Daily List: 3 Freebies and Deals at the California State Fair
The California State Fair kicks off today for a two-and-a-half week run, and there are a couple of deals you may not know about! On the Daily List this morning, see three freebies and near-freebies at the California State Fair!

Today-July 24
Cal Expo
Tickets & More Info: (916) 263-FAIR

A new store in Modesto is sure to offer you a spooky, fun time! They have things like a ghost hunt escape room, oddities, and antiques, and a coffin ride (no really, a casket, turned into a ride!!).

1220 6TH ST. SUITE B

Summer Camp For Adults
Next Camp Date
Aug. 26-28

District By Ten22
From the owners of the hip Old Sac restaurant Ten22, we bring you District! The new coffee and wine bar is opening its doors to customers today!

1022 2nd Street, Sacramento

Dave Nachmanoff
William J. Geery Theater
Sacramento CD Release Concert for “Spinoza’s Dream” – 8 PM (doors 7:30)
2130 L St., Sacramento
Price: $20 adv, $22 door

Just Between Friends Sale
It’s Mel’s favorite four-letter word: SALE!! Get your mind out of the gutter people!!  And this one is SO big moms or mamas-to-be come from all over to grab great deals.

Thursday – Sunday
2300 Mine Shaft Lane, Rancho Cordova

Stanislaus Fair
Another fair’s opening day is today! It’s the Stanislaus County Fair in Turlock! The opening act on the main stage tonight is Rachel Platen, not to mention there is plenty to do for the entire family. Expect to see huge attractions, food, and rides!

900 N. Broadway
Turlock, CA 95380

Spark Food Truck Park
There’s a new food truck park in town, and it’s bringing some *spark* to the Mission District of San Francisco.

601 Mission Bay Boulevard North
Open Monday – Saturday

Bevs & Music North Shore
Barefoot Wine is partnering with a nonprofit that puts on free concerts at Commons Beach in the North Shore of Tahoe. Every Sunday, Tahoe City will feature a different band throughout the summer, right next to the lake.

Manly Minute: Stop Feeling Guilty For This
There are few emotions more complex than guilt. On one hand, this self-policing mechanism can function as social glue, prompting individuals to act in the best interest of the community. On the other hand, it can make you feel miserable for eating an entire bag of pork rinds while bingeing on Netflix. Who’s to say who’s right?
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