Sneak peek: The California Museum presents a new exhibit featuring rare artifacts from Hollywood’s Golden Age
Update: To correspond with the exhibit, the California Musuem and the Film Noir Foundation will host the Light & Noir Film Festival at the Crest Theatre on Saturday, July 22, from 5-9:30 p.m., featuring screenings of Double Indemnity (at 5 p.m.) and Sunset Boulevard (at 7:30 p.m.), along with a Q&A session with Film Noir Foundation founder Eddie Muller, a 1940s and '50s costume contest, and cocktails from Empress Tavern. Tickets are $10 for each showing or $25 for a film and museum exhibit pass. For more information, visit californiamuseum.org. The following weekend, the Crest will also be screening Casablanca on July 29 at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, go to crestsacramento.com. The California Museum is mounting a new exhibit that explores Hollywood’s Golden Age and...
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Pizza, churros and milkshakes, anyone? The Downtown Sacramento Partnership has announced the 10 business ideas that are up for the opportunity to become a part of Sacramento’s burgeoning downtown scene in the fifth annual Calling All Dreamers competition. The proposed businesses include five retail establishments: a fashion hub and design workshop called The showRHoom from Project Runway alum Richard Hallmarq that will feature trends from local designers; Miscellaneous, a concept shop with items from various purveyors; The Modern Doll Museum, which will showcase the craft of doll making; The Kitchen Table, a boutique that will carry locally made kitchen tools; and Vity, named after the all-natural skin-care line it will carry. Several other contestants have based their...
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