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Sacramento gallery goes wild with art

Sacramento Fine Arts Center has announced the 12th annual Animal House exhibit on display Jan. 3-29. This an international art show of animal-themed works including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and all sorts of other media. The judges, Katherine Lemke Waste, Barbara Schneider and James Radford, have chosen over 100 artworks out of over 300 that were submitted from […]

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‘The Ghosts of Christmas Eve’ tour to rock Golden 1

Paul O’Neill launched a project in 1996 that over the past 20 years has become a critically-acclaimed, multi-platinum, musical powerhouse — the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. The progressive rock group’s record-setting “rock theater” tours sell out venues year after year and they have cemented their status as a must attend, multi-generational, holiday tradition. Now creator, lyricist and composer O’Neill […]

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Joyzu brings joy to SnowGlobe Music Festival

Up and coming dance music duo Joyzu came together when two best friends shared a passion for music. Carson Willms and Quinton Pope wanted to showcase their unique and versatile musical talents to the world. The musicians grew up in El Dorado Hills and they have been changing the sound of dance music through each release. Joyzu’s music […]

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Stop dreaming, Sacramento is guaranteed a ‘White Christmas’

Matt Hessburg California Musical Theater “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas,” the stage adaptation of the beloved classic film, is playing at the Community Center Theater, 1301 L St. in Sacramento, this holiday season, through Jan. 1. This brand-new production of “White Christmas” tells the story of two showbiz buddies putting on a show in a picturesque Vermont […]

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Railroad Museum invites interested volunteers to open house

California State Railroad Museum News release Fascinated by railroading history? Interested in working with trains? California State Parks, the California State Railroad Museum and Old Sacramento State Historic Park are now recruiting adults (18 or older) who are interested in volunteering to help communicate the West’s fascinating heritage of railroading and the California Gold Rush. […]

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California Musical Theatre announces producing artistic director

California Musical Theater News release California Musical Theatre president and CEO Richard Lewis announced that Scott Klier, executive producer and chief operating officer, has become producing artistic director as of Dec. 1. Lewis said that Glenn Casale, CMT’s artistic director since 2009, will transition into the role of artistic consultant and continue to direct shows […]

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Young artists show holiday spirit in creative ways

Some of El Dorado County’s finest young artists participated in this year’s inaugural Village Life Christmas Coloring contest, impressing the judges and letting their creativity shine. Winners were tough to choose as Village Life received dozens of entries in three age categories. After much deliberation the awards went as follows: Ages 6 and younger Mark Dagenais […]

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