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Cassatt String Quartet to perform the 39th Annual Festival of New American Music

The internationally acclaimed,  New York based Cassatt String Quartet will perform as part of the 39th Annual Festival of New American Music on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 8 p.m., at California State University at Sacramento,  Capistrano Concert Hall, CSUS School of


Coy Rene Granderson, Sr. sits in a corner book nook at Sacramento Avid Reader, signing books and visiting with friends and family. He is a large, attractive man with a sunshine smile that lights up as he talks with admirers.

First signature projects underway at Rio Americano, Bella Vista high schools

Rio Americano High School’s band has performed at the Lincoln Center in New York and the Sydney Opera House in Australia. They’ve played before Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and received many distinguished awards. As Rio’s reputation as a top-tier music program

Scientists cycling from SF to New York stop at Cal Middle

UCLA grads Elizabeth Case and Rachel Woods-Robins pedaled onto the California Middle School campus Monday to promote their cross-country journey that they hope will spark conversations about diversity in the science field. While at Cal, the women taught Maria Aguilar’s

Land Park artist’s latest works dedicated to his late father

Sacramento artist Jeff Myers, whose studio is located in Land Park, is presently presenting a solo art exhibition, titled “The Nature of Droids & Machines.” The works of the show are dedicated to his late father, Tom Myers, who was

Featuring Capital Artists Studio Tour artists from East Sacramento, Tahoe Park and River Park

The following East Sacramento area studios will be open on the weekend of Sept. 20-21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. A highlight of this weekend includes painting demonstrations at Patris Studio and Art Gallery, 3460 2nd Ave on both

They write the songs in Land Park

An artist can’t record a song without the words and music of a songwriter, but a catchy ditty with a good hook line can catapult an artist to the top. The recording artist is always on the lookout for THAT

A woman’s drive to make Tahoe Park streets safer

Adelita Espinoza strides quickly through the crosswalk on Broadway and 53rd Street. “Tahoe Park is where I was raised and where my mother brought me home after I was born,” says the attractive, 40-something activist who works intermittently as a

Sacramento area played roles in television pioneering history

Editor’s Note: This is part three in a series about local people connected to the early days of television. In addition to celebrating local people who had roles in the pioneering days of broadcast television, this series also serves as

Introducing Miguel Paz: Pocket sculptor brings his talent and passion to Short Center North and a small Bolivian town

Editor’s note: This is part one of a series about a prominent sculptor from the Pocket area whose work inspires and teaches students locally at the Short Center North and internationally in a small Bolivian town called Huayculi. Inside the