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Clay Nutting and Adam Saake put in long hours at their bustling midtown restaurants LowBrau and the Golden Bear. Again they found the time and money to put on what Nutting calls their "passion project," the Sacramento Electronic Music ...
Black canvas, part 2: Sacramento's David Garibaldi, the internationally known performance painter, seemed to use an unusual amount of purple in the portraits of Michael Jackson and John Lennon that he speed-painted on stage at the rally.
On Saturday night, Sacramento fashion consultant Kari Shipman will dress up to celebrate a TV sitcom that she never saw when it was broadcast, but has become so important to her that it informs her friendships.
Budding actors and film-production hopefuls on Wednesday will get a shot at joining a production. Access Sacramento's 14th "A Place Called Sacramento" filmmaking program will pair screenwriters with actors and crew members to make ...
Friday's opening of "The Great Gatsby" has shone more attention on 1920s fashions and trends than has been seen since the actual Jazz Age. Or at least since "Downton Abbey" entered the '20s in its most recent season.
Interviewing Ira Glass is like listening to him on the radio, only better.
Beneath Baz Luhrmann's extravagantly hassled "The Great Gatsby" lies a great American novel filled with genuine feeling.
Everybody has a favorite Wanda Sykes character.
On Saturday, an Auburn son will bring his hometown an acclaimed documentary and a direct line to helping Haiti.
"Iron Man 3" finds new and refreshing ways to present Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), the billionaire industrialist, incorrigible quipper and wearer of all-flying, all-knowing Iron Man suits.