GAME OF THE WEEK
VIDEO: Unbeaten Folsom Marches into Playoffs Topping Del Oro

VIDEO: Unbeaten Folsom Marches into Playoffs Topping Del Oro

The Folsom Bulldogs easily handled the Del Oro Golden Eagles 62-21 in the Sierra-Foothill League (SFL) keeping its unbeaten league record untarnished and marching into the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs with its #1 ranking intact. The playoff brackets for football...

LISTEN UP

Live Wire Showcases “The Forgotten Theatre Company”

Live Wire Showcases “The Forgotten Theatre Company”

This Wednesday May 30 on Access Sacramento's Live Wire show, host Ray Tatar interviews the director of the most recent theatrical production by "The Forgotten Theatre Company" and we enjoy four of the stars in a scene from their latest show. Tune in Wed. May 30 at 5pm...

Musical Youth- Part 1 on Listen Up! Sacramento

Musical Youth- Part 1 on Listen Up! Sacramento

Musical Youth- Part 1 Listen Up! Sacramento has featured many young musicians over the years. These creative and musically talented kids have often been seen performing at the Jammies and Skip’s Stairway to Stardom. Most of them have now grown up and gone off to...

“Fo’Shang’s Thang”  on Listen Up! Sacramento

“Fo’Shang’s Thang” on Listen Up! Sacramento

“Fo’Shang’s Thang”  on Listen Up! Sacramento Listen Up! Sacramento presents “Fo’Shang’s Thang” with Poet, Vincent Kobelt. We introduced you to Fo’Shang a couple years ago and they’re back with a new line up and neo- poetic style. The band includes Poet, Vincent Kobelt...

“Amiah”

“Amiah”

“Amiah” Listen Up! Sacramento is happy to present Amiah. She is a young lady with an amazing voice that may make you think you’re listening to a seasoned performer. At the young age of 9 she began her singing career and now, at age 13 she performs for Listen Up!...

“The Hey Nows!”

“The Hey Nows!”

“The Hey Nows!” on Listen Up! Sacramento Listen Up! Sacramento is happy to present “The Hey Nows!”. The group is comprised of a handful of local multi-talented musicians lead by Lee Milhous and Roger Trott. Their style is a bit of southern rock, classic rock, and a...

Brian Chris Rogers on Listen Up! Sacramento

Brian Chris Rogers on Listen Up! Sacramento

Brian Rogers This week Listen Up! Sacramento is happy to present Brian Rogers. He is a one man band in best way possible. No harmonicas taped to bass drums are mounted on his shoulders. Brian uses the ‘loop’ system on his electronic device and creates an awesome...

Listen Up! Sacramento “Storytellers: Part 2”

Listen Up! Sacramento “Storytellers: Part 2”

Storytellers Part 2                     Listen Up! Sacramento has created medley programs featuring many of our past guests. This episode features some of our favorite local storytellers. Guests on this episode include...

Listen Up! Sacramento: Flashback #20

Listen Up! Sacramento: Flashback #20

Flashback #20 Get ready to go back to the early 90’s with Listen Up! Sacramento. We’ve compiled several great performances from the Oak Park Concert Series that originally aired in 1990 and 1991. Performances include John Heartsman and his blues band (1991), Pancho...

Xochitl

Xochitl

Xochitl Listen Up! Sacramento proudly brings you “Xochitl”. She is a local guitarist and songwriter who recently traveled the country to return and perform just for you on Listen Up. She has an honest and lovely personality and brings that to her music. She plays...

LIVE WIRE

Social Distancing Theater Wednesday at 5 PM Channel 17

Host Ray Tatar chats with Promoter Barbara Ray from Music and Arts Sacramento to talk about the new Social Distancing Theater. Jessica Malone first performer for Social Distancing Theater at Cal Stage Social Distance Theater starts this Saturday, July 4th, and will...

Virtual Theatre Wednesday June 24th at 5 PM Channel 17

Host Ray Tatar chats with Elise Hodge from EMH Productions and The Artist's Collective. This innovative group is debuting a new play written for Zoom creating a virtual experience. Lonon Smith brings a play created to be performed on Zoom. "In the world of paper...

