Here we go! Don't miss Davis Pride!600

Thea Austin will be headlining this unique event, along with some other great performers. Check out the program and other information within this issue of Outword Magazine Sacramento!

Be sure to check out page four and see the movers and the shakers that are this year’s Sacramento Pride Event committee. These folks are working hard to bring you the biggest LGBT event in Sacramento, and it’s coming soon!

Read more: Get Ready, Davis Pride is just around the corner!


The S.F. Silent Film Festival Returns

By Chris Narloch

The 23rd San Francisco Silent Film Festival returns for 2018 to the beautiful Castro Theatre, this May 30–June 3 for five incredible days of classic cinema, with masterpieces from the silent film era set to glorious live music.

Exclusive screenings include Greta Garbo’s first starring role in the rare 1924 Swedish film “The Saga of Gosta Berling,” the great Buster Keaton as a weakling-turned-prizefighter in the 1926 boxing comedy “Battling Butler,” plus directorial efforts by such masters of the silent era as Carl Dreyer, Yasujiro Ozu, Ernst Lubitsch, and Paul Leni.

Read more: The S.F. Silent Film Festival Returns


Kathy Griffin is Back!599

She's back! And our very own, Chris Narloch, caught up with her for an exclusive interview. See what Kathy Griffin has to say to “Outword” readers on page 9.

Read more: Outword's 4-26-18 Issue is Out Now!


See A Movie This Weekend!

By Chris Narloch
There is something for every taste playing at local movie theaters this weekend, including “The Rock” on a rampage, pandas in the wild, and a tribute to computer gamers and gaming.

If you haven’t seen it, “A Quiet Place” is the must-see horror hit that made more than $50 million its first weekend in the U.S. alone -- the best opening ever for a horror movie that isn’t a remake or a sequel.

Read more: See A Movie This Weekend!


Everyone Loves Spring! 598

It’s a given, but even so, that doesn’t make this changing of the season any less amazing. Leaves magically re-appear on what looked like dead trees. Flowers pop up from under the ground and weeds find any new home they can. Spring also brings one of our favorite issues of Outword, our Homes and Gardens issue.

Read more: Our Annual Homes and Gardens Issue is Out Now!


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