What I’m Listening To: Kyle Monhollen
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What I’m Listening To: Kyle Monhollen

What I’m Listening To is a series where we talk to exciting artists, musicians, and community members and get a five-song slice of their current playlist. – “I am a happy husband, father, teacher, community organizer, artist, camper, hiker, runner, and soccer fan. I love what I do, where I get to do it, and who … Continue reading

The LIST: May 25-31
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The LIST: May 25-31

Feast in the Streets at The Merchant Warehouse Sacramento is truly blessed to have a variety of amazing food everywhere we go, so don’t miss out on this chance to see a ton of great spots in one place! On Wednesday, May 25, from 5:30-8:30 PM, The Merchant Warehouse (1425 C Street) is hosting Feast … Continue reading

The LIST: April 6 -12
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The LIST: April 6 -12

Jesus and the Dinosaurs, The Big Forgive, and The Boos at Cafe Colonial From harsh punk to head-spinning art rock, this is a night of music all across the spectrum. On Thursday, April 7, starting at 7 PM, Cafe Colonial (3520 Stockton Blvd) is holding a show featuring Jesus and the Dinosaurs, The Big Forgive, … Continue reading

Go: The Separation of Spines
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Go: The Separation of Spines

Separate Spines is making the rounds. The Sacramento band plays an eclectic mixture of shoegaze and psychedelia they call ‘throat kick.’ Formed in 2014,  Separate Spines has created over 50 demos and played numerous house parties over the years, honing their craft. Their sound brings to mind acts like Ty Segall and Meatbodies, but with an eerie twist. … Continue reading

Into the Minds of Artists
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Into the Minds of Artists

This April the public will have the opportunity to step into the inner sanctum of 30 Davis artists. The Davis Art Studio Tour gives everyone a chance to visit the studios of both new and established working artists and interact both with their work and the artists themselves.  Artwork will be on sale in each studio … Continue reading

Shopping for the Holidays: TUBE.’s Guide to Unique Holiday Gifting
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Shopping for the Holidays: TUBE.’s Guide to Unique Holiday Gifting

It happens every year, the Thanksgiving/Black Friday frenzy ends and December’s powerhouse of holidays sneaks up while we’re still recovering. Inevitably, there is that frantic last minute shopping nightmare where going to the supermarket and buying everyone a gift card seems like the only option. But never fear, TUBE is here to help give your holiday … Continue reading

A Kiss to Remember
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A Kiss to Remember

The Wyatt Deck was dark and peaceful, the weather edging towards chilly but the audience companionable. It wasn’t long before the stage lights flickered and the Common House’s production of Craig Lucas’ Prelude to a Kiss began. The play is a somewhat dark romantic comedy that delves into the question that Lana Del Rey crooned … Continue reading

Common House Productions Presents: Prelude to a Kiss
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Common House Productions Presents: Prelude to a Kiss

Common House Productions is proud to announce our fall show, Craig Lucas’s Prelude to a Kiss. This slightly dark, but touching comedy features a whirlwind romance that culminates in a single moment of hesitation on the day of Peter and Rita’s wedding. When an unknown elderly man asks to kiss the beautiful bride, their souls swap … Continue reading