Young Country Gets Cool
Years ago, Reba McEntire hit is big with a song about being country, when country wasn’t cool. We cant say for sure if country has, since then, lost its cool, but with fresh, new talent, like Sam Hunt on the scene. Country music has really started to gain some street cred. Our own, Chris Narloch, has taken a listen Sam and Kacey Musgraves and has some great things to say about their music, their talent and more. Check it out on page 12.
The July 9 Issue of Outword is Out Now
The late, but incomparable, Amy Winehouse graces the cover of this issue of Outword because of a new documentary, “Amy,” that is now playing at the Crest Theatre. Our very own, Chris Narloch, writes about the new film and he also looks back fondly upon his very first listen to Amy’s second album. If you were, or even still are, a fan of Ms. Winehouse, check out this article, and check out the documentary.
Summer Has Officially Arrived!
Summer is here in Sacramento, and there are so many things to do, even if we don't have a whole lot of water..! This issue of Outword is chocked full of fun stuff, things to do, places to see and shows you just don’t want to miss.
Good Times, Great Event, Happy Pride
So another successful Pride has come and gone. The streets are open, everything is put away and the planning will begin soon for next year’s event. However, that does not diminish the fun we had, and the camaraderie that was felt all day Pride Saturday. The entertainment this year was also top notch, and the main headliner, Belinda Carlisle, graces our cover with a picture taken during her performance. She, as well as all the rest of the entertainers, treated us to wonderful performances that we are sure to remember for years!
The Official Sac Pride Guide is inside the new issue of Outword.
This morning I sat down with the brand new issue of Outword. It’s our annual Sacramento Pride issue, it includes Sacramento Pride’s official program. I have been working with, making, arranging and laying out the stuff that’s in this issue for weeks now, but I still managed to be taken somewhat aback by the size and quality of the content inside its 68 pages.
Page 1 of 27«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»