Arts & Entertainment

Artist speaks through brush

With each detailed pull of her brush, Joanne Inman adds a little more to her story of beating the odds and fulfilling her passion for porcelain painting. She looks at home poised ...

Living Large: Taking the stage by Storm

There are singers, there are performers and then there are those rare phenomenal explosions of super charisma and energy and raw talent that completely defy categorization – ...

Twenty-first century Caesar

“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your earbuds.” So goes life in the modern political arena, where talking heads and Twitter feeds fuel the public’s need to ...

Rocklin author Nanci Lee Woody's first novel’s a winner

When Nanci Lee Woody set out to write her first novel, she turned to her husband for help. After all, they had written a musical together. But it wasn’t his professional inpu ...

Media Life: KCRA recognized for coverage in sheriff’s deputy slayings

KCRA 3 has been honored with a national award for its coverage of the October shootings of two peace officers that started with a death in Sacramento and ended with the loss of Pla ...

Orchestral maneuvers

Where do black tie and tails mingle with spandex and sequins? Well, not exactly mingle, per se, but share the stage? OK, actually, in some cases the sequined ones are flying above ...

Bryan McPherson a product of his environment

Though born and raised in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Bryan McPherson considers home “right here, right now.” At the time he said it, he was rolling through ...

Five questions with Mick Martin

Mick Martin has been at this a long time. The Sacramento-based musician and his band, The Blues Rockers, will headline the Loomis Blues, Burgers and Brew festival this Saturday, bu ...

State Capitol unveils Van Howd’s President Ronald Reagan statue

SACRAMENTO -- It took a private gesture by Reagan Administration Secretary of State George Shultz to put the unveiling of a new statue into perspective. The bronze statue, sculpte ...

Creole-steeped Party in Park serenades Auburn into summer

Party in the Park was free but the infectious mix of Creole and zydeco music filling the warm night air Friday was priceless. The music came courtesy of Louisiana’s Jeffery ...