, sharable platters and tartines; the menu also includes desserts, coffee, espresso, wine and locally crafted beer on tap. Customers can enjoy their meals while surrounded by exposed-brick walls, low lighting and patio seating that is meant to give the impression of the narrow streets of ancient European cities. “The building we found for our San Marcos location was just perfect,” Amy said. “We have a beautiful garden courtyard with walls that are the oldest structure in San Marcos, dating back to the 1800s.” The Ramirezes’ efforts to preserve the building did not go unnoticed: The landmarks committee of the Heritage Association of San Marcos annually awards up to four projects in structures at least 75 years old; in 2017 the Ramirezes were honored along with two other property owners. They have also become involved in the community, turning the restaurant’s July 27 anniversary celebration into a benefit for those affected by the July 20 fire that killed five people and left 200 homeless. The San Marcos Blue Dahlia is the third in the region—the first location opened in 2007 in East Austin and the second in 2012 in Westlake—and the Ramirezes are now looking to expand further into events.
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