John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Resort ¥ Sat 3/27 at 8pm
The Stars of Reno 911
Stand Up Comedy,Improv,Talks/Lectures
Cedric Yarbrough and Carlos Alazraqui from the hit Comedy Central show 'Reno 11' present a fun show that blends standup, improv, audience participation, music and physical comedy, as well as Q&A.
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John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Resort
Philadelphia Phillies manager Larry Bowa walks through the dugout at the start of the game against the Atlanta Braves Thursday, May 27, 2004, in Philadelphia. Bowa returned to manage after going to the hospital with his daughter who was injured in a car accident outside the stadium. (AP Photo/ Rusty Kennedy) AP
Dale Brown, military action author, shown here on the deck of his modest home near the shores of Lake Tahoe, date unknown, is still awed by his own success despite 11 best sellers, a 12th book in the works and a pending movie venture. He writes every book as if it's his first and last chance of being published. (AP Photo/David Hunter) AP
Timothy Busfield of ''Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip,'' poses for photographers during red carpet arrivals at NBC's All Star Party, Saturday, July 22, 2006, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/ Rene Macura) AP
FILE--The Banana Republic chain has begun pulling its ads featuring Colorado Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell after an environmentalist upset with his voting record threatened to organize a boycott. Campbell is shown in this undated file photo. The ads feature the pony-tailed Republican modeling Banana Republic clothes. Alton Dillard, Campbell's spokesman, said officials with The Gap, Banana Republic's parent company, told the senator last week about the boycott threat, but didn't say what they would do. The Denver Post reported that 5-foot-tall signs featuring Campbell were not displayed at Banana Republic stores in Washington. The boycott was the idea of Jonathan Turley, a law professor and environmental activist at George Washington University in Washington. He wrote to the company about Campbell's "extremist" environmental views.(AP photo/John Duricka) AP
Former Jefferson Starship lead guitarist Craig Chaquico
November 3, 2006
Crest Theatre 1013 K St., Sacramento
World Class Productions
** FILE** Joan Didion arrives to the opening night performance of her play titled '"The Year of Magical Thinking'," in New York on March 29, 2007. Didion, the author and essayist best known for her memoir "The Year of Magical Thinking," will receive an honorary National Book Award medal this fall for "Distinguished Contribution to American Letters," the National Book Foundation announced Monday, Sept. 10, 2007. ( AP Photo/ Stuart Ramson) AP
Jackie Greene released his major-label CD, "American Myth," on Macrh 14. The singer-songwriter from Sacramento will be celebrating the CD with a concert on March 24, 2006 at the Empire nightclub in Sacramento, California. He'll be playing his new songs, and old tunes as well, for his longtime local fans.
Sacramento Bee photo/ Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Country singer Lee Greenwood performed in front of students from Greer and Valley Oaks Elementary School's in Galt, California as they celebrated Veteran's Day. November 06, 2008 firstname.lastname@example.org
Filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen ("O Brother, Where Art Thou?") direct the critically acclaimed 1955 comedy, "The Ladykillers." staring Tom Hanks. Sacramento Bee photograph by Jose Luis Villegas March 11, 2004 Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson talks with members of the media about the progress of the talks with the NBA's relocation committee during a press conference at City Hall Friday April 22, 2011. email@example.com
Journalist Lisa Ling was one of the interviewers at the red carpet during the annual California Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010 in Sacramento. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony Lopez, boxing, 1987
ABC2 (12/15/98)BEHIND CLOSED DOORS WITH JOAN LUNDEN, a new one-hour special that takes viewers to places that have traditionally been off-limits, will air THURSDAY, JAN. 7 (10-11 pm, ET) on the ABC Television Network. ABC
Cake lede singer John McCrea sings in Thursday nights concert at Freeborn Hall on the campus of UC Davis in Davis California. October 06, 2011 email@example.com
Alice Miller from Marysville makes her way out of the sand at the sixth hole at the Twelve Bridges LPGA Classic. Picture taken 4/6/96. SACRAMENTO BEE/BRYAN PATRICK Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Molly Ringwald as Charity Hope Valentine in the 2006 Broadway Series presentation of "Sweet Charity" at the Sacramento Community Center Theater, November 1 - 12, 2006. Photo by Craig Schwartz.
Richard Rodriguez 3 (before using, make sure you have the right person since this has no qualifer in the cutline.) Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
PORTRAIT FOR FILE: Roseville native and Olympic swimming superstar and gold medal holder Summer Sanders (cq) appears at Borders Books, Roseville, Sunday afternoon 11 July 1999, to talk about her life and career and to autograph copies of her newly-published book, "Champions Are Raised, Not Born". (to go with story by Joe Davidson) The Sacramento Bee / Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
SECOND Tower Records founder Russ Solomon was on hand Thursday, March 12, 2009 as the 30-foot neon sign above the first Tower Records store on Watt Avenue came down this morning. The sign will be donated to the Sacramento History Museum and eventually will hang in a rock 'n roll exhibit at the museum.
The iconic site, across El Camino Avenue from Country Club Plaza, is where Solomon opened his first free-standing music store in 1960, the so-called Tower North. It launched an empire that by the mid-1990s included more than 200 locations worldwide, from New York to London to Tokyo. Thursday, march 12, 2009. firstname.lastname@example.org
KRT SPORTS STORY SLUGGED: MARK SPITZ KRT FILE PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF USOC (KRT206- July 12) At the 1972 Munich Games, Mark Spitz won seven gold medals, the most ever by an individual at a single Olympics. He set world records in each event. (hew515.34) 1996 (COLOR) KRT