This 2nd Saturday, let's cheers and celebrate ARTober - aka Arts and Humanities Month. Get out and make a day of exploring the city with artsy events, live music, and a whole lot of delicious beer!
Sacramento is renewing its commitment to supporting our local creative community with its Creative Edge initiative; leading the charge is newly appointed Cultural Services + Creative Economy Manager Jonathon Glus. Sacramento365 sat down with the lifelong arts advocate to learn why he seized this opportunity and how he intends to push Sacramento to View more
The 2017 Sacramento International Horse Show is Northern California’s premier equestrian event, and returns to the Murieta Equestrian Center now through October 8.
I keep trying to wrap my head around the fact that it's already September. While I wish it was boot and sweater season, at least the weather will be under 100 degrees this 2nd Saturday, which is really good news because there's plenty of artsy tours and fun to be had throughout Sacramento!
This September, Sacramento365 is cooking up something new for its Featured Artist series. To complement all of this month’s farm-to-fork happenings, we’ve decided to highlight a different type of artist -- one responsible for turning our region’s ag bounty into culinary masterpieces. Dig in and learn how the resilient Kansas-native and Taylor's Kit View more
Sacramento365's Content Specialist Annie Fairburn has the lowdown on ways to enjoy the long weekend right here in Sacramento.
God moves in mysterious ways, but this one's for the book! This week Music Circus at Wells Fargo Pavilion wraps up the season with a first time, soul-stirring performance of Sister Act that will knock you off your knees.
This 2nd Saturday, we're celebrating all things Wide Open Walls and you will definitely need a full day to indulge in all the festival's vibrant happenings.
This week baseball visits the Music Circus at Wells Fargo Pavilion with the 1955 Richard Adler and Jerry Ross production of Damn Yankees. Brace yourself for a smokin' hot version that covers all its bases and brings another bygone era to the stage without a strike.
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