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Exquisite art works from a century of Japanese-American cultural exchange

Karen Christian News release This month the Crocker Art Museum presents JapanAmerica: Points of Contact, 1876-1970, a beautiful and diverse display of nearly 200 works of art and design that have played a role in artistic exchange between the two cultures. Following the “opening” of Japan by the United States Navy in 1853 traveling expositions introduced […]

No Comment / February 15, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Seek out the sweet treats and go for A Chocolate Affair

Remember, way back, when your grandma would open up her kitchen window on an early summer morn and the sheer white curtains would flutter lightly in the same breeze that told your nose she had just baked a fresh batch of cinnamon rolls? Remember, way back, what those glistening rolls looked like as they sat […]

No Comment / February 08, 2017 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Development manager joins Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Dorado County has named Valerie Piotrowski of El Dorado Hills as its new development manager. Piotrowski was the director of foundations and community relations for the Salvation Army, Del Oro Division, and served in the administrations of former California governors George Deukmejian and Pete Wilson as a senior-level communications […]

No Comment / January 31, 2017 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Students premiere animated art at Golden 1 Center

Craig Koscho California State University, Sacramento The new Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento unveiled an exclusive exhibit of multimedia video art in December, created for the arena by students from the art classes of California State University, Sacramento professor Rachel Clarke. It’s just part of the public art contribution being made to the center […]

Comments Off on Students premiere animated art at Golden 1 Center / December 22, 2016 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

Explore the history of California’s iconic grizzly

Bear In Mind: The Story of the California Grizzly, a traveling exhibition chronicling the complex history of the state’s most iconic symbol, the grizzly bear, has arrived at the California Museum. Once common across the state, the huge and powerful grizzly is one of California’s best-known symbols. Through artifacts and ephemera on loan from institutions including […]

Comments Off on Explore the history of California’s iconic grizzly / February 14, 2016 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

McNaughton Newspapers names Esposito COO

Village Life Publisher Richard Esposito has been named chief operations officer for McNaughton Newspapers Inc., the newspaper’s parent company. The appointment was announced Dec. 8 by CEO Foy S. McNaughton and was effective immediately. Esposito will oversee daily operations for all company operations, which include Village Life, the Mountain Democrat, the Daily Republic, The Davis Enterprise, among other […]

Comments Off on McNaughton Newspapers names Esposito COO / December 14, 2015 | Posted in Featured Stories | Read More »

Capital Stage presents new full-length musical

As part of the special programming for the 2015-16 season, “Brave New World,” Capital Stage, 2215 J St. in Sacramento, will present its first full-length musical production “The Behavior of Broadus” by the L.A.-based writing and performing partnership Burglars of Hamm. “The Behavior of Broadus” was recently nominated for nine Ovation Awards and seven L.A. […]

Comments Off on Capital Stage presents new full-length musical / December 13, 2015 | Posted in Entertainment | Read More »

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