Archive of: Profiles, Q&A

Title Issue
True Blue

True Blue

If Sacramento is the River City, then Gregory Kondos has been its most faithful champion. Long celebrated for his local landscapes that employ virtually every shade of blue in the spectrum, the soon-to-be 90-year-old painter is about to get the birthday present of a lifetime—his first solo show at the Crocker in 20 years. Blue skies are here again.

February-March 2013
Lester Holt Q&A

Lester Holt Q&A

October-November 2012
Dancing King

Dancing King

He was a principal dancer for the Boston Ballet, he choreographed the first American ballet in China, and he has performed with the legendary Rudolf Nureyev. On the verge of his 25th anniversary at the helm of the Sacramento Ballet, Ron Cunningham has his own Cinderella story to tell.

October-November 2012
Foxy Lady

Foxy Lady

Sacramento singer-songwriter Andy Allo may have gotten her start at an open mic night at Fox & Goose, but after a year touring the world with Prince, she has a new album (produced by Prince) and a solo tour on the way (on which Prince may join her).

August-September 2012
The Naked Eye

The Naked Eye

June-July 2012
LeVar Burton Q&A

LeVar Burton Q&A

February-March 2012
Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody

February-March 2012
The Future’s So Bright

The Future’s So Bright

December-January 2012
Where She Was From

Where She Was From

On the eve of her 77th birthday, Sacramento’s native daughter Joan Didion reflects on the untimely deaths of her husband and daughter, the difficulty of parenting, and why, as a teenager, she really wanted a job at the California State Fair.

December-January 2012
Board Chair of the California Museum Dina Eastwood

Board Chair of the California Museum Dina Eastwood

December-January 2012
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