Kings Tumultuous Season Finally Comes to an End

LOS ANGELES — The Sacramento Kings end their regular season on a good note by beating the Los Angeles Lakers 122-99 at the Staple Center on April 15. Ben McLemore lead the Kings with 24 points, seven assists, and five rebounds for the Kings. Derrick Williams had 22 points and six rebounds and Ray McCallum […]

Eric Guerra Claims City Council District 6 Seat

EAST SACRAMENTO — Eric Guerra had little trouble beating two-time candidate Bruce Pomer for the vacant Sacramento City Council District 6 seat in the special election on Tuesday. Guerra, 36, had 3,758 votes (61.59 percent) to Pomer’s 2,334 (38.25) votes with all 26 precincts accounted for. Guerra will finish out the two-year term vacated by […]

April 7th Special Election for Sacramento City Council District Seat

EAST SACRAMENTO — Sacramento City Council’s District 6 special election is April 7. Eric Guerra and Bruce Pomer are vying to replace Kevin McCarty who was elected to the State Assembly last November. In regard to the City Charter, the candidate who receives the most votes during the “Special Municipal Election” shall fill the vacant […]

Andrew Young Shares His Thoughts and Civil Rights Experiences

OAK PARK — Civil rights icon Andrew Jackson Young Jr. has experienced and accomplished many, many things in his lifetime. While he was a close confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Young practically learned the social mentally of America — and he’s not afraid to talk about the good and the bad side of […]

Ambassador Andrew Young to speak at Indivizible

OAK PARK — IndiviZible’s Speaker Series welcomes former U.S. Ambassador Andrew J. Young, Jr., as its guest on Wednesday, March 25, at the Guild Theatre in Oak Park. Sacramento Mayor will conduct a 0ne-on-one, talk show format with Young. Ticket prices for this event varies up to $20 and runs from 6:00 7:30 p.m. […]

Urban Leauge hosts Diversity Job Fair 2015

DEL PASO HEIGHTS — For job seekers looking for great employment opportunities be sure to drop by the Greater Sacramento Urban League’s 2015 Diversity Job Fair. The job fair is Thursday, March 26 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., at the Sacramento Convention Center in spacious Exhibit Hall D. RT bus passes are available. Applicants […]

McClatchy Girls head to State Championships. Sac High Boys head home

NORTH NATOMAS — Sacramento’s C.K. McClatchy High’s varsity girls basketball team is on its way to the state championships at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley on March 28. C.K. McClatchy won the Division I NorCal Championships by beating El Dorado Hill’s Oak Ridge 58-49 in a spirited game at Sleep Train Arena on March 21. This […]

Sac High Earns Trip to NorCal Championships

OAK PARK — Sacramento High School’s boys basketball team beat St. Mary’s of Stockton 85-60 March 17 to earn a trip to the Division II Nor Cal Championships at Sleep Train Arena. Sac High will face the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs for the Nor Cal title on March 21 at Sleep Train Arena. The Monarchs downed […]

Koon’s $7.5 Million ‘Coloring Book’ Approved By City Council

DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento City Council voted 7-0 in favor of purchasing a $7.5 million sculpture by Jeff Koons to be placed in front of the new Entertainment and Sports Center in downtown Sacramento. City Councilmembers Jeff Harris, Steve Hansen, Jay Schenirer, Angelique Ashby, Larry Carr, Allen Wayne Warren, and Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson […]

Theater Review: In the Red and Brown Water

EAST SACRAMENTO — Notably, the theatrical turning point for Celebration Arts Theatre’s stage presentation of Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “In the Red and Brown Water” undoubtedly occurred during rehearsals. A conducive briefing about the nature of the play, which is part of a trilogy of dramatic compositions, triggered an engaging and sustainable experience that flow smoothly […]