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Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival Celebrates Heritage and Culture Celebrate National APA Heritage Month at the historic Guild Theater in Oak Park

Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival The signature event of the Sacramento Asian Pacific Cultural Village, the Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival (SAPFF) serves alongside a continuum of events and programming in support of traditional and contemporary Asian and Pacific Islander

Gunther’s Ice Cream to celebrate 75th anniversary May 16

Gunther’s Ice Cream parlor at 2801 Franklin Blvd. is shown in this 1949 photograph. Photo courtesy of Rick and Marlena Klopp Gunther’s Ice Cream, one of the city’s iconic, old-time businesses, will host a celebration of its 75th anniversary with

Jeff Harris continues the Pops in the Park tradition

Pops In Park Photo courtesy of Mumbo Gumbo Shown here from left to right are members of Mumbo Gumbo: Reggy Marks, Jon Wood, Steve Stizzo, Chris Webster, Rick Lotter, Tracy Walton, Mike Palmer. Picture courtesy John Skinner band Shown from

Inaugural Mega Family Expo drew hundreds to the Elks Lodge, No. 6

The area’s youngest fashionistas strutted their stuff at the largest family event of the year held at the Elks Lodge, No. 6 on Saturday, April 12. There were more than 100 local, regional, and national companies that provide products and

Tickets now on sale for the 40th Sacred Heart Holiday Home Tour

One of Northern California’s most loved holiday home tours returns this December with five elegantly decorated homes in East Sacramento’s historic Fabulous Forties neighborhood. For 40 years, this popular tour has grown to include nearly 5,000 patrons from throughout northern

Pocket Martial Arts School Featured August 10 at Sacramento Banana Festival

Students and faculty of iYa Taekwondo will perform an on-stage demonstration of martial arts skills Saturday, August 10, at the 4th Annual Sacramento Banana Festival. The performance will take place from 4:30- 5:00 pm. at the festival’s Teen Zone Stage.

California State Fair begins 17-day run July 12

For many decades, the California State Fair has been known as a well attended event that offers something for everyone. And this year’s edition of the fair is no different. The buzz regarding the fair, which begins tomorrow, Friday, July

Janey Way Memories #99: Rocking and Rolling at the Teen Fair

In 1964, the managers of the old State Fair on Stockton Boulevard came up with a novel idea.  They decided to stage a fair within the Fair, just for teenagers, called the Teen Fair.  In the American entrepreneurial spirit, they

McClatchy HS Seniors Look to Promote Literacy with Bound Together Libraries

McClatchy High School seniors Allison Yamamoto and JasMin Khoe needed to come up with an idea for their senior project. As they both had a far-reaching love books and libraries, they decided to do a project to promote literacy. Yamamoto

Pocket-Greenhaven library held 2nd annual spring after-hours celebration

On Saturday, April 27, the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library celebrated spring with its second annual spring after-hours celebration. The event was open only to the Friends of the Library. The event featured books, food, wine, art, music and fun. The