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SN&R Vol 25 Issue 24
Ballet and plays will keep you entertained this October.
By Becky Grunewald, Jessica Rine, Lovelle Harris, and Trina L. Drotar
This article was published on 09.26.13
Leon Russell, the wizard of the Tulsa, Oklahoma, sound drops in for a show at Assembly.
By Jonathan Mendick
Forget the walking dead, this Halloween, hitch a ride on the Zombie Train.
By Julianna Boggs
Get your So You Think You Can Dance fix when Ballet Hispanico brings its classical ballet-meets-contemporary dance moves to the Mondavi Center.
By Deena Drewis
October is packed with events such as a black-tie, masked masquerade; jazz festival; and beer runs.
By Jessica Rine, Julianna Boggs, Lovelle Harris, and Rachel Leibrock
The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission teamed with the Del Paso Boulevard Partnership in an effort to bring more visual art to the north Sacramento neighborhood.
By Rachel Leibrock
Classical music, jazz, experimental music and a Halloween-themed concert—plus a zombie-pinup contest—this October.
By Rachel Leibrock, and Trina L. Drotar
So many ways to enjoy this Halloween, so little time.
By Cody Drabble, Jonathan Mendick, and Rachel Leibrock
SN&R Vol 24 Issue 24
October is a big month. SN&R has nearly three dozen ways to celebrate arts, music, culture and more during “Artober.”
Edited by Alison Kranz
This article was published on 09.27.12
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 24
Get eloquent at these literary events.
This article was published on 09.29.11
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