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EMH Productions presents awarding-winning play ‘Doubt’

Elise Hodge EMH Productions EMH Productions rounds out its fifth year of dynamic theater on intimate Sacramento stages, this time partnering with co-producer Atim Udoffia for “Doubt” by John Patrick Shanley. It will be directed by Sacramento’s Anthony D’Juan. This 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play mesmerized audiences on Broadway, while the 2009 film […]

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Lynne Edwards captures the American frontier

Gold Country Artists Gallery News release Wild horses, beautiful and majestic, are a symbol of the American frontier, the uninhabited spaces and the distant past. Lynne Edwards, a photographer at Gold Country Artists Gallery in Placerville, captures stunning images of these captivating animals. According to Edwards, about half of the wild horses in the United […]

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Cantare Chorale announces holiday schedule

Cantare Chorale News release The Cantare Chorale of the Sierra Foothills will perform “Peace Love and Joy” regionally this holiday season at the Capitol Rotunda in Sacramento during the lunch hour on Friday, Dec. 9; at St. Stephens Lutheran Church, 1001 Olson Lane in El Dorado Hills, on Saturday, Dec. 10; and at the Placerville Church […]

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American Century can’t stop that giving feeling

American Century Championship Tahoe News release The 2016 American Century Championship “Can’t Stop the Feeling” of giving continues to support area nonprofits as the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority distributed $51,984 among 20 organizations through funds raised during the annual celebrity golf tournament. The announcement and check presentations were made at the organization’s Nov. 10 board […]

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Sacramento Harvest Festival to showcase handmade goodies

The Sacramento Harvest Festival, known as the largest indoor arts and crafts show on the West Coast, will arrive at Cal Expo, 1600 Exposition Drive in Sacramento, on Nov. 18-20, for a full weekend of shopping, live entertainment and family fun. The Harvest Festival showcases more than 24,000 unique items that are all handmade and […]

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Exhibit features colors and patterns

California State Unversity, Sacramento News release A blend of lustrous colors mixes with striking patterns in Luminous Rhythm, a free exhibit by California State University, Sacramento alumnus Mark Emerson at the University’s Robert Else Gallery. The collection of acrylic and watercolor pieces will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 9. A special reception and […]

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Sacramento Valley Chorus is ‘Open Before Christmas’

Nancy Maass Sacramento Valley Chorus An afternoon of holiday cheer, music and joy gets underway with the  Sacramento Valley Chorus at 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 13.  “Open Before Christmas” will be staged at the Sunrise Community Church, 8321 Greenback Lane in Fair Oaks. The show marks the  inaugural event in the chorus’ Make Mine Music […]

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