Sacramento365 is happy to announce our newest addition, Emiliano Martin! As Content Specialist, Martin will be working to share exciting local events with our readers.
For the Dirty Chops Brass Band, music is a number of things: freedom, a catalyst for change, and simply a soundtrack to a good time. This May, Sacramento365 is putting a spotlight on these emerging purveyors of funk.
After years of sponsoring the Emerge Summit, Sacramento365 made the move to host our very own breakout session with The ART of Engagement: How to Create a Sense of Pride, Place, and Change, a panel discussion bringing together artists and executives all working to build up and support Sacramento’s arts community. Read on for a recap of the lively a View more
Sacramento Ballet's Lauryn Winterhalder shares what it's like to perform her first lead role in Giselle. Fall in love with the romantic ballet February 16-18 at the Community Center Theater.
Looking for “song and dance and sweet romance?” Broadway Sacramento's Something Rotten! is hilarious, outlandish, and a perfect way to kick off the new year!
For this Featured Artist Profile, Sacramento365 spoke with Sol Collective’s Executive Director Estella Sanchez, Director of Communications Andru Defeye, and Sol Life Media Creative Director Salvin Chahal to uncover the soul of Sacramento’s thriving -- yet sometimes misunderstood -- arts and cultural mecca.
Ready, set, go. Let's bring on the fun this New Year's Eve in Sacramento!
Sacramento Ballet's Alexandra Cunningham shares how Ron Cunningham’s The Nutcracker has helped her grow as a dancer over the last 25 years.
There's so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving in Sacramento. Enjoy the holiday week with your loved ones by celebrating old traditions or creating new ones at one of these spirited events!
Sacramento is renewing its commitment to supporting our local creative community with its Creative Edge initiative; leading the charge is newly appointed Director of Cultural and Creative Economy 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 its View more
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