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SPCA's Doggy Dash

SPCA’s 29th Annual Doggy Dash

Sacramento SPCA’s 29th Annual Doggy Dash is back in person this year! Lace up your sneakers, leash up your pups and join thousands of fellow dog lovers on a tail-waggin’ 2K/5K walk through William...

Yola at Ace of Spades

Nominated for four Grammys in 2020, including best new artist, and two in 2022 for Best Americana and Best American Roots Song, British singer-songwriter Yola continues to defy categorization as she captivates fans with...
Photography Month Sacramento

Photography Month Sacramento

During Photography Month Sacramento, a five-countywide celebration of the photographic arts, discover dozens of photography exhibits at galleries and museums, along with workshops, field trips, receptions and more. Among the offerings: The Humor Around...
Julia Feldman of Sacramento Ballet presents Catalyst

Sacramento Ballet: Catalyst

Sacramento Ballet presents Catalyst, a performance of three works: the world premiere of Jennifer Archibald’s contemporary ballet Soar, George Balanchine’s classical masterpiece Allegro Brillante, and a new ballet by choreographer, Sac Ballet company dancer...
sacramento river cats

Sacramento River Cats Home Opener

The Sacramento River Cats open their season by playing against the Sugar Land (Texas) Space Cowboys at Sutter Health Park on April 5.Spring is in the air, and so are baseballs! The Sacramento River...
heather mcghee

Heather McGhee

The impacts of racism on the U.S. economy cost everyone, not just people of color, says political strategist Heather McGhee. Hear this New York Times best-selling author’s assessment of the economy and her actionable...
tyler the creator

Tyler, The Creator

Controversial, cryptic and wildly creative on multiple fronts, Tyler, The Creator is an acclaimed rapper/musician, producer, director and visual artist. The LA native brings his Call Me If You Get Lost tour to Golden...

At the Crocker: Impressive Impressionists

Opening at Crocker Art Museum on Oct. 2: Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism From the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, an exhibition of 50 iconic works by such celebrated Impressionists as Claude Monet,...
urban cow

Urban Cow Half Marathon

Have you herd? The udderly popular Urban Cow Half Marathon is back, offering in its 17th year races spread out over two days next weekend, Oct. 2–3, so participants have more room to mooove....
elk grove giant pumpkin festival

Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival

This weekend, Oct. 2–3, come out to Elk Grove, where bigger really is better. When it comes to pumpkin contests, size matters—and when it comes to free fall family fun, Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival takes...