A Reason to Dance on Live Wire Wednesday at 5 PM Channel 17

It is time to get up and dance as Host Ray Tatar talks live with the Sacramento Ballet Artist Director Amy Seiwert. We will be catching up with the ballet and talking to them about what we can look forward to this summer. The Sacramento Ballet has been dancing against...

Cooking with a Purpose Live Wire Wednesday at 5 PM Channel 17

This week Ray Tatar meets up with Kerin Gould from Produce with a Purpose. Kerin will be cooking up a delicious healthy dish that you can create in your own home. Produce with a Purpose helps educate people about fresh produce and its disease-fighting and preventative...

Creating in a New Reality, May 6th at 5 PM Channel 17

This week on LiveWire hosts Ray Tatar sits down for a virtual chat with Access Sacramento’s Executive Director, Gary Martin. This is his first interview since he announced the call for A Place Called Sacramento scripts, which now has its 10 winners to be announced on...

NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS

America’s Youth Mental Health Crisis

America’s Youth Mental Health Crisis

America is in the midst of a youth mental health crisis, what can we do about it? Over 20% of youth in Juvenile or Foster systems felt unsafe, 30% experienced some kind of traumatic event, and 74% were either homeless or in unsafe living conditions after they were...

Local Activist On SCUSD Sacramento Police Contract

Local Activist On SCUSD Sacramento Police Contract

The Sacramento City Unified School District heard comments recently regarding the renewal of a school resource officer (or SRO) contract with the Sacramento Police Department. This discussion has been taking place for years with many community members advocating for...

What is the Decolonization Project?

What is the Decolonization Project?

"The Decolonization Project is a collective, but it is an open collective because it's more of an idea."   These are the words of Mariana Ixchel Moscoso, founder of the Decolonization Project. The collective was formed nearly two years ago, and has since gone on...

Chill Sacramento

Chill Sacramento

When identifying emotional stress, the approach to reasoning first starts with an outlet such as music, art, working out, or leisure activities like watching tv. With many businesses still operating on a reduced time schedule, the alternative of online interaction has...

Social Distancing Theater Wednesday at 5 PM Channel 17

Host Ray Tatar chats with Promoter Barbara Ray from Music and Arts Sacramento to talk about the new Social Distancing Theater. Jessica Malone first performer for Social Distancing Theater at Cal Stage Social Distance Theater starts this Saturday, July 4th, and will...

Neighborhood Updates

Neighborhood Updates

With the COVID-19 pandemic and the death of George Floyd, a local Sacramento group, the South Oak Park Community Association (SOPCA) in partnership with the Oak park chapter of the Black Child Legacy Campaign have curated events such as youth workforce development,...

Colonial Statues Reconsidered And Removed In Sacramento

Colonial Statues Reconsidered And Removed In Sacramento

People around the world recognize their country's colonial history in many different ways. In the United States, many colonizers are commemorated through statues, and many buildings and towns bearing their names. Throughout Sacramento, the name of John Sutter can be...

The Sacramento Police budget set to increase in July

The Sacramento Police budget set to increase in July

In the wake of police protests and riots in Sacramento the city proposed a budget that would give the Sacramento Police Department a $10 million dollar budget increase which would go into effect on July 1st.   The Police budget needs to be increased for a variety...

ACCESSLOCAL FILM

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Access Sacramento presents full televised coverage of the stage presentations and world premiere of 10 original 10-minute movies as part of the 20th annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival beginning Friday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. The program presents the...

The Gift – 2018 “A Place Called Sacramento” Film Festival

“The Gift” by Ritu Atwal pcsTheGift@gmail.com A young woman discovers that the greatest gift we can give to those we love, is honesty. Awards: "BEST ACTRESS in a LEADING ROLE" Rachel Brown "BEST ACTRESS in a SUPPORTING ROLE" Oliva Pratt "BEST EDITING" by Jag Sandju...

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