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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Artist Mark Dean Veca created an interactive, immersive installation at the Crocker Art Museum in June 2017 as part of the Hi-Fructose magazine/"Turn the Page" exhibit that at the museum through September 17, which features works by 51 contemporary artists in a variety of mediums.
A hearing-impaired child visiting Disneyland with the help of Olive Crest, which assists at-risk kids and families, made a strong connection with Minnie and Mickey Mouse, whose use of American Sign Language helped make the child's day even more special.
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John G. Avildsen, who directed "Rocky'' and "The Karate Kid'' -- two dark-horse, underdog favorites that went on to become Hollywood franchises -- died Friday (June 16) at age 81. In this clip from 2014 he remembers the year that 'Rocky' came out in theaters and its success.
Construction is about halfway done on the new B Street Theatre Complex at 27th Street and Capitol Avenue in Sacramento. The $29 million complex will have two stages, a 380-seat venue for children's theater and another 250-seat venue. Theater officials expect to open next February.
Herkimer, a desert tortoise who has emerged over the decades as one of the Sacramento Zoo's most popular residents, chomped on a delightful food treat presented by zoo staff in honor of his 90th birthday on Thursday, June 15, 2017. His birthday coincides with the zoo's 90th anniversary, which will be officially celebrated on Saturday.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg (front-center) joins members of the local arts community and the Sacramento Mandarins drum line in a performance outside the R Street Warehouse Artist Lofts on Wednesday during an event asserting the city's support of its arts and culture scene.