SIGLFF • Stage • Movies • Music • Festivals
So much more.
This issue is Outword’s 21st Annual Arts and Entertainment issue, and it is always a pleasure to produce, but as Sacramento grows into a full-featured, cosmopolitan, California city in its own right, the words of our Arts Editor, Chris Narloch, express, so perfectly, how we feel…
“As Outword’s Arts Editor, I know how fortunate I am to get to enjoy all the plays, movies and concerts that I routinely get to write about and review. It’s an honor to cover the arts in Sacramento at a time when they seem to be thriving locally.”
Ariana Grande Is “The Dangerous Woman” and She's Coming to Sacramento
Multi-platinum selling and Grammy Award-nominated artist, Ariana Grande, has revealed details behind her biggest tour yet - THE DANGEROUS WOMAN TOUR.
Within less than a year, ARIANA GRANDE captured No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 twice-first with her Republic Records debut "Yours Truly" and also with its 2014 follow-up, "My Everything."
SF’s award-winning dance troupe, Nā Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu, presents The Natives Are Restless
Kumu Hula Patrick Makuakāne and his award-winning dance troupe, Nā Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu, have announced the company’s return to the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre this Fall for four performances only (October 15–23) of The Natives Are Restless, a thrilling new reiteration of the troupe’s iconic show that originally premiered in 1996.
A full-length, multimedia production with several of the original groundbreaking numbers, The Natives Are Restless will also feature 15 new choreographed pieces, as well as live music provided by music duo Kūpaoa.
Remembering Patty Blomberg
"Condom cart on SCC quad #Thursday," tweeted Sacramento City College (SCC) Public Health Instructor Patty Blomberg on September 15th. Patty was promoting the Protect Your Panther condom cart that distributes condoms and health information on campus.
Unfortunately, it was Patty's last tweet. Patty died this past Saturday (Sept. 17, 2016) night in a car accident.
Paula Poundstone is good for your mental health
by Colt McGraw
"I've been doing this for 37 years," says comedy legend Paula Poundstone during our phone conversation to promote her Sacramento appearance this Saturday evening at the Crest Theatre.
Over the years, Poundstone has appeared on Carson, Letterman, HBO and now has taken up residence with NPR's hit program, “Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!” Last year, Paula successfully lent her voice to Disney's wildly successful film, “Inside Out.”
I asked this funny-lady how she's been able to stay successful for so long, and she replied, "I don't know how to do anything else. That's the driving force."
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