Governor Jerry Brown says California’s different regions make it hard to develop water policies that would satisfy the entire state. Meanwhile, a lawmaker wants to quintuple state funding to the California Arts Council.
A financial boost for the Sacramento Opera and Philharmonic, sketches for a new downtown arena and Covered California grows its office space in Sacramento - Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson has the details...
A plan to house the Sacramento Ballet and several other arts groups at a shuttered elementary school faces a critical vote tonight.
The holiday plays are in full swing on Sacramento stages. Our theatre critic Jeff Hudson has been driving around at night, sizing up the various offerings, and he brings us these recommendations.
The holiday season shows are taking over local stages, but audiences still have a two weeks to see a provocative new play, imagining a conversation in the afterlife between two famous figures at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876.
When a major city gets stuck in a downward economic spiral, it takes a heavy toll on individuals as well. That’s what audiences experience with this Pulitzer Prize-winning play, which starts out like a domestic comedy but soon takes a tragic turn.
The time has come to reflect on the wonder and joy of love. As a media company based in Sacramento we thought we should create city specific Valentines for our listeners to share.
CapRadio took 65 listeners to Cuba through a U.S. sanctioned "people-to-people" tour. Pauline Bartolone hosted one of the trips, largely leaving her reporter’s hat at home. Here she shares her experiences, with a focus on health care.
Don't be surprised by the colorful cast of characters wandering around the Convention Center in Downtown Sacramento this Weekend - it's just thousands of anime fans.
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