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David Sedaris

An Evening With David Sedaris

The humorist’s latest book is “Calypso.” You may know him from his other books, such as “Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls,” or his regular pieces in The New Yorker and on public radio’s “This...
Elton John

Elton John: Farewell Yellow Brick Road

Elton John will be performing at the Golden 1 Center on Jan. 16. This is part of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. The superstar sings hits from his decades-long career. See website for...
bricking bad

Bricking Bad: Art Made From the Iconic Brick

Using LEGO bricks, artist David Tracy (a Sac native) creates striking sculptures, furniture and wall décor. This show will include his 3-by-5-foot panel portraits of Woman Woman based on original DC Comics illustrations. Jan. 3,...
Fizz Champagne and Bubbles Bar

Go For the Bubbly

Just in time for the festive holiday season, FIZZ CHAMPAGNE & BUBBLES BAR has opened in Sacramento’s Downtown Commons. The chic, modern bar serves more than 120 bottles of sparklers and another 12 by the glass....
Downtown Ice Rink

Glide into Winter

Open through Jan. 21, the Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink, in St. Rose of Lima Park at Seventh and K streets, beckons all who wish for a spin on skates among the holiday lights. Bundle...


Called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker, the San Francisco-based ensemble celebrates its 40th anniversary with a 52-concert tour, featuring Renaissance, jazz and contemporary music. Dec. 18. Tickets $35–$75. Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, 1017...
Nevada City

Nevada City Victorian Christmas

Annual street festival features artisans, food and drink, shops and restaurants open late, period-costumed musicians and carriage rides amid festive holiday decor on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings. Dec. 9-Dec. 23. Free, shuttle $5 (younger...
Arte Extraordinario

“Arte Extraordinario”

See figurative, landscape and abstract works, all by artists who share a heritage of Spanish-speaking cultures in the Americas. Themes include politics, humor, family and religion. Dec. 16–March 24. Admission $6–$12. Crocker Art Museum, 216 O St.; (916)...


Eat Farm to Fork
Eat Farm to Fork