Holiday production “A Moving Day” is a fitting adieu to B Street Theatre’s current home. The cast comprises several B Street regulars and a young actor from New Jersey making his B Street debut, and all rise to the challenge of ushering the company off of B Street with a memorable artistic statement.
Standup comedian, New York Times best-selling author, and radio personality Jim Norton will bring his Kneeling Room Only standup tour to The Crest Theatre on Nov 25. Tickets are $35-$85, www.ticketfly.com.
There’s ambition and aptitude behind the food in this restaurant located on an otherwise drab stretch of El Camino. Unfortunately, Serpentine Fox falters with clumsy execution on many dishes and conceptual confusion, its gastropub heart hidden under its loud sports-bar veneer.
The nonprofit Sacramento French Cultural Society was granted a license on Nov. 6 to broadcast from KZAC (97.3 FM), and a Facebook post made Friday gauged audience interest in a French-language radio station.
Sacramento's chapter of Black Lives Matter held a rally on the afternoon of Nov. 18 to protest the removal of a mural featuring the names and faces of black men killed by police in the Sacramento area from the side of the Guild Theater in Oak Park.
Emily ZentnerThe Sacramento Bee
Watch Sacramento Black Lives Matter protest removal Oak Park mural
Watch therapy dogs bring joy to UC Davis students
Internet star Hank the pig does 'yoga' while getting brushed