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Courtesy of Rae Gouirand

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Poet Rae Gouirand Shares Selections From Two New Collections

November 5, 2018

Poet and UC Davis Professor Rae Gouirand shares selections from her two new collections of poems. She's hosting a release party for the collections on Thursday.

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Tre Burt Debuts 'Caught It From The Rye' Live In Studio

November 2, 2018

Blues folk artist Tre Burt performs live in studio with new music from his debut full-length album “Caught It From The Rye.”

Courtesy of Aida Lizalde

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Artists Explore Undocumented Experience In “THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU” At Axis Gallery

November 2, 2018

Art curator Aida Lizalde and artist Rob Fatal discuss a new exhibition “THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU” at Axis Gallery, which explores the hidden violence and colonialism of Thanksgiving and the undocumented experience.

Talalito / Pixabay

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Celebrating Life On The Day Of The Dead

November 2, 2018

The Sacramento History Museum and Sol Collective team up to present their annual Souls of the City Festival on Nov. 3. The event brings the ancient Día de los Muertos festival to life with live performances, face painting, altars and more.

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Writer Attempts To Wipe Out Her Fears in 'Okay Fine Whatever'

November 1, 2018

Courtenay Hameister spent a year facing her multitude of fears head on and lived to write a book about it. She’ll appear at the Sacramento Bee Book Club Thursday.

Modesto Symphony Orchestra

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Sound Advice: Winter Classical Concert Preview

November 1, 2018

CapRadio arts reporter Jeff Hudson previews upcoming classical concerts in this week’s Sound Advice.

Courtesy of the Albanian National Theatre of Ballet and Opera (TKOB)

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Opera Modesto Celebrates 35 Years With New Name And Artistic Director

October 24, 2018

Opera Modesto General and Artistic Director Roy Stevens joins to preview the 35th anniversary gala this weekend.

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Author Bob Burns Chronicles How “The Track In The Forest” Shaped Legendary 1968 Olympic Team

October 24, 2018

Former Sacramento Bee senior writer Bob Burns debuts his book “The Track In the Forest” about the 1968 men’s US track and field team, which dominated at the Olympic Games in Mexico City.

Courtesy of Dana Johnson

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Dana Johnson Explores The Complex Human History Of Los Angeles At Stories On Stage Sacramento

October 23, 2018

Prize-winning novelist and short story author Dana Johnson discusses work from her story collection “In The Not Quite Dark” before her appearance at Stories on Stage Sacramento.

Courtesy of Timothy Brown

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Humanizing Homelessness Through Fiction

October 18, 2018

Before he retired, Timothy Brown was Executive Director of Loaves & Fishes, Inc. and an advocate for people experiencing homelessness in Sacramento. Now a writer, he just published his first novel, a historical mystery called “Squatter’s Gold.”

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Sacramento French Film Festival Takes MiniFest To IMAX

October 12, 2018

Sacramento French Film Festival co-founder Cécile Mouette Downs previews a single-day mini festival featuring the best of contemporary French film.

Courtesy of International House Davis

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‘Humanizing Deportation’ At International House Davis

October 12, 2018

New multimedia exhibition opening at I-House in Davis highlights personal stories of being deported.

Courtesy of the Williams family

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'West Side Story' Comes To American River College

October 11, 2018

Four members of the talented Williams family -- Sam, Sarah, Isaac and David -- are helping to bring “West Side Story” to the American River College Theatre this fall. The family will preview the show, which runs through Oct. 28.

Bert Johnson / Capital Public Radio

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Laugh Your Face Off At The Sacramento Comedy Festival

October 10, 2018

The 8th annual Sacramento Comedy Festival kicks off this weekend with the best stand-up, improv, and sketch performers around.

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Sacramento’s LGBTQ Film Fest Celebrates 27 Years

October 9, 2018

The festival formerly known as SIGLFF — now called BENT Sacramento International LGBTQ Film Festival — will come to town for its 27th year to celebrate LGBTQ history month this October.

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