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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...
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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...


This coming Saturday, Oct. 2, join thousands of auto aficionados at CruiseFest on Fulton Avenue, where hundreds of classic and custom cars (including a...
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Live Theater

Live theater is back in Sac, with some familiar places (B Street, Capital Stage, Sacramento Theatre Company) putting some familiar faces back on stage...
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Performing Arts: What’s Opening

Live-performance presenters around the region are tentatively getting their mojo back. With health and safety on everyone’s mind and variants looming in the shadows,...

“Hamilton” at the New Performing Arts Center

When Alexander Hamilton raps, “I’m not throwing away my shot,” the roar you hear from the Sacramento crowd will echo as a sigh of...
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Music Venues

Sacramento’s independent music venues get one shot at reopening. After being closed for more than a year, the venue owners and managers who’ve kept...
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Free Reading by Kate Washington, “Already Toast”

Local author Kate Washington will read from her book, “Already Toast: Caregiving and Burnout in America,” at East Village Bookshop on Friday, Sept. 17,...
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Bravo: Danielle Moné Truitt

An art form such as theater has the power to move you emotionally. It can transport you to another decade, to a bustling big...
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Free Story Time in McKinley Park

Looking for something fun—and free—to do with your littles? East Village Bookshop in East Sacramento hosts story time Monday through Saturday from 10 –11...