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02/21/2024

There are empty office buildings galore in Sacramento – but not enough housing for its workers? Leaders and experts are now asking the question: With...

02/20/2024

By Keyshawn Davis Those who appreciate The Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex describe it as a safe haven where artists have an opportunity to share...

02/20/2024

By Eddie Jorgensen King Crimson’s founding guitarist Robert Fripp and businessman/producer David Singleton have been hosting a number of live discussions – and one is...

02/17/2024

Band will release its debut album Feb. 23rd at The Sidedoor By Casey Sexton In the heart of Sacramento, amidst the bustling streets and vibrant...

02/16/2024

By Bob Grimm Jodie Foster and Kali Reis deliver electric performances in True Detective: Night Country, the fourth season of the acclaimed anthology series—and, without a...

02/15/2024

By Sterling Davies Airrea Craven, 24, has just secured a hotel with government funds for her and her two daughters to stay for the week,...

02/15/2024

For many, premiums and deductibles now take three times more out of one’s budget than 20 years ago, UC Berkeley study shows. By Mark Kreidler,...

02/14/2024

Community members rally against ‘superficial stereotypes’ in mural project By Hannah Ross Wide Open Walls is finally having its day of reckoning, according to many...

02/13/2024

By Scott Thomas Anderson The lines for Sacramento’s District 4 have been redrawn and local politicos are waiting to see what that means for representation...

02/12/2024

By Eddie Jorgensen It’s been 46 years since Marc Bell – better known as Marky Ramone – landed a job drumming for one of the...

02/12/2024

By Carolyn Jones for CalMatters California schools will have to spend $2 billion of their remaining Covid relief funds on tutoring and other measures to...

02/09/2024

Museum’s new exhibition highlights Black artists from the 1950s through ’70s By Ken Magri The Crocker Art Museum’s new exhibition, “Black Artists in America, from...

02/09/2024

By Steve Cohn and Paula Lee With the Primary Election rapidly approaching, Sacramento voters will be bombarded with political mailers, emails, texts and calls from...

02/09/2024

A $33 a month average rate hike took effect Jan. 1. Now PG&E wants up to $20 a month more. Reformers say it is time...

02/08/2024

By Keyshawn Davis Several years ago, Nadia Niazi met a woman who had been homeless for 19 years. For Niazi, the experience proved life-altering as...

02/08/2024

By Lynn La for CalMatters Describing California’s homelessness crisis as “inhumane” and “unhealthy,” Senate GOP leader Brian Jones of San Diego and Democratic Sen. Catherine...

02/07/2024

By Hannah Ross The Greater Sacramento Economic Council has launched a new partnership with the Sacramento Entrepreneurship Growth Alliance that will work to enhance the...

02/06/2024

While promising to boost local health care and tech economies, UC Davis’s Aggie Square project raises concerns for Oak Park community By Keyshawn Davis Discussions...

02/06/2024

By Eddie Jorgensen Since 1982, Billy Idol has proven a prolific and successful pop music entity. And while it seems like he and Stevie Stevens...

02/06/2024

By Keyshawn Davis In 1982, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency was formed by the city and county as a joint powers authority. These local governments...

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