Don’t Miss the 27th Annual Oak Park Summer Concert

OAK PARK – Every year, hundreds of locals fill McClatchy Park for an annual concert, despite Sacramento’s oppressive, sometimes triple digit heat. This year they’ll have some Suga T to keep them cool. The Bay Area based rapper singer will perform during the 27th Annual Oak Park Summer Concert set for Saturday, August 3. The […]

Jazz in the Courtyard Series Presents: Lloyd Gregory

SACRAMENTO – Bay Area musician Lloyd Gregory is looking to jazz up the capital city. The guitar afficianado comes to Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum Thursday, June 20 for its Jazz in the Courtyard series. The show is set to run 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Gregory, based in San Francisco, is an award winning master of […]

Kings Stars Past & Present Headline Long Live The Kings Rally

SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Kings today announced programming details for the LONG LIVE THE KINGS RALLY presented by Sleep Train Mattress Centers, which will take place on Thursday, May 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Cesar Chavez Park in Downtown Sacramento. Kings legends Chris Webber and Mitch Richmond are set to join Sacramento […]

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services to Host Career & Job Development Fair

SACRAMENTO – Locals looking for work get a boost from the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services (SFBFS) on Saturday, May 18, as it hosts a Career and Job Development Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The event is designed to offer career resources and expose individuals to local businesses with entry level positions. […]

Black Scientists Host Field Trip To Inspire Youth

DAVIS – A local organization is giving local African American students a chance to meet with and be inspired by those in the fields of science and engineering. The Northern California Council of Black Professional Engineers has joined forces with UC Davis to present the 2013 Science and Engineering Field Trip on Saturday, April 20. […]

Emerge: 7 Women 7 Stools

SACRAMENTO – Each person will walk away from her play with something different, but playwright Delilah Rashell Williams, hopes that everyone will “emerge” better than they were upon entering the theater. Williams brings “Emerge: 7 Women 7 Stools,” which she co-wrote with local vocalist Kitty Griffin, to Sacramento’s The Center at Twenty Three-Hundred Friday, April […]

“Insane” Wayne Headlines African Fiesta Benefit

SACRAMENTO – The realities of war are no laughing matter, but comedian Insane Wayne is lending humor to a good cause. Insane Wayne, also known as DeWayne Jackson headlines the African Fiesta benefit being held at the Sierra 2 Center on Saturday, March 2. The benefit, set to run 6:00-11:00 p.m., is being hosted by […]

Laker Great, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Speak at UOP

STOCKTON – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) all-time leading scorer, a best-selling author and historian, will speak at University of the Pacific as part of the 2013 Black History Month Celebration. He will discuss lessons he learned as a professional athlete, his accomplishments since he retired from playing basketball and his love of […]