Mike Tyson has not always been kind to ears. As a matter of fact, it was on this day in 1997 when he was banned from boxing for biting the ear of Evander Holyfield – not once, but twice – during a bizarre match on June 28, 1997 billed as “The Sound and the Fury.”
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If you’re making plans for Valentine’s Day, we’ve put together some of our favorite performances during the month of February to make planning your date night a little easier.
According to Shakespeare, “all the world is a stage.” That statement is so true in Sacramento and the surrounding region thanks to a number of amateur theatre groups performing here.
The Sacramento Ballet’s 2011-2012 season features new and returning favorites through spring 2012, with classic, contemporary, and new works on display for ballet lovers and newbies alike.
This year, immerse yourself in the excitement of the holidays by attending any number of shows and events to put you in the festive spirit.
The fourteenth annual Sacramento Arts Festival will be held November 4 – 6 at the Sacramento Convention Center. Festival goers will be able to do a little early holiday shopping and browse the wares created by more than 225 artists and craftspeople.
Fall is the perfect time to enjoy great stories, great performances and great characters on stage. Check
out our theatre picks for this season, and let the plays begin.
Sacramento has a flourishing art scene and you don’t have to dip into your savings account to enjoy it. There are many art exhibits and performances in the area that can be enjoyed without spending a dime.
This is a perfect time to see a local play outdoors or attend a big festival. Check out these venues
around Sacramento for local arts and entertainment.