The Sacramento Comedy Spot has switched from a for-profit business model to being operated as a non-profit corporation. The theater claims to be Northern California's largest comedy school. They teach and host standup, improv and sketch comedy.
Ed FletcherThe Sacramento Bee
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The Sacramento SPCA's new "swimmer syndrome" puppy, a 5-week-old Labrador named Duckie, cannot stand or walk and will endure several weeks of therapy and love. He's already started making strides, thanks to his love of tug.
Roxy and Chucky are bonded and they can't stop swapping kisses. The two are so bonded that Chucky whines when they're separated. They're waiting to be adopted together into a forever home from the Sacramento County Animal Shelter, 3839 Bradshaw Road.
Front Street Animal Shelter, 2127 Front St. in Sacramento, is overflowing with pets and has free adoptions for adult pets through the end of the year, thanks to three donors: Kim Pacini-Hauch, Matthew Cole and Janet Percevic Rollofson.
Late-night talk show host Stephen Colbert interviewed lead actress Saoirse Ronan on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, about the film "Lady Bird", which is set in Sacramento and directed by native daughter Greta Gerwig. After Ronan heaped praise on Gerwig’s directorial debut, Colbert asked how she kept her natural Irish accent hidden during some of the more challenging scenes.
Sacramento SPCA cat Fluff n' Stuff meets some of the animal shelter's Husky/Shepherd puppies while they were all in for check-ups. Like any self-respecting cat, she immediately took charge. Posted Tuesday, December 5, 2017.
There were over 500 entries in The Sacramento Bee’s 2017 Thanksgiving turkey poster decorating contest. The winning families received cash prizes for their entries, which also appeared in the newspaper on Dec. 6. Thanks to everyone who entered!