Arts & Entertainment

Culinary masters compete in Roseville at Top Chef

Saturday May 17 was a good day for the culinary community in Roseville as eight of its top chefs competed in an event at California Backyard.  These food masters were competi ...

Roseville deli owners compete to open spot at new Kings Arena

Better Foods Deli in Roseville has been serving handcrafted sandwiches and salads for the past 44 years, and the family that owns it is aiming at a second location connected to the ...

Roseville City Council approves arts, entertainment strategic plan

The Roseville City Council approved Wednesday a plan involving 11 strategies over the next several years to develop the local cultural arts and entertainment scene. City staff wor ...

Granite Bay woman opens her home, heart to others

Imagine a group of Maidu women, indigenous to the hills of what is now Granite Bay, huddled over a large rock and fiercely grinding acorns with their own powerful hands, while talk ...

Back and Forth: Butov talks dance

Vladimir Butov moved to the United States when he was 10 years old, where his love of dance came alive almost instantaneously. Today, the Granite Bay resident is a dance instructo ...

Day Tripper: Enter the rose kaleidoscope of Sacramento’s Old City Cemetery

The Old City Cemetery in Sacramento has steadily morphed into one of California’s most intriguing collections of roses from around the world. First plotted in 1849, the cemet ...

Jim Martinez Jazz Quartet to play show at Jessup

Noted jazz pianist Jim Martinez will head up a special show entitled “Praise Him with Jazz” at William Jessup University on May 14 at 7 p.m. Martinez is an internation ...

Granite Bay social group enjoys films together

Film has long been a cultural influence in American society, as movies have the power to transport our imaginations into a world of fictional serenity. In some countries cinema ru ...

Full Funky Fortitude: Some gorillas never stop the beat

They walked through the tunneled doorway, passing a kitsch life-sized statue of Captain Morgan who looks like he’s taunting them. The crowd’s mustering. The stage is bi ...

The shade of purple still lingers in Roseville

A Sounds and Lights column.   With most of the legal hurdles out of the way for a new Sacramento Kings Arena to be gleaming within the city’s skyline, some Roseville f ...