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Aliyah Sidqe

Black Artists Fund Recipient: Aliyah Sidqe

Launched this past summer, the Black Artists Fund has already disbursed two rounds of grants, with more contributions and camaraderie planned for 2021. In...
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It’s Not Too Late To See “The Light”

The B Street Theatre continues its weekly “Re-Imagine” series at 7 p.m. Thursday with a reading of Loy Webb’s “The Light.” The event is...
Jalen Tyre’

Black Artists Fund Recipient: Jalen Tyre’

Launched this past summer, the Black Artists Fund has already disbursed two rounds of grants, with more contributions and camaraderie planned for 2021. In...
opera singer

Enhance the Romance With Opera

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air...  but, alas, so is the coronavirus. If you and your sweetheart are playing it safe...
Joha Harrison

Black Artists Fund Recipient: Joha Harrison

Launched this past summer, the Black Artists Fund has already disbursed two rounds of grants, with more contributions and camaraderie planned for 2021. In...
museum

Celebrate “I ♥ Museum Month”

For many locals, Sacramento’s annual Free Museum Day—usually held the first Saturday in February at museums throughout the region—has become a time-honored tradition, marked in bold on their calendars. Braving chilly weather, unpredictable parking and long...
Jalen Tyre Black Artist Fund

Black Artists Fund

It began with a vision: to build a community of Black artists who collaborate on projects and work together to lift the talents of...
superfest

A Short-Film Salute to Disability Rights

Today is the last day to sign up for the Sacramento Public Library’s disability film festival, Superfest Sacramento.From 5:30 to 7:30 this evening, festival-goers...
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Pet Portraits from Placer

Sydney King has always had a passion and talent for art. From painting rocks as a child to participating in art classes and volunteering at the Children’s...
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Explore Chinese California Stories

Shuttered by the region’s latest coronavirus surge, area museums are continuing to come up with innovative ways to keep their doors open—virtually, anyway!—and engage the public. Case in point: California Museum Live!, a...

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