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. […]

Sacramento Kings Still Have Chance To “Make Some Noise” In 29 Games

NORTH NATOMAS — The Sacramento Kings let go assistant coach Vance Walberg from his duties on Wednesday, Feb. 17, nearly a year after hiring him to work alongside of head coach George Karl. The move, two days before the Kings take on the Denver Nuggets at Sleep Train Arena, was necessary, said Vice President of […]

Shaq Thompson Says Carolina Panthers Will “Bounce Back”

SANTA CLARA — More than 71,000 spectators, with beautiful weather to basked in, witnessed the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. This particular Super Bowl played out and into the hands of the defenses while both quarterbacks were basically non factors, despite the Denver […]

E’Twaun Moore Scorches Kings for 24, Bulls Trip Sacramento 107-102 For Victory

NORTH NATOMAS — The Sacramento Kings have a terrible habit of letting so-called, non-factor players from opposing teams have career nights in Sleep Train Arena this season. On Feb. 3, it was the Chicago Bulls E’Twaun Moore who averages 5.1 points per game. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard, in his fourth season out of Purdue, had […]

CBS Sports Ready To Roll Out Solid Coverage For Super Bowl 50

SAN FRANCISCO — CBS Sports Network has aired 18 Super Bowls for the National Football League (NFL), including the first sporting event that was played between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 15, 1966. On Sunday, Feb. 7, the sports network has the dutiful honor to broadcast Super Bowl 50 as […]

Proposed Legislation Aimed To Combat Human Trafficking

SACRAMENTO — For almost two decades, the city of Sacramento and other municipalities across the state have been faced with increases in human trafficking. Assemblymember Jim Cooper, D-Elk Grove, along with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office, crime victim’s families, and bill supporters, announced the introduction of human trafficking legislation in Sacramento at the State […]

Cousins Scores 56, But Kings Fall To Hornets 129-128 In Double Overtime

NORTH NATOMAS — Reserve guard Troy Daniels made a lay up and a 3-point shot with nine seconds left in double-overtime to give his Charlotte Hornets a 129-128 victory over the Sacramento Kings in double overtime on Monday, Jan. 25, at Sleep Train Arena. The Hornets stopped the Kings’ five-game winning streak and did it […]