The LIST: March 9-12th.
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The LIST: March 9-12th.

Women’s History Month Event at The Met Sacramento High School The Met Sacramento High School (810 V Street) has featured many exciting community events, but this event is a definite contender to be number one. On Wednesday, March 9, from 6 PM to 8 PM, Viola Lebeau of Sacramento Young Feminists Alliance and the Met … Continue reading

The LIST. February 10 – February 16
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The LIST. February 10 – February 16

Black Lives Matter! at Sol Collective As we enter Black History Month, it’s important to remember history is still being made today. Police brutality against black people has been going on too long, and on February 10 at Sol Collective (2574 21st St.), starting at 7 PM, there is an opportunity to learn more about … Continue reading

We Do Everything Here: Celebrating Cafe Colonial’s Three-Year Anniversary
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We Do Everything Here: Celebrating Cafe Colonial’s Three-Year Anniversary

On November 18th, Cafe Colonial celebrated its birthday with a bang. The all-music, all-ages venue commemorated its three-year anniversary with Second to Last, Fourth and Long, Cresca, Death Rogen, XTOMHANX, Cross Class, Dead Weight, and Rat Damage taking the stages at Cafe Colonial and neighboring venue, The Colony. Though not necessarily known for its charming … Continue reading

See:  The Art of Robin Eagan
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See: The Art of Robin Eagan

Robin Eagan is an artist, photographer and musician based in Placerville, CA. Originally from Stockton, a few years ago he made his way to Sacramento, where he transitioned from writing and performing music to creating graphic art and photography. He began making graphic designs and selling them as shirts and prints, and delved into nature … Continue reading

A Man Under Construction: The Work and Community Outreach of Jim Shepherd
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A Man Under Construction: The Work and Community Outreach of Jim Shepherd

There comes a time for all artists, no matter the medium, when they find themselves struggling with what they are trying to convey or express. Sacramento artist Jim Shepherd was no exception. The struggle is not a failure for Shepherd, but a challenge to overcome in order to keep doing what he loves: painting. His … Continue reading

Music We Believe In and a Solid Performance: The Enlows Turn 15!
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Music We Believe In and a Solid Performance: The Enlows Turn 15!

Do you remember turning fifteen years old? Being pissed off at your folks? Having baked, greasy skin like last night’s pizza, perhaps? Losing control while making a valiant effort at conversation with a crush? ¿La quinceañera, puede ser? Rock bands have an advantage over us as individuals – those embarrassing things do not happen to … Continue reading

Cafe Colonial.
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Cafe Colonial.

Cafe Colonial seemed to appear out of thin air.  For those who are unfamiliar it is a fairly recently opened venue located between The Colony and the Colonial Theater off of Stockton Blvd.  This all ages venue/restaurant is operated and owned by Matt Marrujo, Mickey Rat, Jennifer Kubach and Steve Waite, all people who are completely submerged into the Sacramento … Continue reading