“Crazy Rich Asians” inspired red carpet affair at Regal Delta Shores 14

“Crazy Rich Asians” inspired red carpet affair at Regal Delta Shores 14

By Joe Perfecto The late-summer U.S. release of the Warner Bros. film “Crazy Rich Asians”, based on Kevin Kwan’s book of the same name, took countless Asian communities by storm, sparking launch More »

Eclectic Phoenix & Arabeth art exhibit in East Sac at Lion’s Roar Dharma Center

Eclectic Phoenix & Arabeth art exhibit in East Sac at Lion’s Roar Dharma Center

By Monica Stark To kick off its new arts program, Lion’s Roar Dharma Center will present “The Art of Phoenix & Arabeth” on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13. The works More »

Sac Ballet community thanked 30-year leadership of the Cunninghams at William Land Park gathering

Sac Ballet community thanked 30-year leadership of the Cunninghams at William Land Park gathering

By Joe Perfecto For Sacramento Ballet Co-Artistic Directors Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda Cunningham, it’s been a long, storied, highlight-filled career indeed. During their 30 years of leadership, they transformed a small, More »

Historic Trails restaurant building damaged by fire

Historic Trails restaurant building damaged by fire

An early morning fire on July 19 severely damaged the interior of one of the Broadway district’s most notable buildings… More »

The Other Side of Track 7 now open in East Sac

The Other Side of Track 7 now open in East Sac

By Joe Perfecto Track 7 Brewing Co. extended its railway (raleway?) eastward with the July 11 soft opening of “The Other Side,” the latest addition to East Sacramento’s growing brew scene. Located More »

 

Parks and Recreation Commission Volunteer Recognition Night Honors Members

By Jan Dalske There was a special presentation in the City Council Chambers on Thursday, September 6th. It was made by the Parks and Recreation Commission which recognized its Land Park Volunteer Corps members and honored them for their many

Making dreams come true

Former Ravenous Cafe encouraged husband and wife team to open new neighborhood hot spot, Cacio By Joe Perfecto The raven that symbolized a popular Pocket bistro has flown the roost, and a bird of a somewhat different feather has settled

Chinese Community Church to host 35th annual food festival

On Saturday, Oct. 13, the Chinese Community Church will host its 35rd annual Fall Fellowship and Food Festival. The festival attracts a wonderful diversity of people to celebrate Chinese food, live music and entertainment, and activities for kids. This year,

Local business profile: Bloom

The Pocket Greenhaven Community Association’s featured business is Bloom. What follows is a conversation between Devin Lavelle of the PGCA and Bloom’s owner, local flower farmer Amanda Kitaura: Devin Lavelle: We’ve enjoyed the flowers you provided to decorate the Pride

Elks Lodge #6

Elks Grant Award On September 7, 2018 Sacramento #6 awarded a check for $1,500 to the Sacramento Children’s Home Nursery Crisis Center for the purchase of baby food and formula. This money was obtained through a grant from the Elks

Local Transportation Projects at Risk from November Ballot

By Patricia A. Clark Were you caught in the traffic jam on I-5 northbound on the morning of Thursday, August 30th? Alternatively described as a large pothole or disintegrating pavement near Richards Boulevard that damaged 20+ cars, this incident is

“Crazy Rich Asians” inspired red carpet affair at Regal Delta Shores 14

By Joe Perfecto The late-summer U.S. release of the Warner Bros. film “Crazy Rich Asians”, based on Kevin Kwan’s book of the same name, took countless Asian communities by storm, sparking launch parties ranging from small, informal gatherings of friends

Eclectic Phoenix & Arabeth art exhibit in East Sac at Lion’s Roar Dharma Center

By Monica Stark To kick off its new arts program, Lion’s Roar Dharma Center will present “The Art of Phoenix & Arabeth” on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13. The works on display include Buddhist dharma designs, fantastic and

The Siren Presents: Pop Up #1 Sets the Stage of a New Era For Alternative Artists In the Capital City

By Jan Dalske A grand experiment is coming to the neighborhood The plan is to identify “gaps and possibilities” that exist in town. A “venue concept that is rooted in the notion that by propelling local talents to scale together,

Coffee served with tradition in East Sac

By Mitch Barber Is coffee consumption losing its human element? Are we doomed to order espresso beverages via smartphone app, eliminating the need for interaction with anyone once in a café? Certainly not. Coffee houses have been giving communities a