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A Davis institution launches a series of virtual concerts even as school closings hurt its bottom line.
Listeners to a new podcast can join the debate over bands Is there any more serious strain on a friendship than one friend forcing another…
Vegan food can be delicious, and frequent exposure to compassionately-produced meals is likely the best conversion technique available.
Graphic designer and self-proclaimed “Paper Nerd” Heather Klinger has been focusing on greeting cards for half a decade, with holiday cards making up a significant…
Tenzin Yunuen created the rapidly-growing Instagram account @ShopBIPOCSac just in time for the holidays.
“I have to acknowledge that Trump won,” Charles Albright says. “He didn’t just do a mildly successful local band based on the fakeness of celebrity. He rules the world with the fakeness of celebrity.”
The “Holiday Bus” will offer free rides throughout the Sacramento region, giving riders the option to donate their fare to the Food Literacy Center.
Sacramento has flourished in the past decades, with restaurants offering vegan food—desserts, even —that are not just edible but crave-worthy.
Today, Mayor Darrell Steinberg’s Office of Civic Engagement unveiled “Friday Art Break,” a weekly video series intended to keep Sacramentans in touch with the community’s artists while traditional arts venues are shuttered as a part of COVID-19 precautions.
Verge Center for the Arts rolls out online art auction—while rolling with the punches Massiel Bobadilla, development director for Verge Center of the Arts, described…
This summer, when Johanna Bulaong and Maggie St. Vincent decided to reduce food instability in Sacramento, they failed to find businesses willing to partner with their new organization, Sacramento Community Fridges. But the pair spread the word, and homeowners stepped up.
Sacramento’s Allyson Seconds revisits her debut album.
Essay: The COVID-19 pandemic ended live concerts. Live streams just aren’t the same, especially when no one is watching. “I miss live shows” is the…
Sacramento’s B Street Theatre presents a slasher flick, filmed in real time Are you looking for something spooky this week that doesn’t require you to…
There’s a guilt that comes with infotainment rubbernecking, wanting to see the most salacious bits first, wanting the weirdo to get weirder sooner. It’s a human impulse that existed long before The Vow, but it’s tougher knowing that the documentary’s subjects are in the thick of their own healing as they work to help others disentangle themselves from NXIVM.
Sacramento-based duo Weathering had just started practicing regularly with a full band before the pandemic hit. Elinor Carbone and Alex Acuna (formerly of Anxious Arms) and their new lineup hadn’t yet played a show before venues began closing.