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Natasha Made It into the Sacramento Bee

One of the Sac Bee’s three to see this weekend:

Sacramento-raised Natasha Kmeto discovered, while at music school in Los Angeles, that composing on piano just didn’t cut it.

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New Access Sacramento Page on Sacbee.com and Dumbworld’s New Cable Access Show, Chinese Math

Access Sacramento, Sacramento’s local cable access programmer has a new page on Sacbee.com

And speaking of cable access, Dumbworld is  hard at work on our new show, Chinese Math.  Expect more info next month.

Cinco de Mayo Street Celebration in Sacramento

One of Dumbworld’s  favorite holidays has to be Cinco de Mayo.  Not much compares to sitting on Ernesto’s patio with a pitcher of top-shelf margaritas.  The Bee’s Bob Shallit has details on the city’s plans for a Cinco de Mayo celebration.

First it was a street closure for a New Year’s Eve ball drop in downtown Sacramento.

Last month, another street was blocked off for a St. Paddy’s Day party.

Next up: a Cinco de Mayo celebration that will shut down parts of two midtown blocks for an outdoor party.

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How to Carve a Turkey. . .

. . . and learn about the most flavorful part of the bird (the oyster). . . who knew– with Executive Chef Shawn Menard from the restaurant Chops- video here

2008 A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival

I am an Access Sacramento alum (man that seems like a lifetime ago– your boy is getting long in the tooth), so I should point out that A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival is going down on October 5, 2008 at 1pm at the Crest Theatre.  It is a unique film festival, and here is a write up on it from the Sacramento Bee.