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SEE: Katie Rubin’s Solo Show Insides OUT! at Capital Stage • Aug. 8 – 9, 2015

Actress, writer and solo performer Katie Rubin first premiered her one-woman comedic show Insides OUT! back in 2006 and she went on to perform the show at over 100 events and venues across the country. She’s since become a favorite in the local theater scene, especially at Capital Stage, where she has entertained audiences with […] Read More

Jane Lynch’s See Jane Sing at Mondavi Center • Saturday, August 8

What isn’t Jane Lynch? She’s an actress, singer, playwright and author. We should probably add comedian to that list too because she is naturally hilarious. The winner of an Emmy and Golden Globe for her portrayal of the character Sue Sylvester on the popular Fox show Glee, Lynch also has memorable big screen appearances in […] Read More

Touch: Shibori Workshop at Warehouse Artist Lofts • Aug. 2, 2015

Shibori is an ancient Japanese dyeing method that involves “working in harmony with the cloth” to produce a beautiful and desired pattern on fabric. Seems cool doesn’t it? Want to learn how to do it? Well, Warehouse Artist Lofts is hosting a Shibori workshop full of dye, wine and good times. The event will be […] Read More

Keith Lowell Jensen & Johnny Taylor’s New Monthly Comedy Show MASS Starts Aug. 2, 2015

Two of Sacramento’s most prominent stand-up comedians, Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor, have teamed up to start a new monthly live comedy show called MASS. This is the same duo that for many years curated the popular but now-defunct comedy night on Wednesday’s at Luna’s Café. Appropriately, MASS will take place on the first […] Read More

Taste: Margaritas Your Way Right at Your Table at Tequila Museo Mayahuel | All of July (Don Julio Month)

What better way to relax, refresh and celebrate the summer than with a nice, cold and FRESH margarita in your hand? Luckily, for the whole month of July Tequila Museo Mayahuel is making that dream come true. Enjoy some amazing Mexican food (their pozole verde con pollo is to die for) and some very fresh […] Read More

Gentleman Surfer Will Play Their New Album, Gold Man, In Its Entirety July 24 at Hideaway!

Listening to local progressive rock band Gentleman Surfer’s new album Gold Man is sort of like being on an acid trip. One moment the world seems beautiful and everything is groovy, then the next second everything’s been turned upside down into a chaotic whirlwind and it feels like you’re in a circus-themed nightmare with scary […] Read More

14 Artists Converge for Menagerie’s Next Art Show Opening July 24, 2015 at Outlet Coworking in Midtown

When 14 visual artists converge for Menagerie Pop-Up Art Shows next event on July 24, 2015 at Outlet Coworking in Midtown, it won’t just be for one night like the term “pop-up” might suggest. “In the past, our shows were limited to only one night,” Menagerie organizer and artist Sarah Marie Hawkins told Submerge. “Due […] Read More

Taste: Sacratomato Festival • July 25, 2015

Tomato lovers and those who enjoy a good pun should not shy away from the second annual Sacratomato Week hosted by The Sutter District. The week kicks off on July 20, 2015, and will celebrate the fruit that is near and dear to every Sacramentan’s heart: the tomato! Restaurants within the District like Paragary’s, Momo […] Read More

Breaking New Ground on the E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts in Midtown

Chalk this one up as a major win for the performing arts: The previously vacant Fremont School in Midtown Sacramento is currently undergoing a $6.5 million transformation to become the E. Claire Raley Studios for the Performing Arts. When completed, Raley Studios will house a number of local organizations, including the Sacramento Ballet, Alliance Française […] Read More

See: The 2015 Sacramento Japanese Film Festival • July 17-19

Get your culture on at Sacramento’s 2015 Japanese Film Festival. Friday, July 17’s show kicks off with director Hirokazu Koreeda’s film, Like Father, Like Son. This is a film about a successful architect who learns that his son was switched at birth. After learning of this horrific mistake, the two families switch again and begin […] Read More

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