The Queen of “Good Sex” at B Street Theatre

by Colt McGraw

The 90-minute, one-woman show “Becoming Dr. Ruth” takes the audience on a journey through the early years of the world's most recognized sex therapist.

Dr. Ruth, as played by Anne O'Sullivan, is a woman of character and strength against all odds.  Simply put, "A German Jew never cries," says Dr. Ruth.  

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MTV’s Davis Mallory Releases “Under Your Spell,” in Time for Valentine's Day

Davis Mallory, the cuter-than-cupid fraternity brother who came out nationally on MTV’s The Real World, is delivering a love message this Valentine’s Day.

“I would love to find someone to spend the rest of my life with,” says Davis,  recently single after splitting from a two-year relationship. “Especially since both of my siblings are now married as well as several of my gay friends. I would love to start that next chapter of my life.”

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The Crocker Celebrates Black History Month With Film & Music

by Chris Narloch

Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum will showcase three films and at least one musical program in celebration of Black History Month this February.

The film series explores the depiction of African-American men on the big screen, and the next film on tap, this Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, is 1971’s "Shaft."

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Spend Valentine’s Day With Dianne Reeves

by Chris Narloch

If you want to impress your Valentine this year, take him or her to see the great jazz singer Dianne Reeves, who has scheduled her 2017 Mondavi appearance for the most romantic day of the year.

Renowned as a superior interpreter of lyrics and a skilled scat singer, Reeves is a multiple Grammy-winner who infuses her jazz with gospel, R&B and world music elements and somehow makes it all fit together to sound uniquely natural and soulful.

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‘La La Land’ -- Bigger & Better in IMAX

by Chris Narloch

If you haven’t yet seen ‘La La Land,’ the frontrunner to win Best Picture at this year’s Oscars – or maybe you loved it so much that you want to watch it again – you can now enjoy the film on the largest movie screen in town, Sacramento’s Esquire IMAX Theatre on K Street.

The movie’s soundtrack recently reached #1 on the ITunes album chart, and the film has become a date-night phenomenon, bringing older moviegoers back to cinemas and introducing a whole new generation of younger folks to the joys of the big-screen movie musical.

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