Sweet Nita’s at the Sacramento Farmer’s Market offers more than a handful of treats to help get your mind off of the cares of the day…and encourage you to get outside and walk those calories off!
“The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.” It’s one of the principal maxims in A Bronx Tale, running through March 8 in Sacramento. If that maxim is indeed true, it is going to be a very, very happy week in Sacramento, as a group of extremely talented singers and dancers have their gifts on […]
Janet Jackson blew her fans’ minds with the surprise announcement of a new album and tour.
Former First Lady, New York Times best selling author, and wife in my head Michelle Obama’s first scheduled Sacramento appearance on April 1 created such a demand for tickets that my girl did what she does best: she met the needs of her people with a second matinee show, at 3pm. Tickets go on sale […]
Jurassic World Live Tour is a family-oriented thrill ride, playing Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center June 25-28.
My first visit to Denny’s — made in 2020! — exceeded ALL expectations!
Blackout Weekend is one of the West Coast’s premiere annual events!
The Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus (SGMC) has been an institution in SacTown for almost four decades. I’ve been a fan for almost one of them…although, honestly, my fandom has ebbed and flowed over the years. Sometimes, their shows are on point. At other times, the G that stands for “gay” in SGMC should absolutely be […]
It’s been quite a Thanksgiving Weekend so far! A kitchen plumbing catastrophe prevented us from cooking a traditional holiday meal for our family on Thanksgiving Day. I’d been looking forward to that dinner for months. But a pesky pipe plug resulted in one of my most memorable Thanksgivings ever. On a lunch of chips, salsa, […]
For world-class crooner Michael Bublé, it’s a new dawn, a new day…and if last night’s concert at the Golden 1 Center is any indication, he’s feeling mighty good. So were his fans. Bublé stopped by Sacramento last night during his current world tour, and opened with “Feeling Good.” It was a great introductory message, as […]