Brian Crall’s Comedy Spot in the MARRS building at 20th and J streets sits firmly in the heart of midtown, which for some has become the heart of it all.

The nighttime fun ride benefits youth programs of the Society for the Blind and other charities.

Goldfield Trading Post, a new saloon-themed music venue that was scheduled to open Friday night in midtown Sacramento, postponed its debut, citing construction delays.

Celebrities expert Michael Yo headlines four shows at Punch Line Sacramento.

Stand-up comic kept going as life piled on the pain

Zepparella, the all-female Led Zeppelin tribute band profiled in Friday's Ticket section of The Sacramento Bee, has postponed a show scheduled for tonight at Harlow's nightclub in Sacramento, citing illness.

Todd Barry to perform at midtown club.

We all know the stereotypical New Year’s Eve partygoer: sparking-wine glass in one hand, noisemaker in mouth, cruising quickly toward a Jan. 1 hangover.

The decidedly middle-aged crowd queuing up to the Assembly box office at 10th and K streets Tuesday night tossed conventional wisdom out of the window. For those who think older people won’t come downtown, or venture out midweek, evidence to the contrary was several bodies deep. A healthy audience of 40- and 50-somethings packed the club to see “American Idol” sensation Crystal Bowersox.

A homecoming show brings them to the Palms Playhouse.

Creepy things come out at night around Halloween time. So do revelers seeking drink specials, live music or perhaps a movie to go with their zombie or sexy-cop costumes.

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