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Hear: Brooklyn’s Xeno & Oaklander Live at Le Twist Tuesdays • Aug. 5, 2014

With their always impressive eclectic lineup of touring bands and DJs, Le Twist Tuesdays continues to be a driving force in Sacramento’s creative music scene. On any given Tuesday you can head to the corner of K and 20th Streets to LowBrau and, for free, see top-notch national (and sometimes international) electronic/indie live acts alongside […] Read More

Touch: 25+ Water Features, Slides and Pools at Raging Waters • Now through Sept. 7, 2014

Just because the California State Fair is behind us doesn’t mean that summer fun is over! Don’t forget that Raging Waters at Cal Expo is there for your cooling-down and thrill-seeking needs all the way through early September. Are you into hurling your body down steep things? Great, try out the six-story dual racing slide […] Read More

Taste: Pizza, Pasta and Subs Galore at Festa Italiana! • Aug. 2–3, 2014

Even just thinking the words “Italian food” is enough to make your mouth water and heart flutter. Pizza, fresh pasta and sauces, family, friends, wine, conversations, more wine, romance, more pizza, we could go on! Your chance to celebrate all things Italian is on Saturday, Aug. 2 and Sunday, Aug. 3, at the 29th annual […] Read More

Three More Weeks of Sleazy Gore at Trash Film Orgy!

As you read this, we are smack dab in the middle of Sacramento’s raunchiest, sleaziest film fest. That’s right, you’ve still got three weeks left of Trash Film Orgy, an annual film fest that brings you some of the trashiest, most gory and downright bizarre movies ever made. TFO screens their hand-selected horror films late […] Read More

Midtown’s Newest Country/Rock Bar Goldfield Trading Post Set to Open Aug. 1, 2014

Set in the building that used to house Hamburger Patties at the corner of 17th and J streets, Goldfield Trading Post, Midtown Sacramento’s newest country/rock bar and music venue, is scheduled to host their grand opening the weekend of Aug. 1 and 2, 2014. The building, which has quite a bit of history behind it, […] Read More

See: The San Francisco Mime Troupe “Ripple Effect”

The San Francisco Mime Troupe initiated their “Ripple Effect” tour just a little over two weeks ago. Within that small time frame, the musical satire has already made waves of its own. The free performance, presented by Tony Award-winning “loud-mimes,” focuses on the injustices and hypocrisies surrounding the San Francisco lifestyle. Though the theme focuses […] Read More

Beatnik Studios Celebrates Six-Year Anniversary and Grand Re-opening

For the past six years, Beatnik Studios has played a vital role in Sacramento’s art and music scenes, hosting creative events, throwing rad parties and gallery openings and acting as a crucial link in the arts chain. In August 2013, Beatnik partners Lindsay Calmettes and Wes Davis (both amazing artists/photographers in their own rights and, […] Read More

Local Brother/Sister Duo Connor & Karlee Release Debut Album

You could say that local brother/sister alternative/pop duo Connor and Karlee are doing what they’re meant to do. They’ve been exposed to music their whole lives, learning to play when they were old enough to sit at the piano or their dad’s drum set. Their father worked in the radio business, which gained Connor and […] Read More

See Which Local Bands Got Moves Like Jagger At Old I’s Mick Jagger B-Day Show

Everyone loves a good themed live rock show. You know, where a bunch of local bands come together for a night to pay tribute to iconic artists like Dylan, Elvis, Radiohead and others of the sort. Sometimes you’ll see funny and creative variations like Sacramento’s popular annual Dead Rockstars Show. If you go in with […] Read More

Hear: Mötley Crüe Farewell Tour • July 23, 25 & 29, 2014

Farewell tours have never been absolute in determining a band’s future status. Sure, some truly stay dormant after saying farewell to their fans, but it’s not unheard-for a band to reincarnate and go on a “Well, Hello There!” tour. Don’t assume Mötley Crüe to be one of those bands; upon announcing their farewell tour, they […] Read More

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