Looking for retro prints, vintage dresses, concert tees, tailored suits, fedoras, one-of-a-kind jewelry or even a hand-sewn dress from the 1900s? The search can be satisfied right in the heart of Midtown and downtown Sacramento. Vintage shops and boutiques pepper the city, and shop owners are constantly on the lookout for interesting, in-style and hard-to-find secondhand or even generations-old pieces to reintroduce to the public. The Sacramento Press searched the streets of Midtown and downtown to round up some of the vintage stores offering unique, vintage goods and fashions. Crimson and Clover 1617 16th St. 442-1800 Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday noon - 8 p.
The Sacramento Press is all about providing an outlet for everyone in the community. We hit the street recently to get people's opinions about The Railyards. This week's questions: 1. What do you think is going into The Railyards? 2. What would you like to see go into The Railyards? Steve Cagle, 52 Host, KVMR 89.5 FM's Blues Spectrum Woodlake Neighborhood 1. "I thought it was going to be a downtown residential and commercial area with shops and lofts, town homes, little shops and cafes." 2. "Anywhere there's an open space, you're going to see transient people and/or homeless. People on the go with nowhere to go. You can push them other places just so far, until there's nowhere to pu