Sacramento artist to shine light on area hunger issues, urges community to "Give a Fork"
Food plays an enormous role in our lives – it brings us together, it helps shape our culture, and for many members of our community, it also lies at the center of a daily struggle for survival.
These are just some of the issues that inspired artist Gioia Fonda’s social practice art project Give A Fork.
A.C.T. On A Roll During It’s 50th Season
by Chris Narloch
American Conservatory Theater premiered Moliere’s ‘Tartuffe’, its inaugural production in San Francisco, fifty years ago, and there has been no looking back since then.
There have been countless theatrical triumphs over those five decades, and many great actors have come out of the A.C.T. MFA program, including Denzel Washington, Annette Bening, Elizabeth Banks, and Danny Glover.
Big Day of Giving • Sacramento Earth Day • Perennials Pack a Punch • Watching Your Food Grow
Here it is. One of our most popular issues of the year, and this one should help continue that legacy right along. We have a great publication for you with lots of fun and informative stuff within its pages.
Besides the bullet points above be sure to look for; “Trump Omits LGBTQ People from 2020 Census,” Briefly Put, “It’s Time to Spring into Action!”, “…Vision and Renovation Realities,” online house plans and “Hiring a Contractor Can Save You Time and Money.”
This Week’s Must-See Movies
by Chris Narloch
Anime fans have been anxiously awaiting the debut of the live-action, big screen version of ‘Ghost in the Shell,’ which stars Scarlett Johansson as a sexy cyborg named Major.
If you find yourself with any spare time in the coming week, check out that new movie or one of these other fine films currently in theaters or coming soon.
Granite Bay High Hosts Area Premiere of ‘The Unfortunates’
by Chris Narloch. Photos by Gage Phillips.
Local college and even high school productions can be a fun and inexpensive way to check out exciting new productions and talented, emerging young performers.
In that spirit, I urge you to see ‘The Unfortunates,’ an acclaimed new play having its amateur world premiere production – and its first Sacramento area production – next week, courtesy of Granite Bay High School.
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- San Francisco Community Commemorates Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) on March 31
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