The last weekend of the festival featured a concert series at Capitol Mall headlined by Japanese Breakfast and Gregory Porter and featured a few local bands.
The 17th annual event gives art lovers an opportunity to tour
hundreds of artists’ spaces and connect with them in their
With “Dissect,” Cole Cuchna goes deep into his favorite
music albums, cultivating curiosity in others. Now nine
seasons in, he’s found success with a Spotify partnership
and a talk at TEDxBerkeley.
As lead organizer of WAL’s First Friday events, the collage
artist is focusing less on the “party” aspect and more
on the artists and their work.
Northern California School of the Arts provides holistic and professional theater arts training programs, supporting young artists from diverse communities to create, express and participate in theater arts educational opportunities.
Reflecting on the many chapters of the building best known as
ARCO Arena, its farewell event and what’s next for the Natomas
A new mural project at Tahoe Elementary School
is demonstrating the school’s dedication to art
education and transforming students’ learning spaces.
Sacramento’s jazz community gathered at Torch Club recently to play their annual memorial jam to honor Johnny “Guitar” Knox. The fundraiser raised money for the Sacramento Blues Society Hall of Fame.
In 2020, many forecasters predicted a stalling of style, but like
many mindsets that shifted during COVID-19, fashion too was just
One of the hottest style statements you can make in Sacramento is — get this — a shirt that says “Sacramento.”