Thursday, April 18, 2019

Arts & Culture Blog



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,...
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...
Elyse Sharp

Born to Act

Ever envied those people who always knew exactly what they wanted to be when they grew up? Elyse Sharp is one of those people. Now 28, she’s...
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...
The Nutcracker

“The Nutcracker”

Sacramento Ballet’s all-new production choreographed by its new artistic director Amy Seiwert, with several performances set to live music with Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra. Dec. 9-Dec....
Jake Shimabukuro

Jake Shimabukuro

The renowned ukulele player released his new album, “The Greatest Day,” in August, so expect to hear new material along with Shimabukuro classics such...
Ice Cube

V101 Holiday Jam

This concert boasts an all-star lineup of throwback hip-hop and R&B artists: Ice Cube, who is widely regarded as one of the best rappers...
Daniel Tosh

Daniel Tosh

Get ready to be offended by Daniel Tosh, veteran standup comedian and host of Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0.” The show contains mature content, of course. Dec. 6....
LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes

The multiplatinum-selling recording artist swings into Folsom on her Christmas tour. Known for her hit songs such as “How Do I Live” and “Can’t...

A Jewish Tradition for 25 Years

The state capitol’s 11-foot-tall menorah made its first appearance on Nov. 27, 1994. In this Sacramento Bee photo from that year, Chabad of Sacramento’s...


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