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Sacramento Guitar Society's Holiday Concert

Sacramento Guitar Society's Holiday Concert
Sacramento Guitar Society's Holiday Concert
12-21-2014 - 12-21-2014
Sacramento Guitar Society
http://www.sacramentoguitarsociety.org/Calendar.html
Admission: Free *Donations are greatly appreciated and will help cover rent and insurance
 
(916) 294-0400
daniel@danielguitar.com
 
Start Time(s): Sun 3pm-5pm
The Sacramento Guitar Society's Orchestra (SGSO) Holiday Concert, 
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Kings Slip to Bucks in Boogie’s Return

Kings Slip to Bucks in Boogie’s Return

After missing 10-consecutive games while battling viral meningitis, Cousins returned with a vengeance on Thursday night in Sacramento... Read More

Sacramento apartment fire under investigation


A fire at a Sacramento apartment complex destroyed one unit and damaged several others Saturday afternoon.

The fire started around 12:30 p.m. at the complex on 950 Eleanor Avenue, Sacramento Fire Department spokesperson Roberto Padilla said.

Sacramento lawyer recovering after brutal beating in New Orleans


A longtime Sacramento lawyer is recovering after he was brutally beaten in New Orleans last week.

Bill Callaham was in New Orleans to speak at a legal conference, which he's done many times before. So, it wasn't out of the ordinary for him to go out on his own in the French Quarter. As he was walking back to his hotel early Friday morning, three men attacked him.

"They came on the sidewalk behind me and one of them said something. I don't even have memory of what he said, some comment," Callaham recalled.

That's Callaham's last memory of the incident before he came to.

"I was staggering, bleeding profusely from the face," Callaham explained. "All down in front of me everywhere."

He attempted to walk when two women in a car drove up.

Rain topples trees, snarls traffic again


SACRAMENTO - Another day of steady rain sent rivers rising, commuters slowing and trees falling.

Rain soaking into already wet ground send trees toppling, like an old eucalyptus tree at Broadway and 1st Street that crashed down on a power line.

"We're getting to a point where things are kind of saturated and trees are starting to uproot by themselves," said Andy Lung with Trees Inc., which subcontracts with Sacramento Municipal Utilities District.

The tree nearly hit several cars parked in the News10 parking lot on Broadway.

"If you have a concern about a tree around power lines, always give SMUD a call," Lung said. "We're always happy to come out and take a look at it and see what we can do for you."

Tell Your Story Through Videos Workshop

Tell Your Story Through Videos Workshop
Tell Your Story Through Videos Workshop
12-19-2014 - 12-19-2014
Nonprofit Resource Center
http://www.nprcenter.org/tellyourstory_afternoon-dec2014
Admission: General $25 Nonprofit Resource Center memebers Free
 
(916) 285-1840
info@nprcenter.org
https://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/nprc/eventRegistration.jsp?event=2093&
Start Time(s): Fri 1pm-3pm
You know what your organization’s inspiring stories are, but to be sustainable and successful the community needs to understand the impact of your services. Videos are one of the quickest and most effective ways to showcase your organization and its programs 
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Burglary call leads Sacramento cops to accusations of sexual assault


A report about shoplifting Wednesday led Sacramento police to arrest a man who has been accused of inappropriately touching women in a store.

The incident occurred in the 6500 block of 4th Avenue just before 5 p.m. Officer Doug Morse said officers went to the business to find the suspected shoplifter being detained by store security. During questioning, officers found out the man had allegedly sexually assaulted several women in the store.

Morse said the man was arrested on numerous sexual battery and theft charges. He was booked into Sacramento County Jail.

The suspect's name had not been released as of this writing.