Tag Archives: Midtown

Danish immigrant has rich musical resume

Henrik Hansen is shown leading a musical performance last March. Photo courtesy of Henrik Hansen Editor’s Note: This is part two of a two-part series pertaining to the Capital Contemporary Orchestra and its Danish conductor Henrik Jul Hansen. Danish immigrant

A Classical Revolution brings chamber music to the masses

A grassroots movement is turning cafes, clothing boutiques and street art festivals into lowbrow chamber music venues. Called a Classical Revolution, this group of volunteer musicians meet and sight-read pieces together all in an effort to provide more exposure of

Remembering Carmichael’s “Taj Mahal” executive mansion

When Californians refer to the “governor’s mansion,” they are generally speaking about the Second Empire Italianate-style Victorian mansion on 16th Street, along the old Highway 40. But at times, some of these references are directed toward the historic Stanford Mansion

City’s first Jewish cemetery was located in today’s East Sacramento

The East Sacramento/midtown Sacramento area is undoubtedly one of the most historic sections of the city, considering that this area is home to Sutter’s Fort, the site of the 1839 settlement, which predates the founding of the city of Sacramento

Golden 1 donates $5,000 to River City Food Bank in wake of devastating fire

SACRAMENTO – The Golden 1 Credit Union announced today that they will present River City Food Bank in midtown Sacramento with a check for $5,000, following the devastating fire that damaged both the organization’s building and its stockpile of food.

Sacramento ‘Midtown Trick or Treat’ is Oct. 30

Annual Midtown Trick or Treat The Midtown Business Association and Midtown Merchants are happy to once again host “Midtown Trick or Treat” to take place on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visit participating businesses for tasty

State Indian Museum at Sutter’s Fort to close

Sitting in his office at the California State Indian Museum last week, Rob Wood spoke about the current California Indian Heritage Center project, which would eliminate the necessity of the longtime East Sacramento museum on the grounds of Sutter’s Fort.

Now open for business: Sugar Plum Vegan Cafe

There are several reasons people choose to go vegan. Some are driven to it due to food allergies; others do it to stay away from processed foods; and some just think it’s wrong to use animals as a food source.

November 19, 2015 Edition Within the boundaries of the East Sacramento News are Midtown Sacramento, an up-and-coming center for economic and residential activity; the McKinley Park and Fabulous Forties neighborhoods, homes and homeowners so famous they have been featured in major

November 26, 2015 Edition The Land Park News markets to one of the most influential neighborhoods in Sacramento. Land Park residents are many of the Sacramento regions’ opinion makers and business leaders. Also among the readers of this publication is Curtis