Sunrise Mall reopened at 11 a.m. Monday, following revised guidelines issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom last week.
The Men’s Wearhouse location across from Sunrise Mall has shuttered its doors amid parent company, Tailored Brands, filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy earlier this month.
Many family entertainment venues across California have been hard hit by the state’s COVID-19 shutdown orders, and Steve Cook’s Fireside Lanes in Citrus Heights is no exception.
A massive 5,000-square-foot outdoor tent with card tables, air conditioning and water misters opened Monday outside Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights.
The stage is still set for Neil Simon’s The Dinner Party, but there are no guests for the affair since Theater in the Heights suspended performances March 17.
By Mike Hazlip–The Sunrise MarketPlace has announced two more drive-in “Carpool Cinema” showings for the month of August, following an inaugural showing last month. Reserved spots for the screening of Sonic the Hedgehog, the first in the summer series, were snapped up within a day of the announcement according to[Read More…]
Sunrise Rollerland in Citrus Heights is reaching out to the public with an online petition in an effort to convince state officials to allow roller skating facilities to reopen during COVID-19 shut downs.
Donut King, a prominent fixture at the corner of Greenback Lane and San Juan Avenue, has been churning out batch after batch of the sweet morning staple, 24-hours-a-day, for nearly three decades.