Arts & Culture
Here are five spots that’ll aid you on your way to pottery mastery.
The age old tradition of combining a live stage act amongst the dinner tables that dates back to the early 1950’s is still alive and well all over the United States, including Sacramento.
Are you looking for something different to do with your children? Here are some great ideas.
Are you looking to buy a new musical instrument, learn to sing, or a rent an instrument for your student? Or maybe you want to get some sheet music to play on the instrument you have. Here you will find a variety of music stores offering all of this and more.
Stand Up is one of the most pure forms of comedy, and Sacramento hasn’t forgotten that we need laughter. From the top shelf, national comics to the amateur instructional venues, here are some top spots to get your chuckle on in Sac Town.
Explore the world from Sacramento while learning languages such as Japanese, Farsi, German, Spanish and Italian.
Taking a walking art tour in Sacramento can be complicated, only because of the rich art environment in the city. Planning your walk ahead of time means more time enjoying the art work. Of course, some of the art is the cityscape itself, and on the walls of buildings. Museums, galleries, public art, it’s all here, just waiting for you to show up.
The Sacramento Pride Festival and Parade is one of the most popular and well-attended events in the area, bringing the community out for a vibrantly colorful day of music, dance, art, food, shopping and entertainment. Wear plenty of sunscreen, as the hot and exciting day always features plenty of sunshine.
Not everyone has an actual camera, but most people have a smartphone. That smartphone generally comes with a camera built in and they’ve progressed to being very capable additions to the picture taking world.
Looking for family-friendly museum exhibits to take your kids to this summer? Check out one of these awesome spots in Sacramento.
Looking for some interesting museum exhibits in Sacramento? Mark these five events on your calendar to check out during 2015.
This episode of Foursquare on The Pin covers New York City’s new Whitney Museum and other art favorites.