Remember Prince & “Purple Rain” this Monday at Sacramento’s Tower Theatre
by Chris Narloch
Shoulda. Woulda. Coulda.
I wish now that I had attended one of several reportedly brilliant “Piano and a Microphone” shows that Prince brought to the Bay Area earlier this year.
“I’ve seen him twice before,” I told myself. “I’m just too busy right now, and he’ll be around again soon.”
As it turns out, Prince won’t be around again soon, or in fact ever.
Boy George and Culture Club Announce 2016 Tour, Will Play at Thunder Valley
Overwhelming excitement and outstanding reviews caused by Boy George and Culture Club's performances from last year's brief mini-tour of the U.S has driven the group to announce their first full tour in over 12 years spanning 40 cities across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia and Asia, including an Aug. 19 appearance at Thunder Valley in Lincoln.
Known for dominating the charts worldwide with their classic hits including “Karma Chameleon,” “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me,” and “Miss Me Blind,” the iconic band will kick-off their tour on June 8, 2016 at Challenge Arena in Perth, Australia.
Sacramento Valley Veterans (SVV) Stand Down
In a statement released April 18, 2016, the LGBT Sacramento Valley Veterans (SVV) announced that they were ceasing the majority of their operations.
“After 6 incredibly powerful years and many goals identified and achieved, the Sacramento Valley Veterans Board of Directors is standing down the group in its present form.
2016 Top 50 Companies for Diversity
DiversityInc on April 19th announced its 2016 Top 50 Companies for Diversity list and the company in the No. 1 slot is healthcare company Kaiser Permanente.
And among the top ten most diverse corporations in the country, women have achieved near parity when it comes to their numbers in management and are also among the top earners.
Kids Win! $135,000 Raised To Keep Shelter Open
With the help of multiple local businesses, nonprofit organizations, the County of Sacramento and members of the community, Wind Youth Services exceeded its fundraising goal to keep the adolescent shelter open through the end of the year by raising over $135,000 in the Goodwill Challenge.
Answering the Goodwill challenge, multiple businesses, government agencies and community nonprofits stepped up and made significant donations to Wind on a live Good Day Sacramento segment on March 29th.
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