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HEAR: Orange Is the New Black’s Taryn Manning Is a DJ, and She’s Playing Sacramento’s Gravedigger’s Ball • Oct. 31, 2014

If you’re like us and are obsessed with the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black, you are already familiar with actress and series regular Taryn Manning (she plays the mostly toothless, somewhat psychopathic, God-channeling Tiffany ‘Pennsatucky’ Doggett on the show). What you might not know is that Manning is sort of a “quadruple […] Read More

HEAR: 30+ Artists on Three Stages at the Hangtown Halloween Ball • Oct. 24–26, 2014

Festival season ain’t over yet, folks! Get ready to head on up the hill to The Hangtown Halloween Ball at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville from Oct. 24 to 26, 2014, for world-class rock, blues, folk, bluegrass and more from greats like Railroad Earth (playing all three nights!), Leftover Salmon, MOE., Dead Winter […] Read More

SEE: Chelsea Lately’s Fortune Feimster at Punchline • Oct. 24–25, 2014

If you’ve ever seen E! Network’s hit show Chelsea Lately then chances are you are familiar with comedian Fortune Feimster and her uncanny ability to light up a room. Feimster is many things: writer, actress, sketch comedy veteran, semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing, scrapbooking enthusiast, the list goes on. Above all, she enjoys making people […] Read More

TASTE: $5 Specials at Ten22’s Fifth Anniversary Celebration • Oct. 22, 2014

There are many reasons to visit Old Sacramento. All the history, picturesque riverside views, an ample amount of delicious food and drink! Yeah it’s a tourist trap, but we still love it! Ten22, located at 1022 2nd Street (see what they did there?), has been a major draw to the wooden sidewalks of Old Sac […] Read More

Longtime Sacramento Music Venue Marilyn’s on K To Close Nov. 1, Will Be Replaced By Coin-Op Bar/Arcade

On Thursday, Oct. 16, Submerge got an email from Linda Swanigan, owner of the venue Marilyn’s on K and longtime supporter of Submerge (she advertised in our first-ever issue!), informing us that they had sold the business. Yes, you read that right, after 16 long years the basement-esque K Street venue and bar that many […] Read More

Crocker Art Museum’s ArtMix: Monsters’ Ball – Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014

With Halloween being pretty much the best holiday all year, the next installment of Crocker Art Museum’s always creative ArtMix event is one we’ve been looking forward to ever since we caught wind of what was brewing behind the scenes months ago. Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 it all comes together at ArtMix: Monsters’ Ball, featuring […] Read More

Zeroclient Releases Debut Full-Length Album Omnia Oct. 10, 2014 at Assembly

Local prog-rock/alt-metal group Zeroclient are celebrating the release of their debut full-length album Omnia with a huge show at Assembly on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. With just a four-track demo under their belts, Zeroclient (made up of Brian Vees on vocals/rhythm guitar, Arnold Peña on lead guitar, James Wolf on bass, and Cameron Ellis on […] Read More

Taste: Authentic German Tradition with a Twist at Sactoberfest • Oct. 10–12, 2014

Last year, Sacramento was blessed with yet another incredible trademark festival. Sactoberfest’s success was inevitable, but the turnout transcended all foreshadowed expectations. This year should be no different. Sactoberfest’s event producer, Rich Clakeley, stated in a press release, “Building on the success of Sactoberfest last year, I’m excited to bring even more of the Oktoberfest […] Read More

Hear: Experimental and Noise Genres at NorCal NoiseFest • Oct. 3–5, 2014

Of all the cities in the world, what makes Sacramento unique? Is it the general feel of creativity and communal support? Absolutely. Sacramento doesn’t produce a public, but rather, fosters individuals. What’s so great about that, you may ask? Consider NorCal NoiseFest, an event that started as a two-day, jam-sesh-esque gathering back in 1995, but […] Read More

See: Nick Offerman at UC Davis • Oct. 4, 2014

You probably know Nick Offerman from his breakout role as the thickly mustached, whiskey drinking, red meat devouring Ron Swanson on NBC’s sitcom Parks and Recreation. In real life, Offerman is also an accomplished stage actor, husband to fellow actress Megan Mullally (Karen on Will and Grace), and author of the book Paddle Your Own […] Read More

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