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.
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Comedy Spot taking money out of being funny
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Sacramento artist Maren Conrad is painting a mural that spans the back of midtown's MARRS Building during the Wide Open Walls mural event. Conrad said the design is partly an homage to Chinese immigrants who helped build California's railroads.
Sacramento artist Bryan Valenzuela is creating a mural at 1810 28th Street as part of the Wide Open Walls mural event. He said the image is a "tug of war" that reflects the divisiveness of the current national
Red Museum, an underground arts and performance space north of downtown Sacramento, was closed by the city of Sacramento in July 2017 for a variety of code violations. Electricians with the local electrical union volunteered their services to bring the building back up to code, and city officials are confident the space will reopen soon.
In the new comedy "Logan Lucky," brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde Logan (Adam Driver) set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Tatum garnered national attention for the film on August 6, 2017 when he gifted a Kentucky restaurant cook with a brand new motorcycle.
Fox Searchlight Pictures gave us our weekly dose of childhood nostalgia with the first trailer for "Goodbye Christopher Robin." The movie, which opens October 13, 2017, tells the story of how author A.A. Milne, played by Domhnall Gleeson, found the inspiration for the magical world of the Hundred Acre Wood in the hard times following World War I.
This Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6, 2017, Sacramento's Front Street Animal Shelter will have kittens available for adoption at a discounted rate of $20 at their Petco satellite adoption center at 1878 Arden Way. The adoption fee, which can only be paid in cash, includes your kitten's spay or neuter surgery, vaccines and microchip. Here are a few of the more than 200 kittens in search of a new home this weekend. The adoption center will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days.
Sacramento artist Jeff Musser discusses plans for the mural he'll create during the Wide Open Walls festival Aug. 10-20. Musser is standing in front of his painting "Memories of Shanghai that have long since ..." at Beatnik Studios on S Street in Sacramento.
Ursula Xanthe Young is part of Few and Far, a group of female artists who produce murals around the world. Young and two other members will create a mural on a building on Power Inn Road during this year's Wide Open Walls festival.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg speaks at a press conference for this year's Wide Open Walls mural festival. The festival, which runs Aug. 10-20, is expected to feature 50 artists creating 40 new murals.