“Black Panther” Pounces On To The Big Screen


By Chris Narloch

The big news at the movies this week – in case you have been living in a cave and haven’t heard – is the release of “Black Panther,” which I review below.

If you don’t want to fight the first-week crowds at that film, there are several other new titles on the big screen.

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Miranda Lambert Tears It Up At Golden 1 Center

By Chris Narloch

Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center was filled to the rafters on Thursday evening, as country fans from all around Northern California converged on the state-of-the-art venue to kick a little dirt off their boots during a stunning concert featuring headliner Miranda Lambert.

The sold-out show was so full in fact – with only a few scattered empty seats, probably due to the flu going around – that opening act Jon Pardi looked up at the folks making their way to seats in the uppermost sections of the Center and cautioned them to be careful on the steep stairs.

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Local Musical Duo Carlos and Brennen Aim To Inspire

By Chris Narloch

Musical duo Carlos and Brennen hope to inspire local music fans with a yearlong series of concerts showcasing diverse and non-traditional musical works from composers around the globe.

The two accomplished African-American musicians, pianist Carlos M. Fuentes and clarinetist Brennen Milton, began playing as a duo in 2016, and they are taking a decidedly different approach to entertaining classical music lovers in the Sacramento region.

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Sugar & Spice: A Sassy V-Day Gift Guide for LGBTQ Friends And Lovers

Nice and sometimes naughty gift ideas to make Cupid’s outing one for the books
by Mikey Rox

From $10 trinkets with zip to big-ticket items that inspire LGBTQ togetherness (and nakedness), these are the gifts to give for Love’s big hurrah.

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Sacramento Stages Are Filled With Music & Drama

By Chris Narloch

Area theaters have wasted no time getting underway in 2018, and Sacramento stages are currently filled with not-to-be-missed plays and musicals, including the four titles below.
Jersey Boys
The one and only Frankie Valli is 83 now, and he is still on the road performing live. “Jersey Boys” is his story and the story of his band-mates Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi.

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