Local Music Summit Features Music Legends And Listening Session With Industry Professionals

DEL PASO HEIGHTS — Local music mogul Jay King is hosting the “Sacramento Music Business Summit,” which takes place Saturday, March 26 at the Greater Sacramento Urban League. Registration starts at 8:00 a.m. and runs from 10:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Summit will feature 10 panel sessions helping summit attendees learn how to create, invent […]

Elk Grove Earns NorCal’s D-2 Championship, Beat Sac High 46-45

NORTH NATOMAS — The Elk Grove Thundering Herd girls basketball team was down 9-0 to the Sacramento High School in the first quarter of the NorCal Division II Finals, but head coach Larry Price kept his team calm under the pressure. The Thundering Herd ended the first quarter down 11-4 and before the second quarter […]

Entertainment Manager To Speak Locally For IndiviZible

OAK PARK — The IndiviZible community wants the public to welcome the genius behind Hollywood’s most brightest and visible stars, legendary talent manager Troy Carter. A part of IndiviZble’s 2016 Speaker Series, Carter will speak at the Guild Theater in Oak Park at 6:00 p.m., on Monday, March 21.  The meeting is free to Indivizible […]

Cousins Returns To Lineup After Suspension, Kings Bows To Jazz 108-99

NORTH NATOMAS — DeMarcus Cousins returned from a one-game suspension, but the Sacramento Kings still fell victims to the Utah Jazz, losing 108-99 at Sleep Train Arena on March 13 in front of 17, 023 fans. Cousins, suspended for a verbal tirade of coach George Karl near the end the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers […]

LeBron James Plays His Last Game In Sleep Train Arena, Cleveland Claims 120-111 Victory

NORTH NATOMAS — LeBron James had 25 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists and Kyrie Irving added 30 points and four assists to help the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Sacramento Kings 120-111 at Sleep Train Arena on March 9. The game was the last time James would play in the facility where he played his […]

Erik Maness To Be Named Sacramento County Undersheriff

DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — Erik Maness, a chief deputy for the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, will be sworn in as undersheriff in the Board of Supervisors’ Chamber on Thursday, March 10. Maness, who has worked for the Sheriff’s Department for more than 25 years in various roles, will be the first African American to hold the […]

Social Activists Express Concerns About Changing Demographics of Oak Park

OAK PARK — While a summit was taking place in the Guild Theater in Oak Park hosting “house flippers,” wholesalers, and commercial-resident landlords, a diverse group of individuals on the outside of the facility were letting them know that predators who prey on their neighborhood are not welcome. Led by the Sacramento Black Lives Movement […]

Laugh Unlimited Comedy Show Features Regina Givens And Esau McGraw

DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — Join Green Tech for its “Comedy Show Fundraiser” on March 3 at Laughs Unlimited in Old Sacramento. The show opens at 8:00 p.m. with comedians Regina Givens and Esau McGraw. The fund-raising proceeds go toward students building 10 portable solar lighting systems and sending them to orphanages, schools and clinics in Haiti. […]

Kings Failed To Stop San Antonio’s “Machine,” Lose 108-92

NORTH NATOMAS — Before the Sacramento Kings played the San Antonio Spurs in a nationally televised game at Sleep Train Arena on Feb. 24, head coach George Karl referred to the southwest team from Texas as a well-oiled “machine.” The Spurs, for the fifth straight time, showed the Kings just how mechanical they are by […]

‘Concussion’s’ Dr. Bennet Omalu To Discuss Head Trauma In Oak Park

OAK PARK — Dr. Bennet Omalu, the focus of the film “Concussion,” is the next guest at IndiviZible’s Speaker Series on Monday, Feb. 22, at the Guild Theater. The event in Oak Park starts at 6:00 p.m. and runs to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 for non-members and free to youth ages 17 and under. […]