Lesbian Artist Exhibition Catalog Makes A Great Gift Idea

California artist E. Charlton Fortune (1885–1969) came of age during a time when women began to redefine their roles in society, pushing the boundaries of what was expected of them and challenging the status quo.

Fortune, unmarried and in possession of an independent spirit, often rode her bicycle to find the perfect setting to paint in plein-air. The resulting landscapes were not delicate, soft, or feminine but bold and vigorous — and often thought to have been created by a man.

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Don’t Miss Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Persona’ At Crocker

By Chris Narloch

Crocker Museum’s Foreign Fall Film Series concludes this Thursday evening with “Persona,” one of the most famous movies directed by the late, great Swedish director Ingmar Bergman.

This modern classic from 1966, shown in Swedish with English subtitles, stars Liv Ulmann and Bibi Andersson as a troubled actress and her nurse, who develop an intense bond during their stay at a beautiful seaside cottage.

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Out Annual Holiday Shopping Issue (vol1) is Out Now!589

It’s that time of year again. Holidays and holiday parties are all around, and there are so many things to do, see and buy. It’s a good thing we have our first Holiday Shopping issue ready to go, ready to give you the scoop on what’s happening, where it’s happening and ideas for what to bring.

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See A Movie This Weekend!

By Chris Narloch

The Tower Theatre is the place to be this weekend as local girl-turned actress-turned acclaimed movie director Greta Gerwig’s new film “Lady Bird,” which is set and was mostly filmed in her native Sacramento, opens to the public.

Also on the big screen at the Tower is another must-see indie film, “The Florida Project.” Read on for reviews of both those titles, plus some other movies currently in theaters.

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Outword’s November 9, 2017 Issue is Out Now!588

Our Arts and Entertainment editor, Chris Narloch, takes a look at Sacramento native, Greta Gerwig’s new movie that was filmed here in Sacramento, as well as being about Sacramento. How cool is that? Check out what Chris has to say on page 19.

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