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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

LIVE WIRE WEDNESDAY MAR 3RD 5PM ON CH. 17 CMAVM

This Wednesday on Live Wire, the CMAVM returns to have a more in depth discussion with Ray Tatar on the memorial and its committee.  Known as “El Soldado”, the California Mexican American Veteran Memorial (CMAVM) dedicates Latino Veterans; Men & Women serving in...

Live Wire! Wednesday Feb 10th 5pm on Ch. 17 “Re-Imagine”

Live Wire features the B Street Theatre's "Re-Imagine"  with host Ray Tatar this Wednesday at 5pm on ch. 17.   B Street Theatre's virtual show "Re-Imagine" is a new social justice series that showcases various plays readings, music, dance, poetry, movie screenings and...

NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS

New COVID Cases in Sacramento

New COVID Cases in Sacramento

The mask mandate was lifted on March 1 in Sacramento, but the coronavirus disease hasn’t gone away yet. It is getting kind of rare to see a mask out in the world. And yet, last week one of my meetings was canceled due to COVID shutting down a site. Current statistics...

Cooling Centers in Sacramento Area

Cooling Centers in Sacramento Area

Alchemist Community Development Corporation, or Alchemist CDC, is  a nonprofit located in Sacramento dedicated to feeding those without access to a meal. With temperatures reaching over 100 degrees in the coming weeks, they have also started offering another service...

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Kayle Melicher

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Kayle Melicher

Written by: Kayle Melicher Who am I? Well that’s a good question. I am the type of girl who is described as optimistic, I love to see the positive in a situation. I am the girl who believes that there can be hope even when hope seems to be all lost. So this article is...

Guide to Sacramento Pride

Guide to Sacramento Pride

By Bella Richmond: Sacramento Pride showed up this year for a spectacular celebration! Pride month is in June to honor the Stonewall riot on Jun. 28, 1969. According to the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Making History exhibit, patrons of the Stonewall Inn in...

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Lonnie Ford

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Lonnie Ford

Written by Lonnie Ford A (n)oun that is defined as noble, ready. Often, when asked to introduce ourselves, we tend to introduce ourselves by our age, birthplace, career and academic attributes, and another person’s perception of who they think we are. It is then we...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Written by: Bella Richmond My name is Bella, and I am a new Neighborhood Youth Reporter (NYR). The Neighborhood Youth Reporters work for Access Sacramento. Access is a local nonprofit, providing television and radio content. I will write about relevant issues that...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Written by Isaac Davis:   My name is Isaac Davis; I was born and raised in Sacramento, California.  I am currently a rising senior at Laguna Creek High School.   I'm engaged in various groups and organizations at my high school, which allow me to participate...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Written by Harlan Gonzales Hello! My name is Harlan Gonzales. I am a student at Sacramento City College studying Computer Science. When I am not studying, I am usually working as a supervisor at a coffee shop. Although my schedule tends to stay busy, I still find time...

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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...

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