Don’t Miss ‘Fame – The Musical’ at Harris Center in Folsom
by Chris Narloch
“Remember my name. I’m gonna live forever.” Who could forget those immortal words from “Fame,” Irene Cara’s theme song to the 1980 film of the same name?
After that Academy Award-winning film came an Emmy-winning TV series and then a stage musical – all conceived and developed by David De Silva.
Don’t miss ‘No Man’s Land’ at Tower Theatre
Regulars at the Tower Theatre probably already know that the historic Sacramento movie house has been augmenting their regular programming of the finest in foreign and independent films with broadcasts of opera, ballet and live theatre.
Tonight, Jan. 10th, the Tower offers another highly acclaimed production, a play by Harold Pinter starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart (of ‘X-Men’ fame).
See A Classic Comedy At The Crest For Free!
by Chris Narloch
Sacramento’s historic Crest Theatre on K Street is showing one of my favorite movies on January 8, 2017, and the kicker is that it’s absolutely free to the public.
The Crest is scheduled to show director Billy Wilder’s hilarious cross-dressing comedy “Some Like It Hot” this Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. on their gorgeous big screen, for free.
Will Trump Take Away Your Right to Marry? Unlikely
By Rich Vaughn
As many fellow family lawyers and assisted reproductive technology attorneys work to wrap our heads around the results of the presidential election, many of our clients are turning to us for answers to their most urgent questions and concerns.
One of the most frequently asked questions has been, will LGBT people in the United States lose the right to marry under a Trump administration? And if so, will my same-sex marriage still be valid?
According to the experts, the U.S. Supreme Court is unlikely to reverse its two recent decisions upholding same-sex marriage, even with a Trump appointment to replace conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, and is virtually certain to uphold the validity of existing same-sex marriages.
Hardwired: The brain's circuitry for political belief
When people’s political beliefs are challenged, their brains become active in areas that govern personal identity and emotional responses to threats, USC researchers found through a new study.
The USC-led study confirms what seems increasingly true in American politics: People are hard-headed about their political beliefs, even when provided with contradictory evidence.
Neuroscientists at the Brain and Creativity Institute at USC said the findings from the functional MRI study seem especially relevant to how people responded to political news stories, fake or credible, throughout the election.
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