July, 2010 Archives

Piping Hot

Lee Bannon and Chuuwee look to make a mark among local hip-hop connoisseurs Read More

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Comedian Mike E. Winfield stands ready to command a larger audience Read More

The History We’re Part Of

Musical Charis People People (JMB) Read More

Bring Your Kids! (If they’re not already in the band)

Concerts in the Park Friday, May 7, 2010 – Cesar Chavez Park – Sacramento Words & Photos by Vincent Girimonte Two things to take away from last Friday’s edition of Concerts in the Park: one, Sacramento has some exceedingly hip youth; so hip, in fact, that I felt like a tool toting just one lens […] Read More

And the Fans Went Wild

I wasn’t even 10 years old, but I was sure Michael Sergio was the coolest person ever. It was game 6 of the 1986 World Series, and the New York Mets were trailing the Boston Red Sox three games to two. Sergio cut through the October night sky, navigating his way down to Shea Stadium […] Read More

A New National Pastime

It could be the sound. The noise rises as you approach the door. It sounds almost like drums before battle. It’s appropriate, really; after all, this is no mere game. Your attacks must be planned and precise, your weapon chosen wisely. If all goes to plan, that beautifully colored 8- to 20-pound bowling ball will […] Read More

A Shot in the Dark

Chelsea Wolfe's The Grime and the Glow dresses folk music in a black cloak Read More

Brightly Colored Darkness

Artist Robert Bowen returns to Sacramento for group show Read More

Moving Pictures

With Their Debut EP for Equal Vision Records, Mozart Season Gets Down to Business Read More

Breaking the Silence

Dusty Brown Rides the Buzz of This City Is Killing Me Toward a New Album Read More

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