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Alternative,Dance Club,Indie
Combining punk abandon and tightly-coiled dance music has always been bonded into the DNA of !!! (pronounced Chk-Chk-Chk). It's this core plus their growth and mastery of songwriting that has seen them outlive the mid-2000s 'indie/dance punk' tag and has allowed them to consistently grow lyrically and sonically from album to album. As If is their most transcendent collection of songs yet.
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"Anybody’s Spring” CD Release Concert: Sherri Roberts Sings
“Stylistically, Roberts bears a significant resemblance to gin ’n’ satin seductress Julie London. But where London’s voice was distant as a winter moon, Roberts’ is all dappled sunshine. . . shimmering delicacy. . . Enchanting.” - Christopher Loudon, JazzTimes Vocalist Sherri Roberts celebrates the release of her newest cd, Anybody’s Spring, a jazzy tribute to everyone’s favorite season. Her 5th album as a leader and her third for Pacific Coast Jazz/ Blue House Recordings swings from the jazz compositions of Clifford Brown and Tadd Dameron to the standard and not-so standard fare of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Hoagy Carmichael and Blossom Dearie favorite- Bob Haymes. Drawing material from the cd and beyond, her performance at Blue Note Napa promises to be a spring lover’s dream come true! A leading torchbearer for the less-is-more school of jazz singing, Roberts owes a debt to “cool” vocalists like Helen Merrill, Irene Kral, and Chet Baker. Her velvet voice, laid-back phrasing, and understated delivery veil an uncommon depth of feeling and a deep understanding of lyric and nuance. As Kirk Silsbee of the Los Angeles City Beat so rightly says of Sherri, “She’s a breath of fresh air…pure and unaffected.”
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"Invasion of the Body Snatchers" At the Drive-In
Tickets for the 1956 classic INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS at the DRIVE-IN on Friday, May 12 at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair are now on sale! Come early to grab a spot, dine as the sun sets with one of our preferred vendors, and buy a glass or two of wine and beer to further support our educational and cultural programming. Bring your binky and all your friends....if you dare! Movie starts at 8:15. Food and drink available for purchase: Pick's, Abbie's Tacqueria, and Flour Girl, PLUS wine and beer from the AVFS cellar!
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Stand Up Comedy
#Hellafunny Comedy Night: Stroy Moyd
Stroy Moyd is a comedian from Oakland. He’s opened for the likes of Dave Chappelle, Tracy Morgan, the Wayans Brothers and Hannibal Buress. He's a three-time winner of the Fresh Faces Comedy Competition at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood, and has performed at SF Sketchfest and numerous comedy festivals around the country.
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Gay and Lesbian, Gallery, Art Show
10 Queer Years
Join us for 10 Queer Years an art exhibit where past become present, when queer and transgender alumni look back on the last decade to celebrate Sacramento State PRIDE Center's 10th birthday. Work by Peter Benson, Jamil Moises Liban-Ortanez, and Rob Fatal. Exhibit Dates: April 24th- May 18th Time: M-F 10:30-3:30 PM plus special evening hours W/Th 5 pm- 8 pm Cost: FREE Reception & Artist Lecture: Thursday, April 27th, 2017 Special Artist Lecture from 5-6 PM in the University Union Hinde Auditorium featuring Peter Benson and Rob Fatal Opening Reception 6-8 PM in the University Union Gallery Cost: FREE Parking: FREE on the top floor of Parking Structure III
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106.5 The End's EndFest 2017
Raley Field hosts the return of 106.5 The End’s EndFest, its summer kickoff concert of top-40 stars. Halsey will headline; also performing will be DNCE, Fifth Harmony, Austn Mahone, Noah Cyrus, Alex Aiona and others. The show will also feature guest sets from Sacramento-area DJs Billy Lane, Nick G and Peeti-V. This is the station's first major event since moving to its new frequency, at 106.5 FM, in February, from its original home at 107.9.
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10th Annual California Hall of Fame Artifact Exhibit
Highlighting the lives and legacies of inductees into the 10th class of California Hall of Fame inductees, this all new exhibit features artifacts and ephemera on loan from the inductees’ personal collections. Notable artifacts include Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones costume from “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (1981); George Takei’s Hikaru Sulu costume from “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” (1986); Isabel Allende’s Presidential Medal of Freedom for Literature awarded by President Barack Obama in 2014; Corita Kent’s original silk screen serigraphs “Yes #3” from 1979 and more.
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10th Annual Golf & Guitars Country Music Festival
The Haggin Oaks Golf Complex and KNCI 105.1 FM will host the 10th annual Golf & Guitars Music Festival and Children’s Charity Concert on May 15 and May 16. An outdoor concert for VIP ticketholders and golfers will be held at 6 pm May 15. May 16 events include the Children’s Charity Golf Tournament at 10 am (check-in starts at 8:30), a VIP dinner at 5 pm, a silent auction at 5 and another concert at 6. Golf & Guitars is a celebrity pro-am golf tournament and concert featuring nationally recognized and majo- label country music artists that raises money for two children's charities in Sacramento. Each golfer in the tournament gets to play with one of the celebrities and then gets a seat next to the stage where these artists will perform. Some of country’s most popular acts, up-and-coming artists and songwriters are all donating their time to help raise funds for children’s charities.
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12th Annual Gold Rush Writers’ Conference
The 12th Annual Gold Rush Writers’ Conference will be held in the Gold Country town of Mokelumne Hill, at the Hotel Leger. The conference’s goal is to provide creative writers of all levels a chance to participate one-on-one with established professionals through workshops, lectures, panels and readings. Limited to approximately 80 participants, the conference prides itself on its intimacy and charm. Opportunities abound for networking and developing community with like-minded individuals who share a passion for the written word. Even those who just love to listen are encouraged to attend. The conference was founded in 2005 by New York Times best-selling author and Mokelumne Hill resident Antoinette May with the help of a dedicated group of fellow writers, and the conference will kick off May 5 with a picnic supper in a Victorian garden at her home. Several renowned authors and poets will be among the faculty.
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14th Annual El Dorado Hills Art, Beer & Wine Festival
11am – 5pm, El Dorado Hills Town Center. Formerly the Art & Wine Affair, The 14th Annual El Dorado Hills Art, Beer & Wine Festival will feature over 80 artists displaying their fine-art along the thoroughfare of Town Center Boulevard. 25+ of the regions wineries & craft breweries will be pouring for paid tastings Saturday & Sunday. Admission is free and tasting kits can be purchased on their website. Benefiting the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce. For more information or to purchase tasting kits, visit
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