Don’t Miss “2001: A Space Odyssey” In 70mm At Tower

By Chris Narloch

This week Sacramento moviegoers have the opportunity to see the latest “Jurassic” flick as well as return engagements on the big screen of two of the finest American films ever made, “West Side Story” and “2001: A Space Odyssey.”

Read on to see what's not to miss at the Tower Theatre and the Multiplex

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What’s New In Movie Theaters?

By Chris Narloch

After the surprise success of the recent, female-driven “Book Club,” it’s nice to see another “chick flick” succeed at the box office, with the $40+ million dollar opening weekend for “Ocean’s 8.”

After you see those two entertaining movies, I have several smaller titles I can recommend that deserve to be seen on the big screen before they vanish from theaters.

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Experience “Symphonic Serenity” This Friday Evening

By Chris Narloch

Who isn’t stressed out by the end of the work week? This Friday, you can actually do something about it when a revolutionary new experience known as Symphonic Serenity comes to Sacramento for the first time.

Symphonic Serenity is an experiential project that combines the restorative effects of both music and silence. Guided by five-time ASCAP Award-winning conductor Eugene Castillo, and assisted by Sacramento-based cellist Susan Lamb Cook, audience members are invited to listen deeply to short excerpts of music followed by silence, repeating the process for approximately an hour and a half.

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Post Pride Pics!602

After Pride comes pictures. Two full pages in the center of the new issue - and a whole lot more on our Shutterfly account page, that you can access from our home page. Pictures from Pride, yes, but there is so much more in this issue.

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A Beastly Good Movie At The Tower

By Betu Herrera Case

Turbulent ocean waves open the new British film “Beast,” where uneasiness and mistrust prevail throughout the outstanding, twisting and turning story, written by first time director Michael Pearce.

At times violent but always gripping, we watch the who-done-it murder mystery with our breath held in until the final unexpected shot.

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