Avengers: Endgame
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Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame Directed by Anthony Russo & Joe Russo It’s a testament to the Marvel Cinematic Universe that even with some significant flaws, watching the 22nd film in the current series is still a pretty great experience. The movie starts where “Avengers: Infinity War” left off, with the...

Mick Jenkins: Pieces of A Man Tour
Arts Music

Mick Jenkins: Pieces of A Man Tour

With a new wave of self-reflection, Chicago poet and rapper Mick Jenkins brought his “Pieces of A Man” Tour to Harlow’s Nightclub in Sacramento on Wednesday January 9. Accompanied by the gracious presence of Kari Faux, Stock Marley, and theMIND, the evening would become a...

Arts Things to Do

Double the Beethoven on ARC Theater Stage

The American River College Orchestra brings one of Beethoven’s most uplifting symphonies and most optimistic piano concertos, featuring soloist Natsuki Fukasawa, to the ARC Theater on November 2nd and 3rd. “This concerto has been on my ‘bucket list’ for a while, and I’m really excited that I have...

Arts Music

Tuning In and Out With Tom Misch

In the opening moments of Tom Misch ‘s debut album ‘Geography,’ a trumpeter by the name of Roy Hargrove reflects on the value of a musician. “You have to do this because you love it. And it doesn’t matter if you broke, you still gon’ do it,” he says, before...

Arts Review

Two Plays More Than “Okay”

The current play at B Street Theatre is “We’re Gonna Be Okay,” set during the Cuban Missile Crisis of the 1960s. Unlike “Little Shop” with its fanciful threat of doom, “Okay” features a very tangible threat of annihilation — war with Russia over its...

Arts Review

An Evening Sacramentans Will Forget for the Rest of Their Lives

Comedic greats Steve Martin and Martin Short made their Golden 1 debut with “An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life” on Friday. The nationwide tour, which was highlighted by a Netflix special of the same title, comes with musical support from the Grammy Award-winning band...

Arts Community Voice

An Open Letter to the Mighty Mighty Bosstones

Dear Mighty Mighty Bosstones, I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not uber familiar with your catalog. I know the hits, various songs from compilations and soundtracks, but not a whole lot more. Add to that, ska is a genre about which I can be quite picky. During the 90s ska rage, many...

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