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Lisa Loeb

B Street Offers Music, Too?

When B Street Theatre moved and reopened at the larger, more sophisticated Sofia last February, it gained more than square footage: It also became a music venue. The new, state-of-the-art complex on Capitol Avenue...
Amanda Gray

All About the Song

Is Amanda Gray a singer/song writer, or a songwriter/singer? To hear her tell it, the latter may be more apropos. “I’m a songwriter foremost, a singer next,” says Gray, 33. “I love storytellers—people who can...

Shaking Up Shakespeare

It will be Shakespeare with a twist when Shelby Saumier plays the title role in “Henry V” at the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival July 6–29. Much to her own surprise, the 24-year-old actress will portray...

Broadway and Back

For longtime Music Circus trumpeter Larry Lunetta, life in the pit is anything but. “When I sit down in the pit, I think, ‘Oh boy . . . I get to sit here for the...

Plays Well With Others

Being a talented musician is a beautiful thing, but Casey Lipka has an even more impressive gift: humility. During our phone interview, the 30-year-old bassist/vocalist/songwriter never mentions she’s opened for world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma,...

Focusing on California

Is 2018 Angelo Esquivel’s year or what? Not only did the local photographer/artist/graphic designer just land a new job at the Yolo Arts Council; Esquivel’s captivating photographs are being featured as part of  Photography...

Old-School Cool

Todd Morgan is an old soul. At 27, he sports slick-backed hair and retro clothes while passionately pounding out “Great Balls of Fire” or “Big Hunk o’ Love” in the spirit of the ’50s rockers...

Teaching by Example

On Aug. 22, educator-performer Omari Tau’s double life will come head-to-head: It’s both the first day his classes resume at Cosumnes River College (where he’s assistant professor of vocal music) and opening night for...

Shut Up and Don't Dance

You’re at a concert, the band starts playing your favorite song and the guy sitting behind you won’t shut up. What to do?Concert etiquette—especially at rock concerts—can be a messy business, admits talent buyer/concert...

Worldly, but True to Sacramento

She's worked in films with such heavy hitters as John Travolta and Robert Duvall, but Elisabeth Nunziato’s heart belongs to Sacramento. “I’m a hometown girl,” she says. “I love our region.”While the actress/director/producer/voice artist...

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