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Sacramento’s embarrassing purchase of Koons sculpture is no boost for local art

Sep 26, 2016
Sacramento’s embarrassing purchase of Koons sculpture is no boost for local art

My wife and granddaughter shared in the excitement of this year’s Chalk-It-Up Festival in Sacramento by joining 200 local artists in transforming squares of sidewalk concrete into colorful artwork. The annual event serves as a fundraiser to promote youth art … Continue reading

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McKinley Pond Renovation Update

McKinley Pond Renovation Update

judyEast Sacramento Preservation Board Member Judy McClaver recieved the Good Neighbor Award from Nextdoor.com and was featured in their blog post (below). Although tickled by the award Judy is currently right in the thick of the pond renovation. “The geese have … Continue reading

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Video: Roseville Slips Past Del Campo in Game of the Week

Sep 25, 2016
Video: Roseville Slips Past Del Campo in Game of the Week

Overcoming seven turnovers and taking the final lead in the last 1:49, the Roseville Tigers  held on to defeat Del Campo Cougars 28-24 in a stunning see-saw battle last Friday (Sept. 23, 2016)  on Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week. Access Sacramento’s Will James and Jim Dimino narrate the highlights. A 22-yard pass from...

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A stunning stage play delving into the all-to-brief life of Robert F. Kennedy and a Neighborhood Lost – Sacramento’s Japantown. The filmmaker will join us to discuss his short film premiering at The 17th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival. On Wednesday September 24th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

Sep 24, 2016
A stunning stage play delving into the all-to-brief life of Robert F. Kennedy and a Neighborhood Lost – Sacramento’s Japantown.  The filmmaker will join us to discuss his short film premiering at The 17th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival.  On Wednesday September 24th at 5:00pm on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html

  First up, the actors and crew of a play about Robert F. Kennedy will appear on the show to discuss the final show of CalStages 25th Anniversary season marks the upcoming presidential election with Elly-nominated director Gail Dartez directing Eric Baldwin in California Stage’s stunning new staging of RFK by Jack Holmes opening...

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Weekend Top 10: September 24th – 25th

Weekend Top 10: September 24th – 25th

Listen to children’s book authors and illustrators read on the Mother Goose Stage at the SCHOLARSHARE CHILDREN’S BOOK FESTIVAL. Saturday – Sunday FREE Dress as your favorite character and ice skate at Skatetown’s ROYAL BALL. Friday Be amazed by death-defying stunts at CIRCUS VARGAS. Friday – Sunday See the classic story of CHARLOTTE’S WEB...

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Fall Fun Guide 2016

Fall Fun Guide 2016

We love Fall in Sacramento! Temperatures cool down enough to enjoy the outdoors, sweaters come out of the closet, pumpkin-flavored treats start to pop up everywhere and there are plenty of special events in the pipeline. Our round-up of the best things to do in Sacramento this season will keep your family busy through...

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The point of pie-throwing is to degrade and humiliate the victim

Sep 23, 2016
The point of pie-throwing is to degrade and humiliate the victim

All those folks who think the assault on Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson Wednesday night was lighthearted political theater should reflect on the words of attacker Sean Thompson: “Pie throwing was the least violent action I could take.” Such violence against … Continue reading

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Hail to the mayor

Sep 22, 2016
Hail to the mayor

Way to go, Mayor Johnson. I’m glad you still have the reflexes at 50 to ward off an attacker bent on doing who knows what kind of physical harm to you. I’m sure it was scary to be grabbed by … Continue reading

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Sacramento community hopes to overcome food policy injustices

Sep 21, 2016
Sacramento community hopes to overcome food policy injustices

The Food Policy Council held a roundtable with a group of panelists to inform the public ways to combat public policies that discriminate people of color and the working class through food inequalities.

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Free Health Clinic This Weekend In Oak Park

Sep 21, 2016

This weekend on Sunday, September 25, the Oak Park Neighborhood Association is hosting a free medical and dental clinic at Oak Park Community Center at 3415 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Sacramento.  From  7:00 AM until 5:00 PM later that day, there will be free services which include diabetes screening & education, illness...

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