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Antique Faire Moves to Sleep Train Arena

The monthly outdoor Sacramento Antique Faire is moving temporarily from midtown to Sleep Train Arena during freeway construction.The faire will hold its next event...

Rock Paper Scissors

RO SHAM BEAUX might seem like a funny name for a natural wine bar. But it actually makes perfect sense, according to co-owner Trevor...

Sutter Street Theatre and Chautauqua Playhouse Reopen

Backlit screens have served many an unforeseen purpose these past 14-plus months, including as placeholders for theatergoers who because of the pandemic have not...

Jazz and Bluegrass

If you are itching to hear jazz and bluegrass, put up a modest amount of scratch at two local venues these next two weekends...
Poets Laureate

Poets Laureate

Is poetry undergoing a renaissance? It sure feels like it. In the first two months of 2021 alone, National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman...
Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera

Copland and Williams and the Philharmonic

If you are asked to list American composers of classical music, even if you are not an aficionado of the genre, there is a...
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Music Recommendations from Steph Rodriguez

Steph Rodriguez is an award-winning journalist who has written for Sacramento News & Review, Edible Sacramento, Sacramento Magazine and CapRadio for nearly two decades. Clevers:...
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Music Recommendations from Katie Knipp

Katie Knipp has been an indie blues/Americana performer for almost 25 years, and she’s blessed with soulful vocals and a great ability to mix...
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Zoom Fun: Live Theater

When City Theatre at Sacramento City College was forced to shut down production last March, director Christine Nicholson looked to her art as a...
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Music Recommendations From Justin Nordan

Justin Nordan has been an event producer for years, and for the past eight he has booked talent and produced events for Concerts in...