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Automobile Museum revs up Sacramento Beer Week

Feast your eyes on classic, vintage and collectible cars while sipping delicious specialty brews and listening to popular 80s tunes during Beer Prom at the California Automobile Museum March 4. Beer Prom is a fun and funky fundraising event that offers a unique way to taste beer in style as guests are encouraged (but not required) […]

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Meander with ‘7 Homeless Mammoths’ at Big Idea Theatre

As part of Big Idea Theatre’s 9th season, Unspeakable, the moving and hilarious dramedy “7 Homeless Mammoths Wander New England” will saunter onto the stage for the Sacramento premier March 4. The play by Madeleine George will run through April 2. The play is set on a northeastern college campus where controversy is brewing over the […]

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B Street Theatre presents family-friendly ‘Frankenstein’

B Street Theatre is staging the world premiere of “Frankenstein,” as an original adaptation of a classic story made fun for all ages as part of the theater group’s Family Series. The production’s cast is comprised of young students of the dramatic arts who are in B Street Theatre’s resident theatre for children. As the first science fiction novel […]

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Story time with Good Day News Anchor Marianne McClary

To the delight of children of all ages, it’s all aboard for a special story time with popular Good Day News Anchor Marianne McClary on Monday, Feb. 29. Beginning at 11 a.m., McClary will read the illustrated children’s book “It’s My Birthday Finally! A Leap Year Story” by Michelle Whitaker Winfrey followed by “Happy Birthday, […]

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Imagine your fun space at Pop-Up Adventure Play Day

Fairytale Town and the Sacramento Play Coalition present a Pop-Up Adventure Play Day at the Maple Neighborhood Center on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The one-day event is free and open for children of all ages and their families. The Pop-Up Adventure Play Day is a public celebration of child-directed play […]

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Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra brings ‘Carmina Burana’ back to Sacramento

The Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra, pictured here performing “Carmina Burana” at Carnegie Hall in 2003, brought audiences to their feet with their moving performance. Courtesy photo

Three standing ovations followed a 2003 performance by the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra after their East Coast debut of “Carmina Burana” at Carnegie Hall in New York. One review of the show read: “The SCSO owns ‘Carmina Burana.’” The 2003 tour included not only the performance at Carnegie Hall, but back at home in Sacramento’s […]

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“Love and Baseball” swings for the fences at B Street Theatre

A filmmaker who sees life as a metaphor for baseball stumbles upon a woman who has just gone through a breakup. The couple decides to swing for the fences, seeing what happens if they don’t hold back. Against the backdrop of a storied moment in baseball history, two people play the game of love as they navigate […]

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