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May 25, 2018

Paul Conley

The Manhattan Transfer And Member Cheryl Bentyne Rebound From Tumultuous Decade With New Album

It’s been 10 years since The Manhattan Transfer released an album. On Saturday, the award-winning vocal ensemble will premiere their brand new recording, “The Junction,” as they headline the inaugural Roseville Jazz Day.

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Business Journal: Driverless Car Service Talks, El Dorado Hills Town Center, New Downtown Commons Restaurants

A driverless vehicle service may be in the works for Sacramento. The city is in talks with Phantom Auto, a Mountain View-based startup. The Sacramento Business Journal's Sonya Sorich has that story, plus news about new apartments in El Dorado Hills.

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SpaceWalker Soars To ‘Divinity & Beyond’ In A Ship Of Interstellar Beats

SpaceWalker shares her personal journey from moody, misunderstood teenager down a path of creativity and self-discovery.

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Ideateam Blows The Roof Off With ‘Kinetic’ New Record

Funk band Ideateam performs two tracks off their new album “Kinetic.”

Salt Wizard Explores Darker ‘Creature Sounds’

Indie folk band Salt Wizard released “Creature Sounds” last month to follow up their 2014 self-titled album. The band has gone through some big changes since the last record, but it’s sparking a deeper focus on musical growth.

Misner & Smith Trace Their Influences Back To The ‘Headwaters’

Folk duo Sam Misner and Megan Smith debuted a new piece, “Sadie’s Song,” on Insight and explored their influences like Neil Young, Talking Heads and Patty Griffin on their album of covers, “headwaters.”

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May 24, 2018

Sammy Caiola

California Gov. Jerry Brown Says Universities Could Take A Lesson From Chipotle

Brown said Thursday that the burrito chain’s limited menu concept is tasty and efficient. He advised state university systems to slim down course offerings to graduate students more efficiently.

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Ill Camille: Tiny Desk Concert

May 25, 2018

The Los Angeles rapper and Kendrick Lamar collaborator performed four songs from her excellent album, Heirloom.

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Nebraska Police Seize Record Amount Of Fentanyl

May 25, 2018

Nebraska law enforcement recently seized 118 pounds of drugs, which they now say was entirely fentanyl. It's one of the biggest fentanyl seizures in the U.S. and enough to kill millions of people.