Downtown Commons (Sacramento, CA)
By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
As luck would have it, or perhaps we should call it fate, we did not get to see The Man Who Killed Don Quixote at the DoCo theater in Sacramento last night. This is a movie that took Terry Gilliam (Monty Python) 30 years to produce. While filming on set, there were wars and floods going on that prevented finishing the picture. Well known actors, including Johnny Depp, came and went. Finally, Gilliam finished the film, but he could not find financial support to release the film. Somehow, he got a promotion to show the film one night only nationwide. Last night at 7 PM. Starring Adam Driver.My husband was intent on viewing this movie. Why do I want to go, I asked? To see a movie by a person I don't particularly enjoy (not a big Monty Python fan like he), about a person I don't give a crap...
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By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
 Hands down, my favorite place in Sacramento to see a show is the Crest Theatre. I like the fact it's a mile or so from my house, too, and parking is located nearby in a garage. It's very convenient. The theatre itself is gorgeous, originally constructed in 1912 and renovated. It has a glamorous 1940's feel to it. Ornate.  A major factor is its size. You can see a show up-close and personal, and if you're fast enough ordering tickets online, you can even score front row seats. Not having to rush the stage and stand on top of the chairs is a nice feeling when you are in your mid 60's and recalling shows from the '60s. You can read more in my personal blog today and see more photographs at this link: An Evening With Cindy Lee Berryhill and 10,000 Maniacs at Crest Theatre.
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By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
The heat in the Sacramento downtown real estate market is burning red hot. You can feel it in the air and see it with your eyes. Buildings going up all around you. It's exciting. It's like we've been drugged and asleep for a decade and we are just now waking up our Rip Van Winkle selves.  One of the most thrilling new developments to ever hit downtown Sacramento are the upscale, luxury condos coming to Downtown Commons by the Golden 1 Center. Do you know Sawyer residents at what the Sacramento Kings' developers are calling an "urban resort" will have private tunnel access to the Golden 1 Center and VIP ticket options to all Kings games and arena events?  After our personal tour of The Residences at the Sawyer, the promoters made us promise not to write about it until after April 11th. Y...
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