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200 Breast Cancer Survivors Needed - Sacramento King's Preseason Game!

200 Breast Cancer Survivors Needed - Sacramento King's Preseason Game!

200 Breast Cancer Survivors Needed!

EVENT:  Sacramento Kings Breast Cancer Awareness Night

 

“Pink in the Paint”

 

DATE:  Tuesday, October 7

 

WHERE:  Sleep Train Arena

 

TIME:  5 P.M.

 

Albie Aware is the beneficiary of the Sacramento Kings Breast Cancer Awareness night called, “Pink in the Paint.”

Albie Aware needs YOU to participate - performing a synchronized human pink ribbon during halftime!  As 200 breast cancer survivors will participate, this promises to be a memorable and dynamic experience.

 

To participate

 

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TBD Fest brings celebration, noise complaints


WEST SACRAMENTO- Thousands of people have turned out for TBD fest in West Sacramento. The 3-day event is being held beside Raley Field along the River Walk Park. It features art, culture, and lots of music — about 75 bands on 3 stages. It includes emerging and iconic artists like Moby and Blondie. Other fan favorites include Justice and Empire of the Sun.

As much as music lovers enjoyed TBD Fest, some say it might be too much of a good thing. Miles away, people say the noise is keeping them up late into the night. Samantha Walker lives two miles away from Raley Field.

"It's like through my walls. Boom. Boom. Boom," said Walker.

Walker says she loves concerts. She loves live music and the arts. But she feels that the noise is out of control.

City of West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon Receives National Award

City of West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon Receives National Award

When the US Conference of Mayors (USCM) gathered in Dallas for the 82nd year in June, the City of West Sacramento’s Universal Preschool program, UP4WS (Up for West Sacramento) emerged as the mayors’ choice for the 2014 City Livability Award for cities with a population of under 100,000.  The prestigious honor brought Sacramento Mayor, and USCM President, Kevin Johnson to the West Sacramento City Hall Galleria, Sept. 29, to present the award to Mayor Christopher Cabaldon. The award, sponsored by Waste Management, Inc. and the USCM, recognizes mayoral leadership in developing and implementing innovative programs that improve the quality of life in American cities. UP4WS was selected for this award by a group of former mayors from a field of over 200 applicants... Read More

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'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10's Keba Arnold and Tim Daly will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, October 3.

Voting began on-air Friday morning September 26 and ended Tuesday September 30 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday October 1 on News10 Mornings.

This week's picks were in Stockton and they were:

Bobs at the Marina

V103 Rockfest Set for Saturday October 4th at Rio Ramaza Marina

V103 Rockfest Set for Saturday October 4th at Rio Ramaza Marina

Hundreds of rock fans will converge on Rio Ramaza Marina in Sacramento this Saturday for the V103 Rockfest, featuring local, regional and nationally know acts.  Seventeen bands on 2 stages will kick off the event at noon, which will culminate with headliner, Alien Ant Farm. Its an epic day of music planned just for you. This is an event for fans of all ages as a Kids Zone and "Stairway to Stardom" area will be set up and ready to receive even the youngest rockers. No need to go hungry either! With plenty of food/drink vendors and a warm Fall day, rock fans must not miss this early Autumn blast of the best Sacramento has to offer.  Tickets are 20 dollars pre-sale and 25 on the day of the show: http://www.v103rockfest.com/tickets.php    Come party with us on the 4th!

Sacramento Museums Fall for Halloween & Harvest Fun in October

Sacramento Museums Fall for Halloween & Harvest Fun in October

In addition to its fascinating Gold Rush past, the Sacramento area is rich with an amazing array of state-of-the-art museums and historic sites that offer visitors the chance to explore California’s fine art, history, science, and wildlife treasures all year long.  In October, many of the 30 members of Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM) are offering fun Halloween and harvest-related events and activities sure to get guests in a festive spirit, including:

 

“Going Batty” at the Discovery Museum Science & Space Center -- October 4 & 5