Experience “Symphonic Serenity” This Friday Evening

By Chris Narloch

Who isn’t stressed out by the end of the work week? This Friday, you can actually do something about it when a revolutionary new experience known as Symphonic Serenity comes to Sacramento for the first time.

Symphonic Serenity is an experiential project that combines the restorative effects of both music and silence. Guided by five-time ASCAP Award-winning conductor Eugene Castillo, and assisted by Sacramento-based cellist Susan Lamb Cook, audience members are invited to listen deeply to short excerpts of music followed by silence, repeating the process for approximately an hour and a half.

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A Beastly Good Movie At The Tower

By Betu Herrera Case

Turbulent ocean waves open the new British film “Beast,” where uneasiness and mistrust prevail throughout the outstanding, twisting and turning story, written by first time director Michael Pearce.

At times violent but always gripping, we watch the who-done-it murder mystery with our breath held in until the final unexpected shot.

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See A Movie This Memorial Day

By Chris Narloch

With many folks getting three days off this weekend and a new “Star Wars” film in theaters, it seemed like the perfect time to run some new reviews, of “Solo” and several other titles you can see if you want to avoid the long lines for that Memorial weekend blockbuster.

Solo: A Star Wars Story

While we wait for the next real “Star Wars” movie to come out, there is “Solo” to enjoy, which is the latest “Star Wars” side project to reach theaters.

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Equality California Endorses Congressional Candidates in Four Competitive California Districts

May 16, 2018 - LOS ANGELES

With early voting underway ahead of California’s June 5th primary election, Equality California, the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ civil rights organization, announced the endorsements of four pro-equality candidates in some of the state’s most competitive Congressional districts: Michael Eggman in CA-10, Harley Rouda in CA-48, Sara Jacobs in CA-49 and Ammar Campa-Najjar in CA-50.

“The road to a pro-equality majority in the U.S. House of Representatives runs right through California,” said Equality California Executive Director Rick Zbur. “On behalf of our 800,000 members, we’re proud to stand with these exceptional Congressional candidates and appreciate their commitment to stand with the LGBTQ community in the fight for full equality and social justice.”

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Rainbows Are Out for Sunday’s Davis Pride Run and Festival

They’re painting the town in rainbows ­– literally ­– to celebrate Davis Pride, and to welcome more than 1,500 people for the fourth annual fun run and festival on Sunday, May 20.

On Mother’s Day, Davis Pride volunteers painted two crosswalks with rainbow colors, leading pedestrians to Davis’ Central Park, the event’s venue. On Friday morning, they will use temporary chalk paint to stripe nine more crosswalks.

The free festival, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will fill the park with music, food and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

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