'People Find Connection, Joy Here': Crocker Art Museum Reopens To Public, Showcases More Diverse ArtistsThe Crocker Art Museum is framing its reopening around a new exhibit showcasing a more diverse group of artists.
Kane Brown To Kick Off His ‘Blessed And Free’ Tour In Sacramento At The Golden 1 Center Come OctoberCountry music star Kane Brown will be among the first major artists to wake the Golden 1 Center from its concert slumber later this year.
WATCH: Drywaller Danny Returns On An All-New 'Tough As Nails'Drywaller Danny makes his triumphant return on an all-new 'Tough As Nails.'
WATCH: The Stars Of 'B Positive,' 'MOM,' 'United States Of Al' And 'Young Sheldon' Share Their Best BloopersThe stars of 'B Positive,' 'MOM,' 'United States Of Al' and 'Young Sheldon' highlight CBS' Thursday night lineup this April Fool's Day.
CBS Will Be The Home Of The Daytime Emmy Awards Through 2022This will also mark the first time since 2008 that one network will broadcast both the Daytime and Primetime Emmy Awards in the same year. CBS last hosted both specials in 2005.
Marnee Carpenter On Catherine Martin And Clarice's Long-Awaited Reunion: 'It's A Doozy'Marnee Carpenter stars in the latest episode of 'Clarice' titled "How Does It Feel To Be So Beautiful."
Derrick Kosinki And Jisela Delgado On 'The Challenge: All Stars': 'Coming With A Different Kind Of Heat''The Challenge: All Stars' comes to Paramount+ on April 1st.
'CSI: Vegas' Ordered By CBS, Long-Awaited Sequel To 'CSI''CSI: Vegas' will be coming to CBS, the long-awaited sequel to the global sensation 'CSI.'
‘Arrested Development’ Star Jessica Walter Dies At 80Longtime actress Jessica Walter, best known for her role as Lucille Bluth in the comedy series “Arrested Development,” has passed away at the age of 80.
Paramount+ Now Exclusive English-Language Home To CONCACAF World Cup QualifiersThe ViacomCBS streaming platform is now the exclusive English-language home to 79 matches from CONCACAF qualifying play on the road to the World Cup in 2022.
‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘Goldbergs’ Star George Segal Dies At 87George Segal, the banjo player turned actor who was nominated for an Oscar for 1966′s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” and starred in the ABC sitcom “The Goldbergs,” died Tuesday in Santa Rosa, California, his wife said. He was 87.
Legoland To Reopen April 1After being shuttered for over a year, Legoland has become the latest Southern California theme park to announce a reopening date.
Movie Theaters Reopening In Sacramento RegionEnjoying your favorite flick could mean getting off the couch and calling a few friends for an in-person movie experience.
Outside Lands 2021 Scheduled For Halloween WeekendAfter last year’s event was canceled due to the pandemic, organizers of Outside Lands announced the 2021 festival would take place in Golden Gate Park on Halloween weekend.
CBS Releases 'This Is CBS Remixed' From GRAMMY Award-Winning Composer CIDThe songs, which are available on all digital service providers, incorporate the iconic "This is CBS" voiceover slogan and the network's new five note mnemonic.