The American River Current

Lea Michele’s debut holiday album transports listeners to a NYC Christmas

Lea Michele releases her first holiday album

Ariel Caspar

November 26, 2019

Lea Michele is best known for her role as Rachel Berry on the Emmy award winning hit musical comedy “Glee,” which debuted in 2009. The show placed a spotlight on Michele and launched her as an internationally known actress and singer.  Fans would call her a power-house vocalist and accomplished Broa...

The ‘Giving Season’ should be year-round

(Graph by Brienna Edwards)

Brienna Edwards

December 5, 2017

The leaves begin to fall from their posts on the branches of the many trees that surround Sacramento, littering the ground with a plethora of color. The air becomes crisp, chilling the noses of the pedestrians shuffling to their next destination. Street corners and grocery store fronts will soon be patrolled b...

ARC, community bands join for holiday concert

Members of the American River College Concert Band perform 'Alleluia! Laudamus Te!' by the neoclassical American composer Alfred Reed at the Holiday Solstice concert Monday. (Photo by John Ferranini)

John Ferrannini

December 8, 2015

Two American River College bands joined together with the Capitol City Community Band (CCCB) at the Holiday Solstice concert in ARC’s main theater late Monday. Ron Wainwright is the conductor of the CCCB, which was invited by Susan Hamre, the conductor of the two ARC bands that performed. The...

Orchestra performed variety of holiday music

The violin section of the American River College orchestra performs a song for a winter concert. The concert was held on Dec. 2. (Photo by Michael Pacheco)

Michael Pacheco

December 7, 2015

An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified principal violinist Jun Zhu as the performer of the fiddle solo in "Fiddle-Faddle" when the solo was actually performed by ARC Orchestra's concertmaster Bolormaa Damdinjav. The American River College orchestra performed a variety of holiday ...

Winter Sale at ARC offers gift ideas for Christmas

Various trinkets on display for a winter sale at American River College. The sale takes place  Dec. 1 through Dec. 3. (Photo by Michael Pacheco)

Mychael Jones

December 2, 2015

Jewelry and other hand-carved designs are among several items being sold at the Winter Gift Market at the American River College Student Center until 7 p.m. on Thursday. Vendors invited by the Center for Leadership and Development had the chance to showcase and sell their items to students and f...

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