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Author for All Ages

Sacramento’s Jamie Kain, author of “The Good Sister” and “Instructions for the End of the World,” is a writer of rich stories from a young person’s perspective. “Aside from the fact that I love writing...

Know Your Wildlife: The Raccoon

Raccoons, common in Sacramento, eat everything they get their hands on, may sleep for several days and are known to cause a nuisance. They’re like teenagers trapped in little fuzzy bodies.Although many people think...

Janet Jackson

After a four-year hiatus, the best-selling artist is back to promote her “Unbreakable” album and play old favorites like “All for You” and “That’s the Way Love Goes.” Due to mandatory surgery, Janet Jackson’s...

Harlem Globetrotters

The family’s favorite show is back in town. The Globetrotters bring on their best plays against the Washington Generals in an epic game of dunks, trick shots and incredible athletics.Jan. 17–18 at 2 p.m....

Music: Ethan Bortnick

You may have already seen him on “Oprah,” but now is your chance to see him live. The 15-year-old piano prodigy brings his talent to the Crest Theatre, playing everything from Beatles covers and...

Drive On

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series is the minor league of NASCAR. It’s a chance for drivers, crewmembers and officials to prepare themselves to move up to the major NASCAR series. Drivers, all the way...

Boiling Avenue

Have it Your WayArden-Arcade’s newest neighbor might just be the hottest thing on the block—literally. Open since September, Boiling Avenue specializes in personal Taiwanese hot pots. Traditionally, a hot pot serves a group of people who gather around...

Ukulele Class and Strum-a-Long

Learn how to play the ukulele like the intrument’s Portuguese fathers at ukulele class and strum-a-long at The Strum Shop on Nov. 7.In Hawaiian, “uku” is translated to mean flea and “lele” means jump....

The Song Goes On…

. . . for the Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra, which celebrates its 20th season this fall. Since its founding, the society has dedicated more than 750,000 volunteer hours to enriching the capital region...

Celebration Arts’ Story Time

We listen to music on the radio, see movies at the theater and watch news on the television. Stories are being told all the time. “But what about those who write for fun or...

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