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Star Search

It’s a dance audition, sure, but Music Circus choreographer Bob Richard makes his priorities clear. As he runs a group of men through a...

Second Acts

One year ago, Ruth Blank was a high-powered corporate executive, overseeing a company with thousands of employees, hundreds of thousands of customers and millions...

No Laughing Matter

It’s a crying shame, but there’s one in every office: a whiner, a saint and somebody like me, a crier. With 52 years of...

Treasure Hunt

A local designer shows how to shop the Sacramento Antique Faire. Interior designer Karen Calija is an inveterate shopper and a determined bargain hunter....

Knitted Together

Banish from your mind the image of a dowdy old woman sitting alone in a creaking rocking chair, knitting tea cozies out of ugly...

On Second Saturday, Sacramento Opens its Art to the World

Every month, Second Saturday performs a cultural magic act: By combining such popular pastimes as people watching, wine drinking and gallery hopping, it transforms...

Voices Raised

Camaraderie, community, cooperation and, most of all, a shared love of music of all kinds have made choral singing the most popular performing art...

Marisa Gutierrez

So, who says an artist can’t have a head for business? Certainly not Marisa Gutiérrez. “I’ve always been an art-business-salesperson . . . art-business-marketing ,”...

Jackie Schultz

“I was Bigfoot’s love slave. Now I’m pregnant with his baby!” trumpets a framed tabloid headline on the wall in Jackie Schultz’s home office....

Crafting Memories

A Scrapbook Station in Folsom, a dizzying kaleidoscope of colors greets customers. The shop displays themed papers (sports, flowers, playing cards, bears and seasons,...

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