30
Jan
2020
Posted by: In: Arts

Capital Stage Excels with World Premiere of ‘Alabaster’

It is a fact, whether freely admitted or not, that we are all broken. None of us are perfect. We are all damaged, whether by the actions of self, others or nature. In “Alabaster,” the National New Play Network rolling world premiere at Capital Stage, that damage takes the form…
20
Jan
2020
Posted by: In: Things to Do

Visit 25+ Museums for Free (!) on Free Museum Day

Free Museum Day is just around the corner! Get ready for complimentary admission to 25+ local museums, coming back to Sacramento on Feb. 1. The popular day is also the kick-off to Sacramento Museum Week (Feb. 2-9) filled with special events, activities and activations at various museums. Note that while…
07
Jan
2020
Posted by: In: Food & Drink

Foodies Rejoice, Dine Downtown is Back!

Sacramento's highly anticipated culinary celebration, Dine Downtown Restaurant Week, returns Friday, January 10 through Monday, January 20, 2020. Renowned as an opportunity for local foodies and visitors to taste the culinary talents of Sacramento's top chefs, Dine Downtown presented by Kaiser Permanente showcases unique, 3-course prix fixe menus for only…
06
Jan
2020
Posted by: In: Sports

What’s Gone Wrong with the Kings?

This week a year ago, the Sacramento Kings had just stunned the Lakers on a thrilling, last second, step back three by Bogdan Bogdanovic over the outstretched arms of 7'1" Tyson Chandler. The game winner improved Sacramento to an impressive and surprising 19-16 record, firmly in the playoff picture, and…
27
Nov
2019
Posted by: In: Sports

Sacramento State’s epic season continues after Causeway Classic win

The 2019 football season is now officially the best ever in the Sacramento State Hornets’ 65-year history, after Saturday’s come-from-behind 27-17 win at Hornet Stadium over rival UC Davis in the annual Causeway Classic. The season isn’t over for the No. 4-ranked Hornets, however, who were co-champions for the first…
18
Apr
2019
Posted by: In: Local News

Runnin’ for Rhett Distributes 1,000 Pairs of Shoes to Sacramento Youth

Continuing a giving tradition, local non-profit Runnin’ for Rhett distributed 1,000 pairs of New Balance shoes to the students in their Youth Fitness Program this past Saturday, April 13. Following a successful weekend, the non-profit organization hopes to raise $40,000 during this…
16
Apr
2019
Posted by: In: Arts

P!nk Soars Into Golden 1 With Her “Beautiful Trauma” Extravaganza

Wow. I could end the review right there, and that would perfectly sum up P!nk’s “Beautiful Trauma” show. But I’ll continue anyway… P!nk made a dazzling entrance in her first headlining concert in Sacramento Wednesday night. As the curtain at the back of the stage fell, P!nk could be seen…
10
Apr
2019
Posted by: In: Sports

Key Takeaways From a Historic Change for the Kings

As the 2018-19 regular season draws to a close, this is typically the time of year when loyal Sacramento Kings fans begin to set their sights on the fast-approaching NBA Draft Lottery and the NBA Draft. But for the first time in well over a decade, these are two time-honored traditions that…
24
Jan
2019
Posted by: In: Arts, Things to Do

24 Museums to Participate in Free Museum Day

With 24 museums offering complimentary admission, the 21st Annual Free Museum Day takes place on Saturday, February 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. New this year, the popular day is also the kick-off to Sacramento Museum Week (February 2-8) filled with special events, activities and activations at various museums. While…
23
Jan
2019
Posted by: In: Arts

The Crocker’s Brand-New Music Series: Global Rhythms

Joining a long history of music and arts series, the Crocker Art Museum is kicking off 2019 with a four-month world music project titled Global Rhythms. In the spirit of our city’s diverse cultural makeup, the Crocker will welcome four special presentations inside the museum’s Setzer Foundation Auditorium, including; an homage to…