Tag Archives: Carmichael

Chautauqua Playhouse presents Jerry Herman’s ‘Showtune’

Chautauqua Playhouse, in association with Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom, is now showing “Showtune” , a musical revue conceived by Paul Gilger and featuring the songs of Broadway composer Jerry Herman  at the Playhouse.  The show will run on Fridays

Mid-Century Modern enthusiast discusses Land Park home tour highlights

Architectural design is a subject I don’t know a whole lot about. I ain’t gonna lie. But I know cool Mid-Century Modern when I see it. “Hey, look at that cool building!” I always just called it “retro” or “old

East Sac’s Knott’s Pharmacy has relocated to Carmichael

Knott’s Pharmacy, an East Sac presence on J Street for more than 75 years, has moved its operations to Coyle Avenue in Carmichael as of Jan. 15. But worry not, faithful Knott’s customers, owner Steve Dokimos stresses that it’s business

Jesuit Soccer #1 in Nation

Year in and year out the varsity soccer team at Carmichael’s Jesuit High School is top notch. Some are absolutely dominant, others are just really good. The 2012 version fell into the former category. The Marauders finished the season a

Former East Sacramento resident Louis F. Breuner played essential roles in East Lawn’s establishment, Breuner’s store

Editor’s Note: This is part seven in a series about the rich history of and associated with East Sacramento’s award-winning East Lawn Memorial Park. In the history of Sacramento, one of the most recognized surnames is Breuner. And had it

Carmichael Park pool: 1955-2013

Editor’s Note: This is part one of a series regarding the old Carmichael Park pool, which was recently demolished. Carmichael Park’s public swimming pool, which provided recreation and relief from the summer heat for thousands upon thousands of people for

How the arts enrich Arden/Carmichael area schools

When is the last time you heard math students singing a popular song as a class during a fraction lesson? Or building an ancient city out of clay during history class? These are just a few ways teachers in San

Del Dayo and Fulton-El Camino Youth soccer clubs draw hundreds of kids to the sport

Many of us played soccer as youths, whether it was because we showed a genuine interest, a particular knack for the game, or (more likely) our parents just wanted us out of the house in the afternoons. Luckily for local

‘Where the Wild Things Are’: An open juried art show to benefit the Effie Yeaw Nature Center

“Painting Where the Wild Things Are”, an open juried art show at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center benefiting the Effie Yeaw Nature Center. May 7-25, 2013. Regional artists will submit paintings, sculpture and textile art of the American River Parkway

Fundraising Event for the Carmichael Elks Charities

A Free Electronic Waste Drop off will be held March 9. Participants won’t even have to get out of their cars. On site shredding will be done by Shred-It for $5 a box donation requested. Elks National Foundation’s mission is